Date: December 23 2013 11:42 PM Title: Dealing With Rejection - TO
I really liked dealing with Rejection, the ending was good like scaring him with the shrinking and crushing of the women, i bet more could be done, or just something fun wih contiune as there so much that can be done with a women who can do close to anything.
Date: December 20 2013 1:39 PM Title: Adoption Agency -EG
I spoke too soon. This is my absolute favorite out of all the short stories in this compilation. You really draw (or write) a detailed picture of the descriptions, events, personalities and story as a whole!
Date: December 20 2013 4:21 AM Title: Feelin' Blue - TO
Fuck, Adam should have hidden enough of the blue stuff somewhere, where he could get to it, and not told her that the effects where permanent....
He just handed himself over to a girl that he had just collared and enslaved? Oh well, he mostly deserves it, he thought he was going to ride her around like a horse...
Nice one Tiny, I liked the way he con't talking as he shrank down, and she squatted next to him....
Placing him into a 'Box', seems to be a recurring thing with you, trapping the tiny inside in total darkness.....Nasty thought!
Date: December 18 2013 9:28 AM Title: Making Friends -EG
I didn't use to comment much in the last few years, but let me just tell you that this series is GREAT, and since this website isn't exactly the first thing that pops into my mind when Christmas is approaching, I'm always surprised when I see a new installment (yep, even if it sounds stupid :)
Other than that, this chapter is the best so far (I have yet to read chapters 6-10 though).
Thanks a lot, both of you!
Date: December 17 2013 10:05 AM Title: Losing Ones Mind -EG
I like this a lot. The idea of a giantess being willingly revered by a town is pretty enticing, and the crush sequence was fun. I was hoping she was actually going to switch bodies with the giant girl so that she could crush her former tiny body with her new mind inside it, or even eat her. Still, great stuff!
Date: December 17 2013 6:04 AM Title: The Writing Process - TO
I was very surprised with how much you were able to flesh out what is ostensibly the stereotypical macrophile forum post as a story. I liked how the "you" of the story was writing the events before actually doing anything; it simultaneously gave it a unique pacing and made it way meta, which I always enjoy seeing in these kinds of stories if someone has a good sense of humor about it, and you certainly do. The references to "gentle" stories were a pretty goofy touch as well, considering you or "you" wouldn't touch one with a ten foot pole. Kudos and cupcakes and spilled entrails to you, etc.
OH, WOULDN'T I?