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  2. Thanks. 🙂 And yeah, I'm feeling like some spite writing is in my future. Luckily, I also enjoy writing Silverwolf. I can give gays who think every relationship should be monogamous uncomfortable boners when my main characters fuck around AND write something I like at the same time. Win-win.
  3. CassieQ

    Howl at the Moon

    I sometimes write things that get pretty dark. I also write things that are cute and sweet. But if someone told me what I should be writing, I would probably lose my shit. And then write more of what they didn't like out of pure spite. Write what you like. If they don't like it, screw 'em, they can find something else to read, but no one has the right to tell you what to write...or what not to write.
  4. Buz

    The Council Stands

    Thank Luna! It so awesome to finally have a 'target'. Now for Retribution!
  5. Today
  6. Thanks, Thorn. I know it shouldn't let it bother me. I keep coming back to the idea that if I were younger and less invested in doing this writing thing, then crap like this could push me to just stop. But, I'm stubborn. I want to write too much, and I will continue to do so. Your encouragement helps. Thank you. 🙂
  7. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 20

    Neredos seems to know Veil's secret of controlling other people's minds and maybe knows how she's lived so long. I wonder how he came to this conclusion. Grim's and Veil's meeting will be an interesting one. I wonder how long it's been since they've talked. Have they talked since she disowned him in the last book?
  8. As I've said already, fuck those guys. You're an awesome storyteller. If they don't like the story you're telling, they can stop reading, but e-mailing you and telling you to stop writing is just being a dick. It's not like a person has a finite amount of creativity, you're working on and writing both, and not writing one won't necessarily make you write more of the other. Keep doing your thing! ❤️
  9. I'm glad we went with a toy cat, and maybe Theo will go for a Siamese... :) I have no favorite type, though I've owned some of each of the three models: Traditional, Classic and Modern. The modern ones are so overbred to show standards that they are unhealthy due to the growing wedge-shape of the heads and thinness of the skeletal structure. Classics were popular in the 50s-60s when I was little, and we raised them for a time--not skeletons and the heads were just right and tails were still kinked and eyes crossed. Healthy and svelte. The Trads were the original model that came from Siam in the 1880s and were sturdy, muscular, with the blue crossed eyes and kinked tails that were said to prevent the loss of rings put on them while the owner bathed. The one in my avatar is a Trad, Genghis, and I had his sister Bortai at the same time. He was a Seal and Bortai was a Tortie-Seal. The most recent Classic I had died in 2008 and was a Seal. Before that and when I owned Genghis and Bortai, I had taken in a Modern Lilac point from a neighbor who found him on the street. Enough on Siamese, except to say that mine were always friendly to me and my friends, and only the Lilac was very talkative...the others meowed occasionally, but mostly purred. The Lilac who I called Kublai, loved to meow when I talked to him and when I'd get home from work before settling down to purr at me. He was on the message of my old answering machine until it died and I had no way to copy the micro tape. He died of kidney failure at age 21 just before I got Genghis and Bortai. Can't wait to see what the tattoo says!
  10. Wayne Gray


    Thanks, Thorn. These two are a weird mix of immature, loving, reticence, hopeful and fearful - all in varying degrees, sometimes moment to moment. It's going to be a wild ride.
  11. Wayne Gray


    Hehehe. It's true. Caleb definitely has some growing up to do. He's 22, never had anything close to a relationship, and used to getting things done his own way. Wren has some maturity to find as well, though.
  12. KEVIN Kissing Edward, Vince insinuated Nick DIDNT
  13. Thorn Wilde


    It's such a tender, beautiful scene, first by the fire with the quilt and then on the cot in the tent. And that last part is hot as hell, too, of course.
  14. NoSkis

    Chapter 1

    wow, so much to process. very interested in this new culture (influenced by the Turkish culture?) in your writing. thanks!
  15. Fae Briona


    They look lovely! I saw a couple of young deer run across the road on my way to work the other morning which was nice -- but made me wonder if they messed up and forgot to put a greenbelt in so they could cross under the bridge they just rebuilt.
  16. Well we seem to be going back to where it all started, Angus is finally going get his just rewards, he and his cronies need to be ripped apart. long awaited chapter but oh so very, very good, thank you
  17. Yesterday
  18. @Jason Rimbaud, as I said, I'm fine if someone wants to help me be a better writer, and has input which will further that goal. I can handle mixed messages too - so long as there's something, anything in it which I can take as a lesson. It's where there's nothing but pure discouragement which sets me off. You're right, I'm very responsive to communications of all kinds. I feel I owe readers that. I probably don't have to imagine what sort of stuff you have had to deal with when you were writing. I too have received communications specifically designed to drag me down - though never at the rate which prompted this blog post. It doesn't matter. I write. I'm in charge. They read, or they don't.
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