J. Bear - thanks for the attention to those 2 stories that seem to have fallen off the face of Fictionaut with nary a peep. Very glad that they found you to read them.
Great. What's the J. for and FYI I liked to be called Your Royal Highness. . .
You read Sex w/Strangers perfectly! I think the Catholics did away with purgatory some time ago - not on my watch, tho. . .thank you J. What do you prefer to be called? J. or J. Bear?
much thanks J. Bear!
J. Bear ... now that's a name for a writer. Thanks for the fave and the comment on "She said."
Hi J. Bear...thanks for the comments about "10,000 Dollar Pyramid." I could tell you about what happens after that J.F.K. section. But...then I would have to kill ya.
How about this? Add me as a contact and we will negotiate?
Thanks for the comment on my quasi Jack London Robert Altman (McCabe and Mrs. Miller) piece. It seemed timely. I hope you too are surviving the winter. Cheers LS. PS re my 8/27 comment to you I wrote "The Duck" as a chapter in a book in progress. It came out pretty well but it's too long to post here. (At least too long for the 300 word fans.)
Thanks for your comment on The Land of the Four Rivers.
@ Sheldon: :) Thanks. Will do...
You're totally wearing a tux in your profile pic. How very metal. Rock on.
Thanks for the comments and fav. The writing world needs more of us less serious types. Good luck with your writing. I would think Auctioneering would provide a wealth of source material at all levels. As a matter of fact, your profession gave me the idea to write a story about something that happend around me at an auction once that was pretty funny. I still have the Tiffany vase I bought at that auction for a couple hundred but it's nothing compared to the duck I watched change hands. I'll get started on it now.
Thanks, John. Welcome.
Hi John, thanks for the compliment on my 25 or less piece. It's based on a 4000+ word story I wrote years ago that never went anywhere. I think I whittled it down enough now. :) Take care, David