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Blood, Bears, and Canvas By P. F. White

PostPosted: November 20, 2009, 07:01:14 PM
by TaoPhoenix
Okay, this IS an anthro story. I had to check well past the intro to be sure it wasn't a metaphor.

But we have another language discussion here. First person vernacular, this time sounding like a cross between Rocky and James Thurber.

I thought when one slices off letters like the "g" in "evening" one needed an apostrophe to mark it. Evenin' .

I don't think Stephen King uses them apo-strofes

PostPosted: November 20, 2009, 08:35:18 PM
by Robert_Moriyama
And Mr. King uses dialect quite a bit.


PostPosted: November 24, 2009, 11:18:30 PM
by Currently Blazed
At first, I was abit caught off guard, and it took me a sec to understand what has happening, but after I figured out they where animals, all was well =P

Why the hell would a doc be chewing on leather like that I thought?

Anyways, as I sit here, listening to some music from pandora radio, I got captured. I enjoyed it, and can't wait for more =).

like Duck Tales by Robert E Howard

PostPosted: December 22, 2009, 09:54:47 PM
by Wyrd Tails
Mr. White's story is a real ripping yarn. I'd never have thought I'd be taken in by the anthropomorphic animal thing though I liked it when I was younger. But this is a great story.

First Posts!

PostPosted: December 27, 2009, 10:34:35 AM
by TaoPhoenix
I happened to notice a couple of new forum members in this thread.

"The first one is on us... now you're eligible to be drawn into the FlashMaster's Lair! Muahaahaaa...."