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Trent Roogna

I don't write stories; but I do give unwanted criticism to those who do.


In case anyone ever sees this, I wanted to point out something. · 9:12pm Sep 9th, 2013

This Gif is the most inappropriately used meem I've ever seen. In the Movie Citizen Kane (where this comes from) the title character is clapping for what was a HORRIFIC performance.

He's forcing himself to applaud because he's having an affair with the performer; not because she was anything close to good.

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Thank you for faving Of Heaven and Earth.:twilightsmile:

It didn't go the way I expected. It was far more... Innocent, and real.

Thanks for adding "Can Ya Fix Her?" Hope you enjoyed it. :twilightsmile:

Thank you for the fave on Derailed. :twilightsmile:

2381215 I was thinking it may have been that story, but it's a long story, riddled with spoileriffic comments and I hadn't read the latest chapter nor was I looking to sift through the comments in hopes of finding something (I've done that before, and it's not very fun). I also wasn't entirely certain that that connection wasn't entirely coincidental, as has often been the case with me a persistent lurker and data collector.

I do enjoy H'ven Sent greatly, though. It satisfies my need for a Heinlein-esque science fiction story, with a bit of the macabre mystery courtesy of Ray Bradbury thrown in for good measure.

If I may be so bold as to ask where you went on your honeymoon...where did you go on your honeymoon?

The Xanth series has it's faults (I've only read the older novels from the 70s/early 80s), but I still enjoy it very much for its wit and unashamed punniness, even when it's painful. The only reason I'd want to visit Florida is to see the forgotten gap, actually. The Landover series by Terry Brooks is another fantasy series that is decidedly more serious but I still enjoy in the vein of fantasy realms that exist accessible from and separate to our own nonmagical universe.

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