This one is extra amazing.
I always love your work.
They’re like little glimpses of beauty in a dull, dull world.
Your work is very original and refreshing.
I, myself, have never seen anything like it.
Wow! This was so mysterious, and evocative, like a perfectly illustrated poem. Gorgeous art work, and really compelling writing. Brilliant all around.
So cool ! I love the ending.
Thanks for writing these. I love them.
“A good story is always true, whether or not it really happened.” -Ursula Vernon
I turn off the lights in my study when a new one comes in, turn off the music, sit quietly for a moment until I’m ready to take my time reading.
You sir continue to be the cat’s pajamas.
Randomly came across this on reddit. Really impressive – I like the steady pacing across a long form.
Very Woolfish in a way. If the characters in her short fiction had had the courage to voice their thoughts, their lives might run parallel to Mr. Alonso… Lies within lies, until finally you encounter something that may as well be the truth.
Decir que está bueno, resulta de mucha sutileza; la verdá, me sorprende tu trabajo Santapau. Te debo una Kross.
Absolutely brilliant! I am in awe, as always.
I am continually amazed by your work. Each of your stories are perfect, beautiful little jewels and I especially adore those that subtly overlap–especially this one. You walk the tightrope between meta narrative and moving so well.
You, sir, are amazing. My grandfather used to always say “don’t let the truth get in the way of a good story”. This, somehow, made me think of that.
The structures of everyday life. Thank you.
Your stories are like chapters from a diary I do not keep. Or the thoughts I have before falling asleep and never remember in the morning. Every time I check whether you have uploaded something new, I get a little anxious, fearing I might have missed it somehow and it has been there for days without me knowing about it.. Not today though, nothing yet. Meanwhile I use your work as a test on people whom I’ve just met – if they like the thoughts, the colors, the small depths of your stories, then they might just like me. And I them.
This ended up more sincere than I intended, since all I really wanted to say was thank you. Thank you and upload something soon – cause not having anything new from you feels like sleeping a long time without any dreams..
Thanks for that.
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