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Reviewer: Carycomic Signed [Report This]
Date: September 15 2010 1:05 PM Title: Chapter 5

"Santa Baby" by Joan Javits
Copyright 1953 (RCA Victor)

Reviewer: Carycomic Signed [Report This]
Date: August 29 2010 4:24 PM Title: Chapter 4

*Super Bubble: a 1977 mail-order record album of classic "bubblegum" rock songs. The television commercial that hyped it, at the time, featured eleven female hotties, wearing the aforementioned T-shirts. Each one with a white letter on it that collectively spelled out the album's title!

Ah! Where are TV Land's "retro-mercials" when you really need them? :-(

Reviewer: Stanley Wlliams Signed starhalf-star [Report This]
Date: August 19 2010 1:11 AM Title: Chapter 2

Did Jeffrey serve in the Navy? It seems he likes to eat at the Naval Base. Sorry, the temptation was too much. :)

Author's Response: And, my confidence has been rewarded! :-D

Reviewer: Stanley Wlliams Signed [Report This]
Date: August 17 2010 1:38 PM Title: Chapter 1

A good start. I'm trying to think of an inane comment, but can't come up with any.   ;)  

Author's Response: Thank you, Stan. And, don't worry: I have every confidence in you. :-)

Reviewer: timescribe Signed [Report This]
Date: August 17 2010 1:40 AM Title: Chapter 1

I think I goofed in my response to your review of Ambloome VI, which promoted this story. I misremembered a story about an old west pastor (or something of the like) as the Jeff Manley stuff.
I do remember this character now.
Good plotline.

Author's Response: Thank you. As for the Old West story, that was probably "El Pistolero Y La Gigantesa" ("The Gunman and the Giant Princess"). The narrator of which was a retired circuit preacher. It was one of the last stories I finished up at the original Giantess Free Forum, before Pete Smith had to let the whole website go. And, if time permits, I might revive it, as well! I like doing stories where the little guy is quite capable of defending himself. Yet, not averse to accepting help from his giant sweet-heart, when the occasion sort of demands it.

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