Monday, January 15, 2018

January 2018 Ratings

5★ & 4★ Stories: 15; Time & Words: ⌚8h:57m 💬161.2K
Recommended By Stories: 44; Time & Words: ⌚21h 💬379.2K
Total Stories: 63; Time & Words: ⌚26h 💬483K
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4 comments (may contain spoilers):

  1. We deleted a comment because we don't allow people to promote their work here. We didn't mark it "spam" because we recognized the poster and we do welcome his/her comments on stories.

  2. Hmmm... both of Gunn's older "short stories" (fulls chapters of his novel, part 1 of 3) are marked "Needs Improvement." Makes no sense to me.

    1. It means I found them both unpleasant to read for reasons described in the reviews. Did you like these stories? What appealed to you about them?

    2. Stories were excellent -- the two you didn't like are merely chapters of the first novel. The two stories added GREAT depth to the characters described.