Yes – this is what I would call potential. Expression of pure emotions, in an acceptable authentic manner and wrapped in a real story even though the subject isn’t new. Thanks for this type of wording and for the mature style. It’s a relief compared to other stuff which can be found here!
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This is SUCH a beautiful story, Beth. Vivid, poignant, real... I'm at a loss for words.
When I was in my teens, a friend's mom died of that same disease. It's terrible.
This is literally one of the best stories I've ever read on this site. Seriously.
What is it about your stories exactly that makes reading them so effortless and pleasurable, Beth? It's what's in all our writers' hearts and aspirations, only you have it naturally, and we must strive and only hope.
Anna was truly poetic in its way. I was drawn to her immediately, and so glad to have met her again afterward.
You are truly an artist with words. On a scale of one to ten...One Hundred.
I love it. You capture the essence of this terrible illness into a relationship with Anna and Ezra. The relationship lives deeply within your characters;traveling in and out of a dream, you do it well- a difficult task and told from a POV, just right, but clearly as difficult. Thanks for the wonderful read.