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Oh my. I loved every word. You have every right to be proud.ReplyDelete
Hey Nancy! Bless you, that means so much to me. I worried over the sheer length, but breaking it over a few days didn't sit well with me. Thanks for wading through it! Indigo xDelete
What a great tale! And that's not pulling Elliot's either to say it.ReplyDelete
Hey Jaleh! Thank you, glad you enjoyed! By the way, I wouldn't advise pulling on Elliot. Last time we did that, we ended up at Gettysberg helping Lincoln with his speech. Indigo xDelete
Magnificent Indigo, simply magnificent and not a word too long. This more than any was the reason I signed up.ReplyDelete
Willing to share pizza you say?
That's all very well in theory my friend - but everyone knows that in practice theory never works.
Thanks for this and have a good weekend.
Hey Alistair! I salute you for the second read. This one gave me the willies with its length; not very blog-reader-friendly. Still. A good story will out! As for pizza, you didn't show, so I ate your two as well. IndigoDelete
I accept the paradox. These things happen in my line of work.ReplyDelete
my new motto, sugar! thanks for an exceptional read tonight! ;~) xoxoxoxox
Hey Savannah! I swear that most of this kind of dialog isn't in the script, and just writes itself. I work from a loose outline, which is why these things end up so damned long; characters flex and interract when I'm not paying attention. Oops. Glad you enjoyed! Indigo xDelete
I have to read this in parts because my kids won't let me stay on the computer for long periods. I'm on part 4 right now. I'm trying to picture an elephant in a trench coat.ReplyDelete
Hey Claudya! Bless you for making time for this final chapter (in seven parts!) - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's chapters weren't quite as long, but it's a dedicated reader who's read the lot! Indigo xDelete
Abbey was quite the eloquent speaker.ReplyDelete
Hey Claudya! Thanks for making your way through this! Abbey speaking young Dantoo's words is one of my favourite segments here. Indigo xDelete
I loved Abbey speaking young Dantoo's words. At first, I didn't understand. Then I reread the part about Dantoo taking Abbey's hand and remembered the earlier scene with Abbey. You make your readers participate and that's good. I feel a real investment in all these characters now. This was absolutely glorious, my friend. I'm in awe of your very special talent and honored by your friendship. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Hey Jayne! The honour is always mine xDelete