GeorgeGlass

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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from FairySlayer in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    I’m pleased to report that the word count for the final chapter of “Wishful” has surpassed 5000. I’m aiming for about 6500. I also made some solid progress on the next chapter of “Biological Imperative” today, but there’s a lot more to do on that.
    @ultimo01, sorry, but I don’t follow any of those fandoms.
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to ultimo01 in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    Hi,
    I just found your story “Biological Imperative” , and I think its the best fan fic from Lilio and Sitch I have even read. I love impregnation, so Stitch changing both Lilo and Nani into his breeding sows is a really hot concept. For sure I can’t wait when they will really break, and beg for his cum and babies, and with gladly helping him impregnate as many girls and woman as possible. I’m just not fan of making their tits big, it coduld be more natural thing from pregnancy. Also for Lilo it could be even hotter if his seed was making her grow faster, until she would reach look of a 10 years old girl and then started ovulating. Idea, Stitch could add his cum to water supply on island, making even easier for him to break any female he wants.
     
    Also, are maybe open for requests? I have a lot of ideas.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from FairySlayer in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    Tonight has been quite the opposite of Monday night; I’ve actually made progress on the stories I most wanted to make progress on. I added about 800 words to the final chapter of “Wishful,” and I did some work on chapter 8 of “Just One Rule,” as well. I made some decent headway on my upcoming Big Hero 6 story “Rashomonster,” too. That will be the next chaptered story I’ll start posting when I’m done with “Wishful.”
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to Pixel-King in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    Thanks for the recommendation. And never apologize for a pun!
    I don't believe so. But he is on asstr and has a back up repository since that site is spotty these days. The original works he writes remind me of your works.
    https://www.asstr.org/~Renpet/stories.html
    https://www.tempesterotica.org/Authors/Renpet/index.html
    AnonyMPC is another good author.
    https://www.asstr.org/~AnonyMPC/index.html
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from FairySlayer in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    Re: “Twins: An Incest Poem”
    From Lady Freelove on February 14, 2021
    So sorry for my slow response to this, especially after you went to the trouble of reposting it.
    Thank you. I don’t write many poems, so I’m very glad you liked this one.
    This brought a tear to my eye. I’m glad that this poem brings that special person to mind, and I hope that at least some of the memories it stirs up are happy ones.
     
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    If you want to read a hucow story that's basically the opposite of that, you might enjoy "The Interview." It’s kind of...mootopian. (Sorry.)
    I’m not sure, but the name sounds familiar. Are they on AFF?
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to Pixel-King in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    Yeah, sometimes I find something like a comic about human cattle dystopias with lots of snuff and non-con and I'm disturbed but absolutely enthralled. It is horrible and I feel like a CSI analyzing a corpse with clinical, academic detachment, but I have to keep reading. Like the only way to purge it from my system is to finish the story and then never look back again.
    Other things, like Make it Wit Chu, are so profoundly depressing that I feel addicted and can't wait for more.
    Lol, thank goodness no. Instead she crawls around slapping asses and her internal dialog involves calling Lincoln a f*g with a small dick.
    (I found it and my memory of it wasn't too far off. https://m.fanfiction.net/s/13097555/1/Lily-Is-a-Baby-Chad )
    Sounds . . . fun? I hope it turns out "Awwright!"
    Just like your characters with their relatives!
    I started reading it yesterday and was absolutely loving it and was ecstatic to find something new (to me) from you, then I realized I had already read it a while back when I first started binging your works. Still a fantastic read! Even if the end is a bit doggy, er, dodgy.
     
    (I definitely read way too much smut, not to mention all the mountains of fanfics.)
     
    But as I said once before, you are a very delightfully degenerate gentleman, and I'm always thrilled to see your name under a new story title.
     
    By the by, have you ever read anything from Renpet?
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' fanfic review response thread   
    From Pixel-King on February 20, 2021
    That was my thinking, too. I took inspiration from DrYNot’s mega-popular story “Make It Wit Chu.”
    Thanks.
    Mostly she loves taunting Lincoln and showing him how completely she controls him by using both carrot and stick.
    Those were my favorite parts to write.
    I haven’t been tempted to write a whole story about them, but they make a cameo in chapter 2 of “The Cartooniverse Mother-Daughter Crossover Sextacular.”
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    Well, it cost me $100 and a lot of time on the phone with a tech last night, but my computer is back to running normally again. Apparently there were just too many programs running at once. And, per the forecast, the last of the freezing nights has passed, so all in all, things are getting back to normal for me.
    SWP1, thanks for the nice comments on “Record.” To answer your question: I’m declaring right now that even though there’s quite a bit left to do on it, I will have the final chapter of “Wishful” finished some time in the next 3 weeks (ie, by March 13th). I’m stating this openly so that I can hold myself to it.
    Also, I expect to post the next chapter of “Biological Imperative” later today. I was able to finish drafting it and to audio-proof it on my phone; now I just need to eyeball-proof it.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    Update: Chapter 6 of “Biological Imperative” is now posted!
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from FairySlayer in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    I’m having another one of those evenings in which I’m productive but not in the way I’d most like to be productive. Instead of working on the next chapters of any of my 5 in-progress stories, I've been compulsively writing random sex scenes for that Star Vs fanfic I mentioned (the one subtitled “The Nine Wives of Marco Diaz”). Such is my process.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in Review responses for "Biological Imperative" [Lilo & Stitch]   
    From Pixel-King on February 20, 2021
    Thanks for that. Just fixed it.
    Like I say in the disclaimer at the beginning, this story isn't actually based on L&S; rather, it's inspired by various pieces of porny L&S artwork. 
    No David Ogden Stiers-voice in my porn, thanks.
    We shall see.
    There's fun times ahead.
    'kay.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in Review responses for "Biological Imperative" [Lilo & Stitch]   
    I love the puking robot.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    Re: “You Get What You Pay For”
    From Pixel-King on February 21, 2021
    I’ve read some stories that had me thinking, “This is horrible. I’m horrible for reading it. But I can’t stop.” So I’m spreading that around.
    Please tell me it’s not a rule 63 fic in which Lily is a boy named Chad.
    Nothing that’s specifically focused on Lily, but of course she gets some action in “Enter the Sandboy,” and (spoiler alert!) she’s got a big action scene coming up in “Just One Rule.”
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Pixel-King in George Glass' Review Responses -- Original Fiction   
    Re: “For the Price of One”
    From Pixel-King on February 21, 2021
    Wow, you are really plowing through my fics.
    Thanks!
    I’m not planning a sequel, but have you read “Little Rose”? If you liked this story, you’ll probably like that one, too, as it’s in much the same vein.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from FairySlayer in George Glass' Transparency Thread   
    I’m having another one of those evenings in which I’m productive but not in the way I’d most like to be productive. Instead of working on the next chapters of any of my 5 in-progress stories, I've been compulsively writing random sex scenes for that Star Vs fanfic I mentioned (the one subtitled “The Nine Wives of Marco Diaz”). Such is my process.
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to Pixel-King in Review responses for "Biological Imperative" [Lilo & Stitch]   
    Aw come on, who doesn't love some superiority complex bragging from good, old Major Charles Emerson Winchester, III, M.D. ?
    "Meega nala kweesta" is the thing Stitch shouts a lot. It means "I want to destroy" in Stitch's Tantalog alien language.
    "Struggle-snuggle" comes courtesy of (self-deprecatingly pedophilic) comedian Jimmy Carr.
     
    https://stitchdatabase.fandom.com/wiki/Tantalog_language
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Maxsteele1986 in Review replies for "Dark Dreams, Forbidden Fantasies" (Phineas and Ferb)   
    Good evening to you.
    Thank you! That is a high compliment.
     
    Each of them was overwhelmed by the sexual feelings that the other’s seductive alter-ego was arousing in them. When they finally gave in to their desires, it was like a dam breaking; they had to have each other, right then and there. If they had had more time together in dreamland, I think they eventually would have made love in the way that you describe.
    Even if I didn't read about that in chapter three... it bounced back with the bittersweet end in chapter eight.
    I didn’t want them to have their lives changed entirely by the experience, but I didn’t want a total “reset button” ending, either. I wanted there to be at least a little hint that Phineas and Candace’s relationship will be positively affected by the insight they gained about themselves and each other during their shared dream.
     
    I’m glad you enjoyed the story, and thanks very much for the review!
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "It's Different for Boys" (Star vs. the Forces of Evil)   
    I was not actually thinking about that when I wrote the story, although I agree that the monster-arm thing is definitely a loose thread that was never tied up. The monster Marco turns into is based on the displacer beast from D&D – a sort of black leopard with tentacles sprouting from its shoulders. Of course, I made this version red to match Marco’s hoodie.
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "It's Different for Boys" (Star vs. the Forces of Evil)   
    I know they mightn't be related, but is the tenatacles in this story the tenatacle that replaced his hand for that episode where he was in the karate tournament and it was evil and warned Marco that he will return?
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "Tri-Date Area"   
    My bad. I just read Chapter 8 and they do talk about it again. Great writing by the way with all your stories.
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    GeorgeGlass reacted to JayDee in Review responses for "Biological Imperative" [Lilo & Stitch]   
    ~line from “You’re A Made Man Now, Charlie Brown.”
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "In the Light of Day: A FROZEN Epic"   
    New review for In the Light of Day: A Frozen Epic from Fairy-Slayer
     
    It's simply overwhelming trying to express everything that I love about this story, and even that would be insufficient to thank you for the clearly-tremendous effort and amount of time you put into writing this.
     
    Thank you! I suppose I could consider In the Light of Day to be my “training novel.”
     
    First off, this didn't need the explicitly erotic scenes at all to be a fantastic story, though your original character (OC) Hildy adds quite a bit of charm to the story while earning it a PG-13, in the most fun way possible. It had elements of the stately with great humor – never too silly though – that turned into drama, intrigue, and superb action. It's also great how it works in subtle tidbits about various topics that are key to the story without sounding like lessons, and then it's even more fun to find the valuable clues within (or sometimes without) as the mysteries keep piling up.
     
    In writing the story, I had to keep making notes to myself like, “Drop a hint about X in chapter Y.” I also did a lot more in the way of outlining than I do for most of my stories.
     
    Another great feature is that in a story necessarily full of diverse OCs to drive the story, each one was so well developed that it was easy to keep them straight throughout the story: their actions, distinctive ways… and their entertaining peculiarities (“Did someone say snakes!?”) made them all memorable while adding a lot of charm while driving the story. It was great that you included so many cultures and races, giving an exotic richness to the cast though without it being overwhelming.
     
    Thanks! With so many of them, I had to make them as distinctive as I could.
     
    Of course, then there were the spectacular surprises that still blew me away even though I was already expecting something big by the time they happened. I felt a twinge of excitement every time I caught some little tidbit that made me realize some of the characters didn't have Arendelle's best interests at heart.
     
    The hard part was remembering to have enough red herring-type activity to keep readers guessing while also making sure there were enough hints about the real bad guys.
     
    Spoilers
    It was clear that Prince Rajiv held a special place with his and Elsa's hostility towards each other at first. I knew they were opposites, but exactly how much took me by complete surprise. It was a wonderful twist, especially since Rajiv himself didn't know.
     
    Yeah, I knew Rajiv and Elsa’s mutual hostility was kind of a giveaway, so I tried to at least make the reason for their hostility a surprise.
     
    Ajay provided good exposition, on top of being a pretty terrific character in his own right throughout.
     
    I love Ajay. I always imagine him with John Rhys-Davies’ voice.
     
    Others were interesting, and even touching, showing more depth than we'd first been led to believe as we discovered the down-sides of various princes throughout the first act.
    Now, I'd been cheering for Prince Hypatios throughout mostly because anyone who immediately would give Olaf a warm hug got an automatic win in my book (and not *cough*just*cough*) because I wanted to see some shotacon action.
     
    If you’re into that, I’ve got a dozen other stories that might interest you.
     
    (It wouldn't have been so bad if Elsa had chosen him, as she could hang out with Prince Blackadder and his nine-year-old wife, Princess Leia of Hungary, without too much judgment.)
     
    Did they have Jedi in Hungary?
     
    Of course the twist involving him not being quite what he seemed was pretty awesome, and very heartwarming… at least for fifteen seconds until the hardcore action phase began and the drama was turned up to 11!
     
    I figured that his not being the real prince would explain the fact that he acts more like a regular kid...which in turn would make him more endearing.
     
    The transition to the full-on action of first the tremendously well-planned sabotage followed immediately by the invasion was spectacularly well done.
     
    Thank you! Turns out planning an invasion is tough.
     
    As if Elsa's incapacitation and worries about her near-certain death weren't enough, everything from Anna's realizations and frantic preparations to the first sighting of the invasion fleet was riveting; the ensuing battles on sea and land were quite exciting – even more so for being cringe-inducing as Lord Otos' master plan unfolded.
     
    Otos’ having backup plans for backup plans was really an artifact of my having to make some changes to the sequence of events as the plot unfolded. My original plan was that Elsa would be back in the capitol when the first Dianisian ships arrived, and that she would freeze the harbor to keep them out--only to be foiled by their Greek fire. But it worked out that if things were going to go the way I needed them to go, Elsa wouldn’t get back until well after the ships had landed. So the Greek fire became the Dianisians’ backup plan in case Otos failed to take out Elsa.
     
    Of course, the resolutions to the various problems were quite exciting, even if tragic as several new OCs found a special place in my heart moments before you went all  George R. R. Martin on them.
     
    Disney or not, I felt like I couldn’t have a war without people dying, and they had to be people that readers cared about. There were a couple of characters that I considered killing off but didn’t: Varek’s attendant, Popov, and the boy Hildy counsels at the tea shop. But in the end, neither death really seemed necessary.
     
    Ultimately though, their determination and sacrifices only showed how strongly the people of Arendelle felt for their Queen and Princess, on top of wanting to preserve their freedom.
     
    Exactamundo.
     
    In the end, most of the problems tied up rather nicely in the end, though there are a few things that felt a bit off:
    For one, I really wanted to know the final disposition of Lord Otos – the spy who caused the deaths of so many soldiers and citizens, plus attempted murder of the queen herself – and the equally wicked traitor (unnamed) Minister of the Treasury. Even though you did work a strong anti-violence flavor into the story, especially with her mercy towards Dianisia in the end (thanks partly, no doubt, to her feelings towards Tomas), I would have liked to know whether they'd be put to death or spend the rest of their lives decorating the wall of a dungeon.
     
    Honestly, I never fully decided what Otos’ fate would be, but I think Elsa would keep him alive for his potential intelligence value (in other words, in case I decided to write a sequel and needed him to provide some necessary background info).
     
    The other issue was that, even though I love the tweest, the revelation of Hildy's father and her grander part in the good and helpful schemes did seem a bit out of the blue. (Not quite deus ex machina though it kind'a is ;)). It was certainly humorous to a degree but perhaps felt like a lot to take in at the very end of the story.
     
    Yeah, I probably should have put a bit more of that in earlier parts of the story, rather than back-loading most of it. Hildy’s involvement in her father’s schemes was largely meant as a way to explain some of her suspicious behavior early on (like her armed encounter with Kristoff in the woods). And all of that was mainly because I wanted Hildy to have more of a role in the story than just that of Anna’s BFF.
     
    Still, those issues don't make it any less awesome of a story. It's truly fantastic work.
     
    Thank you!
     
    As a matter of fact, after tweaking some of the speech parameters and removing my standard "TIME TO DELETE THIS LEMON!" reminder at the end of each chapter, this story will have a permanent home on my MP3 player. Thanks a million for your effort and dedication to bring this story to life.
     
    I am honored to have my words immortalized on your device, and you’re welcome.
     
    P.S. Your extended author's notes (in the review-reply thread) are terrific too. I especially loved the jokes – my favorite being: "Sweet only two more elementals and then they can summon Captain Planet."
    ThatGuyWithTheFace is no slouch when it comes to bad fire-jokes.
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "That Gleam in Her Eye" (Inside Out)   
    Then I will tell you, truthfully, that I hope you enjoy finding out. Which you can do any time, because the rest of the story is now posted!
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    GeorgeGlass got a reaction from Maxsteele1986 in Review responses for "Just One Rule" [The Loud House]   
    From Maxsteele1986 on February 07, 2021
    Thanks!
    It’s in progress, but there’s still plenty more work to be done. I’ll probably finish the next chapter of “Biological Imperative” first.