Blackie

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2017-Jul-14 @ 6:06 PM
Bridget
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2017-Jul-19 @ 7:08 AM
peace2300
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Long time no see. The first mind control story that I ever read was by you. I'm curious to know if you ever finished The Book? I'm also loving the new story so far.


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2017-Aug-3 @ 11:47 PM
Blackie
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I had three endings for The Book and lost all of them in a disk crash. So I'd have to go revisit the entire story and try to reconstruct the ending from where I left off. In fact, I wouldn't have any copies of the story if it hadn't been preserved on line. I've lost a few of the other stories I wrote from that period as well. Some of the Files of the Institute and a favorite of mine about a teacher I once had. One deals with what one can though.


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2017-Aug-4 @ 4:52 AM
Blackie
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oh, general recommendation for Psionic science fiction, straight up mainstream stuff. James H. Schmitz. You can google him.


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-Himself

"Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren't distracted by the total lack of content in your writing." -Randy K. Milholland
2017-Aug-13 @ 9:35 PM
Blackie
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Really awful formatting has been corrected.


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-Himself

"Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren't distracted by the total lack of content in your writing." -Randy K. Milholland
2017-Aug-15 @ 1:12 AM
LordMhoram
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What a refreshing surprise.  I've really enjoyed your past work and look forward to reading more.


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2017-Aug-25 @ 10:31 PM
Darkside_6
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I clicked on the story because it was in the new section.

The story is so good and had me immersed in the "Powers" struggle that I can not wait for the next installment.

BRAVO!


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2019-May-23 @ 6:05 AM
ptbrainum
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Member since 2019-May-14
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the book

I'm sure you've been asked this before, but I've been tracking down your old stuff so i can read it all again after many years.  It seems that asstr has kept an archive of all of it.  Hooray!
How many published chapters were in 'the book?' I've found 13, and one instance of 20, but that was just a reformatting issue, and was actually incomplete.


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2019-May-23 @ 8:54 AM
Blackie
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ptbrainum wrote:

the book

I'm sure you've been asked this before, but I've been tracking down your old stuff so i can read it all again after many years.  It seems that asstr has kept an archive of all of it.  Hooray!
How many published chapters were in 'the book?' I've found 13, and one instance of 20, but that was just a reformatting issue, and was actually incomplete.

Funny. I only remember thirteen or fourteen chapters with four or five short Institute stories,teacher, oriental, and two or three others I sent through anon.penet.fi ...and one and only one chapter of Tommy takes charge. One of the missing was a request lesbian  piece for  a woman I knew off line.
So you say you came across a  chapter twenty? Huh. I don't  remember more than fourteen.


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-Himself

"Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren't distracted by the total lack of content in your writing." -Randy K. Milholland
2019-May-24 @ 9:02 AM
ptbrainum
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you say you came across a  chapter twenty? Huh. I don't  remember more than fourteen.


The 20 chapter version, was a actually chapters 1-12, but had been put together, and then re broken to fit a specific for size.  It was on ~kristens asstr favorites page.  You have your own asstr archive page, and i could find chapters 1-13, plus several tales of the institute there.  https://www.asstr.org/files/Authors/Apa … b/Blackie/

So far I've not located chapter 14 anywhere.  13 ends with the confrontation between Jezebel and Jones.

PT


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2019-Jun-26 @ 8:36 PM
Blackie
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I'll give it some thought. Have been looking it over again and finding horrible spelling in a few places. That alone makes it worth at least a spelling edit on the thing.

Meanwhile I am working on other things. Ashes is in the same universe as Touch of Green, which, was unplanned at first but worked out well as such. Other things have been dashed off as two page idea things. Mostly because I'm lazy.


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-Himself

"Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren't distracted by the total lack of content in your writing." -Randy K. Milholland

I suspect the most I can say here is I just started writing again recently. Not sure how my output will be either in frequency or volume.

As a point of interest. I intend to continue with all my stories but my life does not give much time for writing often. I had problems with The Contribution and am still trying to re-work the outline for it.

All works of course are fiction. Any resemblance to myself or others are purely coincidental and delightful.