New Story, Boy from Brazil

Posted on | June 1, 2010

Continuing the ongoing ten-episode Yowlerverse series, the latest title,  Boy from Brazil, is now up and ready to go. The story is coded M/M, slow. It was doing well as a character study, but it has a weak ending such that I wish I could have come up with something better.  Still, it’s a pretty good story and a welcome continuation of the Yowler series.  This story is dated to 1986.

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5 Responses to “New Story, Boy from Brazil”

  1. aeleth@gmail.com
    June 3rd, 2010 @ 7:45 am

    There will be only 10 bastet stories? :(

  2. Elf Sternberg
    July 4th, 2010 @ 8:28 pm

    I’m afraid so, at least for the moment. I was unemployed all last year, and had one of those depressive fits that kept me from writing more.

  3. aeleth@gmail.com
    July 15th, 2010 @ 7:47 pm

    Sorry to hear that. I feel your pain though, as I am in a similar situation. Hang in there my friend – the market will soon recover, we’re all doing our best to keep busy in the meantime. I must confess to following your work for some time. I greatly admire your skill and creativity, and I place you among my favorite authors without hesitation. Visiting your site to find a new installment of the Journal Entries or Bastet is always a treat. Find inspiration soon and thanks for all you do…

  4. Falbert
    July 16th, 2010 @ 6:34 pm

    Interesting set of stories, the Bastet ones. I’m enjoying them, at least so far. This one does read like it was written in the mid 1980s, or at least, after that time period, but set then. That’s not a bad thing, just dates it a little.

    So far, I’ve been enjoying the Yowlerverse. Were these written over a long time period? Your dating on this story would seem to indicate that is the case, and some of the other stories seem to have been written more recently.

    A sincere thanks to you, Elf, for letting us read your works. They’re good enough that I keep returning to them to reread them – and I think that’s the best compliment fiction can get, these days.

  5. Elf Sternberg
    August 6th, 2010 @ 6:03 pm

    At the moment, I’m afraid so.

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