|23 Feb 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Oooo, if you mean dragons, then I'm definitely in! Dragons have to be my weak points ... besides romantics ... *determinedly avoids eye contact* (psst ... I'm not sure, but I think I either made up a new word or horribly mangled an old one!)
I suckered my muses into helping me write a dragon piece ... Morwood Tales. It's not very well written, I haven't done any editing to it and it was written over a year ago ... but I love the concept and I'm eventually going to go back and re-write it ... smooth it out a bit more.
Since you like dragons, I just have to ask this. Do you like Anne McCaffrey's Pern series? Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "No, haven't read McCaffrey. I have a great friend down at the local bookshop who steered me away fro mthem - I'm more a Robin Hobb person. Hey, if you want, I'll send you some of the story. I don't really want to post it after all the issues we had over a tHP with Angela's piece getting stolen. Oh, you got draggies too!!! I'll have to come a take a look - mwahahaahahahahahahahaaha!Ahem - 'scuse me, it must be my maniacal cold *cough-cough*"
|5 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Yay! Elfwood seems to be working! Hopefully this isn't just a little blip and it's fixed for good .... until the next crash comes along Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "Hmm, Elfwood crashes then our internet dies. I smell a conspiracy!!!"
|6 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
I loved your dragon story, wonderful ideas. I like the flipping back and forth between different characters. And I also like the differences between the areas. Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "Yes, mwahahahahahaa! This is ging to be a fun time of juggling for me. *sighs* I'm so going to lose contrl of this thing - not necessarily a bad thing I guess. Oh, and for those who are utterly, entirely confused, the story we are talking about is one not avaliable on Elfwood due to my intense paranoia lol"
|7 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Tickie went through, so On Gilded Wings is now up
How is you m'dear? Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "I is well, you? Hmm, yes terrible English but not as bad as the Romantic Literature student the other day who asked what "ere" meant. 'Tis going to be a long semester. "
|17 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
*guffaws* oh dear ... it does sound like the end of the semester is going to be a long way off ... maybe they're part of the conspiracy!
Have fun juggling, I never could master more than two oranges at a time before something got dropped. Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "Oh, me too. At least, together, we've supplied the world with orange juice...or just a whole bunch of bruised oranges...Oh, do you wnat more of the story? I've gotten a few more chapters done. Let me know!"
|19 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Mmmm ... orange juice. I had quite a bit of it yesterday. Oh, and yes please! I would love to read the next chapters of it that you have up. Stephanie R. Schauer
replies: "Okay! I finally worked out where you were up to. Oh, my sister told me the funniest thing! And sad, to see how the literacy level is dying a swift and terrile death. Her English class is reading "A Man for All Seasons" (lucky fools, we were subjected to "Dispossessed", the book where Australian literature goes to die). One bright spark in her class suddenly raises a hand and asks "What does mary red mean?"Naturally the more intellectual students (those few that maintain an acceptable IQ level - basically they can't be out thought by a piece of cheese)were confused. None of them have come across this particular phrase.When pressed, the student tells them the page number.To my sister's disgust, the word was "martyred".With the words "cabinet" being pronounced "cab-in-nay" and "chariot" "sharry-o" and the near-fatal mix up of the word "pheasant" and "peasant" (yes, we actually had a history student asking, a week before the Russian history examn "isn't a peasant a bird") - I don't know whether to laugh or cry.Well, that's my rant!"
|21 Mar 2007|| Lindsay Verde|
Ugh, the books we had to read during our english classes were completely boring and unoriginal. It drove me crazy having to read them. Yeah, I've noticed how much the literacy level in the newer generations is going down the tube. One of the guys in highschool, grade 12 english, couldn't read. I don't know how he got that far without having troubles. It's crazy. When I was younger, and still now, I read as much as I possibly can. I used to read a book in 1-2 days regularly and still have time for everything else. Are you gonna send me chapter three? *pleads*
|24 Mar 2007|| ┤Disco┤ Vic Alfieri|
Followed your link here from the Herscher project, and glad I did, I am yet to read any of your stories, but did read the couple of poems you have posted. They're all very good, even though they don't rhyme a great deal, they flow really well; which makes up for the lack of rhyme.
Well, just thought I'd pop in and say hi, now that that's done, I might suggest you check out my page, especially considering your love of dragons (there's three poems on there about them: Dragon Song, Dragon Flame and The Baby Swamp Dragon). Enjoy!
|3 May 2008|| Lindsay Verde|
STEEEEPPPPPHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! How goes the editing job?! I’m finally back from 8 tedious months at uni! Yay! Time to break out the summer reading and writing!
|26 Dec 2010|| Lindsay Verde|
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Stephanie!
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