feedback and read for read


hi there! so lots of authors write stories and take the time and effort to write them, but they never get noticed, or as much feedback/comments from the readers as they hoped (which honestly sucks–I mean we pour our souls into our books). so if you’re looking from an honest reader who loves to leave millions of comments/reactions, you’re in the right place!

first and foremost: this service is not free. payment would be to check out my story and leave your feedback in return, on my story, 12:01.

that being said, I will read up to 7 chapters (if your book is good and I love it, ill add it to my reading list and continue).

note: I will be accepting 3-5 people! ill start when payment is complete.



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Hi there! I’d be interested in a r4r


Genre: Adeventure

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Title: Prequel to the Shadow Spaces
Summary: This is the story of a Goddess incarnate in human flesh. These are my spiritual memoirs about my connection with my husband Debrukaras, the God of Shadows, and our journey together throughout the Shadow World of Ranokoren.
Genre: True story, spiritual memoir, romance


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title: of sinners and saints
summary: its dark
genre: dark fan

ill read yours as soon as you read mine

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Payment complete. I’ve read all the way to chapter 5 of 12:01 and left some commentary.


Summer Love

After causing major damage to her families mansion Jenna Berkeley, a renown super model is forced to spend her summer at her parents resort. Hoping for a bit of down time and a break from her hectic life she tries to enjoy the Summer before she is re thrust back into her life. When an old flame crashes her summer break and thrusts her into a humongous scandal, Jenna realizes that her summer is going to be far more crazy than she ever realized.


Im still working on this story and its a bit short (its only 4 chapter for now) but I would love your feedback!

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On My Own

18 year old, Adrianna Tassey is accepted to her dream pre-college summer program, in the heart of Westminister, London. After running into her childhood idol, her life would change forever.

This story is an open fanfiction, meaning there is no need to be a fan to read, with that being said i would categorize it as romance


Title: A World Untold
Genre: Romantic-Fantasy
Summary: An eighteen-year-old girl transmigrated in a different body and in a different world. Now she was stuck in a royal battlefield of love and war.

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I have read the first 5 chapter and i’m like super in love lol. I’m probably going to continue reading your book but I tried my best to complete the payment lol. I’m so awkward so i honestly had no idea what to comment and your book is amazingly written that i literally had no feedback bc i thought it was perfect. Anyway I hope you enjoy my book and thank u sm for helping me out.

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oooh, this sounds interesting! ive skimmed a few chapters and im already intrigued haha. accepted! ill leave my comments + feedback once you have completed the payment. please don’t forget, it’s the revised chapters!

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title: Until the End


summary: The beach town of Wolf Coast, Nova Scotia is Will Danforth’s home. He grew up there, carrying around the weight of being abandoned by his father. Then his father moves back to town with his new family, including his son and Will’s half brother, Riley Danforth. In such a small town, they are destined to cross paths. Will’s best friend Emmeline Blossom finds herself caught in the middle of the two brothers, playing peacemaker. She can’t take both sides, even if she feels for them both. Will she choose between them or decide to bring the two estranged brothers together?

genre: Teen fiction

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im sorry, but im going to have to decline this one. denied; due to the reason that i skimmed your first chapter and im not really intrigued by it, and if im honest, im terrible at critiquing nonfiction.


im all for dark stories! accepted! ill leave my comments + feedback once you have completed the payment. please don’t forget, it’s the revised chapters!

also i understand that you have completed payment but it’s incorrect, it needs to be the revised chapters.


denied; possibly due to the reason because ive recently read a bunch of books with similar plots. sorry! if you like though, i can give you a small feedback on your first chapter.

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denied; sorry haha i usually look at all these summaries and read but though i won’t read this, i can read the first chapter and give you my thoughts since i skimmed it.


accepted! ill leave my comments + feedback once you have completed the payment. please don’t forget, it’s the revised chapters!


accepted! your book seems interesting, and i can’t wait to leave my thoughts on it. ill leave my comments + feedback once you have completed the payment. please don’t forget, it’s the revised chapters!

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Sounds good!

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Okay! Thank you!

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title: Schrodinger’s Child
summary: Meri, even since she was a child, has always felt invisible. Purely, completely, undeniably invisible. When her mother, tormented by the demons of substance abuse and mental illness, physically abused her siblings in her place? Invisible. When the other children at school taunted her and avoided her like the plague? Invisible. And later when she struggled with depression, forcing herself daily to go through the motions, even though she couldn’t find a single reason why she should? Invisible. All her life it has appeared that she is the only one who can see herself drowning. Maybe, she thinks, it’s not that they don’t see: it’s that they don’t care.

The concept of Schrodinger’s cat has always resonated with her. Shove a cat into a box, hide it away from prying eyes, and suddenly it is both alive and dead at the same time. It’s there and not there, healthy and unhealthy, real and unreal, as long as it remains unobserved. This is what Erwin Schrodinger himself would have called an observer’s paradox. It’s so ridiculous, he argued, that it simply cannot be true. Meri knows better. She can’t speak for Schrodinger’s cat, but she has always felt that she is Schrodinger’s child. Living but lifeless, mature but childlike, an unobserved observer, she is trapped between two worlds that no person should ever have to inhabit at once. Adulthood is lurking just around the corner for her, but even so, she cannot help but wonder; if there is no clear fate for Schrodinger’s cat, then what-if anything-will happen to her?
genre: Memoir