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AlexThomas

Name Alex Thomas
Location The Button Capital, Massachusetts
Member Since Sep 02, 2010
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Fortunately or unfortunately, I'm a teenager, bibliophile, and candy addict. In addition to writing, I also draw in blue pen and paint in water colors. At school, I take too many hard classes and act in the improv comedy troupe. I've been told that my handwriting is too small and my sweater collection is too large.
I love critiquing, and good books are hard to find, so recommend some. But, please be sincere, use my name, maybe drop a comment, and restrict all recommendations to my message board or inbox. Thanks.
Warning: The following works are first drafts and may contain traces of bad grammar, misspelled words, plot holes, or peanuts.
If I don't have enough for you, check out the rad books in my library.
Long live the Oxford comma.

Works

Earthrumbler

Earthrumbler

26 parts / 86 pages, updated Jan 04, 2014PG-13PicturesCompleted
Book two of the Sleepwalker trilogy. It's been months since I've seen my mother. And despite her warning, no other gods know of my existence. On the day of my father's weddin... read more
11,985 reads votes 559 comments 93
How to Grow Up: A Collection of Young Adult Stories

How to Grow Up: A Collection of Young Adult Stories

2 parts / 7 pages, updated Aug 07, 2013PGCompleted
How do we become who we were always meant to be, and gain courage to separate ourselves from those around us? How do we admit who we really are without losing those who brought us there? Most importantly, how do we become adults?
625 reads votes 16 comments 13
Cor Hominis

Cor Hominis

1 page, updated Jun 21, 2012PGCompleted
"The Heart of Man" The body is a vessel, a simple tether to what truly defines a person: a soul.
157 reads votes 15 comments 1
Sleepwalker

Sleepwalker

37 parts / 125 pages, updated Mar 30, 2012PG-13PicturesCompleted
Book one of the Sleepwalker trilogy. I'd spent my entire life without a mother. But, when professors come to my father's inn, a cloaked figure known only as Sleepwalker begins ... read more
71,367 reads votes 1,530 comments 233
How To Write An Author's Note

How To Write An Author's Note

1 page, updated Mar 11, 2011GCompleted
It's actually quite simple.
4,447 reads votes 51 comments 21

My Library


The Quintessence of Dust
983 reads

Hold Your Color
1,148 reads

Etta
26,140 reads

Moon Guardian
14,211 reads
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Your writing style is good. You don't use inflated language, which helps the reader envision the scene, and you vary your diction, which helps the...
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I've waited to comment on the last chapter. Sorry I haven't before. I'll start with this: I liked The Necromancer's Secret, but The Imperi's...
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This book blew me away. It had so many good build ups and action scenes. You were able to pace it well with quick scenes. I felt hands clawing at...
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For the amount that I enjoy your books, I definitely don't comment enough. I usually try to offer a bit of criticism in my comments, but I find...
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