I was born in Alamogordo, New Mexico and spent a lot of time under the impression that I would be a biologist. In high school, I went back forth between wanting to be a writer or a graphic artist. I decided to go to the Savannah College of Art and Design before I made an official decision since I could study both there. Shortly after beginning my studies at SCAD, I realized writing was really what I wanted to do with my life. I'm currently halfway toward getting my BFA in Writing.
When a man goes too far, how much harm can a little splinter do?
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- Amanda Surowitz
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Splinter based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Totally pointless. It doesn't deserve one star but I'm not sure you could put zero.
This story was not finished and did not even have three full pages. The action was nonexistent, as was any meaning. The style of writing was fine, but you can't even call this a real story as it has no plot. If this were an introductionary chapter, I might have even enjoyed the full story. This review is almost as long as the story and that is pathetic.
Succinct and poignant, but I wish there was a little more, like some of the author's other short stories. On the other hand, I do enjoy a short story where the reader is free to speculate the fate(s) of the character(s).