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Offline Lieutenant_Q

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Re: A Good Start
« Reply #80 on: January 07, 2013, 11:59:30 pm »
Thank you gentlemen, but I do not feel that my stuff is up to being published.  To say nothing about the various copyright problems I would run into. (Carter, Khan, Kane, etc...)

Anyways... I am taking questions for the next installment of Coast to Coast.  You can put it here, or in a private message.  I'll work it into the Intermission.
"Your mighty GDI forces have been emasculated, and you yourself are a killer of children.  Now of course it's not true.  But the world only believes what the media tells them to believe.  And I tell the media what to believe, its really quite simple." - Kane (Joe Kucan) Command & Conquer Tiberium Dawn (1995)

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Re: A Good Start
« Reply #81 on: January 08, 2013, 09:02:04 pm »
Wasn't meaning this story, per se, but you write well enough to be published. I've read far worse from folk who wind up with trilogies and entire series.

Keep it up man. You have fans.



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Re: A Good Start
« Reply #82 on: January 09, 2013, 01:28:07 am »
I scanned through 50 shades of Grey. I've read much much beter fanfiction then that steaming pile of crap. And the twilight series, what a load of crap is that! So I'm seeing guv's point here. Though I still feel that between Andy, Larry and him we'd have a proper reboot of Star Trek. Though I would want him to write a bit more Klingon as well ;)
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