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""Not today, nah. I'll do that tomorrow. Tomorrow comes and it's still today. Tomorrow is a relative term. We're not getting there."
Jokes aside, really looking forward to the next chapter!
(posted from the Item Information Page)
I sure wish I had somebody to proofread this chapter and give me a title. I've spent my whole weekend on it. I'm posting it here tomorrow even if I don't find someone, and you'll have only yourselves to blame for the errors.
Been following you since you first posted this story and I created this account just to let you know that I check the page for updates every single day. Hope it will be ready soon. But of course if you don't think it's ready yet, take all the time you need :)
Thank you Jenson. It was ready last week, but I reconsidered and added two more pieces at the end that without it seemed I had cheated the readers and maybe even Darlene. I hope to wrap it up soon.
Now that you're on this awesome site, check out some of the stories here. There are some great authors here. Hopefully, you won't find them so interesting that you forget about me.
Last edited by bistander (2018-04-13 13:19:09)
This author is learning quickly and her raw intelligence is worthy of your time.
(posted from Chapter 4: Its Dangerous to Squeeze the Charmin)
Um.... I'm pretty sure the author in question is a "him", not a "her"...
Eric, in spite of your surety I find the stories have a definite feminine touch. This is probably one of the reasons I like them.
Well, let's put it this way: I know this person's first name. Unless their parents were VERY odd, it's a "him".
PS: Not every man thinks the same way. Not every woman thinks the same way. Some men do think like women. Some women do think like men. A man could have a more feminine writing style. A woman could have a more masculine writing style. Suffice to say, you like this author's style, which has nothing to do with whether it's a man, woman, or chimpanzee.