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A cry for help

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#1
I'm completing a new short story, which I'm going to use as my entry in a writing competition that's happening on Lustria Online, with "the power of music" as theme (by rules, Lizardmen / Seraphon must be involved, or at least mentioned).

Anyway, my story is almost finished, and it involves a Necromancer as one of the main characters.... but before submitting it, I was wondering if someone can help me.
English is not my first anguage, so I would like a proofread review for grammar and terms and, most of all, a constructive review of the piece, to see if there's some unclear passage, or if i can add / subtract something.

Anyone volunteering? :bowdown:
 

Borgnine

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#2
If nobody volunteers, I can recommend trying out Grammarly (#notsponsored) - it's pretty smart and can help you with the grammar at least. It's not true proofreading, but at least it's something. I won't volunteer because this program has better grasp on the language rules than I do ;)
 

Alabaster427

Minister of Thriftiness
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#3
I'm completing a new short story, which I'm going to use as my entry in a writing competition that's happening on Lustria Online, with "the power of music" as theme (by rules, Lizardmen / Seraphon must be involved, or at least mentioned).

Anyway, my story is almost finished, and it involves a Necromancer as one of the main characters.... but before submitting it, I was wondering if someone can help me.
English is not my first anguage, so I would like a proofread review for grammar and terms and, most of all, a constructive review of the piece, to see if there's some unclear passage, or if i can add / subtract something.

Anyone volunteering? :bowdown:
How long is it?
 
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