Date: 10/29/18 12:52 am Title: Back to Work
Ouch. Perhaps realistic (in this Great Shift aftermath world), but difficult to read when you care so much about the main character. Hoping you find a way to come to a happier ending.
Author's Response: Fear not, brave heart. All is not lost.
Date: 10/26/18 01:41 am Title: Summer's End
I think you shouldn't have explained the whole backstory again, this is the same book, only a different chapter, it turns heavy when your always explaining every single element of the story, they don't need to be built assuming that the reader hesn't read the other chapters.
Date: 09/23/18 02:10 pm Title: Summer's End
NO! Why did this end? I NEED MORE! NO, I DEMAND MORE! MOREEEEE!!!!!!
Ps: why are you doing this follow up as a separate thing and not as a second chapter? And even if not, shouldn't this be grouped with the other one as a series?
Author's Response: I wrote the first one as a stand alone story. But later I decided to visit the characters again. It's marked complete by accident. There will be another chapter soon.
Date: 09/23/18 01:31 am Title: Summer's End
Limbos, you have mistakenly categorized this story as 'complete'. There is no way you can leave so many loose ends. Literally everyone in the story is still coping with their changes. Other than Mel, who seems to have gone over to the dark side. I mean, Doug and his daughter just got back from hitting the clothing stores and the beauty salon. How will Mel react to their appearance now? And what about her sinister foreshadows? And what of Kara, who left Doug with a hint of more than friendship?
I'm sorry, but I have to insist you continue this story. The characters demand answers! LOL
Author's Response: It was marked complete by accident. There is another installment in the works.