@InterNutter If you know the name of the posting, all you have to do is hit google and do Internutter "posting name here' " and then hit enter And the posting comes up quickly for you. That's what I do for some of the older stories that I really enjoyed. This will cut down on how much time it takes you to search for the story by a lot.
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RE: Lillicoon's New Friend?
Lillicoon's New Friend?
I can't help it Internutter, I gotta see! Mr. Sunshine introduces Jay to his one, and only, true friend outside the Pax Humanis organization, Ms. Lilicoon. Her hands have healed quite a lot now and she keeps in regular contact with Sunshine and even has permission to visit his home on occasion, of course she always makes sure to ask first in case he's busy. Now that he's got a new student, and to show him that there's hope for even ones like them, he decides to invite her to lunch and have her meet the young man currently under his wing.
The other story to this is "Challenge #02612-G055: Befriending Sunshine
internutter (69)in #fiction • last year Where she had lunch with sunshine. But it's giving me the "Error Akimet has flagged your posting as SPAM" again each time I try to do a steamit link
RE: Aftermath of the Barbara Incident
Hey, Fighting Fit, I know that story. If you search "The Heart breaks back, Internutter" in google, it can take you right to the story. For some reason, as I'm sure others have had this issue as well, it gets flagged as SPAM when you try to put in links every so often. You should put the links of stories when they're really old so Internutter knows where the reference comes from. Anyhow just google "This is how a heart breaks back" and Internutter and it's right there.
Challenge #02333-F143: This is How a Heart Breaks Back
internutter (69)in #fiction • 2 years ago
Bird Feeder Observations
Humans had just begun their exploration of space, they'd not yet met any other species. The first, early, days of human space travel. A kind and gentle elderly woman, who lived alone on a farm far into the countryside, found a very large, odd-looking, "bird" gathering seed from the open feeder she had and they seemed shaky and unwell. When they collapsed, she hobbled outside, loaded them onto the flat part of her walker, and hobbled back inside. Imagine their shock when the old woman was gently singing to them, giving them sips of water, and their wing was bandaged, and all the grandmother wanted in return was a quiet afternoon talking to a new friend.
Oh, so you know, it's from the knife I showed you in the comments from this one. Heh, I've gotta share your stuff around more so people can make prompts for you!
Be a hell of a blade for a space warrior to carry. I can see them now, them drawing it from their belt when another deathworlder, an enemy, tries to push their luck thinking the "squishy human" is weak and helpless. They clean their nails with the tip and go "You really want to do this?"
Please, PLEASE let him see a mirror??
Ok, you left this one on a cliff hanger. Please, PLEASE let Ardin see a mirror, or still pond, or SOMETHING that forces him to see himself as everyone else is seeing him? Pretty, pretty please with sugar on top?? PLEASE??
From around the world, tieflings were vanishing. Sometimes just fading away, sometimes disappearing in a gout of flame, but they were not dying. The spell was cast, though the summoners had to work very hard on it. A kingdom, a beautiful one where people, all people, were treated with dignity and kindness. The rulers, the queen and king, both tieflings. They were calling for the outcasts, the unwanted. "Come here, come home, please, let our lands shelter you." Twin brothers, one tiefling, one not, would likely be summoned together. And those that tried to harm the innocent of these lands learned a painful lesson.