Medusa's Heart

1 chapter / 493 words

Approximately 2 minutes to read

Description:

WINNER of MythicalWorld contest! A young girl, cursed with the power of Medusa, struggles to overcome her power and live the ones she loves.Challenges are a part of daily life for her. When will she be free?

Genres: Writing, Fantasy, Short Story

Tags: mythicalworld medusa stone eyes cold heart

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7 months ago - clara. said:

Grammar review:

"I swear, this will be the last time I ever lose control of my curse." There shouldn't be a comma after "swear".

"He walks over to me, and clasps my icy hands." There shouldn't be a comma after "me".

"He carefully averts my eyes, but instead gently twirls a strand . . ." There should be a comma after "instead".

I hope this helps! Good piece.

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about 1 year ago Joy said:

This was a beautiful piece and I'd love for the story to continue! I love Greek Mythology and this version of the story is perfect. She isn't the bitter Medusa that everyone knows but the fighting type that loves her family. The one that will never give up and keeps going through the pain. The description of her training was great, I could imagine the scene in my head and that is what makes a great story for me. Good Writing, Joy

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