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Hulloooooo! Nice to see you. I'm finally updating my about me section! Or I would be if I knew what to write here...

I love reading and writing! I also really like talking to all my fellow writers. If you'd like me to look over your story, go ahead and let me know and I'll give you a critique. NOT a mean one. I always try to be positive and kind, but also honest.

Thank you to everyone who reads my stories, it seriously means a lot to me. Please leave me comments and let me know what you think of them!

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2 Published Works

Featured work.

Imalroc

Social data: 1.6K reads. 131 votes. 27 comments.

Description: In the brutal world of battleboxing, Imalroc sacrificed years to become an unbeatable champion. But his will to fight vanishes when he learns that he will never earn his freedom from the deadly sport, and he begins his own private rebellion against...

Mature

Other Works by smaoineamh.
Beginnings

Beginnings

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Brendan Connolly seems to have a great life...except he's lost interest in it completely. Bored and lone...

Completed
ktomas12345 posted a message to smaoineamh
I loved your book, Beginnings. It was one of the best books I have ever read on Wattpad. I was wondering if you could check out my book, Interheart, and give me some honest feedback It would mean a lot to me even though I understand if you do not have time or don't want to.
smaoineamh commented on Mactation - Prologue


smaoineamh
I like historical fiction a lot, but it's a very tricky genre to do well since it involves a lot of research. You have a really good start with this prologue! I especially liked the way you gave us a glimpse into the queen's internal struggle, even as we saw how icy and dangerous she can come across to others.  I enjoyed that you plunged right into a high-stakes  plot, but I think it'd be good to lay the setting out just a little bit more.  There's so much you can draw on in order to make a reader feel like they're immersed in a different time period. My other main suggestion is to do a quick edit, like reading your chapter out loud to yourself. This always helps me catch small mistakes in my writing. There were a few grammar and word choice errors  that distracted me from the flow of the story. Someone who is willing to line edit for you could also help you out with catching those little things. Overall, this seems like a good prologue that will leave readers eager to move on to future chapters!