A few moments ago, I submitted the epilogue to Ande Barre's story. I've been able to write out a lot of characters from my mind, but despite everything, she's still firmly with me.
We'll be seeing more of her in the future sometime . I haven't ruled out a bonus chapter of some sort (maybe some Ande x Matt stuff), but for now, I'm going to take a breather. I can't believe how a short story ended up turning into a 22,810-word saga. Seeing users make collections out of these chapters is very surreal and humbling. Thanks for all the support over the past 11 months!
Like I said, the epilogue is also a prologue of sorts. I considered doing my ow
Good day, sirs and madams,
I'm wrapping up Ande Barre's adventure, and I'm planning on finishing by the end of the month. The fifth part has TF and expansion in it. The sixth part, which serves as a prologue and epilogue, will not have fetishy stuff in it. Everything will become apparent once it's read.
I've opened up a donation pool--I'm hoping to get 400 points so I can get a one-month core membership and change my username. When I originally opened the account and submitted the story I had, it was mostly on a whim, and I hadn't given much thought to the long-term consequences. I honestly hate the name "Chocotier", and after giving it
I loved the whole Insane Blueberry story arc. It's well written, creative, and mixed together elements from other stories that make this one truly unique! Plus it is super relate-able and there are no explosions!!!
"Fat Girl in a Glass Tube" is a great story! Sure, truth can be hard for biologists at times. I'm pretty sure you find something comedic about the whole deal where a lonely girl suddenly gets the flashing energy of science. Beautifully written, original testaments. Keep up, okay? It's not the end of the world... we're just really, really hungry.