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*I take reading requests, but I ask that you message them and not post links on my profile*
Hi! 24 years old and the name's Ismael, but most people call me Iz. Nice to meet you!
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me a message! I'll be more than happy to help :) Need help with your stories? You can message me about that too!
But I have one rule - I ask that you *do not* message me if all you're looking for is another possible vote for your story. I give critiques to the best of my ability, and I don't appreciate it when people only care about a vote and don't take what I wrote into consideration.
I like reading dark stuff, but I enjoy something light every now and then.
I don't always follow back, but if you're a dedicated reader or if you talk to me on a regular basis... :D
I post mostly horror stories, or stories that have a horror element to them.
UPDATES (All sporadic):
- Severed Lights (Mystery/Thriller)
- Bazaar Tales (Short stories)
- Action Movie Myths (Humor)
- Samson's Journey (Horror/Zombies)
- The Devils Below
- Horror Mansion
- Wolves of Entertainment
- Without Duty (Historical Fiction)
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A message to all my readers: you have no idea how much it means to me that you read my stories. I try to express my gratitude to everyone who does, but miss a few people here and there. If you read my work and I don't get back to you about it, know that I appreciate it with all my heart!
Check out @miss-gatsby and her story "The Phoenix Pharaoh: Rise from the Ashes." It's a very well-written story full of vivid descriptions. You won't be disappointed!
Wolves of Entertainment - #12 in Mystery/Thriller
Severed Lights - #688 in Mystery/Thriller
Samson's Journey - #214 in Horror
IG - @ATellingMind
- JoinedJanuary 14, 2015
Action Movie Myths (Told By An Actual, Fictional Agent) Humor
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John Smith, an undercover agent who was inspired by action movies when he was young, hilariously tells the stories of his adventures and experiences as a stone cold killer. He learned (the hard way) that not everyt...