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Ride at Twilight

 
kthaler Sunday, 21 July 2013
I love Maximum Ride so you had me hooked right off the bat. I like your writing style and the only thing I suggest is more descriptions. I don't think the plot is useless and I can't wait to read more. If you have time, can you read my new dystopian story, "Demon." I would really love feedback on it. Thanks and great job!
 
Kathleen Paddock Sunday, 13 November 2011
I like it so far! Great job!
chkodjka Saturday, 23 July 2011
I haven't finished reading your book only the first page, but I like it. I'm going to finish reading the whole thing and then give you a rating. I like your style of writting.
 
Elise Thursday, 16 June 2011
Very good take off from the original.

Elise
:)(:
Zoey Balderston Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Joel Carpet, In case you didnt notice, i AM writing a book with my own storyline, my own characters. This is something i decided to do when i first started writing, i understand i have more potential than this now
 
Joel Carpet Wednesday, 18 May 2011
You have excellent writing skills. Why waste it on a useless plot like this?
 
Jay Anarchy Friday, 17 December 2010
Love the Maximum Ride part. Can't say I hate the Twilight part, but it doesn't do much for me. Anyway, I can barely notice the difference between James Patterson and you. But...you do know that "voice" in that context is capitalized, right? Just trying to help. Love ya!
Jordan
 
Vampirelover Sunday, 25 April 2010
Sparkly vampires must die!
 
Mikka Cartwright Friday, 9 April 2010
i like crossovers they are so much fun
Zoey Balderston Saturday, 27 March 2010
To: Taylor van de Locht
I never said i was getting it published. I just posted it here for those who WANTED to read it. Not for people to write nasty comments. And in case you didnt notice, i DID write a story of my own. And you are one person who doesnt like vampire stories. Some people do. So no need to be trashing my story that i worked hard on but have run out of ideas for.
 
Taylor van de Locht Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Okay, so you can write, and the agent will say, "Not another Twilight vampire story" and drop your baby into the shredder.
You have imagination, so why not use it. Blood-sucking Vampire stories are boring, if you want to write about vampires, then invent your own.
Depict them in normal (sci-fi wise) every-day life, as a cop, or a doctor or, well, as I said, use your imagination, but no chic-lit, CL is out.
You'd be surprised what my vampire(s) get up to.
And make it third person, then you can bring your reader closer to all your characters.
Don'tbe a copy-cat.
 
Dominika.F.Marshall Monday, 8 March 2010
hey I like your idea I came up with one too except it is based around maximum ride
 
Jay Anarchy Saturday, 18 December 2010
Nice touch. It gives the story a twist.
Zoey Balderston Monday, 12 April 2010
To: Mikka Cartwright...
Its a glitch in her system just like the headaches used to be
 
Mikka Cartwright Friday, 9 April 2010
what? why is she falling
Zoey Balderston Monday, 18 October 2010
ok there, i fixed the Iggy problem. now he isnt seeing, he's hearing
Zoey Balderston Sunday, 6 June 2010
oh yeah i see what you mean. as i said, its a work in progress. i wasnt really thinking about the fact that he is blind. my apologies
Freakenstein Thursday, 27 May 2010
Umm, I don't mean to criticize, but how can you be writing what Iggy sees and from his point of view? Isn't he blind? Whatever. It's been pretty good so far.
M.L. Holt Sunday, 23 May 2010
You do know Iggy is BLIND, right? Cause when you're talking from Iggy's point of veiw, you make it seem like he sees what's going on, and since he's BLIND, he can's see any of it.
Zoey Balderston Tuesday, 13 April 2010
To Wierdo12:
i dont even know. my friend helped me write that part and she thought it would be funny. and hes alive just because i wanted to keep his character. my story isnt totally in the right order but i just took the basic storylines and characters from both series
 
Plainbrowneyedgirl Tuesday, 13 April 2010
why did they run off screaming? and James is dead.
 
Jay Anarchy Saturday, 18 December 2010
Uh, I probably should point out that it's "Ugh", not "Ug."
--Indigo
 
SnowBall Sunday, 24 October 2010
I think this will be one of many books that is on shelves at the bookstore. Great job!
 
shanniebear Monday, 16 August 2010
i think it has potential:) and i think you do have talent. keep writing
Zoey Balderston Monday, 1 March 2010
I dont think i will be able to write much more of this story. i cant think of any new ideas. plus i am still trying to write my other story Love From Above. Check that one out too, i reallly like that ones storyline
 
Elise Saturday, 18 June 2011
That's awful! People shouldn't be rude when they could work on their OWN stories. I personally love this story.

Elise
:)(:
Zoey Balderston Tuesday, 4 January 2011
Thank you very much Indigo =)
 
Jay Anarchy Saturday, 18 December 2010
I have to admit, I think the book's very well-written. You should continue writing. And might I state that it's incredibly pathetic to make fun of another writer, regardless of the fact that you don't like the content. Secondly, I can barely tell the difference between J.P. and Zoey here. So just shut your mouth (or your...hands, I guess) and read the flipping story. So there.
--Indigo
 
iluv2read Thursday, 24 October 2013
I liked it so far but I really wish you would have finished it it was actually really good and you shouldn't abandon it
Frozen Fire Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Awwww. You shouldnt abandon it. It dosnt have to be a good use of time, you should still write it in your free time. There is nothing like an unfinished story to keep you up at night.

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