Date: December 18 2014 5:20 PM Title: Chapter 34
Well my pastor says that Werewolves and Vampires are purely demonic.
Author's Response: "With certain obvious exceptions, werewolves are people...just like everyone else." ---James Hampton (Scott's dad in TEEN WOLF).
Date: August 05 2014 9:50 PM Title: Chapter 33
"whirling about like a turkish dervish on too much Caffeine..." Lol!
Or, a hyper-active camel with an impacted toe? Whoa~ wherre did that come from?
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. :-) I know that the giantess/shrinkie interaction has been kind of minimal, these past few chapters. But, I wanted to concentrate on the inter-generational rivalry side of things. Temporarily, anyway.
Date: June 14 2014 4:39 PM Title: Chapter 1
Oh ..... yes well I wasn't make the comparison to belittle the chapter, only to praise the story notes.
Author's Response: I know. And, thanks. Just for that, I'll head straight over to chapter 10 of your latest LOTG opus. :-)
Date: June 02 2014 1:58 PM Title: Chapter 29
GRU=grew???? gts humour there.
Author's Response: Quite intentional, I assure you. Those are the genuine Cold War-era initials of Russian army intelligence!* According to some of the "Mack Bolan" novels I used to read back in the Eighties, anyway.
Date: June 02 2014 1:58 PM Title: Chapter 28
And there seem to have been lots of crossover references to your other stories too. (Meant to add this to previous chapter's review).
Codename Beanstalk. How very apt.
Author's Response: Thank you; I thought you'd like it. What I _dislike_ is having to retype that whole deleted story (drat)!
Date: May 15 2014 4:28 PM Title: Chapter 28
and which subsequently urinated that sucked blood into a pool of similarly mutated leeches
I cracked up when I read this. Is that really the process they use to create the growth formula?
Author's Response: Yep! Sad, but true. Before it got (accidentally?) deleted, there was a chapter of MORE THAN ONE CAN CHEW...wherein Kraus gave a very detailed explanation of how the meteoric mushroom spores worked. Namely; that they were _not_ urologically soluble! But, rather than drink pee, directly, the Hitler Youth volunteers being experimented on would be _injected_ with centrifugally-filtered plasma extracted from the leeches! And, for that bit of inspiration, I have to give credit where credit is due. To the horror films DRACULA 2000 (starring Christopher Plummer) and NIGHTWING (starring David Warner).
Date: April 16 2014 6:25 AM Title: Chapter 27
did Grandpa Howard love his work more than me?
Of course, he did!
It seems odd. I think Ash mean to say “Of course not!”
Also this may be the first time I’ve seen a werewolf in a giantess story. :)
Finally, for those having trouble reading this story on tablet or pc, switch to a different browser and it should open.
Author's Response: Thanks for the head's up. Re-editing completed, accordingly. Which only serves to prove that haste, indeed, makes waste!
Date: April 12 2014 8:04 PM Title: Chapter 1
My tablet won't load this story for some reason. I really want to read it and this thing keeps saying that the URL won't load because: blank. WHY!?
Author's Response: Beats me. My home pc crashed for good this past weekend! So, for the foreseeable future, I'm posting via public library internets.
Date: April 12 2014 12:31 AM Title: Chapter 26
as long as there's an "ov" in every name used, people will believe it's from the cold war.
Author's Response: Good point! Although, I'm kind of amazed you didn't notice the pun that helped inspire the Russian name for Solution 62. ;-)
Date: April 11 2014 8:00 PM Title: Chapter 26
Question on punctuation. Should it be ‘Namely, General’ in your second sentence?
This line made me laugh:
"Must be a defect in how they ground the lens”
Smooth, Myron. Very smooth.
I wonder if he said it with a straight face.
Author's Response: I didn't want to over-use, "more specifically."