Date: 01/05/17 04:03 am Title: A Short Christmas Story
this was always one that should have a part 2 .ty.
Author's Response: I find the change of gender, and the person's reaction to the change, to be the main part of the story. Besides, if a reader is left wanting more, it means that they enjoyed the story. Thank you very much.
Date: 12/29/16 11:26 pm Title: A Short Christmas Story
The story was decent enough but I don't find it believable that a young child would be able to pass itself of as an adult immediately. What about all the skills that the former child lacks? A decade or so of education is lost to the new adult and, finally, two decades of life has been lost as well. While the cancer vanished, I hardly believe that this couldn't have been accomplished without a body swap.
Author's Response: Most newspapers are written on a fifth grade reading level. Surely, you know some people who lack, at least to some degree, maturity? Even smart people will occasionally do dumb things. As for the loss of twenty years of life, it is preferable to death. Perhaps the cancer cure will only work as they are swapped from one body to the other? Then, maybe, the swap can only happen once? We should ask the Wizard when we meet him.
Date: 12/28/16 03:51 pm Title: A Short Christmas Story
OMG!!! That was literally the sweetest Spells R Us story that Ive ever read. I cried like so much at the ending. Amazing work.
Author's Response: The story came to me a week before Christmas several years ago and would not let me have any peace until it was entered into my computer. I admit that I had to wipe my eyes several times as I typed it on the keyboard.