|2 Mar 1999|| Geraldine halpin|
You're wordy and your spelling is practically flawless. Rare and admirable in any man. Look out for me, if I ever get around to writing anything that is. Would appreciate comment from someone as mentally inverted as you.
|10 Jun 1999|| Victoria|
Excellent! Bravo! Magnifique! Write more! My only regret in coming here is that I hadn't done so sooner.. Happy writing!!
|22 Jul 2000|| Isolde|
First thing I've read here that defies cliches... I like "Netmares & Doscapes;" it reminds me of Terry Pratchett. Very amusing, in a deadpan sort of way-- it would be fun to read out loud.
|2 Feb 2001|| Jessica 'Deca' Lamb|
*about to read stories but decided to say something first* I agree with you about Robert Jordan not only are the characters the same but every single book in the series has the same plot!
|2 Feb 2001|| Morag A Lewis|
I agree with the above - Netmares and Doscapes did have a Terry Pratchett flavour to it, and a Douglas Adams one too. I enjoyed reading it - it read fluently and there were no spelling mistakes (as noted) - this makes such a difference
|9 Jan 2004|| Chris A Jackson|
You don't visit your own site much, do you?
Well, anyway, I enjoy your stuff!
Cheers! Tom Anspach
replies: "Not very often, no. I suppose I ought to. "
|12 Dec 2004|| |
I like your stuff! Keep it up!
|14 Dec 2004|| Anne-Louise Little|
Keep writing. For the love of Michael, keep writing! Your work stands out a mile, and I would love to read more.