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Reviewer: tinyguy Signed [Report This]
Date: June 14 2016 8:59 PM Title: .

@slacker28. Looks like someone beat me to it!

Reviewer: Slacker28 Signed [Report This]
Date: June 02 2016 5:57 PM Title: .

Thanks, I just miss the original one where a tiny guy meets a blonde and both wound up going to the same high school or the series of one shots about different people that were in the same universe. 

Author's Response: Yeah, I miss those too. I believe the one you're referring to is called Adam meets Ashley, but not sure. Sad to see they were deleted. Currently working on a few one-shots right now. Finally, I've essentially edited/redone the story/plot of A Different View to fit info the same universe as Blind Love/Adam Meets Ashley/Oneshots. Without giving too many spoilers, all I will say for now is that I hope it's a suitable replacement for the originals, and improves on what annoyed me about the first group of stories in the multi-sized world.

Reviewer: SheerForce Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: June 02 2016 1:55 PM Title: .

Haven't read the story yet, but I'm pretty sure Her-chocolatebar meant to give this five stars rather than a five out of ten, so I'm helping him and you both out.

Reviewer: Slacker28 Signed [Report This]
Date: June 02 2016 9:18 AM Title: .

I loved these stories and I miss them.  I know there are other stories in this world I was wondering if you knew the name of the other writers?

Author's Response: I don't think the origional writer (forget their name) for that universe (based off a concept similar to "A Different View^) is active anymore. All I did was continue on the Josh and Natalie segment based off a contribution I had made to the original short-story-series. G you'd like, I can start a round robin where you can add stories... Try to rebuild something similar.

Reviewer: Her-chocolatebar Signed starstarhalf-star [Report This]
Date: June 02 2016 8:16 AM Title: .

Haha I loved this story completely. :) As a totally blind man from birth myself, I could identify with nattily in many ways.

Author's Response: That's great to hear! I'm glad the story was accurate.

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