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05/10/07
This is a powerful story, well-written from beginning to end, gripping this reader's heart.
05/10/07
This is GOOD! Very suspenseful and the descriptions of the two girls (Very creative name :Emerentiana!) This is powerful and well written. I noticed a few typos like can not = cannot, etc. But otherwise, I think this is excellent. ^_^
05/14/07
Heart-breaking!

I'm not entirely familiar with customs of this time period; would they really have "suitors" back then? That seems like a much more modern development, but I could easily be wrong.

The bravery written here is very inspiring. Good job.
05/14/07
Loved it and was taken back in time once more. This subject is very close to my heart as well. Thank you for so eloquently telling their story yet again. I pray the martyr's witness will never lose its impact.
05/15/07
Just wonderful - you had me int he heart of your MC - I was aching right along with her. I love the last line of this especially.
05/15/07
This was so well done and such a good read. I hope you place with it!
05/15/07
Very gripping story with good solid writing. I would like to know more about this. Well done.
05/15/07
Really enjoyed reading this! Creative and well done!
05/16/07
Very well written, powerful story. Great job.
05/16/07
A gripping and well-written testimony. A wonderful story; I was right there through the whole thing. Thanks for sharing it
05/19/07
Oh, my goodness! How compelling! May we be as brave as those children if/when we must defend our faith! Good job!
05/26/07
This is very good. I do wish the nanny had been revealed early on. It would have made it better reading for me. I assumed that a husband was talking,which is okay at times, but this is not "surprise" material. It is too deep. Very well done.
07/21/07
Wow! Powerful! I would have liked to have understood it was the nanny speaking earlier as well, but the story is just awesome either way. Blessings, Cheri