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  1. NoSkis

    Chapter 15

    hey drpaladin, is calling someone by their title that unusual? i'm pretty far removed from military, though seems 'captain', 'chief' and others are very common when communicating. Sports (again, far removed from that world) 'coach' is pretty common if i'm to believe the literature. previously working in healthcare, i know 'Doc' or 'Doctor' and 'Nurse' are really common ;-). Though in this case, if Garjah is the only one with that title on a (huge) ship, it won't surprise me if Garjah relates to the upper echelons - in large organizations that must run without interruption back ups are common, except when it comes to leadership. Essell failing to ask for clarification re Garjah's role/position is disappointing, though not surprising considering his performance so far. and cia, thank you! so grateful you continue to post updates regularly! but is the description of the encasement for Bouncers claws dumbed down for us primitive primates? 'plastic'? if beings who have a LOT of history traveling from one galaxy to another still rely on petrochemically derived products i can't say the future looks bright - there must be a better way than complex carbon chains! thank you, d
  2. NoSkis

    Chapter 4

    hi Geron, what a nice treat (and perhaps a few tricks coming up) from you. your postings are always enjoyable, well thought out with characters and story lines eventually ending in the same place. That you have the muse/strength/ability to continue to offer your creations up for our enjoyment is so greatly appreciated! with the situation of the world, be it due to viruses, politics or blah, blah. blah, blah (a horse that has already been beat to death so many times........hmmmm, do horses re-incarnate?). thank you - your skills, and that you share them so freely, are much appreciated. I hope you, family (however you define that) and friends are managing to navigate life - and dare i hope grow - while keeping a focus on striving for a better tomorrow. thank you, d
  3. NoSkis

    Chapter 11

    "....to give their genetic gift to the universe..." well that's a rather disturbing - though accurate - assessment of many humans thought process. producing children (genetically related) still confuses me - the difference at a genetic level between a child and someone from another ethnic group is so small......
  4. NoSkis

    Chapter 22

    excellent, mann, "...they clutched at one another making unspoken promises..." is one of life's (unfortunate?) truths, even if we are unfortunate enough not to realize it at the time. thanks for pointing it out. i'm grateful you (and your muse(s)) have the strength to post amazing content in 2020 thank you, d
  5. NoSkis

    The End

    thanks for the mercy of posting the last three chapters at once - the cliff hangers in 15 & 16 might have been dangerous to our health! it seems i am in the minority, though i actually prefer single character point of view stories. while other peoples input to my life can be useful, it's still my life, not to be told by others - maybe some day i'll grow up (or hopefully not)! very pleased you have other tales to share - that they include the team members from Imprisoned is great - thanks for continuing to share, it's much appreciated! d
  6. NoSkis

    Challenging A God

    i'm enjoying the story, glad to see it continue! it is interesting how often one's own beliefs are religion and 'true' (or 'just' in some cases) but those who hold different beliefs, especially when they are significantly different, are often called out as 'superstitious'. it's all faith (belief without proof/evidence - that which is repeatable) though forcing submission, even 'for their own good' is, for me, a better definition of what evil is, no matter the back stories thanks for continuing to share 🙂
  7. NoSkis

    Chapter 8

    i'm enjoying the story and the descriptions of this world - essell, not so much. he's unprepared for basic survival - feeding a native his limited food, ugh. the tech enables getting back to the ship. the planet - or more likely essell himself - are a different discussion. the powered suit may auto return to the ship should the person become unconscious (or even dead). after the rough arrival, should he return to the ship before mummy and daddy send someone for him, space worthiness is a concern. cia likely wont allow essell's cavalier approach to this planet kill him, at least in the near future, though i'm looking forward to more close calls
  8. NoSkis

    Chapter 18

    so disturbingly good.... thank you!
  9. Thanks Bdanr, what a nice gift to receive! grateful you have found the appropriate muse(s) to feed your creativity in challenging times. thank you for continuing to share! d
  10. NoSkis


    wow, thanks for sharing the completion of your story - really enjoyed the combination of magic, tech and various myths/history. grateful you shared the ending if this book 🙂 d
  11. NoSkis

    Chapter 16

    hi Sui, thank you for finding the strength to overcome the issues you have been faced with - i truly hope your writing is helpful for you personally as you navigate our new reality. please know your creativity, your abilities and the sharing you bestow on us consumers are much appreciated 😉 thanks for making my week - hope someone/something has made yours! d
  12. so glad your chapter is getting the attention it deserves though a parent claiming to have the right to throw out their child's partner - whose house they are visiting - is a vile. self righteous, arrogant, ignorant, petty [insert your least favorite religious text] thumper. i hope jasper, grace and flynn have the strength to see through the statements for the racism it is. ryan does not deserve this baseless condemnation based on silly supersticions. i appreciate your post, apologies for my responses. d
  13. hey geoff, i know you said you had more to tell us after greyson, but i didn't expect the next day - thank you!!! you've taken on some challenging topics - many outside of the typical gay agenda - and i am grateful for that. the variety and lessons you have passed on to your readers are much appreciated. as for texas, i suppose there may be some good parts - NASA is there - but was glad to leave after five plus years there, and i was in a large city. so little tolerance for those who are not carbon copies of the residents, quite a sad place (for those who thrive on diversity). be well! d
  14. NoSkis

    Round Two

    what a nice surprise to see more about lance! i imagine that even for those who have never seen weakest link your writing shows the tension experienced even by the audience - adding lance's stress as a contestant just makes in more real. hope you're safe, engaged and adjusting, d
  15. what a nice start to the weekend - a bdanr post 🙂 glad to see barken growing and staying to the socially acceptable standards d
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