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Old November 3 2009, 04:42 AM   #16
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

Maybe it's because I'm a mom, but I think that movie is a wee bit on the intense side. It doesn't seem to bother my own kids at all, but it does me!

I mean,


I am reminded that I have GOT to make some time to start getting deeper into your writing. I enjoyed this piece immensely, and I think I'd enjoy spending time with your whole AU character group.
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Old November 3 2009, 04:52 AM   #17
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

I wonder if it's because maybe kids can't imagine the impact of those things long-term the way an adult can?

And I would certainly love for you to read and review any of my work! I hope that meeting the AU Dukats through the eyes of a character and author I know you like helped with that.
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Old November 3 2009, 05:01 AM   #18
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

This piece definitely did pique my interest even more, but also, the pictures you've been posting have grabbed my attention lately. Not to mention everyone says you're awesome ...

I have read bits and pieces of the Thirteenth Order and liked it a lot. I just need to sit down and read it all. Where is the beginning with your AU? Like if I go over to Ad Astra, what do I start with?
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Old November 3 2009, 05:02 AM   #19
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

kes7 wrote: View Post
Maybe it's because I'm a mom, but I think that movie is a wee bit on the intense side. It doesn't seem to bother my own kids at all, but it does me!

I mean,
It's one of the few Pixar movies my kids haven't seen, because I can't watch the beginning without crying and I think that'd bother them way more than anything in the film!
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Old November 3 2009, 03:42 PM   #20
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

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This piece definitely did pique my interest even more, but also, the pictures you've been posting have grabbed my attention lately. Not to mention everyone says you're awesome ...

I have read bits and pieces of the Thirteenth Order and liked it a lot. I just need to sit down and read it all. Where is the beginning with your AU? Like if I go over to Ad Astra, what do I start with?
Well...there are actually multiple ways you could read it. You can go chronologically in terms of when the stories happen, or you can go in the order I wrote them (which is the order I posted them to Ad Astra). There's nothing wrong with going that way, although I'll tell you it could be a bit emotional starting with "Sacrifice."

If you do a chronological reading, it goes like so:

"Point of Divergence" (how SigCat begins)

AU Dukat stories

"The Desolate Vigil" (only Part I is complete on this right now)
"Exits in the Haze" (nothing's DIRECTLY shown, but this story is rather intense)
"The Guide"
"Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night"
"Sacrifice"

AU Mendral stories

"The Image and the Spirit"
"The Exile"
"Captives' Ransom"

The Thirteenth Order is part of a different timeline--the main Sigils and Unions universe.
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Old November 3 2009, 06:39 PM   #21
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Re: October Challenge Entry: Those Who Live in the Shadow of the Night

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It's one of the few Pixar movies my kids haven't seen, because I can't watch the beginning without crying and I think that'd bother them way more than anything in the film!
I always tear up, too. But I'm in the 'children should also be exposed to sad things' camp, so I wouldn't mind my hypothetical kids seeing the movie or myself tearing up. It's one of my favourite movies.
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