Date: January 03 2014 4:14 PM Title: Chapter 28
How did I miss this yesterday. And talk about older women: in her 70s/80s.
I think 60 would be my current cut off point for gts fantasies anyway, but you've used this character well in the plot.
Author's Response: Thank you. Her maiden name, by the way, follows the Japanese custom of surname preceding the individual's given name ("Kitahara" meaning "north field" and "Tsune" meaning "constance"). As I wanted to indicate she was born in Japan, but became a naturalized American citizen, sometime later.
Date: October 05 2013 5:39 PM Title: Chapter 27
Darth Brooks? Not an in-Vader, I'm sure. But you'd never make a bambooboo in your naming of things (even if I would in my puns).
Author's Response: It's a pun on Garth Brooks. An American country-western singer, like Glen Campbell. Only of more recent vintage.
Date: August 13 2013 3:03 PM Title: Chapter 25
And Diana feels much better after the corrections were made.
As in Nozama backwards = Amazon = Wonder Woman = Diana Prince = Miss Prince = Miss Prints = misprints
Author's Response: Sorry, dude. Those were _not_ Wonder Woman references in disguise! I had momentarily forgotten that "Okada" is the Japanese family name of the shrunken Yakuza heir that M.A.C.H.O. is trying to rescue. With "Hideki" being the given name of the clan leader (or "oyabun").
Date: August 12 2013 10:47 PM Title: Chapter 24
Nozama (the Bizarro Amazon).
"Sold him to a hotel in the Bahamas".
If I were still doing gts poetry, I guess I could rhyme Nozama with Bahama.
Author's Response: I was just updating the lurkers from another character's viewpoint.
Date: June 17 2013 1:09 PM Title: Chapter 22
And I meant to say that the Diary of a ... slight crossover was a good idea./IDEEA LOL
Author's Response: Thank you, again. I was beginning to think I might have to get a lot more prurient, with the next chapter, just to get active reviewership, once more. ;-D
Date: June 17 2013 1:08 PM Title: Chapter 21
And with news like that, maybe he'd have been better not getting it translated
Author's Response: I'm just setting the stage for a possible martial arts duel. Mentally visualized, of course, as happening in slow motion (like some of David Carradine's old kung fu fights).
Date: June 17 2013 1:07 PM Title: Chapter 20
Bio-miniaturization. You're good at this. I can only come up with one or two different words to use in my many stories.
Author's Response: Thanks! :-) It was the best governmental-sounding euphemism for "shrinking" I could think of.
Date: April 21 2013 9:40 PM Title: Chapter 19
Oh dear. Watch out for that descending shoe!!!!
Interesting link you sent about the single ladies too (also to my email. What service.)
Author's Response: That's why we're gts-fans in the first place, right? Feminine pulchritude with attitude...and altitude.
Date: April 08 2013 8:52 PM Title: Chapter 17
Have you seen the old Laffalympics Blue Falcon / Dog Wonder story "The Blob" pt 1-2? from 1978?
Much better back then to have Dog Wonder as Scooby Doo's real cousin, rather than the fictional character (from Mystery Inc's perspective) that he was portrayed as in the recent feature "Scooby Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon" (although I can see the obvious parody of Adam West vs Michael Keaton Batman agenda in the story).
Author's Response: Nah! I prefer the first two versions (Steve McQueen original and 1988 remake).
Date: April 05 2013 11:07 PM Title: Chapter 1
I'll bet that you were trying to erase that 'doubled'-up Response, Right? Ha ;)
That's what always happens to me, If I try and correct something, it just makes it worse... Ha, still lovin' the tale though....
Author's Response: Thank you, again. :-)
Date: April 05 2013 10:01 PM Title: Chapter 17
Ah, frig! I accidentally erased Wildcatman's review!!
Alright, then; here's my response from memory. Thanks, dude! "Camp Capers" was just my homage to one of the very first gts-stories I read, on line. Co-authored by those pioneering geniuses, Asukafan and Littletoy, no less!
As regards IOTBTFOS? That was originally a M.A.C.H.O. tale from the original Giantess Planet. But, for some strange reason, it never lent itself to being rewritten, by me, for other gts-sites. So, I now treat it the same way Hollywood director John Landis treats "See You Next Wednesday" (as a private in-joke).
Last, but not least? I shall try to include a quote of that famous movie line in the next chapter. Providing I don't delete the final draft by accident!*
*Once again, I am really, really, REALLY sorry about that bone-head play of mine. :-(
Date: November 19 2012 12:04 AM Title: Chapter 14
The Persian Cat!
Author's Response: That was an allusion to the concluding chapter of "LITTLE" KNOWN SECRETS (which hopefully reduces some of the confusion one reviewer of the latter experienced while reading it).