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    George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction

    Glad you enjoyed it.
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    George Glass' Transparency Thread

    Oh, yes, Dr. Hirano definitely chose those tight yoga pants to be appealing as well as functional.
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    George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction

    Re: “Mia: Confessions of a Dickgirl” Glad you’re liking it.
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    George Glass' Transparency Thread

    I initially filled in the chart with what each character was wearing in “Hot Yoga,” just to give myself a place to start with regard to their wardrobe choices. Then I looked at the Phineas and Ferb Wiki to see what Pedro and Sally wear. (Being typical cartoon characters, they always wear the same outfit.) Roger always wears a suit on the show, but he wouldn't wear that to “yoga class,” so I just made up an appropriate outfit for him. Clothing is a little bit important in this story because it shows how the situation has evolved since the events of “Hot Yoga.” In that story, everyone was dressed for an exercise class; they didn't know it was going to turn into an orgy. This time, in contrast, everyone knows what they're getting into (except maybe Sally and Pedro), so although they are still dressed for the exercise class that everyone else in their lives thinks they are going to, what they have on underneath may not be merely jockeys and sports bras.
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    Title Ideas

    A few off-the-top-of-my-head ideas: A Family Holiday Thanksgiving Stuffing Dressing, and Undressing A Feast for the Senses
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    George Glass' Transparency Thread

    Made good progress on the next chapter of “The More, the Merrier” tonight, this time mainly with regard to Balthazar, Melanie, and Roger. Also spent some time on the Victoria’s Secret site for research purposes. (Is it better or worse when that’s actually the truth? ) This story is chart-intensive. Not only is every chapter outlined, but I have a big table showing what each character is wearing (top, under top, bottom, under bottom), and each item of clothing is color-coded according to the chapter in which the character takes that item off. (I decided this was necessary after I discovered that in “Hot Yoga,” I mistakenly had Jenny take her pants off twice.)
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    Review responses for "Splinter" [Steven Universe]

    Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed the alternate ending. I should be more open-minded about dark endings. They’re fun to write.
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    Review responses for "Hot Yoga" [Phineas and Ferb]

    Glad you’re liking it. At this point, I’m planning to write 3 more chapters for “Auntie’s Home.”
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    George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction

    Re: “Auntie’s Home” Well, that’s not ALL that’s left...
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    Review responses for "Hot Yoga" [Phineas and Ferb]

    Reply to Star wars player 1’s review: Thank you! On the show, Melanie is generally portrayed as a bored office drone, and I thought it would be fun to write about what might lie beneath that blasé exterior. Then I decided that in her heart of hearts, she's into young boys (and, to a lesser extent, teenage girls), and that Jenny's special incense was going to set those impulses loose in a big way. I hadn't used shifting perspectives much before then, so I thought that would be fun to try. Also, it would enable me to better describe what the characters were experiencing. Thanks! Part of why I chose Dr. Hirano to include in the story was because of my "mother's duty" fetish (ie, I'm into moms who teach their kids first-hand about sex). She has a sultry voice (courtesy of Ming-Na Wen, who voices her), and I could easily imagine her using that voice to instruct her daughters and Coltrane in the finer points of lovemaking. And I wanted Coltrane to have a role because we don't see much of him on the show even though he is ostensibly Stacy's boyfriend. Yeah, I'm into that too. I don't have plans to continue with that, but there's a forthcoming scene in "Auntie's Home" that that brief scene with Dr. Hirano and Baljeet inspired. Yes, we'll get a good look at the evolution of that four-way relationship in this story. I figured, this is the girl who went on a "Save the pigeons" campaign, so she's got to be an animal lover. Plus, she's a total granola with lots of far-out ideas, so it's pretty easy to take her in crazy directions sexually. You too! And thanks for the review.
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    George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction

    SWP1, because this is a review of “Hot Yoga,” I’m going to respond to it in my review-reply thread for that story here.
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    George Glass' Transparency Thread

    My streak of productivity continues: I just posted chapter 4 of “Auntie’s Home.” What is more, I’m making good progress tonight on the next chapter of “The Miss Cutie Patootie Pageant,” so I expect to have that off to beta in the next few days. Made a bit of progress on “The More, the Merrier,” too. I’m having a lot of fun with Adyson and Gretchen in this story; in chapter 2, they’re going to do something that may or may not be physically possible. But, you know, they’re cartoons, so physiological correctness be damned.
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    JayDee's Review Reply Thread (Original Writing)

    I just saw a quote from fantasy writer Scott Lynch that made me think of “The Man in the Tree”: “Elegant worldbuilding is the act of using little things to invite big inferences. When you tell us that a woman in a fictional world has bought an apple from a vendor, you have also told us (if we care to make the inferences) about farmer, orchard, tree, and seed.”
  14. A forensic psychologist once told me about a psychopath (back when psychologists still used that term) he interviewed who was imprisoned for life after having been a hit man for the mob. The prisoner had no remorse about any of the murders he had committed, but he also argued that everyone he killed was someone the world was better off without (because they were all criminals from rival organizations). So even a person with no conscience may feel the need to justify their actions.
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    Review responses for "Multiversity" [Gravity Falls]

    Not at all. I'm happy to get any length of review from you, at any time. Oh, no, I've accidentally written a "journey of self-discovery" story, just like I inadvertently wrote a "coming of age" story with "Quiet." I might as well just move to Europe and make indie movies. Once you read chapter 10, I'll be interested to find out what twist you might have been expecting. Thank you, and you too!