|10 Jun 2003|| Adam Hunt|
You might remember me, you might not... Anyway, I asked for help on the Elftown forums with my story, Deception of the Traitor. You and a couple of others came to help me and I took in your advise and knowledge. Now, a completely redone version of the first prologue is up in my gallery. I want to get the opinions of the ones that helped me with the story to see where I have gone with it, better or worse, or can still be improved. I have other chapters done, but I only put one of them up in case they need more work. Several things have been changed and I was hoping for your opinion of the first prologue now. Whether you do or don't come, thank you for your help in the beginning
I will read some of your other stories now, later...
|23 Dec 2003|| Lindsey M. Butler |
I don't really know if you still check this or not... But Merry Christmas Erik! And a Happy New Year at that
|25 Dec 2003|| Segun Williams|
Merry Christmas Erik! Erik Jensen
replies: "Comment number 100. Congratulations! You've won an electric salami and a swimming trip to the Azores! Send me a post card when you get there."
|29 Dec 2003|| Emilie Aurora Finn|
Hey, I see new stuff! Or at least, stuff that wasn't up here the last time I looked, which, granted, was a while ago! I should hurry up with my work projects so I can go read! *absently trails fingers along bookshelf on her way out, then wipes hand on jeans* Still haven't dusted in here, I see... Oh, and thanks for the help with my map! (See your Elftown messages.) Erik Jensen
replies: " Maybe I can send in a cleaning crew sometime during January. I have no exams, so January's basically a month off for me. The problem would then be net access, which I can only get at university, a 10-12 kilometer ride on bike each way. That's about seven miles each way.You're most welcome with the map. If you want any help just ask. And if you want comments on your map, I have some of those, too. Anyway, don't feel obliged to read anything. The active Elfwood people are more deserving of your attention."
|2 Jan 2004|| Segun Williams|
Happy after New year to you too. It's Jan 2nd everywhere 2,000 miles east of EASTERN STANDARD TIME.
|28 Apr 2004|| Aimee ' Igorina ' Duncan|
The reason behind the long silence. Yeah yeah yeah...I'm so excited!
And I hang out at Elftown as well...feel free to drop in, I'm under the name of Igorina.
|22 May 2004|| Harald Thingelstad|
Hello! How goes? Any signs of life?
(I'm sure you've noticed that I may have a sharp tongue. But I'm also a fool. Okay?) Erik Jensen
replies: "Sounds like something I might have said. I don't recall being annoyed at you at any time, though. Anyway, there are only very few signs of life near my shelf, and it will remain like that for the time being."
|12 Jan 2005|| Ben C. Brannan|
Ah, Erik! I have to say I love your writing. You've made an imaginative world and brought it to life with all these well written and thought out stories. My favorites have been the Coya Crisis and (strangely) Norin. I'm hoping to get the chance to read the next chapters in both, whenever they get done.
As a side note, I'm thinking about including the number of words/pages in the description, as it helped me out. I hope you don't mind me doing this.
I'll try to make time this weekend to read Tayornh, too. Good job and keep on writing! Erik Jensen
replies: "*chuckle* I don't mind a bit about the pages thing, and when I get the time I'll put up a link to your shelf as well.As for mentioning the pages, I originally just mentioned the number of bytes. Nobody could use that, though, and I think Kelsie Hahn picked up on this. She introduced the number of pages, and I stole it from her. I didn't even ask.Anyway, the next time I come near a net connection, I'll make sure to bring some of the 'missing' texts around and send them to you. Thanks for the comment!"
|27 Jun 2005|| Bigged Ed|
I remember coming upon your stories looking for something by another artist. I stumbled upon Gorbag and loved it instantly. Is there any chance that story will continue? Erik Jensen
replies: "Yes and no, actually. The story has continued, but it will not be posted on Elfwood. If you are really keen to read more, I can mail it to you."
|2 Nov 2005|| Nana Leonti|
Thanks for commenting on my little dwarf! I see you have a longer beard than his!
hehehe I liked your library! I will try and read more later though, now I have linear design and it's such a pain in the bum! Thanks again for your comments! Erik Jensen
replies: "Had I been in a more active mood, I might have looked up what 'linear design' actually is. For now I'll just settle for it being a pain in the bum. I'll be looking forward to your comment(s). Take something short if you're pressed for time. I suggest the 'Palantharin Parables' or 'The Death of an Elf'."
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