1631 days ago
'Stephen of Thampton' has had a petulant strop and flounced out of the building.
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I love this. Obviously the market is rather niche, but for what it is, it is brilliant. I read it a few hours ago and the line “‘Aaaaaahhhh! My legs!! My legs!!!’ she cried, screaming about her legs” has been rattling around my brain and making me chuckle all morning. I have some section...
Hey Jak –
I just stopped by to say I read the opening chapters weeks ago and actually had you shelved for about a month, but I failed to comment and drifted away from Authonomy for a while. I’ve only just noticed that you made last month’s ED – congrats. I’m sure that you were well outside the ...
Hey Dave –
Cheers for the feedback. My own best friend’s mother was a lovely woman – but rather stout and homely. I keep saying that ‘Stephen’ isn’t autobiographical, but I’m starting to get the impression that people are thinking “He doth protest too much.”
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Hey Thomas –
While I suspect we’ll never agree on the correlation between weight of topic and intellectual grit (I overstated my viewpoint on the forum a little, as it’s something of a bugbear of mine), I do in fact love a good weighty novel. My personal problem is that I find so many unbearably...
Hey K. –
Ta for your kind comments about ‘Stephen of Thampton’. Those tiddlywinks terms are indeed accurate. I did have a line in about a ‘John Lennon Memorial Shot’ (which is a simultaneous boondock and squop, just in case you didn’t know!) but it was darling that I regretfully put to death a ...