My name is Felicia. I like to keep this part, "loose."
Except - I am socially awkward and never know quite what to say.
some of my work on here is now private or available in groups only.
Thanks for your comment on Spaghetti Girl. Enjoyed Smokestacked.
Thanks, Felicia! I am so often in awe of your work. xxx
Thank you, Felicia!
Thank you for your comment on The Cull me Cuddle me of the Call-me-to-you and the Terrifying smell of Downstairs xxxxxx
Thank you so much for your comments on my novel, X. Very glad you stumbled into my work and I hope you enjoy it! Looking forward to checking out your work.
Hello! Thanks! XX
really pleased you liked my thing xx ta
Oh, thank you so much for reading and commenting on "The Gunman and the Ape." Once a piece has fallen off the main page, I've found it rarely gets rediscovered. Always pleasing when someone takes the time to read. Much appreciated!
Hi, Felicia. Glad you like "The Sum Above." Thanks for commenting.
Thx, Felicia, for reading "The Ad" and kindly commenting. :)
fuck me, it vanished again. This is spooky. xx
My message vanished!
It said: <3 OINK!
Thanks for the fave, Felicia!
I am new, yeah - just a month in the door, so to speak. Nice to meet you - like your stuff!
Felicia, I'm happy you’re especially fond of the second part of "1993, What I Wanted." It's my favorite part, too. For taking the time to read and comment, thank you!
Thanks, Felicia. Glad you liked "In My Nephritic Dreams." Thanks for the fave.
Thank you, Felicia, for reading "Courtship". I'm glad you liked it.
Felicia, thank you for reading "1991" and for commenting, and the star!
thanks for the comment, so glad you like ;)
Thanks for reading me ;)
So pleased that you say in particular the last two lines of Limp worked well for you. Of all the sentence children in this story, those were my favorites. But don't tell the other sentences. Thanks to you, Felicia.
Felicia, thank you for the brief but terrific review of my black widow story.
Hi Felicia, I saw you put up a notice on your blog about my novel wit Gary Percesepe. That is so sweet of you! I tried to comment on the blogsite but it wouldn't go thru-- I am definitely techo challenged. If you are in NYC or nearby please come to our book launch on October 17. We'll post details on the Forums.
Felicia, thanks for reading "Suicide Watch." Your comment was wonderful and extremely kind. Thank you.
Felicia, thanks so much for reading and commenting on "I know everything's broken, but still I pretend." And a rocking thanks with double devil horns for mentioning my story and blog on your blog!
Thanks for your comment on Bedtime Story! I'll be sure to come back around here soon to read your stories!
yo, felicia--thanks for reading summer: 1972
a long one--was good of you
we need some more f=poetry, c'mon--
Love the Journals myself. Hope you get back to them sometime. I find them even better than the published work.
Thanks, Felicia, for commenting on and faving my poem "Abraham." I really appreciate it.
I see you love The Bell Jar. Have you ever read Plath's Unabridged Journals? Just wondering what you thought of them compared to the novel.
Felicia, Sorry, I didn't mean to whack you in the face with my story. I guess it is kind of a wacky story, though.
I've hit a bump, slump, hole, whatever you want to call it.... I'll dig myself up soon and post some more.
Felicia! Glad you enjoyed Elephants. Me too, they have been my favorite since I can remember. :)
Thank you for the comment on my poems. The first poems was written for the same friend I mention in my flash Bookmark. Cheers
Thank you for reading and commenting on Always. Much appreciated.
Instead of responding to each one separately, I'll just post here and say that I enjoy your writing style. All of your poems are very good.
Ha! I just saw your wall note (F-aut never sent me a note that my wall got updated). The hand in the pic is nowhere near as creepy as the hand in my pic!
By the by, that hand is creepy and cool! My JMWW profile pic has my son's hand creeping onto my neck, and it inspired a story that got published in Staccato Fiction so we all won from that close cropping (especially him as he didn't have to be viewed next to my horrific grin).
Felicia, I thank you for the fave. It would have been a far more momentous fave were it not for Mr. Bjorkman. The man has had it out for me for a number of years.
Yes. G'dammit yes! I love not only the words you chose to string together in "The Visitor" but more so how you chose to do it. Although the word "trepid" is facking antiquated, your story punched a whole in my heart and after all isn't that what we should be doing when string words together? Best to you....m