thanks Sheemie , I have received, and will get back to you after I have the chance to read the continuing Ask Mr. Foster, I know its going to be good stuff! and The Call of a Stranger after yours, it sounds pretty awesome too .
I have returned yet again from Asking Mr. Foster and me and Wayne want to say ...thanks guys, really appreciate the comments. mayhaps one day we'll get one polished up and sent off to bloomsbury or even simon and schuster for a grumbly audio narration GNT stylee . Yar!
I have returned yet again from Asking Mr. Foster and me and Wayne want to say ...
What a Brilliant story, I am loving it! and I recommend it to everyone!!!
That deserves a good publishing for sure! Yours make mine seem like Childs Play, ah ha ha, which reminds me, I'm going to put my ongoing story which actually about Playing, into the Time to Play thread (also aptly titled) that I already have, and just post updates to it from there. ; )
Keep this story coming, looking forward to MORE!
good idea for the promo- let's plaster everywhere with our bill posters maddie - and thanks for reading , i know it's quite a length.
hey maddie, wow , that's a great boost to my writing ego. i have been pestering folks on here for years, trying to get something worth reading out. looks like SK is rubbing off, without using his players anymore.
My pleasure! Its very impressive, not only how its written, but the creation part is sooo elaborate, you have to be deeply in your head with this one and deserve all the praise for it!
A major Stephen King influence shines right through your writing, that of which you only see of mine if I dragging him into my stories.
bro' let's hug!Travellin' Jack ... I can see the King in it .... but I can see other things too,still the Poachers, so uniquely your spin on the low men in yellow coats, and a practical use for those coats to boot! I think that's a good hint of the story content without being too spoilery, but just in case ... a little nod to the Time Traveller's Wife, but as you've said, more a bit of Matrix in there at parts. The days without a Marty McFly Moment, the numbered days in the book, with its touchscreen counterpart hidden in back, adjusting itself to each change in the paradox (paradoxes?) Really brilliant, skipping a chapter to pull together the story quickly, returning to that when needed, knowing where you're going with it well enough to do that... that whole momentous switch of perspective it led to. The kid who knew his sci-fi, knew what was happening right away.. .so much, all in there .. so much looking forward to the rest of it ...