Date: May 25 2021 1:42 PM Title: Chapter I "Confessions"
This isn't a review, but I'd love to know what font you are using or how are you otherwise getting this character used as a small letter g:
Lolita, liɢht of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul.
Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tonɢue takinɢ a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth.
Please let me know; this is fascinating.
Here: https://lingojam.com/TinyTextGenerator. I just save it in my copypaste.
I'm forced to use this tiny version of letter G because I have an OCD disturb which makes me nervous whenever writing common letter g.
Date: May 13 2021 12:17 AM Title: Chapter I "Confessions"
When I saw the title, I thought you were the same author that was doing a rewrite and extension of the growth scenes from the 'Alice in Wonderland' animated film by Disney. But being that you're a completely different author, I'm now curious what compelled you to do a size-fetish version of Vladimir Nabokov's story, since you only have one other story posted here.
From what I recall, Lolita is a tale of tyranny from the perspective of the tyrant. But if the tyrant is only the size of a doll, I'm not particular sure how the coming chapters are going to be anything more than the exploitation of a (literally) weak adult by a corrupt child, rather than the corruption of an innocent child by a cunning adult. Even despite the obvious changes to Humbert's definition of a nymphet, you're still rather bold to be hosting Size-fetish Lolita of all things on Patreon; everyone is slowly abandoning that platform for Pixiv Fanbox.
This novel was on my father's library since I have memory of, and have always been curious about, over the years I saw both movies... I read the book, so I just wanted to do this: as Nabokov himself told, there's no other real reasons behind besides the aesthetical pleasure of doing so. As for the rest: there are little differences with the actual plot and story, the description of nymphet itself is actually quite faithful to that made in the book (but for the age range which was 9 to 14, while I narrowed it from 12 to 14).
Thank you for reviewing.