Date: 02/27/17 11:34 am Title: Bandits
I am amazes your story hasn't got more reviews. It is a gripping read and I like the theme, especially as it is realistic, where the cross dressing is concerned. Would yo please continue?
Date: 08/10/14 07:18 pm Title: What to Do?
I think that the name is fine, it easily identifies how Sara is being viewed. Additionally, it prevents confusion of the names, as both names are very distinctive names in the setting so far. Often in real life, people have and go by many different names, I myself have at least six different nicknames, along with my given first and middle names, along with my chosen name, an additional two names. That brings the number of names I have responded to up to 11 (including my last name). I don't have any issues keeping them straight, and neither did anyone else.
I really like how this story is going so far. It is well written and I find myself frantically checking for updates. I hope to see more of it, and more like it in the future. Keep it coming :)
Author's Response: Many thanks for your thoughts. I was getting worried no one was reading this more than once. As I'm getting used to writing both her names, I'm coming to agree with you. I'll give it some more thought but will probably keep it as is... I'll be updating this fairly often. I'm actually amazed at how much I've written already, but this story is taking my mind off of my sore back much better than any of my other stories. So for that strange reason, the first part should be done by the end of the month, I'm aiming for 40K words. Then I'll get started on the next half. This is going to be a LONG series. Thanks again.
Date: 08/02/14 06:08 pm Title: Bandits
I like it. I've always wanted Minikisa to write a more involved version of Dragonslayer. This may be going in the direction. You have it categorized as crossdressing, so it is probably just wishful thinking, that she isn't going to physically or mentally change... but if she did, I would like that very much. :) Still, nice. I'll give it 5 stars.
Author's Response: Sorry, but this is merely cross dressing, as it's going to be more mainstream YA. I still want to go into more detail about how much effort she goes through to deal with things than you'll find in similar Western YA novels and deal with it as realistically as possible, well as realistically as possible when you have a magic sword. Thanks for reading, I hope you'll continue enjoying it. ...PS. I agree that seeing Minikisa write an expanded Dragonslayer would be awesome. Or even some short stories later on.