Where did… X author go/any future plans?

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  • #102141
    Lingster
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    Ok, I loved Crzyfck, I missed the whole of his stories when google turned evil on his google docs account :'( I just hope that Crzyfck does post all his stories on brawna or thevalkyre, he is a great author

    Lingster, when are you going to do a Will’s power part 2??? seriously I liked your stories a lot. About the new layout for Brawna, it is ok but I miss the search functionality while not logged on

    1. I don’t know.
    2. When Microsoft was giving away its Bing box I was happy to share site search with uncredentialed visitors, because it didn’t eat my server resources. Now that Microsoft has shut down the free Bing box, I won’t be offering it. It slows down the site too much and eats too many resources. People probably don’t realize this, but Brawna does half a million pageviews per month. It isn’t super complex or expensive to host, but it ain’t a Tumblr blog, either. So log in.
    #102852
    blah8884
    Participant

    Actually crzyfck released a zip with a few stories that he was writing. It should be somewhere on the board.

    Btw, has anyone seen or have been in contact with Ratlaf? I know he abruptly closed his deviantart account way back, but its a bit disappointing to see stuff just gone :/ I was hoping to read his last work again where any weights essentially helped the girl build more muscle.

    #102938
    stevexyz
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    #102943
    Zespara Alathar
    Participant

    Nice little ditty you wrote there, Steve. I really enjoyed it as per usual. πŸ™‚

    Z

    #102945
    blah8884
    Participant

    My latest:

    http://www.thevalkyrie.com/stories/1misc30/likemotherlikedaughter.txt

    Woot! nice πŸ™‚

    I was a little worried about the daughter going the path of well… mm… just doing whatever haha. Nice conclusion πŸ˜€

    #120062
    blah8884
    Participant

    Dredging a topic back from the graves (though I like to think its still relevant).

    I want to give a big shout out to Steve the Z. Fantastic series with the intergalactic FMG stories. Personally I really really loved the Pillz A Poppin story (something about the character personalities just meshes really well.) I don’t think I ever commented but Spring Fever was fantastic as well (highly recommend these stories).

    Anyone heard from any of their favorite authors recently? (Also I think my first post is still somewhat accurate in my hopes to see future stories).

    #120745
    …..
    Participant

    I, myself, was wondering about SeaRaven. Was reading some of his stories the other day and they were really classic and right up my alley. I am not sure if he is writing anymore anywhere, though I hope so. I am only actually aware of three stories/sets of stories by him including Powerfemme, Megagirl, and Mike and Jenni.

    Hoping there is more of this great author’s work out there somewhere.

    #129633
    James
    Participant

    I, myself, was wondering about SeaRaven. Was reading some of his stories the other day and they were really classic and right up my alley. I am not sure if he is writing anymore anywhere, though I hope so. I am only actually aware of three stories/sets of stories by him including Powerfemme, Megagirl, and Mike and Jenni.

    Hoping there is more of this great author’s work out there somewhere.

    I had always hoped to see a conclusion to Powerfemme. A lot of Sea Raven’s scenes inspired me when I was writing. I also wondered whatever happened to Leonardx who was redoing some of Gribble’s stories. (Also an inspiration.)

    #129636
    sacul
    Participant

    Since I’m on DA more often than not these days, i want to say that while I’m open to story writing, most of my free time has been taken up by other things and most of the time when i get commissions, they’ll be art work or comics (which would be illustrated stories of course) but that’s what people want. Unless the story and writing and characters are good, I don’t normally see a lot of stories that much more, i could be wrong of course

    #129641
    AlexG
    Keymaster

    Seems that a certain percentage of the authors no longer around had no problem in getting a story launched, but as soon as they reach the transformation scene, they abruptly leave the story hanging without any resolution.

    Either – 1) they never had any fully formed concept as what to do beyond that . . .

    Or – 2) Whatever inspiration that they might have derived in the creative process of the reaching for the TF, with that climax event they then lose all interest in going any further with the story.

    β€œI like a good story well told. That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.”
    ~ Mark Twain / Samuel Clemens (1907)

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