Julie and I miss her
I'm glad to see my two favorite characters reunited in the end. It was a great ride that I enjoyed alot. Thanks LB. Hope to read you again soon.
wolff96 said:Man, now I'm kinda bummed... no more storyhour!
Lazybones said:Thanks for the kudos, everyone! I've really enjoyed writing this tale, but it never would have gotten this long without all your comments.
Heh, me too. I finished TSC a few weeks ago, and have been feeling a bit antsy without a writing project to work on. I do have something in mind that I will probably end up posting here (just too addicted to the feedback I got here, as opposed to the constant form letter rejections from agents and publishers). You'll probably see my name in the SH forum again before too long, doing terrible things to a new group of characters...
Lazybones said:Heh, I'm afraid to ask.
Thanks for the kind words!
ajanders said:The basic ingredient for writing success. Apply butt to chair. Do not leave chair until 500 words come out.
When distractions arise, remind yourself that your butt is made of lead, and you must write 500 words before moving.
From Richard Nixon: sadly, that's one of his better moments.
Thank you for that !!!Lazybones said:I thought about ending it on a less optimistic note, perhaps with a small scene in the Abyss, but ultimately I preferred this one. I'm not a big fan of epic play, and doubt I'll ever get back to these characters, so I think they have earned some peace and happiness after all I've put them through these last few years.
Lazybones said:I'm not a big fan of epic play, and doubt I'll ever get back to these characters, so I think they have earned some peace and happiness after all I've put them through these last few years.
Lazybones said:Thanks again to all readers who took the time to post feedback in this story thread.