Omachuck: Blog

Thank You!

May 2, 2017
Posted at 10:16 am

One story in the top three of two Clitorides. Wow! Thank you for nominating and voting. I appreciate my readers.

Don't Blame Me!
is my favorite of the stories I've written. I'm very glad you folks like it too.

Pēteris - Typo Fixes

April 2, 2017
Posted at 6:45 pm

Many thanks for your kind words.

I just want to let those of you who download your stories to save or read in a reader - As of this posting, all reported typos have been fixed, and the versions now on line are complete and clean.

Pēteris - Chapter 22: The Crossroads Justice League

April 2, 2017
Posted at 11:39 am

Well, we come to the end of our adventure. As soon as this posts I'll kick the posting queue, and the last chapter and cast list will post shortly thereafter.

So... Did Annie and Tina make it to Crossroads? AND What exactly is The Crossroads Justice League? Find out today!

One reader let me know that he got my joke that Beavis had a lot of buttheads living there.

If you haven't voted on this story, please do. It doesn't take a lot of time or effort, and I do appreciate your feedback.

And voting is still open for the Clitorides Awards. There are lots of deserving authors that deserve your attention - PLUS you might find some excellent stories you haven't yet read. I know I have.

April Fool's Present

April 1, 2017
Posted at 7:43 pm

You can thank Mr. Younger. Look for Damsel Annie's Story any time.

We'll finish the tale tomorrow.


Pēteris - Chapter 21: Damsel Annie's Tale

April 1, 2017
Posted at 11:00 am

Appearing Sunday - This is my favorite chapter of the story. Please give me your opinion.

Have you ever wondered how the Damsels miraculously get to Chaos? I have, right from the first.

I hope I've stirred an interest in the reason Annie became pregnant when all the stories in the DiD universe emphasize the Heroes' ability to resist impregnating their Damsels. (Well, almost all - seem to remember, maybe, one other.)

As always, my thanks to those of you who spot and report typos. Those who read after you have a cleaner story.