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Moonchild
March 23, 2004

A short update beats no update at all, right?

I've added about a third of Ashbear's Final Fantasy VIII-inspired tale, "Crimson Lies". That should be more than enough to keep you occupied until the next update.

Now, you may be saying to yourself, "Wait a second. Didn't he say something about having at least two stories ready for the next update?" Well, you would be correct. I did say that. It just so happens that my virus-laden computer had other plans.

So, all the other stories I had vanished in a old-fashioned reformat of the hard drive. If you've submitted something between the last update and now and you haven't heard a response yet, then you'll need to resubmit your work. Also, if you have an ongoing story I haven't finished posting yet, then you'll also need to resend your stuff.

Of course, I'll also be glad to see fics that aren't resubmissions. If you've got something that you think makes the grade, send it in for approval.

~ Daniel Stringer

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