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I Review new and old Episode Interactive stories to help you decide what’s next on your ‘to-read’ list.

Tuesday Reviews Episode Interactive Stories


Submit your Episode Story

Have you written an Episode story that you’re proud of?
Submit it here for a chance to receive a review.

Before submitting, please make sure your story meets the following specifications:
Written in English (I can’t read stories in other languages sorry)
Has zero (or minor) spelling and grammatical errors
Does not include subject matter which glorifies racism, sexisim, sexual abuse, or animal abuse

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Episode Interactive Story Reviews FAQs


I will send you an email to let you know that I have added your story to my review queue.

I will read at least the first four episodes of your story.

Ideally I will read your entire story. This depends on time and how many episodes your story has.

Please respect that this process takes some time, particularly if I have decided to read your entire story and I need to wait for passes to be refilled.

If I begin your story and then realise it is not something I enjoy, I will let you know.

If your story earns less than 3 stars in my review process I will not share the story review on my website unless you specifically ask me to.

Reviews will be based on the following:

Overall Quality of the Story Line
1 – 5 Stars

Ability to surprise / hook / interest the reader
1 – 5 Stars

Spelling and Grammar
1 – 5 Stars

Dialogue Quality
1 – 5 Stars

Depth of the Characters
1 – 5 Stars

Your story’s overall rating will be generated from your score in the above.

The body of the review will cover all points above and a summary of the reading experience / overall thoughts.

Reviews will be based on the following:

Overall Quality of the Story Line
1 – 5 Stars

Ability to surprise / hook / interest the reader
1 – 5 Stars

Spelling and Grammar
1 – 5 Stars

Dialogue Quality
1 – 5 Stars

Depth of the Characters
1 – 5 Stars

Your story’s overall rating will be generated from your score in the above.

The body of the review will cover all points above and a summary of the reading experience / overall thoughts.

Yes! I will email you if I accept your story for review and I will email you if I decide to pass on your story.
I will email you to let you know.

Depending on why I have declined to review your story I may offer some feedback to you– but in most cases I will decline because of time restraints or because your story genre is something I don’t wish to read at this time.

I will get back to everyone eventually. Please understand that I receive a large volume of emails and have limited time each day to sort through and reply to all of them.

I will get back to you to let you know if I am accepting or declining your story, please do not send a follow up email.

It depends on how much time I have that week, how long your story is, and how many other stories are in front of yours in the queue.

I will strive to read your story within a week and post a review the following week, however this is subject to my schedule restraints.

No. I am not paid for any reviews and do not accept payment for comments or reviews of any kind.
I post all of my reviews on my blog.

I will post a link to Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook promoting the review of your story when it goes live. I will also send you a post to share on your own social media to promote the review.

If you would like the review I have written to appear in any other place, please specify during the submission process.

Depending on how long your story is and how many stories I have to review ahead of yours, the review process takes a fairly large amount of time.

If I accepted your story for review but you haven’t heard back from me yet, then please be patient. Do not feel the need to send a follow up email.

If your story sounds interesting, I will more than likely add it to my review queue.

Genres I am particularly fond of such as Fantasy and Paranormal Romance will receive a preference, but I am a lover of all genres.

I will decline your story if:

  • It is overtly sexual for no reason
  • It references other author’s or Episode users in a way which is unkind
  • It glorifies racisim, sexisim, animal abuse, or sexual abuse.
  • The grammar and spelling is below standard.
  • I do not find it interesting / exciting enough to continue reading past the first chapter.
I will decline your story if:

  • It is overtly sexual for no reason
  • It references other author’s or Episode users in a way which is unkind
  • It glorifies racisim, sexisim, animal abuse, or sexual abuse.
  • The grammar and spelling is below standard.
  • I do not find it interesting / exciting enough to continue reading past the first chapter.
No. Your story can be a popular one, a new one, or an unknown one– it doesn’t matter.

If your story is new or unknown, requesting a review and having it shared can be an excellent way to gain more readers for your story.

Requesting a review and having it shared is an excellent way to gain more readers and exposure for your story.

Reviews are also a fantastic way to gain useful feedback on your story and writing style, allowing you to improve as an author.

Have you read ‘Of Flesh and Fire’ Yet?

My first Episode Interactive story is now a novel!
Available from Amazon in either ebook or paperback editions.

Of Flesh and Fire | Part One

By Tuesday Cross

Nyminia awakes from the ashes of a deadly fire to find herself not only cursed with fearsome power, but with heavy purpose.
Her life is the silver thread which keeps the world together. Her death, the cord which could unravel everything.

If you enjoy magic, werewolves, vampires, and DRAGONS…. you’ll enjoy this story.
Available Now!

What is the meaning to life, the universe, and everything?

42.
Now that we’ve covered that, let’s get down to business. Tuesday Cross is … Actually this third person thing is getting tiring, how about I stop pretending I have an assistant who writes this stuff for me and I just write it how I’m thinking it 😉
I constantly get asked “Tuesday, why do you write?”. I would tell you that it’s because of my ‘passion for the written word’ , but really it’s more than that. Passion is a flash-in-the-pan sort of emotion. It fuels us the start, however on those lonely nights bereft of inspiration, where does passion get us? Into bed to try again the next day. Nope, it’s not my passion that drives me to writ. It is the overwhelming cocktail of excitement, imagination, and sense of duty I feel which pushes me to put pen to paper (or more accurately, fingers to keyboard.) Sense of duty? What the heck do I mean by that?

Let me tell you a story. I was born with a book in my hand (just ask my Mum.) I could not be separated from those precious pages, and through the years I soaked in thousands upon thousands of worlds, created by people who had seen and done much more than myself. Reading changed (and saved) my life in many ways, and I am indebted to the authors who did this.
Writing is like a superpower, if you can write, it’s almost a crime to lock it away. If your imagination is brimming with plots, twists, creatures, and adventures untold, how can you keep that to yourself? I know I can’t! You literally have the power to transform someone’s life, even if only for the duration of your book. Transport them to different realms, allow them to live outside our reality. How cool is that?

I began writing stories on Episode Interactive a few years ago. At first I told myself I was just there to read, however by the end of the first week I was already planning out the storyline which would become ‘Of Flesh and Fire’, my first story on the platform. Episode is unique in the way it brings your story off of the pages, you are essentially writing a screenplay and this appealed to my film-school background. After the overwhelmingly positive response to ‘Of Flesh and Fire’ on the Episode Interactive App, I rolled up my sleeves and got to work on the manuscript. Now, a year later, I’m excited to announce that ‘Of Flesh and Fire’ is expected to be published in November 2017.

Well, if you read all of this, you deserve a cookie. If I ever meet you in real life, use the code word ‘Jargon’, and I’ll make sure you get that cookie 😉