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Its Okay To Say No Winden Metaverse

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Sub-genres: Drama, General Romance

Often or not, at time us humans have a habit of walking ourselves into some tricky situations. Perhaps on occasion, we are comfortable with the choices we have made, others not so much. Join in for on this tale as a young Sophomore navigates his first ever high-school party. The pros and cons that are associated with such an event, and the plausibility of meeting other likeminded folks at the said event.

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

I liked how this story was relatable to real life situations but I was very disappointed, the display said this story was completed.

Response from the author:

I am sorry you are disappointed. However, if the reader concludes that the story is not finished that is on them. As the writer of the piece, in my mind, it is finished. Given it is a short story, I left the ending open to interruption. To second that motion, neither did I add a name to the protagonist nor did I state what gender the lead is; sure the lead strays toward a boy since this is aimed at the male LGBT audience. Given the fact that the story holds on its own and lets the reader interpret, by allowing him/her or them to resonate with the character as if it were themselves. One must understand if I labeled it complete... it is complete.

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This is a well written story about peer pressure, that takes place at a party. We learn when it’s right to say no to certain situations and yes to others. I loved the various characters and the descriptions of them.

Response from the author:

Thanks for stopping by for this tale. I recently had a conversation with one of my younger cousins and when I heard he had a drink a fifteen, which would be his age. I couldn't believe how quickly he was growing up. Therefore, the idea of peer-pressure floated around in my head until I decided to finally tell it. I wanted the story to relate to most people, so I added in a handful of the most common and rather hoped people would like it. I am glad that you liked it. Thanks for the comment. :)

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This was a fantastically written story about peer pressure, and standing up for your self. Excellent descriptions, and interesting characters.

Response from the author:

Thanks for the review, I am glad that you liked the story. :)

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