Let's Talk About . . . August Picks!


#1

Hi~

BITE by BLAIR
BITTERSWEET by Katherine S.
FRAMED by Hanna Mathew
Because of her by SA
FALLEN by MissLadyLG @MissLadyLG
Trapped: The island by Alusza @Alusza

Is there any story that should be on the shelf? Which one is your favorite? Plot twisting, most romantic? Would you reread?


#2

I’m so honoured to be next to other great authors :heart_eyes: Thank you for featuring, I hope you will like the story.


#3

Hello! Thank you so much reading


#4

Do you want to pitch your story or maybe talk about it a bit :smile::smile::smile::smile: ? Like where did you get your idea from . . . ? Fav character . . . ?


#5

Congrats on being featured, do you have a favorite scene in your story? What about a favorite character?


#6

The story tells about a girl trying to survive after a plane crash. The main plot was just an excuse for practising - my first steps in Episode code and story writing in general (I never did it before). The idea just popped up one day and I started to build the story around it and the first ideas (of course) changed 180 degrees :).

This story supposed to have meaningful choices, artworks and my personal challenge was to build a relationship between only two characters (without any “jealous” men or women and so on) and still make it interesting :wink:


#7

My favorite scene has to be when Jakobi snapped in episode 4. My favorite character has to be Jakobi. Good and bad :smiling_imp:


#8

bump


#9

I’ve read Fallen. It’s one of my favorite stories. It’s funny, LG does comedy right. Jakobi is :heart_eyes:. The realest bad boy to ever do it.


#10

I started reading Bittersweet a few days ago and so far, I like it. It’s quite the typical high school drama story but it has great directing. It is probably pretty predictable but yeah, if you like some teenage love/family/friends drama, Bittersweet is definitely worth a read.

Also, I started reading Framed before it ended on the August Picks page. I really like it! It reminds of Adrenaline by Evil Ebonni but has a different background story. Its directing is amazing and Hanna Mathew really did a great job with backgrounds and overlays. Definitely worth reading!


#11

On a final note, I did read FALLEN.

The story didn’t connect to me, but I def recommend it for a comedy-loving user. Especially one that makes fun of the badboy trope.

@Sydney_H, you may close this as well


#12

#13

Topic closed by OP request. :smiley: