wow, Lydia. That felt so real. Quite extraordinary.
Thanks, Debs.Glad you enjoyed it.
Excellent story! So sad and beautiful, you were spot on with the emotion.
Hi. Thanks :)Glad you enjoyed it.
Congrats on a very thought-provoking story! I read my Every Day Fiction email – as I always do, tucked up in bed with a mug of something warm – and had a little jolt of happiness when I saw that today's author is somebody who 'writes in Llanelli, UK'. I lived in Llanelli for a time, whilst I tried (and failed) to go to college there, so I thought I'd come and say 'hi'!
Hi Robin. Thanks for dropping by.Yay! Llanelli!!!It's having a hard time right now, all the shops have moved to the out of town shopping centre at Trostre. The High Street is full of just charity shops and cash converter/buy your gold shops.They are building a new cinema and a Travelodge. Because that's supposed to revitalise the town. Lol.
Congrats on the publication, Lydia.
Hi Jeff. Thanks for dropping by.And thanks for the congratulations, too.
Keep up the good work, Lydia! Your stories always stick with me.
Hi Milo :)Thanks! And thanks for the comment of EDF, too.
...and way to go on meeting your May W1S1 goals!
Hi Lydia. I'm interested in recording "Blood and Water" as an Every Day Fiction podcast, but first I wanted to check in with you and see if you had plans to record the story yourself. If it's okay to go ahead, you can reach me at follyblaine AT gmail DOT com. You can hear some of my other recordings at http://www.everydayfiction.com/features/podcast/ Thanks! - Folly
Hi Folly.That's wonderful. I really enjoyed hearing you read Milo's Captain Quasar story.Recording it myself would be the last thing I'd ever do. I've got a terrible voice and I read aloud like a six year old stumbling over their words. Lol.I'll be in touch.
Great work! And way to go on your W1S1 goals.