I have read several of your stories published on Nifty, the last one being "I'll Kill You Out of Love". I read your first chapter of "The Quest" today. I like your work. Thank you for sharing it with us.
I'll take time to look through your publication on the "12 Wild Boar boys" and their coach trapped in the cave. Needless to say it was covered daily here in the kingdom. I don't know if you saw the latest news, three of the boys and the coach were "stateless". Since the rescue they are being granted Thai citizenship. Their circumstances were different but the end result is they'll become recognized,
Though I enjoy reading stories about having sex, (What man doesn't?) lol
I have found I enjoy stories even more when they have an interesting backdrop, history or destination also. So your coupling of a love story between Horembeb & Tut set in the times of the Pharoahs is simply great. I have found it extremely entertaining and I eagerly await each new installment.
I have but one request. This is your story & I its outcome I leave in your more than adept hands & imagination. But I would ask that you allow Horembeb to return to his home & see his parents at sometime. Again, this is only a suggestion from an avid fan of your work.
Keep writing & I will keep reading.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
"I'll Kill you out of Love" - What a lovely story. Reminds me of a story that I read as a boy - the emperor's boy about Alexander the great. Fond memories.
I've also written a few stories on nifty. My latest is right near the top of the gay adult friends section. "Josh goes Greek on me"
TX for this wonderful fantasy. Please let me know when you post again?
I liked your story "I'll Kill you out of Love" for 2 reasons, the first is that I love Egyptian history and that period in particular, the second is I love the way Sembeb was raped by the soldier, I love rape stories, I hope more are included in the next chapter.
Friday, February 28, 2014
I just finished reading your story "I'll Kill you out of Love" on Nifty. I enjoyed it very much, thank you.
But I do have a question for you, if you don't mind.
It appears from your story, that English is not your mother language. So where are you from, and do you still live there?
Thank you for your story.
Monday, 16 september 2013
That was very quick work!
I have downloaded the e-pub on my e-reader and read "I'll Kill you out of Love" over the weekend. All in all I did find it a robust historical novel, that told me a lot about a period that I didn't know anything about before, and that is what historical novels are for, and why I love them.
The protagonist Sembeb I found very likable, but once he was Horembeb he changed into a somewhat cardboard figure, a little too good to be true. I didn't shed a single tear over him, as I have over some of your other heroes.