Date: September 30 2017 3:56 PM Title: Anaya Chapter 1
So proud of you, buddy. :,) When we were going back and forth about your crazy good ideas, I was wondering when you were finally gonna post them on GW lol.
Anaya was just as sexy as I thought. Her amorous actions with tiny Cassandra really had me going as well as how she dropped Sandy in her bountiful bosom so casually. I think you nailed Anaya's sweet yet somewhat careless treatment to the citizens perfectly. We can obviously see she's by no means a bully to the tiny people but at the same time, she's not above using them as sexy toys.
Anaya wearing glasses caught me of guard! O.O (Not that that makes her any less sexy.) You know, since when we were talking about her via email we were basically talking more about her body type and her uh... assets. The diamond stud was also a nice touch. I also liked how the whole town was simmply on her table. A great way to remind us how insignificant they are to the ghetto goddess. And that ten year old you mentioned, I wonder who she is... :3
I wish you best of luck on your anthology tales and I can't wait to see more of Anaya and... Sorry, Thou shall not spoil OxO.
Date: September 30 2017 1:41 PM Title: Anaya Chapter 1
Good writing however one major thing I thought: wouldn't the giantesses not speak like humans? They have their own culture so wouldn't they use different slang terms to humans?
That would be far more creative. I understand you don't want us to think she is a stereotype but Anaya does tend to speak like some humans tend to speak. Thing is, she's not human. Developing a set of slang terms for the giantesses would be an excellent way to further reinforce that they are separate and different from the humans. After all, would they really share a culture if they have lived seperate lives for so long?
Date: September 28 2017 7:54 PM Title: Anaya Chapter 1
This was very sexy and the writing was pretty solid. I love the idea of a town located on a benevolent giantess's tabletop. I also liked Anaya's gentle but dominant personality. To be honest, some of the dialogue did seem a little stereotyped but overall this was a good read.