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Story Transfer/Rachael Update

January 23, 2012
Posted at 10:00 pm

I've been reluctant to post anything in this blog because I'm not Rachael Ross and the idea of putting words in her mouth is an intimidating prospect. Unfortunately, she seems to have a fetish for making people uncomfortable and has been pushing me to do my job.

The following stories will move from the Rachael Ross pen name to the God of Porn pen name:

Rache - Naked in School

Make a Wish

Lost Victories

Rachael desires to reduce the number of stories appearing under the Rachael Ross and rache pen names. She believes that most SOL readers do not look past the first 2 or 3 pages in an author's library. When I pointed out that God of Porn already has a large number of stories, she waved her hand and said, "I don't care about that one."

Irrefutable logic.

There are a significant number of stories in the SOL posting queue. Basically every story she's ever written is pre-programmed to appear on the site at random intervals over the next 12 months. According to Rachael, "Babymaker will update the same day Motherfucker does, and that won't happen until it scores a six." Updates for her only other open-ended story, T.S.Severe's Brandy, are already in the posting queue.

She's in the hospital at this time (Jan 23 2012) and undergoing treatment for her illness. Rachael's in good spirits, happily complaining, and spends much of her time planning a trip around the world before returning to Australia with her family sometime in late May/early June.

I'll update this blog whenever there's anything of interest to report. Hopefully, Rachael will soon be able to do this herself. She's emphatic that I express her appreciation for the many positive emails she's received and regrets being unable to immediately respond. So far as I know, her email access is limited to whatever her husband decides to print out and let her read. As you would expect, everyone around her is being very protective of Rachael's emotional well-being.

That's about it.