Date: 11/24/15 02:15 am Title: A house in the snow
I liked the story alot. The interplay of the characters and how they react to the switching and the randomness of who they might get switched to next makes for some interesting reading. I look forward to more from the this milieu.
Author's Response: Thanks, it was fun writing this.
Date: 11/16/15 04:07 am Title: A house in the snow
Can you explain to me why you think identity control was a failure? I really enjoyed that story, and I didn't see any negative reviews for it.
Author's Response: The story went all over the place and there were a few reviews commenting on that. I decided to stop updating it until it was done but to achieve the ending I wanted I realised I need to go back and rewrite the middle part.
Date: 11/16/15 01:02 am Title: A house in the snow
I'm kind of curious, what is the importance of the title? It seems sort of... random. Plus, the ending is a bit unclear when it comes to what happens/what will happen to Blake.
And when you describe Identity Control as a failure, don't tell me you're never going to finish it. Don't break my heart here.
Author's Response: Well, the only other title I could think off was 'House in the snow' but that is so generic I decided against it and just went with the working title The ending was unclear basically because I want to write a sort of sequel, bringing Blake back along with some new characters to explore options that weren't visited in this one. Identity Control suffered from a bad lack of planning and the story ended up going in all sorts of crazy directions that it shouldn't have. It's not to say I won't finish it (I have the rest already written) it's just when I look at the end product I realise I need to redo a lot of it.