|Reviews for Holiday|
| Ministry Agent chapter 1 . 12/27/2002
Although All Hallow's Eve is a Scots'/Celtic ceremony that dates back to the darkest ages of the Roman invasion of Britain, I hate much that it stands for.
Apart from that, I believe Hallow's Eve is just as much a consumerism paradise as Christmas (which I think, is what you're getting at here). How many sweets and sugar-things, confectionaries and toys are sold to people who don't want their car's tyres let down or their houses pelted with eggs (Do Americans do that)?
Well, whatever floats your boat, Negative-Z. Beelzebub or Father Christmas? Unsoiled snow purity or crimson-hued night? Burning wickermen or bedecked tree?
I suppose it depends on the state of your sanity, eh?
| the masked speller chapter 1 . 12/26/2002
Well I'll be a monkey's left thumb...
there aren't any misspellings here.
Just like there weren't any the first
3 times the author used a spellcheck on t
Maybe some diction here or there, and
goodness knows he likes to invent new
words, but dag nabbit he knows how to
click that cheatin icon after all.
Thank gawd alrighty.
| Literary Eagle chapter 1 . 12/26/2002
Hey, you managed to make Halloween sound cooler than Christmas! How dare you? _~ Seriously though, I really liked the writing style you used here. It was so wonderfully brazen! It could have used a spellchecker, but other than that, I enjoyed it very much.
| The Entry Plug chapter 1 . 12/25/2002
Hey, not bad. It was filled with quite a bit of animal emotion, I like that. I can tell that you must have wrote all of this in one intense sitting where you just simply tranced and the words came to you. I like the brevity and somewhat jarring and incohesiveness of this piece, but it suffers from a few spelling errors here and there.
Interesting that you'd upload a story about Halloween at this time. Unless of course, you're drawing at subtleties and mirror relations, in which I have to say I agree with one review you made - you are a humbug. _
Have a good one, Z. Keep at it.