http://pastebin.com/UrsqfjL9 Here It is! Dont take it easy:)
Date: 13 Mar 2013 19:04
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the readers sense
"the reader's sense"
my lifes work
"my life's work"
There's a few other basic grammar errors in there, but I don't see much of a flaw in the main concept. It feels like, well, a draft right now (which it is), so it definitely needs some fleshing out. Bring it by the chat and see about getting advice from someone there.
Ive changed the main concept a bit. Instead of it being a book about JUST textures, Ive added a bit of a story of the author to it. As he is blind, Texture plays a huge role in his life. So anyone who would read it experiences everything he has experienced.
On top of YellerBill's corrections, there's also "Many pages of SCP-xxxx were to damaged", which should instead read "too damaged".
Your writing and tone could use some work, with a few sentences, such as "Reading a new sentence after a previously read one, will result in a completely new texture altogether.", seeming kind of strangely worded to me. As for the concept, there isn't much that I find interesting about it. It reminds me of an anomalous Scratch and Sniff book, but with how little you have, I don't think this is much more than something worthy of the List fo Anomalous Items.
Consider adding some more to the idea as a whole, perhaps have sentences unrelated to texturse conjure similar feelings, which would probably result in some very difficult-to-describe or otherwise random sensations. That's all I can really think of, as anything else that I consider just seems like it'd feel tacked on.
Okay, It started out with a LOT more to it. But I took it out because I wanted to see how It'd do without it. But I've added it back in. Check it out now. http://pastebin.com/UrsqfjL9
No other procedures should be taken.
So anyone can take this at any time without permission? This is a phrase that should never be seen in a SCP.
And why aren't you using the sandbox, where we can check to see if your standard template formatting is correct? (Hint: it isn't.)