• Clark Farley
    • RI, US
    • Joined in October 2015
  • Clark Farley commented on Chapter 1 :
    4/27/2017 5:58:47 PM
    I agree with Becky M, def engaging. Writing banter is trickier (imo) tha it seems, but nothing accelerates a reader's identifying with a character than clever (and entertaining gave and take).
    24 +Votes
    He's witty, he's handsome, and he's everything they've always wanted; that is all his women know when they take him ... More Info
    • Melissa Moore Thanks so much, Clark! Writing Banter (the original short story) was the most fun I've ever had writing a story, because I had Samantha's voice in my head as I wrote her conversations. I love a bit of witty repartee. I've actually combined this story with Samantha's origin story (both of which originally appeared in a collection called Trails), with a final part that plays out the final chapter of Samantha's career, and I'm turning it into a novel called Banter. It'll be out in the next couple of months.
      4/27/2017 11:00:18 PM
  • Valerie Newman commented on Chapter 5 :
    4/26/2017 1:05:51 PM
    I love the interplay with Genevieve and Mr. Lassiter. And I laughed as well about the Jack Russel in a suit and tie. Your skill shines through the action.
    20 +Votes
    Sister Margaret Ryan becomes more accustomed to the quiet, contemplative life at the Convent, right up until she ... More Info
    Genres:
    Cross-Genre, Mystery
    • Clark Farley Genevieve is an interesting woman... can't wait too find more out about her role and relationship with St. Loreto and the Bernebau Company
      4/26/2017 1:59:02 PM
  • Denise commented on Chapter 5 :
    4/24/2017 9:40:18 PM
    Clue into the nature of the Bernebau Company by address alone? :) No one can resist those "stories" about the boss. And you're right - so true, we'd all like to believe ... Show More
    20 +Votes
    Sister Margaret Ryan becomes more accustomed to the quiet, contemplative life at the Convent, right up until she ... More Info
    Genres:
    Cross-Genre, Mystery
    • Clark Farley it's not exactly 211 Pine St Mayfield is it?
      4/26/2017 12:57:58 PM
  • Denise commented on Chapter 4 :
    4/24/2017 9:32:53 PM
    " If she had said, "Lets all go jump off the roof', there would have been a stampede on the stairwell." Excellent lol. Who could not like Sr. Bernadine! Clearly, the ... Show More
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    Sister Margaret Ryan becomes more accustomed to the quiet, contemplative life at the Convent, right up until she ... More Info
    Genres:
    Cross-Genre, Mystery
  • Valerie Newman commented on Chapter 4 :
    4/26/2017 12:48:55 PM
    Oh, that dark stranger again. Atlantic City, dead body. Hmmm! And real estate dealings. I hope Arlen is the hero,not the villain.
    20 +Votes
    Sister Margaret Ryan becomes more accustomed to the quiet, contemplative life at the Convent, right up until she ... More Info
    Genres:
    Cross-Genre, Mystery
  • Clark Farley commented on Chapter 24 :
    4/24/2017 11:38:20 AM
    lol I'm with Kast (comment below)... I, for one, will have my hand over my eyes (peeking through the fingers) if we hear Bailey shows up anytime soon... lol (hey, not to ... Show More
    (2 chapter reviews) | 357 +Votes
    To Isaac Martin, Bailey Hill is the love of his life. She's the girl who sees what no one else sees in him. He's not a ... More Info
    • Andre Clemons Yeah, what will Isaac do about Natalie? Will she find out? Will he tell her? Those are indeed the big questions. Also, I do find it interesting that you're thinking of Nerezza not being completely evil.
      4/26/2017 2:08:18 AM
    • Clark Farley yeah, what is it in the human psyche (see how I'm including the rest of the human race, as cover) that sometimes finds 'the bad guy' attractive? Not to condone or approve of, but there is a fascination with those who are free of the constraints of civilized behavior, thinking Hannibal Lector, Harley Quinn, Alex (Clockwork Orange)... ya know?
      4/26/2017 2:45:30 AM
  • Clark Farley commented on Chapter 3 :
    4/16/2017 11:45:42 AM
    *indeed was to have been in italics, a quality that our hosts seem to have over-looked when designing this 'see what you type only'
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    Beth Hargreaves had sprung into action, to save London from an outbreak of potentially lethal (and unseasonal) fog. But ... More Info
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