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1. Chapter 1 Reviews

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Jun 19 2011 09:47 PM

(Chapter 1 Review)

I would like to see more of this story. I understand that may not happen. It is a good story and the characters are interesting. more please

View Post Reply from Foster (author)

I have a fondness for writing silly, escapist stories. So, I wrote this as a counterweight, thinking it couldn't hurt. If I continue this now, it would most likely be jarring in a very different direction or perspective. Maybe I would pick the story back up ten years later, with a phone call in the middle of the night. "Sam, I really need your help." Thank you for reading and reviewing too, but that never really says much, so how about thanks Sojourn, catch you around.
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Mar 24 2011 02:09 PM

(Chapter 1 Review)

Wow sure didn't see that one coming. Ed seemed to be a nice guy who might be in the closet and was looking for someone but never thought it would suddenly turn almost into an S/M scene on the basketball court. Sort of disturbing but want to know why the games were played and how the sudden realization of the power switch happened. Really would love to see more with these characters.

View Post Reply from Foster (author)

Finding out you are attracted and maybe in love with someone and not knowing what is going on or going to happen... can be disturbing. Maybe this was all fantasy. Thanks for taking the time to read something of mine and reviewing.
Sara Alva%s's Photo

Feb 12 2011 05:18 PM

(Chapter 1 Review)

Poking around GA :)
Interesting turn there at the end. Here I was thinking Ed was the one "in control"--that he knew 'the score' with his basketball buddy and was drawing it out just to be a tease-- but I guess sometimes it's easy to forget that all of us have our insecurities, our needs and desires that we keep hidden from others. Good story.

View Post Reply from Foster (author)

Thanks Maria, I have conflicting thoughts about what I wrote.
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