|Reviews for Working An Audience In Less Than Ten Seconds|
| Lollipop eater chapter 1 . 3/16
Yeah, sex sells. Sometimes love too. Especially when teenage girls mistake almost-rape and sexual abuse for love. Guys who can't take no for an answer are sooo sexy! I'm not really staying close to your text's subject. I'm just so frustrated. I just read a story with a good introduction. The story itself sucked. 0.2 of the stories I read are good. Sigh. At least FictionPress have fewer sex-slave-to-one-direction things than Wattpad.
Have you read the description to "(stuck) Between two walls"? (Not sure if it should have a "stuck" there) Do it. It should go something like this: "Chocolate colored orbs. They made me feel so safe. Like a baby in its crib. I turned around. Kaleidoscope. They made the desire in me burrrrrn. It was so hot. Then I realized that I was stuck between two walls". It will make you cringe.
| NadeshikoLove1224 chapter 1 . 3/27/2013
I really like your advice. In FF, especially on the fandom I usually go on, I've seen stories that have so much reviews and when I read some of them don't really add up in terms of content (one of the high reviewed had inconsistency about lung cancer) but I know the reason why they got so many reviews because they featured the most popular couple in an AU setting (the cash cow on the fandom.) thanks for your insight.
| ImmanenceEnsured chapter 1 . 12/21/2012
Very interesting how you put those examples next to each other. I like that you really put a lot of thought in what you write
| surelynot chapter 1 . 6/13/2012
A very good point and something to think about. Well done.
| silly goose chapter 1 . 6/10/2012
This essay will probably help someone. Researching what factors are likely to make a story popular and presenting them to the public is something I can respect. Good advice. Have a great day.