Comments from BlackRonin

Date Story title Comment
2011-09-13 03:40:12 Midsummer's Eve, First Kiss. Well, they're not really Wiccans, that's just the character's misinterpretation of what he's seeing. What's going on is much older than any word that human religions have.

I'm sorry you didn't like the characters, but they're supposed to be amoral and impulsive, like nature. Thanks for the feedback, whoever you are, and thanks for reading.
2011-09-14 06:30:17 The Storm This is not bad, though as some people have already mentioned it ends at the WORST possible time (I'm aware there are more chapters though).

Your prose flows surprisingly well, and to be honest at times it's so lyrical (in a coarse way, naturally) that it becomes a bit intimidating. The flashback subplot about obsession was good enough that it probably should have been a story in itself.

Your main problem, I think, is structure; you have an ENORMOUS info dump here, and it's not pretty. Granted, there's really no good way to deal with exposition on this scale, but you really want to at least break this up a bit.

The story also occasionally suffers from a lack of clarity of tone; comparing a character's cock to an M16 is, from a certain point of view, a hilarious and pointed deconstruction of Freudian imagery in pop culture. But it's a little hard to tell if that was intentional or if the image was meant to be played straight.

You have the makings of a hell of thing here. Ke
2011-10-02 04:50:32 One Special Day. CAW-8 This is not bad, but it feels too brief and the style is somewhat jittery and fragmented.
2011-10-02 05:01:56 Mom's Second Husband The frame story of an anecdote amongst a group of friends is a classic device to provide context, and it's put to good use here. The body of the story exercises a dynamic but minimalist style which is engaging. I'm not sure I like the ending though, as it feels heavy-handed.
2011-10-02 06:20:29 Hardcore Porno: a Now That's Fucking Hardcore! story This has a polished quality, and the prose is very measured and controlled. There's genuine tension leading up to the scene, and the narrative voice feels natural and engaging. The plot's a little formulaic, but that's not always such a bad thing, since formulas became formula because they were good to begin with.