When civilization has moved from Earth into space, are things really all that different?
(#) FrankieOreo 2012-09-02 06:01:35 PMI like it :). You'd thing I'd be confused, but you've managed to write it out clearly.
Author's responseThank you :) And that's nice. Wouldn't be much of a story if everyone just got confused, if you know what I mean. Sometimes, confused is good. Sometimes it's not.
(#) dustycrystal123 2012-09-03 02:18:36 AMAh-mazing! Just wow, love it already. Originality is sometimes quite rare nowadays lol but this story is definitely one of the few that are cliche and sort of weak and papery. Can't wait for an update!
Lotsa luv dusty xoxo
Author's responseThank you so much! But I'm sorry to say, this will only be a one-shot. (maybe I should have put that in the summary box) It was meant to be short and kind of sweet, not necessarily with originality in focus, but that's a bonus! :D So sorry if you were really hoping for an update, but there probably won't be one :/
(#) aweirdtree 2012-09-11 05:58:59 AMohmy, i only read this now, but ohmy ^^ i really liked it - thank you! i love how you don't tell much, just fractions of things that may or may not have happened and the reader can come up with the rest. and the ending... i'm in love with it (: also, the title is wondefully good.
Author's responseWhy thank you :D It was meant to be short and kinda floaty and vague, because it was inspired by a commercial (cue audience attempting to hold back laughter) and the focal point would be the letter... ^^
(#) nuttyniamh123 2012-10-20 06:56:10 AMThis was so nice! Ahhhh, adorable! I know you said it was meant to be vague, but can I ask why Gerard went back to earth for 11 years and didn't contact Frank? Just me being annoyinly curious. :-)
Author's responseThank you :) And maybe you should read the sequel-thingy, 'Earth and sun' (really more of a prequel/parallel commentary) It'll give the story a little more flesh to the bones :)
(#) nerds_assemble 2013-01-02 03:33:25 PMThat was just full of awesomesauce. It truely was original, which is so hard to find.
"Is that a letter, boy?"
Ahhhh, gotta love those old ladies.
You're awesome, dude!
Author's responseThank you! :) And I'm glad someone else appreciates the awesomeness of old ladies :D