|23 Jan 2003|| Benny 'Malevon' Tervonen|
Hail to thee, Swedish fellow! Very good stories, I must say! Please write more! I want to read! Peter Dahlgren
replies: "My first comment Glad you liked the stories. I will try to write more soon "
|10 Dec 2005|| Sarah haws|
Wow, your writing has alot of meaning to it. Have you been published, if not i think the road is waiting for you. Peter Dahlgren
replies: "Let us not go inflate my ego too much . Seriously though, I think I'm too lazy to ever get published. I do however thank you very much for believing it would be possible."
|29 Mar 2006|| Timothy Pontious|
Hello again. I'm starting a section in my bio for folks who are specifically looking for more serious comments, and they don't have that much page traffic. You interested in a link? Peter Dahlgren
replies: "That would be splendid, and much appreciated too, think no less. You know, your comments alone have been a great contribution to my little corner here but I'm always looking for more feedback (read 'praise to feed my ego') so link away I say...hate it when I rhyme like that."
|9 Jun 2006|| L. Shanra Kuepers|
'ello! Just thought I'd drop by here and leave a comment. Partially to know whether the two I've left are the type you want or whether you want me to focus on something else entirely. ^-~
I liked what I read of yours so far, but it's always nice to be able to tailor comments if possible. Helps both parties, after all.
Merry Friday! Peter Dahlgren
replies: "Hello yourself."
|12 Jun 2006|| Shanra|
Sounds like our attitudes towards writing and comments are rather incompatible, really. I think it's best to agree to disagree and just part ways before arguments arise. ^-^
Good luck with your writing. Peter Dahlgren
replies: "I think you've misunderstood, which is something that is quite easily done when you can't hear the tone of voice of someone. A good rule of thumb when it comes to my comments is to add a smiley after most sentences, I'm rarely serious and never take offence."
|6 Jan 2008|| Michal Nymeria Goderez|
Ah, so beautiful. It was like stumbling over a frozen bit of ice deep in the ground when you thought all the snow had melted in the spring...I haven't got time to read all of your stories, but I'll definitly be stopping by next time I'm on elfwood (which will be tomorow no question) and read through everything.
It is a gift to find amazing writing and your captivating words describing such emotion. Thank you.
Nym Peter Dahlgren
replies: "Thank you for the comment, and for tagging me as a favourite Hope you like the other stories as well if you come back for more."
|4 Mar 2008|| Ryelle Sophia Hill|