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February 11, 2007

"Just wanted to drop you an email and tell you that I greatly enjoy your stories. Been reading for a while and my favorite has got to be "New Gaia". That one I really like more for the story. If there were an opportunity for a trip like that I would be first in line. Have you thought of publishing some of your work like "New Gaia"? I guarantee you would sell at least one copy. ;) Just wanted to say love the work.

[Editor's note: The following was written 8 months later (October 29, 2007).]

Props for New Gaia. That is, without a doubt, one of the best stories I have ever read. Printed books included. I think you should try to finish that story and get it published. Anyhow, even if you don't write any more, it's a good good good story. LOL."

— Garrett

May 18, 2004

"I don't make it a habit to randomly torture authors with my thoughts, but I did feel the need to write you and tell you how amazing your stories are. I stayed up until past eight am this morning reading "New Gaia". It was incredible!!! I loved the details that you added, truly not many people would have gone to the lengths that you did in creating that structural society. Keep up the good work, it gives me hope that there are still humans out there capable of thinking! Thanks."

— Jennifer

March 7, 2000

"I'm not sure how I found your site, but I'm sure glad I did. I read a lot of FF, especially Ubers; so when I found several in one place (several really good ones), I was overjoyed. I think my favorite is New Gaia. The concept of going back in time to try to fix all the things we've messed up and not fall into the same traps is really awesome. I didn't think of one-tenth of the things to learn and preserve that you did. NG is a very unique story and I can hardly wait to see how it all turns out.

A good plot and great characters. Which is what all your stories have. I look forward to reading more of this wonderful tale from the sleep-depraved mind of 'kodiwolf.'"

— Lucy

[Editor's note: I just have to mention that "sleep-depraved mind" is my all-time favorite pun-typo. It just so perfectly captures me in a nutshell (I'm an insomniac and I write erotica). And in case it's not clear, I'm not trying to poke fun at this reader. No offense is intended. This person truly made my day with this, as well as the compliments for my story. I absolutely love this phrase and use it all the time when talking about my perpetual insomnia and how it affects my writing, i.e., "...from the depths of my sleep-depraved mind." I just want to give credit where it's due, since I wasn't clever enough to come up with this on my own.]

March 6, 2000


My backpack is packed
I am standing at the door
When do we leave?
One look back is all I need.

I have to tell you I am not [kidding]. I mean of all your stories this ranks at the top. You my dear are a very excellent writer.

[Editor's note: The following was written 9 days later (March 15, 2000).]

When I first read your description of this story, I didn't read the story. I am not really sure what turned me off. It was odd really, I didn't even give it a chance. Then I read all your others and this one just kept staring at me. So I thought, "Okay let's give it a try, you haven't let me down yet." I began to read it and couldn't stop. It was exciting, stimulating, and thrilling. I could see what the characters saw, feel their feelings and emotions. I really enjoy this one. In fact it is now one of my favorites. I can't wait to see how it works out."

— Wildside