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Friday, December 17, 2010

Feedback on Installment #2 6th grade boy

It looks like I have one kid that's a fan.

Demographic: 6th grade boy Northern California middle school, not related, blind (anonymous) feedback.

Installment #2 Feedback

One again you amaze me with your wonderful stories and vividly wonderful characters. If you keep on going with this series you will undoubtedly become a famous author.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

More Blind Feedback on Installment #1

Demographic: Middle school girl in TX
Blind feedback because I have no direct contact with the person nor do I know who they are. A librarian proxies this for me.
I liked the beginning because I'd never seen anything like that before (how the book was "talking" to you) but I think the beginning of the book was confusing, and it would help if it told a little more about the character's feelings. Another thing you could do to make kids want to read the book more is change the title to something cooler and maybe a little shorter. But, in general, I think what the book is about is pretty interesting.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Volunteer Editor's Favorite Character

After reading half way through installment #2,
here is what the volunteer editor has to say about
her favorite character:

I think if I have a favorite character it is Paul25. He is the smartest, most innovative and creative, powerful but funny, loving, emotionally attached to others and Earth creatures, independent thinking, and isn't afraid to take chances to help people or the situation or to achieve his ultimate goal.