Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Updates... finally?

Well I am back and, as promised, some new chapters are available. First up I have loaded a new chapter for Sarah Porter's Schooldays and Pentonbridge Pig. I'm still working on the latest chapter of My Very Own, but I hope that once it is available, everyone will feel that the wait was worth it.

I have been a little sidetracked recently, with a punishing work schedule and the Olympics. Yes I have become distracted by the sporting prowess of the World's nations and proud of my own country's achievements. I have a couple more small trips this month but after that it is looking nice and quiet for the rest of the year.

So what this means: for me - able to finally get around to finish unpacking and settling in to my house, for you - more regular updates of all the stories and maybe something new sometime before Christmas.

12 comments:

  1. Thanks. Very enjoyable! Excellent chapter of PP.

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  2. I can not even wait for this chapter of MVO. Soooo good.

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  3. Thanks for the confidence :) Chapter 21 of MVO is about 35,000 through so I think that's about halfway (yes longer than usual but...).

    I'm off to the remote north for a couple of days but I have an ipad now so I should be able to proof what I have while I'm gone, which should speed things along nicely. :)

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  4. Thanks for the new SPS! And the idea of the 70,000 words of the next MVO chapter... Exhilarating!

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  5. Thanks for the excellent update on SPS :)

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  6. Why not publish a part 1 and a part 2 if you are half way through?

    It will break up the chapter, make it less intimidating and stop the infuriating wait!!!!

    Just a suggestion :-P. It is the best story I have read in a very long time and I want more now! *stamps foot*

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    1. Being the huge softy that I am I am going to do a full proof of the half of MVO 21 that I have written and pop it on the blog. I shall have the chance to do so sometime over the next week - most likely while I am away (yes again) and bored in my hotel room (crazy schedule but it settles down for the last quarter of the year and I am even *gasp* going to take a week off in September and really settle into my house).

      I shan't actually split the chapter into parts, just update it with the other half when it is ready.

      Happy now, you demanding little buggers.

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  7. Eagerly await the next SPS chapter - the latest was especially excellent. PP as well.

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  8. If I ever win the lottery, I plan to hire you to write full-time! Especially MVO. Simply the best.

    The long waits between updates are excruciating. Torturers Ingenious? Indeed!

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    1. Well then, if I don't win the lottery I am hoping you do :)

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  9. I started Sarah Porter's story and I cannot stop reading chapters after chapters. Not only the characters are incredibly well developed (to me) but every scene is described with such details it reminds me of Zola who could use a whole chapter just to bring to life a bouquet of flowers. I especially like how the main character, Sarah, is conflicted between embracing her new slavery because it brings her sexual pleasure (and she was a virgin) and embracing it because it is her nature. This conflict is leading her to an ever ending amount of troubles. For me chapter 18 was also special because it gave a glimpse of what Sarah's future will be in the form of what is apparently a former student. Jessie's introduction as a collared, pierced and plugged silent pet makes me looking forward to either read about other former students (maybe older ones) or about Sarah's life after her 2 years training. But given that one week of training was covered in more than 30 chapters I am afraid that it is just wishful thinking. All in all, thank you for sharing your work with us, ungrateful readers, or if you prefer 'demanding buggers'. I am looking forward to reading even more of your prose in the not so distant future.

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  10. I too LOVE this story and Sarah ;) I also LOVE the pace and amount of details too.

    I really appreciate Jason's efforts in writing such an excellent masterpiece with all this depth I can feel the characters like for real.

    Probably the worst part of every other story I read on the subject is trying to rush things up, most of the time it ruins the whole thing, other times it just leaves many things out.

    Honestly this is the first time I ever say this, but patience is a virtue :D

    Greedy as I am, I'm hoping for years to come of SPS and then a sequel on her future life :D only if Jason keeps it soooooo generous as he is.

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