|31 Jan 2008|| Anna Bjork|
I don’t know actually. I’m only publishing art... I think that you can find some advice under "help" in the menu. Otherwise you can just ask someone who has got a Wyvern’s library. Hope that you will find the answer soon
|23 Mar 2008|| Panu Karjalainen|
Hey, thought I’d drop a comment here as well... The changes being what they are, I’m not around in the capacity of a reader-writer much these days, but I always (near enough) respond to comments and am available for talking and such.
|24 Mar 2008|| Jacob Bowdin|
So, I chose to respond to your comments here, and thank you for the excellent input! I am not sure if you read the originals, or the redo’s of the Pillar story. The ticket just went through, and I was away for a few days when it snuck past me. If you happened to miss the redo’s, I think they solved a few... umm... quirks... in the story... ::waves to Cecily:: thanks to some suggestions made by other observant writers/readers.
Anyways, I am pleased you enjoyed the story, and I will be able to add some stuff that will smooth out what you thought needed it. Mainly because I need to make another change... apparently the mod who put the ticket through didn’t see a clear fantasy theme, so, I need to come up with a crazed fireball throwing mage, or a lost alien, or something.
I’m going to be going to check out the ’Bjorstattir Cycle’, since Cecily mentioned it, and you mentioned it in your comment, and my interest had piqued.
|27 Jun 2008|| Teresa M Dreisbach|
I tried to write a comment to your comment you left on my page but it was being a pain. So I will write here if it lets me. Thank you for your advice and comment. I have found myself indulged in other work that Elfwood would never allow on the site for the graphic nature of my thinking. I don’t know where to go to get it published or know of anyone with a freakish mind like mine that would like to get wrapped into the story. Write me back if you will. We will talk private. Thank you again. I want to mark you as a favorite. Harry David Frost
replies: "Thanks for writing! My pleasure. I know what you mean- Most of the stuff I write would probably get me thrown off here...probably because I share Germaine Greer’s indifference towards the word c...nevermind. About publishing..weeellll, who knows. As far as I can see, the main criterion for publication is having a book that’s a narrow-minded duplication of some other existing book! That certainly isn’t how I’d like to write. ’Freakish’ is an interesting word...a mind is only freakish if you accept that there is a way to be ’normal’. Anyone who tries to tell you how you are is ’not normal’ is trying, politically at the very least, to dominate you. If you let them, you’ve surrendered yourself."
|8 May 2010|| Teresa M Dreisbach|
Harry, you asked if i was still around. Yes, i am. though i have some stories written i can not place them up upon this website. Too graphic for the ones in charge. I have been writing more still to this day. Everyday comes a new one to my brain that i try to get upon this laptop that i own. Please write to me so we may speak. Until then my friend.