Comments on ""Conditional Love" on newsstands" - Faerye Net 2010-01-07T17:34:05+00:00 Re: Just Bought Asimov's E-book and Read Your Story 2010-01-07T17:34:05+00:00 2010-01-07T17:34:05+00:00 <p>Hi Thea! I’m glad you liked my story. AND glad you liked Langford’s name. She wanted to be named Thea, and I said, “But I KNOW a Thea!” but I had to shrug and go ahead anyway. I think this means you’re entitled to name someone Felicity if you want :P</p> Felicity Just Bought Asimov's E-book and Read Your Story 2010-01-02T02:19:52+00:00 2010-01-02T02:19:52+00:00 <p>Felicity,</p> <p>I’m happy that you linked the Sony E-book site because I had no idea such a thing existed, and it was quite fun to get the Asimov’s issue pronto (though I do like paper better). Your story is an important one with a wallop at the end. Plus, I like Dr. Langford’s first name…</p> <p>Congratulations!</p> Thea Swanson re: Just Read Conditional Love 2009-12-16T16:43:10+00:00 2009-12-16T16:43:10+00:00 <p>Thank you, David! It’s very gratifying to hear that. Nothing gets me fired up to write and send out stories quite like knowing there are people who’d like to read them.</p> Felicity Just Read Conditional Love 2009-12-15T14:29:31+00:00 2009-12-15T14:29:31+00:00 <p>While testing a friend’s Kindle, I read “Conditional Love”. I REALLY enjoyed that short story – it was touching and leaves me thinking.</p> <p>I’m glad you got it published and will look for more stories from you.</p> David Re: Now... 2009-11-18T21:16:26+00:00 2009-11-18T21:16:26+00:00 <p>Actually, there&#8217;s still one Terminator post clogged in the post-spout. But I&#8217;ve got fiction work to do, so we&#8217;ll see when I get to it!</p> Felicity Now... 2009-11-17T11:10:31+00:00 2009-11-17T11:10:31+00:00 <p>It does NOT!!! It just means he likes giant stuff, obvy.</p> <p>Now get cooking and write a new post. Poss topic: burden of fame.</p> sister_sledge Responses 2009-11-13T12:06:43+00:00 2009-11-13T12:06:43+00:00 <p>Thanks for the support!</p> <p>Ruth: It&#8217;s actually very reasonable not to put my name on the cover, since there are very few people who consider my name as a selling point at the present time. Namely, you and my other friends. Since you guys will find out about it from my incessant enthusing anyway, the cover doesn&#8217;t need to advertise my name!</p> <p>Pam: Heh. I&#8217;m reading two different issues of ASF in different rooms, and just finished an issue of Realms of Fantasy. That&#8217;s just my periodical reading. So I&#8217;m the last to throw stones.</p> <p>Sister_sledge: This diaperthusiasm bodes ill for my nephew&#8217;s eventual graduation to the bathroom.</p> Felicity RAH RAH 2009-11-12T21:43:06+00:00 2009-11-12T21:43:06+00:00 <p>SIS BOOM BAH!!!<br /> SIS BOOM BAH!!!<br /> Just for you spayshull, a Cameron story: <br /> ME: Are you ready to have a giant double diaper in your pants? (pre-nap)<br /> CAM: Yeah, GIANT!!!</p> sister_sledge My issue is sitting on the nightstand. 2009-11-12T08:15:19+00:00 2009-11-12T08:15:19+00:00 <p>I can&#8217;t believe I didn&#8217;t read your story yet. Probably because the magazine is buried under all my other reading.</p> Pamela What I don't understand... 2009-11-11T23:54:28+00:00 2009-11-11T23:54:28+00:00 <p>&#8230;is howcome your name&#8217;s not listed on the cover? They obviously still underestimate your worth!</p> Ruth