|Reviews for A Dramatic Monologue|
| D.C. Anilai chapter 1 . 9/28/2012
I must say: very interesting.
I found this while looking for monologues a friend of mine could use in forensics (speech and debate: college level) and I like this very much. I understand it as a one shot- just a short snippet into your life, but it still gives the impression of being something more, something more amazing than it is already.
I thank you for having this on here, even if I don't normally come over to fiction press to read.
| Erin Rosamond Black chapter 1 . 6/23/2011
Magnificently written. The closing line was perfection. I have to say it - I'm envious of your talent, and your gift with omelet metaphors, and I think this was perfectly executed, funny and original. Very well done, mon ami. :) And yes, the smiley is absolutely necessary. Aren't they always? Ah, the world would be a poorer place without smilies. I'm going to stop talking now before your brain explodes. Pip pip.
| Kristina Suko chapter 1 . 10/2/2010
Best autobiographical piece I've read to date. It made me laugh. Well done.
| HitchSlap chapter 1 . 7/28/2010
You clever, cheeky bastard. Of course you'd pull a stunt like this.
Not only was this an exceptional piece-and I'm sure you nailed an A on it-but you also inspired me to get something written, while I have 2 weeks of vacation left.
I also like the fact that you're a Lovecraft & Byron fan. Definitely two incredible writers.
PS. You know, you're really getting good at this writing thing. Seriously. Every time I read one of your pieces, it's so polished and well-crafted that I hope you're thinking of making a living out of this. Somehow. :p
| dontneedyou chapter 1 . 4/28/2010
Wow, very effective, I believe. It's like how I feel, put into words. This is very, very good. Well written, too. Just the way you described everything and the style you managed to portray it in; magnificent. By the way, I checked out some of your music. You guys are pretty damn good.
| F Persona chapter 1 . 4/17/2010
A very simple story but effective. I like how you personified the computer. Very easy to read and understand the casual, and easy tone. It was a little easy to see where you were going at the, but thats not a particularly bad thing. I sometimes find myself in similar sitautions. An intresting read.