I’ve got Simon to post one story up, will post the next one when it comes back from the tutor..marked. I hope people recognise the main character, and would appreciate feedback.
Lore, exposition & world building
Is ‘lore’ something which excites you or provokes a roll of the eyes? If you’re not a regular reader or viewer of genre fiction, especially science fiction and fantasy, you may not even have heard Read more…
Emma · July 19, 2007 at 10:28 am
…. and its about time you shared your website!!!! Looking forward to having a good read of your site over the weekend!!!!
Ben · July 23, 2007 at 1:36 pm
Hey it’s Ben here. B3N from FXhome as Simon knows. Well I read your story and it was great. You captured the emotion in it very very well. I love the way you also explain the feelings and textures of objects through the story, it really helps you concentrate on the story while feeling…IN it.
The puncuation is great as well ;).
I just have to say that I can’t wait for more stories coming from you and Simon.
Congratulations. <(that's a big word) Ben
Leiali · July 23, 2007 at 3:32 pm
Thanks very much Ben, it was scary posting the story up, but exciting too, and it’s great to have a positive response, though I can’t take all the credit for the punctuation. Simon is a hard task master when it comes to grammar..
Ben · July 24, 2007 at 1:31 pm
Don’t we all know 🙂
Lucy · August 20, 2007 at 7:18 pm
Thanks for sharing! I have finally been able to spend some time reading your stories.
Apart from the insight into the dark corners of your minds, (!) I would be very interested to find out from you both what prompted you to chose the subjects and styles you did.
Well done for publishing. Rest assured you are applauded and not damned!
p.s. My punctuation is rubbish and I’m very proud of it. ;-P Plus I’m using a laptop keyboard which is like cramming your mind into the slot of a VCR. Tricky and pointless.