|15 Jan 2003|| Dark Apostle|
You're doing a fine job on your shortstories.
|16 Jan 2003|| Pedro Soares|
Nice thing you dropped by my page at Elftown... This is absolutely wonderful, do you have any more coming up soon??? Very, very, very good dark humor!
|17 Jan 2003|| Kristoffer C. G. Johansson|
You have two great stories and I hope to see more of them. I think that you have got real talent when it comes to writing.
|28 Jan 2003|| William A. Clayton|
Very good and fun reading, both of these tales. There were these magazines I read as a kid, Creepy and Erie, that had topnotch artists and writers onboard, your tales remind me a great deal of theirs. Keep at it, we readers will be fortunate...
|5 Jul 2003|| Marion Z Skydancer|
Effective, very very talented use of mood and word painting, a rather intense command of the emotional loading of content, and a very interesting and engaging style. Powerful, certainly showing the talent to develop into a world class author.
|3 Aug 2003|| Andrew O'Steen|
Well, I must say, those were very, very good. Wish I could write like that, my stuff is rather meager. I can't decide which one I liked better. As others have said, the style is very appealing, please be sure to let me know when you update this gallery. I'll be waiting.
have a good one
PS - All hail The Simpsons! *fireworks*
|8 Dec 2003|| Lisa 'Tenshi no Hisui' Sheridan|
My, my, my...I meet talented people all the time on this site. Not surprising, given the fact that this IS a place for like-minded sci-fi/fantasy writers/artists/miscellaneous creatures. ^_^ Unexpected plot twists and lovely character descriptions. Read your tales, and am very entertained by them; however, they remind me more of character outlines than full-fledged stories. At least that's what "Another Lonely Night" seemed to come across as to me. Why don't you make these two one-shot stories into longer chapters and turn them into novels? I must say your choice of literary language is superb, and the tone of your material is lovely in the settings and such, so it's only natural that such a good author would expand their already wonderful collection! ^_^ Sofie Anya H. Tholin
replies: "Lately, I've had problems writing long stories. But sometime in the future, I do intend to finish a novel. These stories - that are, as you say, one-shot stories (my speciality ^_^) - will hopefull come in handy then, as inspiration and perhaps additions to my Great Novel. Hehe..
Anyway, thank you for the long and quite inspiring and helpful comment (flattering too!)! Must remember to check out your stories sometime soon!"
|2 Mar 2004|| Sebastian A. Meusel|
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|14 Mar 2004|| L. Shanra Kuepers|
GWAI GWAI GWAI! These stories were lovely! ^_^ *hops around like an excited little bunny* Meh.... I know I am a horrible horrible nitpick, especially when I like stories, so I hope you'll forgive me second-nature?. ^_^;; Your stories are wonderful! Sofie Anya H. Tholin
replies: "Whee! I got comments from the mighty Shanra! Seriously, I'm like a secret admirer of yours. You see, I'm a horrible nitpick myself, but you completely outdo me - in a good, very correct way! That's impressive. ^_^And thank you ever so much for your comments! They're by far the most helpful ones I've had yet."
|28 Jul 2004|| Steve Doyle|
Thanks for your comments on "The Ghost in the Garden"! It's actually 3rd in a series of Paranormal Research Institute stories & it's the only one that didn't have a supernatural element. Check my main page for details on the others.
I'll have to return to your page to devour your stories as soon as I have time...