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Hello again, Authonomy dwellers. After a little bit of a rewrite on The Shiny Things and some headway on a few new projects, I've decided to give TST's new wheels a spin. Let me know what you think, and I'll do the same.

The Shiny Things is complete at around 72k, but partially uploaded here with more to come, perhaps.

Outside the site I can be reached at creed2307@gmail.com.


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I wrote 1515 days ago

I read several chapters and I knew I was going to back this on premise and other elements. But there are some concerns I have. Over reliance at times with -ly words and other common, lazy adjectives. As in your opening sentence 'the day started unremarkably,' well, don't remark on it then. I'm... view book

I wrote 1530 days ago

B.J.-- I read ch 1 for now. Dialogue's working. Lots going on, great capture of the two reporters pecker contest with each other (I know one's a woman, but that's what they're engaged in). But I'm not feeling the imagery. I didn't feel a sense of place as much as I'd like. Doesn't need a w... view book

I wrote 1538 days ago

I read ch 1 and 4. It's your story and backed without reservation. It flowed nicely, no glaring nits I could see. Very entertaining and heart pulling at the same time. I just spent a weekend with my dad building a deck extension in the backyard. We hadn't done something like that together in... view book

I wrote 1554 days ago

I read ch 1 and 4. As a native Texan, I was immediately drawn by the subject matter and pitch. Perhaps nowhere in my State's history was there so much upheaval as in the post Civil War era. The Kings, the Armstrongs, and Goodnight/Loving were making their marks. Cattle were being raised on the... view book

I wrote 1557 days ago

I read ch 1, 2, and parts of 20. I see a lot of comments about Dan Brown and such below, but you might be happy to know I've never read him. What I see here is a great story basis, imaginative characters, and brilliant imagery based upon a masterful and passionate study of history. At 138,000... view book

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