|Reviews for Just Sammy|
| TheGirlWhoLovesStories 2/22/13 . chapter 10
Ok so I know this story has so many storylines crammed into it but I wrote this when I was 10 years old and really wanted to get it out there with no edits! xx
| BlackStone798 1/18/13 . chapter 10
good story, but its kind of all over the place a little... you should try write all your ideas down somewhere and then separate them into different stories instead of trying to put them all into one. The length of each chapter's a bit short and again everything is stuffed into about 50 words for each part. maybe consider a beta reader to make it more detailed but with the same plot would be good.
I'd love to help out with this if you want. Don't make me sound like some amazing writer here, cause believe me i'm not, and i can see how you've made little mistakes that many (including me) have made that need just a few tweaks to.
But on the other hand, I really like where this story is going, how shes turned into a dog and everything. Good job and please let me know if you'd be interested in letting me help you with it, thanks.
| witchcat 8/25/12 . chapter 1
You really need to fix the grammar problems in this. Also, the summary doesn't make sense. So she finds a genie's lamp, turns into a dog...and then her parents end up on a deserted island...with her crush, but then she goes to rescue a witch?
...Wait a second here. If she was two years old when her mother died, and that was four years ago, that would make her six, not ten. You can't even count correctly? How old ARE you?
| Justrockzyxxx 8/19/12 . chapter 3
Brilliant story overall! A bit of a slow start but once it got onto Chapter 2 it was in full flow. A couple of spelling mistakes but i love the characters and descriptions f everything. Well Done!
| Mia 7/28/12 . chapter 2
I like this one far much more than the 'Shrinking Problem' keep up the good work!
| Guest 7/5/12 . chapter 1
You need to fix this. I didn't even bother reading the story due to how terrible the grammar was. Just using Word's reviewing tool would fix this to relatively decent levels.