Date: 11/10/2011 11:42 PM Title: A Lonely Night in a Cornfield (Sept. 27, 2021)
LMAO!! Just finished putting it on there. And Hell yes, I reviewed it. LOL. That one's on my Nook too. Actually, most of your long fics are. :) Such a stalker.
Yeah, you're right; you did. Mea culpa.
Date: 11/10/2011 11:38 PM Title: A Lonely Night in a Cornfield (Sept. 27, 2021)
Fine! Fine! I'll read it as you write it. Would hate to deprive you of your favorite stalker. LOL.
And this fic is going on my Nook!
Precisely. How can I know I exist if you don't validate it? ROTFLMAO. And yes, put this one on your Nook; i think it turned out pretty well. BTW, did you see I finished Hesitation too?
Date: 11/10/2011 11:33 PM Title: Retracing Their Steps
It's over? Noooo! But oh, what an ending it was. Gah. I think I was holding my breath for most of it. What an end. Very pleased that Jim got to go with Spock, even though what happened to Sybok sucked. And too bad Bones and Joanna couldn't go with. How Spock dealt with Rossi in the end though? Priceless. So much better than just killing the bastard. I would not want Spock mad at me. Yikes. Can't wait for what else you come up with! I won't read your Austin Powers one til it's finished though, because I hated that movie. Rather read your awesome writing all in one shot on that so I don't have to dwell on it. LOL. Will beg and grovel for more! And good luck with your mom's stuff. Be safe and can't wait til you get back.
Love and cherries,
But...but...if I don't get daily updates from you, I have no reason to write "sniff." My fic really won't be that much like Austin Powers.
Glad you liked the ending of this one.
Date: 11/10/2011 9:32 PM Title: A Lonely Night in a Cornfield (Sept. 27, 2021)
They'll die together! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!
(I'm joking, joking, I swear! It's just… your last answer made me do this!)
Vulcans are on the rescue, yes? With a fanfare, yes?
(Gah, I'm channeling Pavel!)
No, as my fan base knows, I always do happy endings, so I'm not going to kill them off.
Date: 11/10/2011 5:28 PM Title: No Choice at All
Thank you so much for the update, I hope Joanna will be o.k. It would be nice if a Vulcan spaceship with Spock's comrades would land on earth at this crucial moment to teach the chinese government a lesson about IDIC and non violence. Please don't separate Spock and Jim , they should live a peaceful life together either on Vulcan or on earth. Love from Holland!
No I won't separate them; I promise.
Date: 11/10/2011 8:17 AM Title: No Choice at All
Hu. That's cruel to end this chapter here. How the hell will they get out of that one? Will the aliens' presence will be discovered? And since this government are made of paranoid bastards and Spock already use his 'freaky mind tricks', will that lead to a war?
Arg, to many questions which I'm sure will be useless because you will once more surprise me and invente something I can't think about yet. I'm really impatient to read the next chapter.
Of course it'ss cruel; I'm becoming infamous for my cruel cliffhangers, lol.
Date: 11/10/2011 2:59 AM Title: No Choice at All
That should be illegal for them to take Joanna. She's innocent.
I'm on the edge of the couch wondering what's going to happen next.
Of course it should be illegal but totalitarian governments don't worry about things like that.
Date: 11/10/2011 2:02 AM Title: No Choice at All
FUCK Rossi. Anything I might have felt before now for him besides hate is ASHES NOW.
Oh man. Thank you for writing <3
Yes, Rossi ia a true ass-hat. Thanks for reading and reviewing.
Date: 11/10/2011 12:56 AM Title: No Choice at All
Gah! You are evil. I'm really glad the feds can't hurt the Yoders, but Joanna... I was starting to think that Spock would have to take Jim and Bones with him, but this is getting bad.
Anyways, loved the pigs-in-a-blanket thing and can't wait to find out more about Jim's ESPer rating.
I'm glad you enjoyed the pig in a blanket joke.
Date: 11/10/2011 12:55 AM Title: No Choice at All
Damn, that looks bad! They're both going to turn themselves in? Will they be telling Rossi the truth about Spock? And after this, will Spock maybe consider that there may be no safe place for Jim on Earth? Please write more soon!
They'll have to; they can't let Joanna be hurt.
Date: 11/10/2011 12:30 AM Title: No Choice at All
What a bastard!! I hope Sarek shows up and breaks Rossi's neck for threatening his son and Jim and Bones. Gah! So mad. The rest of the chapter was absolute sweetness though. Love it. Man, Rossi's such a dick. Will beg and grovel for more!
Love and cherries,
Date: 10/21/2011 4:52 PM Title: A Lonely Night in a Cornfield (Sept. 27, 2021)
I am sorry, sorry for my terrible English.
I like the setting,and love all of your storise.
You are great storyteller.
Your English is very good, much better than my Chinese. I only hoped you were not offended because I did not want to do that. I am very glad you enjoy the story.
Date: 10/21/2011 2:53 PM Title: A Lonely Night in a Cornfield (Sept. 27, 2021)
Like the mutual protectiveness they have for one another.
I hope boys will safe,and have a happy life.
Background is interesting,although I am Chinese.
No offense meant; this is fiction. I don't think China is going to take over the US, although one never knows.
Date: 10/20/2011 2:14 PM Title: On the Road Again
Reading you with writer's block is like reading most of the other authors' pride and joy that they have agonized over until they think it's perfect. If you'll allow an observation covering all your current stories (which of course I avidly follow) I have a notion that you don't have writer's block; you are just not concluding some stories that have reached their natural conclusion. This story, for example, is ready for Spock and Jim to be rescued by Vulcans and since Jim saved Spock from the evil authorities, he should be allowed to return to Vulcan with Spock where they live happily ever after. "Hesitation" is ready for the king and queen (Spock and Jim) to do the same. "Finding T'hy'la" is at a major turning point and could easily be concluded as is, with a sequel Academy fic later if you wanted. Your only long story that I see as needing a lot more chapters is "Inevitable". Anyway, as McCoy might have said, "I'm a reader, not a beta!" but I wanted to offer my thoughts to you for consideration.
Thank you for your thoughtful observations. You're right about Hesitation: it only needs about two more chapters; I just can't make them come out the way they should. "Vulcan" only needs about four more chapters; I would have ended Finding T'hy'la and started a sequel, except that at least I KNOW where that story's going, so I decided to keep moving. And yeah, Inevitable needs several more chapters. They will all come to fruition; I am simply having to struggle harder than I usually do.
Date: 10/20/2011 10:26 AM Title: On the Road Again
Yay, update! Rossi sure is one stubborn guy, but then again- if I were in his shoes, I too would like to know what's going on. And I'm also curious about what'll happen next, eagerly looking forward to next chapter. :)
Date: 10/20/2011 3:39 AM Title: On the Road Again
And the plot thickens. I hope Santa Fe's as safe as they think it is. Channeling Rent much? Also, is it bad that when Jim says "pick up a kid" I though, que Chekov?
Anyways, glad you're ploughing ahead and thanks for the lovely update. ^_^
I've never seen Rent, so any similarities are unintentional.