Thanks for the fav!
Hey, thanks for the watch!
Thanks for the favorite on Twilight Sparkle Gets a Good Night's Sleep. It means alot to me, and I'm glad you enjoyed it.
>>101062101062 You're welcome I actually had it for a few days on the ever growing read later list and only now got around to read it, I'm glad I did, so far it looks interesting, looking forward to see more of it.
I appreciate the fav on Pony's Sympathy, thank you.
>>7943379433 I'm afraid I don't have enough experience to proofread a story, much less proper editing, also I'm currently expending my free time trying my hand at writing something worth looking for a proofreader to send, but currently I have scrapped for one reason or another 3 stories and have 2 others in "development hell", meaning I'm completely stuck with them and they will probably won't be seen by anyone else in the foreseeable future if ever. If I don't end up finishing a chapter worth passing to editing in one of the other 2 stories I'm working on by the next weekend I'll probably stick to reading and leaving writing to other more capable hands.
Anyway, good luck with Deception, Have you tried submitting it to relevant groups yet? It may be what it needs to scape anonymity. Aside from the size problem I can't see why it's so unappreciated .
>>7219572195 >>8519685196 >>8595685956 Thank you for your stories, I've got to say you've an interesting rendition of Equestria. I'm hopping to see more of it in the future.
>>7371073710 >>7854678546 >>5896358963 >>5825558255 You're welcome, I'm looking forward for further updates in your stories too, sorry for the late response... Initially I didn't really participate on the site, but I guess a short acceptable response is better that none at all. Especially when you have taken the time to write. Sorry again.
And thanks again for the favorite on Families!
Thanks for the favorite on Metamorphosis!
>>7791177911 (Is familiar with location of Spain, not of Torremolinos) TO GOOGLE MAPS!
Well, for what it's worth, you certainly seem able to hold you own in a conversation in writing. How much different could it be when you're speaking English?
Sounds like public education is about as bad over there as it is over here. With the laundry list of problems wracking the school systems, its almost a surprise anyone learns anything at all. I guess it all just comes down to personal incentive. Your description of you English classes sounds a lot like my senior year guitar class. I still cringe over how that cacophony of dissonance made it damn near impossible to learn anything, let alone anything be taught. But I wanted to learn how to play badly enough that I still pursued to the best of my ability, and I've gone from just barely being able to play a scale to being able to grind out songs like Black Tongue by Mastodon to Take This Life by In Flames (sort of).
That's funny, because my Mexican friend Alan learned how to speak English almost the exact same way.
And don't worry; I did ask.
I'm not too worried about the low-lifes of the internet being a problem here. What little response we have had has been fairly positive; it's more the lack of recognition that bothers me. And we did have a few people we'd sent it to for edits, but both of them are either busy or MIA, so it would seem we're without an editor for the moment. But, if you'd be interested....
Thanks for faving "Rites of Ascension"!
Edit: And the watch! :)