"Hi, Kent, I saw this late, so I'll get back to you. Damn aliens stopped at In and Out while bringing me back. They look at a-holes all day, then want burgers. Then again, so do proctologists. Never mind.
"I was only joking about learning Lithuanian; I'm still struggling with English. I don't want to make too big a deal out of my earlier comments, as you seem to know where you want to go with your writing. Plus I like the "broken"…"
"About Lithuanian, is a little bit hard language, as Russian, we change endings of the words depending in how the sentence is build, grammar:) So I have no idea, how long it will take to learn Lithuanian for you, it also has special characters and…"
"Well, thank you. It does continue for already 29 chapters - 24 pages (A4), and I wrote an intro at the start of the book, that I am Russian. Ireland inspires me, so the action is based in Ireland, year: 1844, detective is myself, but with English…"
"Anastasija, if the rest of the poem continues as well as these first ten lines, you're off to a very good start. Here are my concerns, which are only my opinion, and not based on something I read somewhere. Length. Lots of poems are very long,…"