This blog, I want to go out and say it right now, is not just me reviewing the various Fear blogs that have been made. This is a universal review blog! You'll be getting some reviews from DJay in there, as well as anyone else who would like to contribute! If you'd like to submit a review, just send your review in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will warn you that I will not play editor for your reviews because I don't want to mess with people's content, so make sure you look your reviews over before you submit them and make sure they're exactly what you want to see! Your reviews will also be put under your preferred name, so everyone knows who reviewed it. If you want me to put the review under a specific nickname, please let me know or I will simply use your forum name.
I have a list of Fear blogs that I am going to read and review, starting with the infamous RAPTURE, but at the moment I am willing to take blog requests. If you want me to read and review your finished blog, simply state so here in this forum and I will immediately move it up on the list to the earliest available slot! You can also request other reviewers to read your blogs as well in this forum, just make sure you request by name if you want a specific reviewer.
Be prepared for lots of updates from the Mythos Review in the near future!
Member No.: 8
Joined: 17-May 11
I'm in the process of adding my finished reviews to the site, though I'm considering whether I should post the "DJay Reads"-style reviews as they are or if I should edit them and give them more.. professional-looking rewrites.
EDIT: Also yes hello, I'm a part of the site and I'm very happy to be. :D And Madinrei, "infamous" means famous for bad reasons. <:D
Member No.: 7
Joined: 17-May 11
Yeah, The End of Sorrow Lies was...not as good as it could have been. The reason for that was because I just though "Hey, I want to create a surreal blog!" and then did, without thinking up a plot or interesting characters or anything. And then I fell back on simply describing dreams, without providing real life meaning to any of them.
But I do think the last post, "The Wolf Dream." The implication is supposed to be that Adam killed his own parents while dreaming, but I guess that doesn't come across that well.