Saturday, November 18, 2006

Working on it!
I'm finally making new edits to Stephanie's Scheme. It's taken a loooong time. One of the things that held me back was that I'd totally forgotten the details of what was going on, so I was dreading having to re-read it to get myself back up to speed again.
Not a good sign that - not wanting to read your old stuff. I guess I knew it was pretty well padded out, and it is. What struck me while re-reading was just how comvoluted and just plain confusing as lot of my syntax is. Some sentences just dont scan at all, leaving the reader wondering what was meant. I've cleaned a little of that up from chapter six onwards, but it's tough going. Also, I wanted to get going on actual new material while the mood was on me, rather than just editing.
I'm reasonably close to posting a new section. Which, give past form, could mean a week or a few years.
In the meantime, I'm really keen that the vistors that are leaving comments on the old lycos comment board, post here instead, so I'm taking down the old page, replacing it with this one and hoping people start to use this.


  1. Anonymous11:18 PM you thought we were waiting for...grammar? -G-

    Seriously, what distinguishes your stories from the rest, aside from the stunningly gorgeous photographs, is the true understanding that you show for the ultimate weakness that overflows from the depths of our lost souls.

    I'll suffer some bad punctuation, if only to see your next chapters!



  2. Anonymous1:50 AM

    Lots of people out here are waiting for the next chapters, in "Stephanie's Scheme" and even more so in "Clarissa". So please do not waste your precious time with re-editing old chapters - even if your sentences in a few instances are somewhat convoluted. The content of your wonderful stories is so enticingly good that the form of a few sentences doesn't matter that much. And, of course, there is always the possibility of reading a sentence again...
    I noticed that you added a little bit to the unfinished Chapter 17 of "Clarissa" which shows that you are working on it and gives hope to your avid readers that the next "Session" will come in a not too distant future.
    Please, do not shatter this hope!


  3. Anonymous4:17 AM

    I'm sure we could form teams of sissy girls to provide incentives for completion of additional chapters. And while punctuation is lovely, the right lingerie will always inspire more than the appropriate exclamation point.


  4. Anonymous3:20 PM

    I have to disagree with Chrissie, I'm afraid. I think that grammar and spelling can make or break a story.
    Your own stories are excellent, complex and well thought-through; it would be a shame to spoil the reading pleasure for the sake of not paying too much attention to the presentation.
    That's not to say that you should work back through the existing material - one can be just too precious about these things. However, I would encourage you to take the time you need to get the content and the presentation (i.e. the grammar, the spelling and the structure) right before posting the story to the site.
    I like the complexity of your plots and I love your descriptions of sexual activities, especially when lingerie is involved. One of the things which sets your stories way above most others is the quality of your writing - you develop the story properly, instead of rushing into the maximum number of shags per page.

    Keep up the good work - and take your time over it, to ensure it remains good work.

    Yours, from a very keen reader in the UK.