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"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one . . . just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages that you've had." -The Great Gatsby

Hello, world.

I'm Karen Eliza, and welcome to my corner of the internet. Here's where I keep my vault of tales, ranging from short stories to novels, with on the Edge of Eureka being the main feature. I also MST books and make fun of headscratchers in famous series, though original fiction is my first priority.

My favorite authors are Ray Bradbury, George Orwell, Issac Asimov, Andy Weir, Michael Chricton, Richard Preston, Kathy Reichs, Madeline l'Engle, Rick Riordan, and- actually, I should stop, or we'll be here all day. Don't even get me started on my favorite book. Every time I get asked that question I have a tiny nervous breakdown trying to pick just one!

Feel free to shoot me an ask at karenelizaanne.tumblr.com, and find me on Wattpad at strange-quark.

  • Karen Eliza

    How are reads counted on Movella?

    11 months agoReply
    I had previously posted one of my stories on Wattpad (On the Edge of Eureka.) It wasn't getting any attention so I posted it here instead, and it racked up over 700 reads in just a few days. It took me over 6 months on Wattpad to reach that many! Does Movella count reads differently than Wattpad does, or is the community just more into sci-fi?
    3 SECOND LUKE
    11 months ago
    @[Karen Eliza] Thanks! Feel free to leave some CC (Constructive Criticism) or a Review on any story you read as a comment. I love reading CC & Reviews, it helps me improve my writing.
    Karen Eliza
    11 months ago
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    No problem! :)
    marriedtobooks
    5 months ago
    I used to write on Wattpad but stopped after receiving trolling messages. It was really upsetting and knocked my confidence. I've been really surprised with how quickly the views have been coming for my works. Getting feedback has been a struggle however, my novel is quite long and that does put people off from reading. :)
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