The hot towel pressed against his face felt good to Jonathan who had just finished a few rounds in the ring with another patron. He wasn't a boxer by trade, but he liked to workout in Byron's Gym and take a few punches that would, as he put it, "Wake me up a bit."
Jonathan was a tradesman who walked into the temp-work office on his block every Monday through Friday early as the dawn and waited until his name was called. Whatever job he was named for, he took, because he always made… Continue
"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,…"