Thursday, March 12, 2009

The Internet Flaps It's Wings

So, the other day I posted with a real-life story about finding something and how it effected me and invited my readers to tell their own stories of things lost and found. One of my readers, Kathryn (aka Kat) recently posted one such story on her livejournal.

In addition to filling me with glee - because I love evidence that not only do I actually have readers, they are moved to creativity by my posts - I think the story is pretty good. You should all read it and tell Kat how awesome she is.

2 comments:

Kathryn_aka_Kat said...

You're very kind, and I'm glad you liked it! :-)

Of course now, in keeping with your preceding post, there's a nagging in the back of my mind that says "who -is- Dorander? at what sort of training did Tallis fail? the words chosen make it an 18th c. or 19th c. culture, which? or earlier? or could you push it to early 20th c., but why, and how?" And that's the way some worlds get built?

Team Black Zion said...

Hey, found this blog, noticed you game in San Francisco and are also into indie gaming. You know any good game groups around here that favour indie rpgs? I moved here a year ago and still haven't found any real gamers. Hit me up if you're interested.