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Kokumono 22-24 batch torrent

March 20th, 2007 (05:45 pm)

And the next torrent for Kokumono is now up! Wai! ^o^ Thanks to all those helping seed this release! ^o^



http://a.scarywater.net/shadow_dreams/%5BShadow%20Dreams%5D%20Saiunkoku%20Monogatari%2022-24.torrent



Enjoy the eps!

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Posted by: sunflower1343 (sunflower1343)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:42 pm (UTC)
SM seiran

I'm seeding it. :)

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:46 pm (UTC)

Yay! Thanks! ^o^

Posted by: bailey1048 (bailey1048)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:44 pm (UTC)

Seeding!

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:46 pm (UTC)

Wai! Thanks! ^o^

Posted by: Hysteria (hysteriachan)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:49 pm (UTC)
geek girl (enriana)

Seeding! (Finally caught up to the eps. I hadn't burned off my hard drive.)

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 12:05 am (UTC)

Yay! Thanks! ^___^ (BTW, probably incoming tonight/tomorrow).

Posted by: Ysabet (umadoshi)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 12:11 am (UTC)
Haru pretty (soleil)

Ok! ^^

Posted by: Hybrid Paradox (yunaura)
Posted at: March 20th, 2007 11:58 pm (UTC)
ShOn

Made it home in time! ^0^ Seeding~!

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 12:05 am (UTC)

Yay! ^o^

Posted by: Hezziwig (hezziwig)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 12:12 am (UTC)
St Jude Pray For Us

Yet another 100% check!

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 01:56 am (UTC)

Cheers! ^___^

Posted by: Kakurenbo (akinarei)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 01:42 am (UTC)

Do you mind constructive criticims about your fanfics?

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 01:58 am (UTC)

>.<;; Let's try that again, yes I accept them, no I don't mind receiving them. ^^;;

Posted by: Kakurenbo (akinarei)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 02:15 am (UTC)

Ah, ^_^;; sorry to have asked twice.

Do you want them as an LJ comment...or do you have them posted where reviews are accpeted?

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 02:33 am (UTC)

^^;; The "let's try that again" wasn't about asking twice, but about an earlier reply which I killed. I accidentally said "yes, I do" which was essentially what I said to your earlier q (as in "yes, I accept~"), but in terms of this question ended up meaning "yes, I mind receiving constructive criticism". ^^;

Okay, silly question time, "have them posted where reviews are accepted"? As in there are places that post reviews of FFs? Once upon a century I had a BBS for them, but I haven't replaced the script after the last server hack. If there is such a place, I'd probably like to know about it. Otherwise, I'd probably suggest a straight LJ comment. (I seriously haven't thought about FF comments.) ^^;

Posted by: ((Anonymous))
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 06:42 am (UTC)

"[T]here are places that post reviews of FFs? [...] If there is such a place, I'd probably like to know about it."

Surely you've been to Fanfiction.net? It has a Ghost Hunt section. And the ability to post comments/reviews. ^_~

'Mystenigmary'

Posted by: Shadow (kagedreams)
Posted at: March 22nd, 2007 02:55 am (UTC)

^^;; I've *heard* about fanfiction.net, but I don't think I've ever really gone there. (I seldom read English fanfics). When I was starting FF writing, I basically followed what the J sites were doing. Back then, GH was so unknown in English that I never even thought about putting it there. ^^;

Posted by: Kakurenbo (akinarei)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 05:46 pm (UTC)

...I didn't say that. Trust me.

Posted by: ((Anonymous))
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 08:15 pm (UTC)

"...I didn't say that. Trust me."

? There are at least a half dozen ways to interpret that in context. >.< I'm so lost; somehow I doubt we're in the same volume, let alone on the same page. I was responding to Shadow's (surprising) comment with a query to see if she'd tried Fanfiction.net, yet. ...Did I say something wrong?

'Mystenigmary'

Posted by: Kakurenbo (akinarei)
Posted at: March 22nd, 2007 01:40 am (UTC)

I wouldn't say wrong, just how it could be taken, you know?

Like if I'd had a bad day and come home to see that post I might have thought you meant it in a deragatory manner, that's all.

That's just me; I'm really careful about what I say on the web to the point of paranoia.

Posted by: ((Anonymous))
Posted at: March 22nd, 2007 09:39 pm (UTC)

Ah, so that's what you meant. Please put aside your worries. No one will mistake my remarks, careless or not, for yours, as I always claim my 'anonymous' comments by marking them with a name:

'Mystenigmary'

(For future reference to all, trying to insult people is a waste of effort and not something I engage in... So how ever my words come off, they are well-intentioned. Please take them as such.)

All the Best.

Posted by: Kakurenbo (akinarei)
Posted at: March 21st, 2007 04:50 am (UTC)
Constructive Criticism

Apparently, I can't type very well today. Where's Dr. Frankenstein when you need him?

We're different I guess, in regards to comments. I'm an opinion-whore; they're my only form of improvement--when I can find the serious one that don't tell me to update soon.

Anyways--moving on.

Well, I'd love it if you would update "Soul Keepers"; it's fabulous!

And "Warnings From Beyond," but you're busy, so no pestering intended.

First off, your prose is awesome. I think, with both stories-- but this part is mainly for "Soul Keepers"-- just a bit more description of the surroundings and such, would give a better sense of the setting. Even though we, the readers, know that the exhibition is in a department store in Osaka, there was no definite layout for us to reconstruct in our minds: like how big was the room; how were the display cases were positioned. How many were there? How were the dolls displayed; how many groups; were there any groupings at all... little things that give a nice big picture.

In "Warnings From Beyond," I did notice quite a bit of repition in expression when Reiko Adachi was telling her story.

But I think what struck me most wasn't the repition per se, it was lack of *other* expressionism-- if that makes any sense at all. I say that because women are generally very expressive when it comes to story telling, even the most orderly-minded ones.

My mother, for example-- just don't tell her I said so-- she's very orderly-minded, left-brain functions; analytical--she's an accountant, after all-- often could be described as cold; but when she's telling a story! Oh, my stars, she's a totally different person, it seems. She's animated and you can tell just from her body language, gestures, and facial expressions whether she's angry, sardonic, amused, sardonically amused with idiocy-- you get the idea.

But I saw so little of that with Reiko Adachi and I was so surprised because women are generally so expressive when recounting events.

And that about sums it up.

Like I said, great prose.

I'm no grammatical expert, so I'm not going to say anything regarding grammar.

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