|Reviews for Monday Night MurdersMyteries|
| Revamp 4/30/13 . chapter 2
This chapter seemed a little rushed towards the end but not bad. I would like more background on some of these lovely characters to provide deeper characterization. I love your murder mysteries very nice detective story so far.
| Revamp 4/30/13 . chapter 1
I love murder mysteries si your ability to tell them accurately from start to finish amazing. I see that you're using familiar characters as well.
| Anihyr Moonstar 10/9/12 . chapter 1
I like that you're able to tell a concise tale beginning to end in a single chapter. You have a clear opening, build-up of plot, and conclusion all worked into a very small package, something I struggle with accomplishing myself, so it's impressive and a very quick read.
I do feel that despite getting where you were going, the pace was very rushed and the plot a little thin to boot. Because there was little time to build up the characters or weave in more detail, the dialogue fell flat and it felt stiff around the edges to me.
| Isis 47 5/27/12 . chapter 1
I definitely like the story plot . . . The only thing I have a problem with is punctuation. Like, right before you have a person say something, you're supposed to have a comma.
ex.: he said, "Then why did you accuse her of doing it?"
And, I hope this helps, when you're having a conversation between two people, you don't use their names. You leave one name before the fist sentence, and then let them talk.
Between three people: you leave one name first, make it clear who they're addressing the sentence to, and use the same idea with two people. Give the name of the third person only when they speak, like: Mrs. Rewaine interrupted, "yadayadayada."
I'm sorry, but I have issues with grammar and punctuation. By the way, Pinocchio's coming up very soon. It's just a matter of days, and will possibly be up by tonight. If not, then sometime between tomorrow and Wednesday.
| Rogue Energizer Bunny 5/12/12 . chapter 1
Interesting twist. Might be more effective if you added more characterization, so that readers could become more involved with the conflict. There's a couple places that need commas, like where you introduce a quotation: "Ronald said 'I am sorry..' " should be: "Ronald said, 'I am sorry...' ". This'll help organize the sentences and such. Makes it easier to read. Good plot, nice job. I'll read more later.
| Marla's Found 3/15/12 . chapter 1
Mrs. Rewaine said " Oh no, no I had just finished a fight with him and he stormed out of the house fuming mad and I should have went after him but I didn't kill him."
John Clark said "I know you didn't kill him but does anyone else live with you?" ****Hold the phone, how does Mr. Clark deduce the wife was not the killer and do it so quickly?
John Clark said "Mrs. Rewaine and Mr. Ronithe you are under arrest for the murder of Mr. Rewaine and anything you say can be sued against you in the court of law." The two were convicted of murder and Caitlyn was released. ****well that summed it up very fast! Maybe a little more detail how John Clark came to his conclusions but overall it was a nice read.