Date: March 24 2018 11:05 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
I remember reading this story a while back. This was probalby one of the first I read which combined the appeal of gigantic female characters (in relation to the men) with a grand sweeping adventure. One particular aspect of the story that stood out was that the giantess aspect was something that was simply used to tell to story, not something the story was built around. It allowed for incredible investment of what would happen next, which is always the goal.
Date: June 26 2017 8:24 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
This is the earliest story I've read on this site and I'm so glad it was one of my first. I might be a bit bias, but this story is absolutely legendary for me. The pacing is good, the characters are memorable it's it's fairly short. It does all it wants to do and does it extremely well. I find myself sometimes coming back to this story for how memorable it is. I'm surprised that they're so few reviews for this story. It's simply amazing.
Date: June 25 2012 10:51 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
I can't believe this... I registered just so I could comment. I was brought to tears with Raymond. There is just too much I remember and too many emotions. I can't say what I want to say. I'm in tears as I type this. I love this story so much. This is literary gold.
I loved everything. The Establishment, the Truthseekers, the Underground, every story element from start to finish was introduced perfectly. This story has touched the innermost workings of my soul, and I'm an avid reader/student. I lost the fetish factor at the end of page one, and read on until the end, some moments on my toes praying for the safety of one of the characters. Just beautiful... thank you so much. Thank you.
Date: March 19 2010 10:47 PM Title: 18: Dawn
holy cow! read it cover to cover in one sitting. great story, loved all the real aspects of life in this enchanting and unforgettable tale. thank you.
ps cant believe that i didnt read this sooner. please continue to write stories because you have a gift.
Date: August 25 2008 4:07 AM Title: 18: Dawn
This story had me hooked from start to finish. I'm happy I managed to find and read this magnificent and wonderful tale. Thank you very much for writing it!
Author's Response: And thank you for reading, plinkochip.
Date: July 23 2008 6:42 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
I'm not very good at reviewing or commenting and I must admit I'm also kind of speechless after reading this, but this... this was EPIC.
Author's Response: I don't think people care too much about a "hi-quality" vs. "lo-quality" review. Any sort of positive comment feels good. Thanks!
Date: April 27 2008 1:09 AM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
This has to be one of the best stories on the site. It is a shining example of story and plot and I hope the rest of the community learns from it!
Author's Response: Thanks, Duck of Death. I always hope my story's plot is as important as its fetish content.
Date: May 29 2007 6:48 AM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
I know am a litle late on giving a review because i read this story like in Feb of this year. Any way just liked Planar Shift it was a great story to read and a good ending to. I do have a few question. 1# call me clueless but what did you mean i think itis in chapter 15 or 16 what kand of picters thay were takeing to help start the downfall of the Establishment. 2# this question is for this story and Planar Shift where in the U.S or other part of the planet is this taking place. I know stupid question to ask but i just like to get a more clear of an idia or of mind to get a good picter on what is takeing place in the story you know the little ditales of the story. And if you don't feel like anster the questions that ok your story after all. BY
I don't mind answering questions, BY. The photo shoot occurs in Chapter 14; it's basically for a Truthseeker press release that proves that men still exist, and that the Establishment has been lying about their absence. It's these photos that spur the rest of society to revolt against the Establishment.
To tell the truth, I usually have no specific place in mind for my stories. I know that in Planar Shift, Eric's home is near a forest. And for some reason, I always imagine A Man of His Time as taking place in a very arid, desert-like area... perhaps the Southwest. But these were only the vaguest of notions in my mind when describing the places within the story. Really, they take place wherever you want them to. The stories become yours as soon as you read them, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Date: January 23 2007 8:19 AM Title: 18: Dawn
Pure excellence. This story had me from start to finish. Great plot, powerful emotions. Love the ending.
Kudos to you. If I could I'd give beyond the maximum rating, but since I can't you'd have to settle for that. Thank you for this wonderful story.
Date: January 17 2007 7:58 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
A story worth reading. Though I am deffiently not a fan of murder, gore etc. This story just had it. It was a real believable story. Everything had a meaning, every action having a feel thorugh out the story. Sadly it had to end. That was probably teh only thing that let me down but, it ended where it needed. Allows the reader to think of what happens next in their minds. Not sure if that was the intention.
Great Story i loved it.
Thanks, Redius. I try to give my characters believable motives, and make my stories have meanings.
The story actually ended right where I wanted it to. The Establishment is broken, and things are beginning to change. I don't think real stories have endings, unless your main character is dead. Characters live on, and whatever comes next is up to them, and the reader.
Date: December 28 2006 6:53 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
I. Love .This .Story. Of course, you hearedthat in thelast few reviews, so now for something completely diffirent: I thought this story was one of your best, and the love triangle I don't think was ever explored in a GTS story I ever read before, however I think that that woman compleatly justified the killing of millions and i don't think that was what you would call and "original sin", but is was by no means a good thing that he did. Also I like your good grammer. You have no IDEA how many stories I read that don't use quotations properly or use words like "hunny" which, according to this spell check, is spelled wrong, but I digress because it will probably will not take this long rant any longer so I say goodbye. do respond.Zalrus IX
Thank you for the complements.
Cheryl didn't completely justify her actions; she simply explained herself. She still feels guilty for what she did all those years ago, and both she and Adam know that what she did wasn't right. The key is that Adam decides to break the cycle, and stops looking for vengeance (even if that is ultimately what he achieves).
From the start, I thought about exploring a love triangle in this story; I'm glad you thought it worked out well.
Grammar is very important to me too.
Glad you liked the story, and hope to hear from you about future tales.
Date: October 06 2006 3:37 PM Title: Prologue: The Next Big Thing
To call this story fantastic would be an understatement. It's so rare to find GTS stories with actual plots, that to find one (with a good plot) is actually a treat. My only complaint with this story, honestly, is that it was too short. Very well done.
Author's Response: Too short... I have to say, that was pretty unexpected. Glad you liked the story, SilverFlame. It's always nice to know that someone appreciates a solid plotline (if I do say so myself).