|21 Jun 2006|| Laurence A. MacCaskill|
Welcome aboard Link!
(Brief but enthusiastic second comment gyre!)
It's three in the AM (and I need to get to bed) but I took a quick look at Elfwood to see if there was any recent sign and discovered you were here! Congrats!
So, I haven't had a chance to look at anything you've written (Thanks for letting me know). I'll read 'em at my earliest opportunity.
It was that cheesy rope... maybe next time we should try a silk scarf or something like that... (hmmmm... I have a nice black silk-- OK, probably a synthetic but it's nice and silky-smooth-- drapery tie-back that won't chafe and should be plenty strong!) Laura A. Wellington
replies: "No need to succumb to insomnia for my sake! But I do like the sound of a something silky for a change... maybe something shiny too... **grins sheepishly** I like shinys..."
|6 Jul 2006|| Anna M. Mortensen|
Hello there! I've come to offer a slightly belated welcome to the Woods. I read "Lost Soul" and left a few suggestions (I hope you don't mind).
Let me know when you update and feel free to stop by and say hello!
|12 Jul 2006|| Ryan 'Saint' Stringer|
Hi Laura, I've just finished reading all four of your stories and I just want to say that I am truly impressed with the variety you present on here. Of all the shelves in Elfwood, the ones that catch my attention are either filled with long, well-written and solidly continuous stories, or a lot of well-written but very different stories. While I tend to fit into the former category, you are definately in the former, and I applaud you for it.
Though you only have four stories at present, with each you have managed to create a seperate and unique world as well as a unique style in all four, and varied "messages" as it were. At no time did I ever get the feeling like "Yeah, yeah, I've read this before in that last story".
In conclusion, just wanted to say you are doing a great job and I hope to see more from you. Stop by my neck of woods and be sure to give Truestar's Fire (and my other various projects) a look-see. Later! Laura A. Wellington
replies: "Awwww... ::blushes:: Thanks for the compliment. I try to take a different spin on my stories, and from what you've said, I guess I succeeded! Whuzzah! I will peruse your shelf and see what compliments I can bestow on you when I get the chance."
|23 Dec 2007|| Jarek Buss|
Howdy. Aren't you in Young Artisans? Anyway, really enjoyed Lost Soul. I wouldn't say I loved it, because it was foreign and strange to me, but incredibly well done, and it made me think... I couldn't stop reading it, which is quite the compliment; I normally have a short attention span for Elfwood stories. That was a really long run on sentence... anyway, now that I've established myself as a rambling something or other, I hope you understand the difference that I tried to make between enjoying it and loving it? Well, I tried... btw, what three languages do you speak?
|6 Apr 2008|| Chris A Jackson|
Thanks for the favorite tag! I’ve been looking for someone to do the graphics for "The Last" but with little luck. Go Figure. The artists get all the kudos when it comes to graphic novels, the writers get a little by line... But there are a lot of artists out there who think they can create a story and do dialog... Go figure again...
Know any good starving artists???