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Linxe Termoil

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  1. Can we have another Trevor/Shane adventure, preeeeeeettttty please? With a cherry on top Maybe less pirates though. I like Trevor.
  2. Took a long while, and for part of it I was in the hospital, but I finally got the story read in under a week. Great job, it was, as ever, utterly brilliant, and I daresay has become my all time favorite.
  3. 32 years old and i'm in the hospital because of a heart attack. Who knew.

    1. Daddydavek

      Daddydavek

      Hugs and take care!

    2. Graeme

      Graeme

      ~hug~ The best man at my wedding had a heart attack at that age, too. It happens for some people.

  4. So it's Team Recognition month. I thought I'd publicly acknowledge in my forum my team. For a full read on the recognition by many of the other talented authors we have here at gayauthors.org, you can follow this link there. https://www.gayauthors.org/forums/topic/36754-team-recognition-2013/ Oh Lordy, where do I start. When I first started out, I had many questions regarding the rules of the site, how to do things, and needed encouragement in the process. C James was the one who gave me this encouragement, answered my questions, and let me loose to wreak havoc on the writing world. Without him I would have never started. David McLeod, a true inspiration for writers ever. He was my first editor, my first beta reader. Without his insight, many stories I have written would have never been. (Yeah, I know, so many aren't even completed yet. I have not forgotten). You've lead to many truly inspirational paragraphs being written, and without you, many of my characters wouldn't be whom they are. Thank you. Cia, my first beta-reader, an editor in her own right, and an amazing story teller as well. She has always faithfully worked with me, and even though she's busy busy busy, still continues to work with me. She even tracks me down every six months or so just to make sure I am still alive and kicking. Thank you. Nephylim, without whom Patrick and his family would not be possible. Many regards for giving me access to your daughters knowledge of the welsh language, for encouraging me, and for brit-picking my Spider Webs, and just for being you. Without your insight...I don't know. Thank you. Colinian, for being fantastic as always, especially when I informed you that you were now on my team, not giving you a single moment to get out of it. I'm sure it wasn't easy for you, especially since you're still in college and were busy busy busy. Thank you. Amelia, for being a great reader, providing reviews when I wasn't getting very many. In the end, just like Colinian, I dragged you onto my team, kicking and screaming every step of the way, but I never regretted a minute of it. Thank you. KJames, for knitpicking at the continuity and providing insight. You were another I roped onto my team, and I haven't regretted a single moment of it. Thank you. Benji, you were there from the first and are extremely valued. I thank you for giving me much needed insight when my emotions were all blah and encouraging me to keep going. Thank you. Rush, one of my first beta readers. You've always been fantastic, and in more ways than one, a second mom ever since I got here. Sat8997 - When David got sick you were there to pick up the pieces when he wasn't able to do so. You tightened my paragraphs up, corrected my spelling and grammar, and you always managed to do it so fast. I thank all of you, and my readers too. You were patient with me, always picking up where we'd left off everytime I disappeared for one reason or another, encouraging and buttkicking when you all needed to be.
  5. Oh Lordy, where do I start. When I first started out, I had many questions regarding the rules of the site, how to do things, and needed encouragement in the process. C James was the one who gave me this encouragement, answered my questions, and let me loose to wreak havoc on the writing world. Without him I would have never started. David McLeod, a true inspiration for writers ever. He was my first editor, my first beta reader. Without his insight, many stories I have written would have never been. (Yeah, I know, so many aren't even completed yet. I have not forgotten). You've lead to many truly inspirational paragraphs being written, and without you, many of my characters wouldn't be whom they are. Thank you. Cia, my first beta-reader, an editor in her own right, and an amazing story teller as well. She has always faithfully worked with me, and even though she's busy busy busy, still continues to work with me. She even tracks me down every six months or so just to make sure I am still alive and kicking. Thank you. Nephylim, without whom Patrick and his family would not be possible. Many regards for giving me access to your daughters knowledge of the welsh language, for encouraging me, and for brit-picking my Spider Webs, and just for being you. Without your insight...I don't know. Thank you. Colinian, for being fantastic as always, especially when I informed you that you were now on my team, not giving you a single moment to get out of it. I'm sure it wasn't easy for you, especially since you're still in college and were busy busy busy. Thank you. Amelia, for being a great reader, providing reviews when I wasn't getting very many. In the end, just like Colinian, I dragged you onto my team, kicking and screaming every step of the way, but I never regretted a minute of it. Thank you. KJames, for knitpicking at the continuity and providing insight. You were another I roped onto my team, and I haven't regretted a single moment of it. Thank you. Benji, you were there from the first and are extremely valued. I thank you for giving me much needed insight when my emotions were all blah and encouraging me to keep going. Thank you. Rush, one of my first beta readers. You've always been fantastic, and in more ways than one, a second mom ever since I got here. Sat8997 - When David got sick you were there to pick up the pieces when he wasn't able to do so. You tightened my paragraphs up, corrected my spelling and grammar, and you always managed to do it so fast. I thank all of you, and my readers too. You were patient with me, always picking up where we'd left off everytime I disappeared for one reason or another, encouraging and buttkicking when you all needed to be.
  6. Whoa...I've been a member for 5 years now? Where did the time go?

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    2. Lisa

      Lisa

      Maybe we'll see some "Spider Webs" around here.......(hint, hint)

    3. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      @Lisa I've been hoping for that one, too. :(

    4. Lisa

      Lisa

      @Page Scrawler: Ikr? I've given up hope! :( 

  7. I just found out about this. She is and always has been one of my favorite authors, ever. Her stories about Pern are so fascinating that I devoured DK's fanfic when I found out about it. If you haven't read her books, I highly recommend you do so. She is, in my opinion, well worth the read. She's even worth the money spent on buying her books and outright owning them. I am just thankful that it appears that her son, Todd, may be taking up the reigns when it comes to the planet Pern. Linxe
  8. Where have you been, Mister?

  9. La de da da. Okay, so I edited LAF earlier. Cia put the revised version back up. Nothing really changed. The story is still the same, just not so many errors now, I think. Anyways, thanks to everyone who read and left reviews on LAF. They're much appreciated. Linxe
  10. Interesting. I would and have followed a straight narrator before. One author who is gay and who has told a story from a straight person's p.o.v. is Graeme (yes, Moderator Graeme) in his story "New Brother" If done right, it can be a rather exceptionally good read. I'll let you be the judge though. Just don't tell Graeme I tattled on him and his talents. Linxe
  11. Chapter 15 of Spider Webs is up. Please leave me with something to respond too. Thanks, Linxe 16 will not be up next week. I still need to write it. Sorry, got sick a few days ago and then I have finals this week, too. Things got hectic, but I have all week off next week, so I'll be able to catch up.
  12. “When did he go to bed?” Voices were annoying me; someone wouldn’t stop shaking me. I brushed a hand away, grabbed for my blanket and buried myself under it, using my pillow to shield my ears. “I don’t think he’s getting up.” Whoever he was, he was right: I definitely had no intention of getting up. Someone sighed. “Let him sleep. I’ll leave him a note.” Whatever the response was to that, I had no idea, because the voices went away and I went right back to sleep. It was quiet in the house;
  13. A fascinating read from beginning to end. I do hope we see more of this. I have a funny feeling the story isn't quite over yet, not if Arial wasn't injected as completely as Asta believed he was. Hrm...perhaps the next anthology should be "Payback's a bitch". LoL. Thanks, Linxe
  14. Linxe Termoil

    L.A.F.

    Thanks. Sorry about the lost part and the typos. Part of the problem is from staying up 27 hours writing this out at the last minute and then editing it in the same time frame after 2 hours of sleep. I readily acknowledge there were a few things (okay, more than a few things) that were missed, and I will go back and fix those. Promise.
  15. This was very Romeo and Juliet-ish with a twist. The idea of a dragon...will...you know...hawt. Thanks for writing it. Linxe
  16. I am so glad someone submitted poems for this anthology. It wouldn't be a proper legends anthology without them, I think. I find it even more fitting that you took characters from Greek mythology and history. Thanks for displaying your talents for all to see. Linxe
  17. I found this to be an interesting read, especially with the way the protagonist was so willing, at the end, to embrace the demon, knowing that he would die. It says a lot, about human nature. A well written story. Thanks for a good read, Linxe
  18. It's like...reading Twilight, but with wolves and no broken headboards. Why are there no broken headboards??? The idea of a shaman priest is pretty interesting, though the parts about the alpha's wolf and being a werewolf were confusing. I'm going to believe that when the alpha was referring to his wolf he meant his inner werewolf. Hrm. Do continue this. I get a feeling it would have been better understood if it had been a serial rather than an anthology. Also, you have to continue this, because the idea of a pussy-assed shaman freaks me out. I'm like...ready to find this one book starring Ali Baba somehow just so I can throw it at you. So yeah. Write more Linxe
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