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Reply #15 - Jul 6th, 2010 at 8:14pm
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thanks for the kind words. i'm sort of xover driven. The Skulls of Xhia Khum has joined my other stuff at the Library. It is adult in designation, but you can always skip chapter two if you wish.  Again, thanks. It's nice to be appreciated.

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Reply #16 - Jul 6th, 2010 at 8:29pm
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Come on Dragon/Drgn/ao(Just the vowels!)
Chapter 2 is The BEST!  welll,, I thinks it's pretty good reading if not exactly ther best chapter! ( I like the end actually!)!

I can't write my name without vowels.. it comes out as Ls Angry
but I can  sign LtCdr! Cheesy
  

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Reply #17 - Jul 6th, 2010 at 8:56pm
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dragonhavn wrote on Jul 6th, 2010 at 8:14pm:
It is adult in designation...

I'll cope.  Cool
  
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Reply #18 - Jul 6th, 2010 at 9:44pm
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Normandie, I wish Jeff had finished that as well! Shocked I read the whole thing last year in one sitting and was stuck with the cliffhanger at the end! Angry You mentioned Catherine Stewart, I loved "By Invatation Only". It was a great back story for Ginny. Smiley
  

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Reply #19 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 2:21am
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Louise,
He smiles occasionally when talking to Alec.  He's more relaxed and himself then than at any other time.

Normandie,
I'm so glad you liked my Sheila stories!  She's the one who was in my head all those years growing up.  She tantalized Edward from afar until he finally damned security and made her his own.  *sigh*  And the stories mirror that scenario pretty faithfully.  If you've ever been on the UFO Forever database site I put up, and if you accessed my stories through that portal, you'd find a picture of Sheila at the top of the file folder along with a pic of Straker.  That's actually me at 18 (although I look a bit older.)  So I guess you could say that the Sheila stories are very near and dear to my heart. 
However, FYI, I have a new Saga with 6 stories in it that feature a certain fun Brit whose name is Louise.  She gets to captivate The Man in Georgian England.  You should definitely check those out!  (Right, Louise?)
  
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Reply #20 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 4:50am
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Devilsgate is great! A must read! Smiley

Hey Denise, It was Lines in Time that Mom read! And yes she liked it! Wink
  

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Reply #21 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 6:15am
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Yea!  Cool!   Smiley


But you need to tell her I've got much more romantic ones!  :Smiley
  
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Reply #22 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 12:15pm
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I told her to read the rest of Devilsgate! Smiley

When she mentioned Nora Roberts I knew she like your work! Wink
  

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Reply #23 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 2:42pm
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Oh, Matt!  You're so nice!  Wink
Want a job as a book agent?  :Smiley
  
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Reply #24 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 3:38pm
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Normandie: I'm glad you can cope. When I write adult, it's really x-rated. Somehow, only the one chapter went that way, but it was definitely necessary to the plot ... Meanwhile, there are some other items on burner but not on forum because the forum and I don't deal well together. (Denise, Matt and Louise are far brighter than I am in that respect.) So, most of the in progress works are posted at the yahoo version of the writer's guild. They'll go to the library as they are completed. Of course, suffering from complete writer's block at the moment ... good thing everyone else on this list is so prolific and so good at what they do <g>   Grin

off to actually work ...

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Reply #25 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 3:47pm
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Work?
I got to work today at 7.45, checked the FOrum...as always,,, good reading! then went through the other vital sites that need constant monitoring.. Fanderson. Forum, Shado, Thunderbirds ( well, its a habit now!) Forum, Fanfiction , Forum oh yes and the Forum.  Printed off Face Off. read it.  Did the  review for Face Off .

Then at 9.30 I started work.. and had no-one to teach.  Sad

And still had no-one at 10.15.  Cry

so I doodled (unsuccessfullly I might add.. not a good drawing day,)then did some writing. Smiley

12.30 went to my other school site....no pupils, nothing to do....so I wrote some more. Cool

And here i am again. preparing to write even more! :Smiley

Gosh its a hard life! Cheesy

Dragon.... I really like your x-rated stuff. wouldn't normally read that type of thing, but its great fun!  Smiley!
  

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Reply #26 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 4:15pm
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You just have a thing about kitchen tables .... LOL I'm glad you enjoy it. Next one, if it gets written, is a bit ... dark (What am I saying? A bit dark???? definitive nasty mythos stuffness) laters

dragon off to figure out if she really needs to absolutely work today or not ... probably.
  
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Reply #27 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 4:54pm
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Me? Kitchen Tables? Me?
No... that's not me!

although i do have a very nice kitchen table and an even nicer ( and bigger ) dining room table.
I just appreciate interesting writing! There's nothing wrong with that,  is there?

Well?

Getting shirty here!!

not really!
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Reply #28 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 5:18pm
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Okay.  I'll bite.  How do you get 'shirty'?

And yes.  You DO have a thing for kitchen tables!  Shall we ask your hubby?  Wink
  
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Reply #29 - Jul 7th, 2010 at 5:28pm
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Shirty? It means getting arsy. Angry. stroppy, cross.. like Ed is with Jackosn.. only not quite as bad as that! Cheesy
 

Tables? Shocked
  

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