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How often do you re-read stories? 

8 deviants said Sometimes -- I re-read a selection of favorite stories once in a while.
4 deviants said Occasionally -- Something like 1 in 20 of the stories I read are re-read stories
4 deviants said Frequently -- I tend to re-read stories I like. At least 1 in 10 of the stories I read are re-reads
2 deviants said Rarely -- I've only re-read a few stories
2 deviants said Often -- I love to re-read my favorite stories. At least 1 in 5 of the stories I read are re-reads.
1 deviant said Only by accident -- Sometimes I re-read a story I've forgotten about only to realize part-way through that I've read it before.
No deviants said Never
That's how it works sometimes. It's all going well and then...shit--you're a few aardvarks short of a herd. Technically an "armory" of Aardvarks is the collective noun, but it makes no sense to me and "herd" sounds better. Oh, if you ever want to figure out what a group of some kind of animal is called, that's the trick. Just search up "collective noun for..." A pride of lions, a murder of crows, a luck of dice, a wiggle of Elvis impersonators, a wince of dentists, a rash of dermatologists...

Anyways, I'm feeling all aardvarky at the moment. They're kind of badass, but weird and a bit ugly in a sort of cute way. They're a nerd in the animal world. Friends while you write the software they want, but the rest of the time it's just "hey, how ya doin'." Got ants? Then you don't. See you later. It's just not in the budget.

Ever think about how aardvarks digest their food? Hmm. They have a gizzard like some birds and grind things up in their stomach. Didn't really expect that. That's the way it is with aardvarks. We see a few pictures, make some assumptions and that's about all the more we care about them. We know they might have more going on, but leave it at that. There are more interesting animals, such as salespeople and cheetahs, more worthy of our attention.

How are aardvarks badass you say? Would you walk into a...hmm, army/nest/swarm/colony of soldier ants, fuck shit up and eat lunch? It's one of those revered by African tribes things. (It's true.) It's also said they taste like pork. No respect. They're the only living members of one of those biological family and order classifications. They've been around so long there are fossils of them. You're either lucky or doing something right if that happens. At least that should be some consolation.

I don't know about you, but I wish people would stop and consider the aardvarks around them a little more. That's probably all it would take. In the end, an individual aardvark may be badass, but a herd is mighty.

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Writing erotic fiction to embrace my passions and satisfy my soul.

I'd love to hear from anyone interested in creating illustrations or visual art related to one of my stories, note me! I don't like to ask because most artists are pretty busy already.

If you find any typos in my work, please note me. I seek total eradication.

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jcnosy Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
Can I talk to you for a moment please?
neglected2much Featured By Owner Edited Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Sure or if you want to take it off line with notes, e-mail, or google chat just let me know.
jcnosy Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I will wait
neglected2much Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Hah!  I'm probably the one who should apologize at how slow I've been lately, but just about everyone has always pushed me to be slow rather than compromise quality or anything.  The biggest issue is that I have a lot going on right now that keeps impacting my writing time.
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SpaceShipEarth Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014

Welcome to :iconadultanonymous:

neglected2much Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks! And thanks for your dedication with a number of fine dA groups.
qexiqex Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
Thanks for the watch!
And your stories are fantastic! I especially liked the "Curator" :thumbsup:
neglected2much Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I like your art so am anxious to see what you'll come up with next.  It's a little different and intriguing.  There's not enough bondage/fetish stuff with humor and fun in mind.

Thanks! I'm a slow writer (mainly because of limited time), but I'm still working on a number of different things including The Curator.  I've been working on the next chapter lately.

I always like the hear from people and don't get uptight about constructive criticism so don't hesitate to drop me a line or anything (either public comment or private note).  In the end, it's all about making the stories better and getting better at writing with me.
qexiqex Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
Thank you!
Indeed, I prefer the humorous and light-hearted-fun aspect. I would love to see more art taking this angle. Most of the stuff out there is too cruel and degrading for my taste (one exception worth mentioning is e.g. the work by gulavisual).

I stumbled over your work some years ago on utopiastories. When I started reading the Curator I was immediately intrigued. The setting was brilliant (those Nuymeans...), the writing style great, and the ideas were inventive and 'different' (the squid, the bell..). I couldn't stop reading, checked every few days if there is an update. I wanted to know how Sue was doing, and what adventures and trials were in store for her. Of course I would have prefered Sue having bigger breasts, and some trials focusing more on them :D but that was not going to stop me from enjoying the whole story.

Whenever I found a new story by neglected2much I was happy. I was looking forward to read and enjoy every piece I found. And I was never disappointed. And now I found out that you are on dA, too! And that there are some stories I didn't read yet :w00t:.
Now I just need to find some time to check them out:D

Keep up the good work! Whenever you post something, you can be sure that I'll read it :D
neglected2much Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I also like alexanderlegrand's work and approach to the more humorous and fun side of bondage, and agree that there is not enough light-hearted and fun work out there.  I keep thinking about trying to write a story or two that is more of a comedy, but haven't really found my inspiration for one yet.

I started with Utopiastories and still post there (although it's been a while).  I searched around for a good site to start with and wasn't finding much luck.  Some many sites are disorganized or have some weakness.  Utopiastories' big weakness is the lack of update features and the lame comment mechanism.  The version of "The Curator' on there is full or typos, errors, etc.  The version here has all the corrections.  (I have exchanged a number of e-mails with the owner and webmaster and understand where he is coming from.  He also does have plans to update the site at some point.)

I also started to post on Literotica a while back.  They seem to have cleaned up their search and a few things compared to when I first checked them out.  I mostly post there because it's the largest online erotic story site in the world by a longshot. 

dA is my favorite site but there are problems with allowed content (two of my good dA friends have been hammered pretty bad by the policy people) and the low volume of readers.  Most people on dA are here for the pictures and not the articles. :) (Smile)   I've been using dA more as my sandbox and for previewing things.

I started online writing with The Curator and decided at the outset that I would just go with where my imagination led.  I wanted to do something different. I think in retrospect that I might do a few things a little different if I was writing those sections again, but overall I think my biggest problem is that I haven't cranked it out quickly enough for people to see where I'm going with it.  I've learned a lot from writing it and pacing is one of those things high on the list.  I don't really want to say much else about the plot or Sue since it could be a spoiler.  

:blush:Wow, I'm blushing, but I'm glad to hear such things since they always help my motivation.  In my little corner of the real world, I'm often writing alone at night with only my thoughts that there are anonymous people out there in cyberspace that appreciate my efforts to motivate me.

Some of the stories on dA are more of an experiment, and I have eclectic tastes. I'm not trying to write only things that I think will be popular and so forth.  I'm still exploring the writing process, trying things, etc.  I've posted some stories like that on dA with hopes of getting some feedback, but without the intention of posting them to utopia or literotica.  Some of them would get eaten alive on those sites.  People there have some rather specific tastes.

I'm happy writing in multiple genres (sci-fi and fantasy being my favorites) and have a couple dozen stories partially started, etc. that jump all over the place. I just wish I had a lot more writing time.
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