|14 Jun 2003|| Danielle Weber|
I really like your works, they're very good. I hope you keep writing, I'll enjoy reading.
P.S I miss all you guys... Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Thanks for stopping by! I shall always write We all miss you too!"
|26 Jun 2003|| J (Proudfoot) Taylor|
I love your "War Across Time". It is absolutely captivating. The more I read, the more I want. *grins* Be sure to let me know when you update. Okay? Thanks. ^_~ Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Well thank you; I'm not sure when I'll next update, but I'll let you know "
|30 Jul 2003|| Jennifer L. Charbonneau|
Hi!! Thank you for stopping by my gallery! Your writing is great! Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Thank you for saying thank you! Lol, and thank you again! See you around ^_^"
|7 Aug 2003|| Teresa M. Vogtman|
Hello, fellow Library crawler, and member of the Green Ajah! This is Alarany. Just wanted to see how the link-making went. Glad I could be of some help.
Tere-chan Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Another Green, hmm? Well, thanks for the html help... I always love a change to explpre these strange ter'angreal more! "
|18 Sep 2003|| Elyzabeth 'Dalamar Niexius' Smith|
Wee...I just had to say I had much fun reading your stories..please let me know when you update so I can enjoy even more of your story goodness^^ Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Thank you I'll add you to my list."
|18 Sep 2003|| Dylan Cline|
Great work. I really enjoyed your "War Across Time" story. Really well done. From one Jordan fan to another, great work.
Dylan Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Why thank you I actually wrote this long before I read any WoT books but it's good to know another Jordan fan exists! Haha"
|20 Dec 2003|| Pete Anderson (Writer who has forgotten password)|
!Hola! Tu escribes muy beuno... errr.. langauges getting confused again. As usual, I enjoyed your work Carla. I know the true reason *whispers* it is because we share the same last name and aren't related! Exactly that reason! None others /joking... Keep it up, and thank you for all your comments to my lengthy writings as well, the favour has been returned... (ohhh mind in the gutter.. noooo)
-Pete Carla K. Anderson
replies: "Hahaha, merci mon copin
I'm always happy to do you a favor (nooo, mind in the gutter, but you started it!)"
|30 Apr 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Hello Carla! I just wanted to invite you to join the group Inkwell Artisans, of which you can see a wee bit of info on my main page about previous projects ... I'll give you directions since it seems to be a busy hive ... it's near the bottom of the blinding assortment of colored paragraphs. Basically it's a group founded by me, and I give out "projects", usually a theme, photo, or some other type of challenge, around which the project is based and we wait the required deadline time and see the different interpretations everyone has produced. If you'd like details on the latest two projects, just send me an e-mail and I'll give you the attachments. Best of luck with your writing!
|16 Sep 2007|| Mutt|
All that being said, the story is engaging and interesting. Describe Willow. Does she have long hair (I think so). What color is it? What color is she? Is she skinny? Fat? Athletic? Also, let me know more about the world. They have dragons, but are there other 'mythical' creatures in this world? I would like to see more of it, so if you ever intend to put more up please email me to let me know.
|16 Sep 2007|| Mutt|
I have read chapters 1 and 2 of War Across Time (mostly because that is all you have posted on that series - bad you). A couple of comments on form. You have a tendency to "flow" your paragraphs (that's what I'm calling it anyway.) By that I mean you have Person A say something in paragraph one, have Person B's ACTION response in the same paragraph and then have Person B say something in the next paragraph. (I'm word hehe). The general rule is that all actions for a character should be in that character's own paragraph.
Limit the use of -ly words (Limit does NOT mean Eliminate). Just make sure you actually