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Crazy Stupid

2.77 of 5 stars 2.77  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Vincent and Zach have been best friends for years, and Vincent has been in love with Zach for years. An unfortunate turn of events in which Vincent's mother almost dies leads Zachary to realize that he's been in love with his friend for as long as they've known each other. Without a doubt, their love is cray stupid. Not that they really care.
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Published November 15th 2011 by Smashwords

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Poor editing and lack of character development made this a tough read. It started out well enough but quickly went downhill. The story is told strictly from Vincent's POV and he seemed immature and petty. I wasn't impressed.

Srsly, self-pub authors, editors are your friends.
This was a very cute short story involving love between to high school students, Vincent and Zachariah. oh, does it bring back memories from my own high school experiences...ha!
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Even if you cannot have a professional editor having a friend read to correct typos and syntax would be a good idea... I couldn't enjoy the story because of all the errors and I was thinking: "English is my second language and I could do better." I guess the lack of originality might have had something to do with my lack of enjoyment too though I really think that I could have liked this if I hadn't been correcting it as I read.
Nanee Mcgee
I would really have liked this story but the grammatical errors and sentence structure made it hard to continue to read. I finished the story although it was frustrating to follow. I liked the characters and the idea of the story but as a reader it felt rushed and incomplete, no background on Zach and Vincent's friendship or how close they were. it was extremely short.
Marcia Carrington
A well-written, likable short story that builds nicely and is never forced in its execution. Good characters and believable situation, written with sympathy for the characters and their feelings.
Penelope Frost
A cute story about friendship and love between best friends. There're some spelling errors that annoyed me and the wording of some sentences, but all in all a decent read.
John Carter
Abysmal editing, and both protagonists are not real bright. But it was—what? Amusing isn’t really the right word. Well, it passed the time.
Believable characters in what could be a day in the life of any average teen. Would benefit from less reliability on auto correct or spell check.
Gavin Stephenson-Jackman
A nice little story line but severely hampered by bad editing.
It's raining out and I got bored. cute read (:
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Inspiration comes from all around me, but mostly I observe the relationships of those closest to me and I do my best with transferring emotions and situations to my characters; I don't think there's a point in writing if you aren't personal with your characters.
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