Please come back, man. I don't know where your She's hidden you away but you need to get your writing back from her. It's been three months too many since I've seen anything new from you. Don't know if you're still around elsewhere or what.
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But to involve his wife, who has been the recipient of his anamalistic lusts...well, that is insult to injury.
Thanks for sharing.
Where you will get a much much wider audience which this series deserves, holy shit, this rivals manyeyedhydra's work, one of the very best
I would've given you 10 stars if I could, please keep going!!!
I'm definitely hooked on this story. Props to the author! My only complaint, and I see that others share this as well, is the girl on girl. Pretty much skipping over it at this point. Otherwise, im really into this. Love how youre hinting at things, but leaving us in the dark for now. It really makes the story. Good job!
I can't help but love the squatch stories, they are always entertaining. Thanks for writing and sharing this with us. I hope you write many more!!! Five stars from me!
I will have to try this with my wife
Dude. I love this story. You're an amazing writer and this is just epic. So can you please continue? Please?
Eep! Need moar!
(5 stars! ^_^)
I love the way the story is going, and very much looking forward to future installments! Thanks for continuing with this series; I'm sure that I speak for a lot of your fans when I say that it's one of my favorites.
The convict lease system went from Reconstruction to 1926, in Florida. Contractors paid the state good money to lease convicts, and all the state need do is keep them supplied with labor. Men, women, and kids were leased and confined in the same camps. Sheriffs and judges got kickbacks from the contractors. Most of the kids were orphans without families to care for them. The state archives has photos of them in their small striped suits. As draconian as the system was the convict lease system saved the lives of many felons who otherwise would have hanged; Florida had no prisons back then, and felons were hanged soon after conviction.
The slave vernacular in this story is pretty accurate. Ditto the Cracker vernacular. Regardless, tho, blacks didn't speak white English. That said, blacks in the 1870s (the time of this story) spoke distinct regional variations of Colonial English (what all black dialects came from); Joel Chandler Harris said that blacks from different places couldn't understand each other, even within the same state. It makes sense: confine and isolate people to specific areas for a few generations, limit their exposure to white English, and soon enough they have their own language.
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