|8 Apr 2006|| James 'Jimbo Fett ' Inwood|
I'm sorry to hear of your passing Larry, I'll always remember you as the man that taught me the differance between a first chapter and a prolouge, thanks.
Rest in peace, friend.
|8 Apr 2006|| Timothy Pontious|
His first comment to me: "Excellent concept but very brief. That makes it a very good intro for a novel. Don't know if you are considering that, but you should."
Tis odd to leave a note here,
Knowing he can't reply.
Tis sad to see new writers
He didn't welcome on the fly.
It grieves to see a family
Struck by loss at home.
It helps with friends and family here
Bereft, but not alone.
|11 Apr 2006|| Debbie Newcomb|
When I first read the comments, I couldn't believe it. "No," I said to my friends, "Larry can't be dead." However, as I read on, I could only know the truth, Larry was indeed dead. As I write this, I think that maybe I'm being foolish and you all were playing a prank or making a joke, even though I know that you're not.
I have to agree with others who have commented before me. Larry was a very good writer and a good critique-r. He will be sorely missed by those who knew him and the new writers will not know what they are missing. May he rest in peace, with enough time and materials to write as many stories as he wishes. Where ever he is.
|21 Apr 2006|| Amy ´the Ames´ Perkins|
Larry was one of the Elfwood Wyvern shelves that I visited before I joined as a writer myself. You could even say that he inspired me to build my own shelf and share it with the Elfwood community.
As he has requested, I am yet again leaving my footprints on his shelf.
For you Larry, *Slowly mourns in the stately steps of the archaic Elven rite known as the First Comment Dance to celebrate the passing of a wonderful mentor*
|30 Jan 2008|| Caitlin N. Veit|
I also leave my dusty paw prints on his shelf. I wish him all the best where ever he may have ended up. I hope his soul came to rest in his own dreams.
|13 Feb 2008|| Rolf Akronos Keijzer|
He was the first to leave his footprints on my shelve, a long while ago, I hope I am not the last to leave some on his. May you rest in peace in a heaven filled with stories as extraordinary as yours. semper fi.
|18 Feb 2009|| Katie Collishaw|
He was a wonderful man, he made sure to greet almost every new comer to the Wyvrn Community. He was also one of the first to comment on my page. We will miss him very much, and it is disheartening to know that we’ve lost such talent....
|23 Apr 2009|| Syn Nykols|
sucks to be three years to late to meet him, but i can tell by his comments that he was extremely helpful and a wonderful man. a toast to those "stately steps of the archaic Elven rite known as the First Comment Dance".
|27 Jan 2011|| Sean Xlorion Miller|
the only person to ever comment on the only thing I ever posted here. Much to late do I come back to this news.
|15 Nov 2011|| Perry Gates|
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