Life As We Don't Know It (An Anthology)

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Dramatism By Dramatism Updated 3 years ago
This story is an anthology.  And though it is an anthology, it doesn't mean that I'll get done with each story in one chapter.  Oh no- most have multiple parts.
    
    Something surreal and impossible will happen to each main character for these stories. If something is not answered, then you'll find out what happened for my last short story, which will wrap it up. I don't know how many I'll do for this series, but we'll find out!
    
      Also, I was inspired from the creepy- yet blood free- atmosphere of The Twilight Zone to write this.  Each story will take place in modern reality.
    
    The short stories~
    
    The Hooded Man
    
    One day, strange things start happening to a woman.  A strange scratching in her head.  'Misplacing things randomly'.  And then, of course- there are the dreams of him.  The Hooded Man.  He shows up in every one of her dreams and makes her spine crawl.  One day she becomes hysterical when her husband suddenly disappears and... something very weird, and very strange happens to her- and death has nothing to do with it.
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (:
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (:
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (:
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (:
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (:
Your paragraphs are very lengthy, too lengthy, so I suggest you separate most of them into smaller paragraphs so it's neater and doesn't overwhelm the readers so much. Some of your descriptions are good, however you tell the readers a lot; try showing the readers what's happening with vivid details, it will draw them in more, and have them feel like they're actually part of the story - in the story. What dialogue you did have was realistic, and the ending was suspenseful - although the 'scratch.....scratch...scratch...' etc was a little unnecessary, I think just two or three would suffice. Keep on writing (: