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2016-Mar-9 @ 7:59 PM
Bridget
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2016-Mar-13 @ 4:32 AM
Daddycums
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Member since 2014-Jun-27
Posts: 121

Hi, bistander!

Are you the same bistander I remember from years ago on XNXX?  If so, I take it you've returned from your "extended vacation?"  Good to see you here on the Wolfpub!


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2016-Mar-19 @ 7:29 PM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Daddycums wrote:

Hi, bistander!

Are you the same bistander I remember from years ago on XNXX?  If so, I take it you've returned from your "extended vacation?"  Good to see you here on the Wolfpub!

I guess you haven't read the comments I posted on your story? Yes, it's me. I survived, but certainly not unscathed. I have PTSD along with many other physical and emotional scars. I've been receiving treatment for a year and trying different medications, but still having issues. I'm finally trying to do some writing. I'd appreciate your feedback on Potential. It's a very long story I wrote on paper, the only thing available at the resort, I've been working to type it in and edit it for awhile. Finally started posting it. I put the first chapter up on XN stories site and on Wolfpub last Friday. Since then I got 10,000 reads and 70 votes and 5 comments on xn, and 200 reads with 1 comment here. But, xn rejected chapter 2 for underage material. oops! Teenagers having sex, imagine that. Hopefully, I can steer some of their readers over here.

I look forward to reading your stuff. I always thought you were one of the best authors over there. I still tell people about the Chair. Loved that one.
Keep in touch. I need all the help I can get.
bistander


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2016-Apr-23 @ 6:48 PM
Reizo
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Member since 2012-Jul-21
Posts: 4



Thank you Bistander, for posting your work here. I followed your work on xn. I loved it, but they censor stuff that shouldn't be. You have a loyal reader here. A fan.

Reizo


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2017-Aug-8 @ 8:57 AM
HendrixMorton
Inebriated
Member since 2017-Aug-4
Posts: 27

Hey there,

Was reading your story "My Neighbors Incest" on the other site, but it seems that the other site has removed all but one chapter of this story (My Neighbor's Incest Part VI (revised))....Never got to finish it...Is there another site that might be hosting it?


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2017-Oct-26 @ 7:08 PM
Todger65
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Member since 2017-Mar-17
Posts: 8

Dinner Surprise for Three

Just finished reading this. I liked the twist at the end and the way you kept mentioning yourself. It fitted in perfectly.


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2017-Oct-26 @ 8:35 PM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Thanks Todger65. I wasn't going to post it here because it was so specific to that other site, so I glad you enjoyed it. I hope the guy I wrote it for enjoys in and actually gets it to happen.


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2018-Jun-16 @ 4:51 AM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Reposts

I had to repost a couple of stories because of a formatting problem. Nothing changed except fixing the issue.


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2018-Jul-25 @ 12:48 PM
Darkside_6
Tipsy
Member since 2016-Aug-10
Posts: 8

Enjoying "Potential"

Really enjoying the story and the build up between the main characters (no spoilers).


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2018-Jul-25 @ 7:39 PM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Darkside_6 wrote:

Enjoying "Potential"

Really enjoying the story and the build up between the main characters (no spoilers).

Thank you that means a lot. Hope I can keep up that standard through the end.


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2019-Jan-14 @ 8:59 AM
Anganell Brigette
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Member since 2018-Dec-15
Posts: 3

Me Posting

Hi, I believe you and Eric are friends.  I plan to begin posting some of my short stories here shortly.  I love your work.  I am traveling so hsv3 had no time to read, however I think I am on chapter 17 of POTENTIAL.  I agree with the other commentators, you are the best author on this site.  Let Eriic know as soon as I get another credit card in dollars I will help with donations as well.  Anganell Brigette


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I guess I want to be the next D L James the author of 50 shades of Gray.
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2019-Sep-16 @ 3:39 AM
defaultedname
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Member since 2019-Aug-25
Posts: 2

great story!

I just wanted to drop in and say that I really like your work! "Potential" is a great series!


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2020-Jul-18 @ 6:45 AM
Sensualist
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Member since 2019-Oct-15
Posts: 7

Hey bistander...good to see you here.


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2020-Aug-9 @ 12:53 AM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Sensualist wrote:

Hey bistander...good to see you here.

I should be saying that since I've been here longer, but I'm sorry to say I just saw this message. I hope you're having hurt here.


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2020-Sep-24 @ 12:58 AM
dvahor
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Member since 2017-Dec-1
Posts: 1



Really like this story can’t wait for the next chapter.


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2020-Sep-24 @ 11:51 PM
Eric Storm
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Member since 2006-Sep-13
Posts: 5036

dvahor wrote:



Really like this story can’t wait for the next chapter.

Perhaps this should have been posted to an actual story thread, then?

Eric Storm


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2021-Jan-16 @ 12:12 AM
Mindreader
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Member since 2021-Jan-12
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Potential

I AM HOOKED!  Like an addict I anxiously await the next chapter. Great story and well written.


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2021-Jan-16 @ 2:54 AM
Eric Storm
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Member since 2006-Sep-13
Posts: 5036

Mindreader wrote:

Potential

I AM HOOKED!  Like an addict I anxiously await the next chapter. Great story and well written.

Just a procedural note:  This comment should have been posted directly to the story's discussion thread: Potential Discussion Thread

Eric Storm


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2021-Mar-27 @ 8:51 AM
Stretchlace
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Member since 2021-Mar-27
Posts: 1

Thank you

Hi, I have been following your 2 long running stories on another site and now here. Your posts here are current and not censored. I find both of these stories to be interesting and enjoy following them. I confess, you have me hooked. I want to say how much I appreciate your efforts. Writing anything is not easy. Keeping two different story lines running concurrently has to be a challenge. I am looking forward to your next chapter(s) of Potential. Thank you again for sharing your stories with us.


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2021-Mar-29 @ 4:58 AM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Stretchlace wrote:

Thank you

Writing anything is not easy.

Ain't that the truth. Thank you for taking the time to comment. I love to hear from readers. I wish I could post more often to give people more opportunities to comment, but life takes up so much time.

I'm not actually writing both of those. Writing Potential now, but only cleaning up My Neighbor's Incest. Although, that has proven to be a lot more work than I expected. At first I was just fixing errors that Grammarly and Google docs picked up. Then I realized how horrible my early work was, and started making a few changes when I saw something that was hard to follow. At one point while proofreading I was confused about what was going on, and I wrote the story, so I had to fix it up.


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2021-Apr-5 @ 2:40 AM
Phredd
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Posts: 2



Greetings Bistander

I have written but not yet submitted a few stories that I would call fictional. Like yours they draw from real people and events in my life with actual names, locations, dates changed.

I'm writing here because something in your bio struck a nerve. Like you Ethel grew up with a severe learning disability (dyslexia) that went completely untreated. It is something that changed the course of our lives.

We hope all is better than good with you and look forward to reading your work.

Fred and Ethel


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Phredd is the author of this message. Ethyl merely listens and makes suggestions.
Fred and Ethel are fictional beings and are not misspellings of Phredd and Ethyl.
2021-Apr-7 @ 7:24 AM
bistander
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Member since 2015-Sep-3
Posts: 180

Phredd wrote:




I'm writing here because something in your bio struck a nerve. Like you Ethel grew up with a severe learning disability (dyslexia) that went completely untreated. It is something that changed the course of our lives.

We hope all is better than good with you and look forward to reading your work.

Fred and Ethel

Hello and thank you for reaching out.

Stories drawn from and based on actual events along with writing what you know make the best stuff. I hope you'll get some stuff written and posted.

I agree, it does change the course of our lives. That might sound drastic, but it is true. I could write a book on all the way feeling stupid and trying to hide it or compensate for not being able to spell and read has fucked up my life. I'm grateful after so many years I took a stab at writing. I'm a great storyteller, but the effort required to get it out pushes me to the brink of giving up often. Technology has helped. Things like Grammarly, even though you can't expect it to be correct, catch enough stuff and gives educational help when it finds something it thinks is wrong.

Good luck you you


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About the Bistander:
I grew up with a severe learning disability that went untreated, so I avoided reading and writing as much as possible. Then one day, I thought, maybe I should write a story? That was about when I created My Neighbor's Incest. It was supposed to be a two chapter short story. People asked for more, so I went on.

I realized pretty quickly that I had a lot to learn. There's a limit to how much I can do. I hope you won't hold any of that against me, nor will you excuse poor writing. I welcome your feedback.

About my stories:
Mostly I write fictional stories, but they often draw from real people and events. All names, locations and time-lines are changed to protect the guilty.