Date: 07 Mar 2012 00:34 Title: Epilogue
Wow! Nice little ending there, seems like Aurellan has not seen the last of Section 31. Ziminske is more than likely being bumped off. It was to my surprise but I found the other bits of the story more riveting than the main plot of Section 31 and Aurellan. It would be really cool if you did one story which is solely a drama. It seems like nearly everyone of your characters is being paired off...
Plus I wonder if Sara and Morrison get back together again? Please? I'm getting that attachment to those two and it'll be so sweet if they end up falling in love again. The fact that I 'relate' (use that term loosely) to these characters tells me how much I like them.
Author's Response: So I have a "shipper" among my readers. I'm glad to see that there's a certain chemistry between former lovers through the adversarial nature of their relationship and how they deal with the other being in other romances. The ending, meanwhile, is one of those "drop you in middle of the story" deals that leaves the viewer/reader asking, "What's that about?" Is this a twins separated at birth story? Are we going to see one twin pretending to be other? Stay tuned for that. "Foul Play" seemed like an appropriate title for all aspects of the story with various characters engaging in foul play whether it's subverting the orders of a superior officer or forsaking one's marriage vows. It's very pleasing to know that this story can remembered for things other than the promoted story-- sort of like an episode of Babylon 5 titled "Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?" being remembered for the subplots not related to answering that question.
Date: 04 Mar 2012 01:06 Title: Chapter 4
Keep the chapters acoming! I really like this story, what with all its lovey-dovey stuff, drama, a bit of romance, intrigue, fighting and stuff. It's like you're indulging the reader and I really like that. This hast to the most rewarding story I've read from you...
Author's Response: Needless to say, it's all building towards a few surprise endings. And I'm rather pleased that this style of storytelling does have one wanting more. It should all be finished in a few days.