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  1. As always, LOVE your writing. I did notice an odd flaw. First this double sentence: “After paying the driver, Benedik paid the driver.” Then four paragraphs later as he ends his ride from the apparently already paid driver: “Benedik’s legs seemed to work against him as he climbed clumsily out of the car after paying the driver.” I wish I could offer to be a proofreader for you but I’m WAY overbooked already. Reading your stories is one of the few “non-productive” moments I get.
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    Chapter 16

    I’m so glad you kept the alien city part of your first version. I really love that type of story and was worried it might have gone away in your revision. I’d also like to take this opportunity to say that I love your work. All of it. I look forward to every last post you make. (Wow! I sound like a tween with a boy band crush. 😳) I do have one question: I’ve noticed that you name a lot of your protagonists Lane. Any particular reason?
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    Chapter 12

    After reading your comment, I will have to agree the fighting sequence seemed shorter than I would have expected based on earlier chapters but I didn’t really notice it until I read your comment.
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    Chapter 11

    While I agree that I wouldn’t have killed her if I were Skold, I think this behavior is part of the slowly evolving character we are getting to know. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him behave differently by the end of this book.
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    Chapter 1

    While this might not be one of your best edited works, I think it’s an excellent story and I’m enjoying it very much.
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    Chapter 7

    I’m so glad you’re back. I was starting to worry. I really love your work.
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    Chapter 2

    I see two copies of chapter 2 as well and the table of contents shows three chapters. When I click on chapter 3, the page it takes to is entitled: Adermoor Cove: Sanctuary - 3. Chapter 2
  8. I loved this series. In addition to the books here and the ones mentioned in the other review, there’s a “prequel” at: http://www.crvboy.org/stories/cpl/s009/p00.html My only complaints are that it needed some major proofreading and we were left hanging with what seemed to be an obvious setup for the next book but since the most recent one was posted in 2009 after the others were done in regular succession, it’s unlikely that the author will continue. He has written another series since this one but I’m hesitant to read it out of fear of being left hanging again.
  9. Dammit! I’ve so missed your writing and I’m sooooo glad you’re feeling well (enough) to share your wonderful gift with us. It’s been a VERY long time since something I read made my eyes moist. Thank you so much! You’ve made what has been a stressful week, much more tolerable.
  10. Well, if I were experiencing this right after having gone out and had fun for the first time in a long time, I’d say I was probably punishing myself for daring to have a nice time. But that’s just me. My own worst enemy. As for disappointing people: you’re certainly not disappointing me and if you do encounter someone judgmental enough to actually feel that way I say screw ‘em. Let them spend a few days inside your head and see how they cope. I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again. You are amazing. And now for something lighter yet on the topic of people being unre
  11. Man, I have so much respect for you. There are very few times when I wouldn’t say I was “ok” if someone asked. I never have experienced the anxiety and panic you endure. I have to wonder what you do for work. How can you stand to go there feeling like you do? I couldn’t when I felt better than how you describe yourself now. Regardless of how you think of yourself (or what the “demon” inside your head tells you to think about yourself), you are an amazing person. I don’t mean that in some crappy platitudinous way. I mean you and your actions amaze me. While I would NEVE
  12. I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am to hear things are starting to improve even if it’s just a start. For me, there was a tremendous difference between days when I couldn’t imagine things ever getting better and days when I could at least see some slight improvement even if things were still really rotten. That’s what I find the most difficult, the need to constantly monitor my thoughts to try to keep them out of the well worn, maladaptive ruts I’ve formed in my brain. Sadly, I’ve been failing miserably at it. I will suddenly realize that “I’m doing it again” and then real
  13. I won’t command you to “Have a Happy Birthday” (any more than I would demand someone “Have a nice day!”) but I will wish that you do/did/will have one. Your writing is not TMI. It’s real and honest. And totally familiar. It’s unfortunate that your psychiatrist couldn’t find a combination of meds that could at least take the edge off of the “pain” without unbearable side effects. It’s also not that surprising. It took my health care providers and me decades to come up with a combination that works for me. As I’m sure you’ve experienced but others reading this might not know, antide
  14. Albert, I’m so glad (relieved, actually) to see a post from you and so sorry to hear the surface details of why we’ve had to miss you for so long. I wish you lived somewhere in my area because, after a lifetime of chronic depression and PTSD, I could tell you who has been able to help me at least partially recover. If you ever want to talk, send me a message. Please don’t think I’m ignoring you if I don’t respond quickly. With a lot of help, I’ve managed to dig myself out of my own pit far enough that I’m working again. I hope you’re able to find some sense peace and security.
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