Starting Over

3 Part Story 506 Reads 20 Votes
Katie BreAnne By psht_itskatienbreX3 Updated 4 years ago
Jezzabell Blue. She was always an outcast. Usually when you have zero friends and everybody hates you, even you start to wish you had a chance to start over…well what happens when you do? Highland High. New school, new people, but most importantly; new Jezzabell. No more being a complete outcast lucky for her it’s really easy, until her past catches up with her. Who knew starting over could be so complicated…
Again, I like your protagonist. For future chapters, I'd suggest looking out for overuse of adverbs. It didn't happen enough here that it's unforgivable, but I'd hate to see it go that way. I also appreciate that you didn't make the mistake with your dialogue that many novice writers make by using said tags after every line. Good job. I voted. 
Again, I like your protagonist. For future chapters, I'd suggest looking out for overuse of adverbs. It didn't happen enough here that it's unforgivable, but I'd hate to see it go that way. I also appreciate that you didn't make the mistake with your dialogue that many novice writers make by using said tags after every line. Good job. I voted. 
Again, I like your protagonist. For future chapters, I'd suggest looking out for overuse of adverbs. It didn't happen enough here that it's unforgivable, but I'd hate to see it go that way. I also appreciate that you didn't make the mistake with your dialogue that many novice writers make by using said tags after every line. Good job. I voted. 
Again, I like your protagonist. For future chapters, I'd suggest looking out for overuse of adverbs. It didn't happen enough here that it's unforgivable, but I'd hate to see it go that way. I also appreciate that you didn't make the mistake with your dialogue that many novice writers make by using said tags after every line. Good job. I voted.