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Reply Michelle
7:40 AM on July 5, 2014 

Have just finished reading Zero hour.  Bravo! Another excellent story ladies - congratulations

I love the western-style shoot out, I'd say Mr Darrow would have a lot of fun appearing in that scene :D

Reply Madeleine
4:17 AM on September 25, 2013 

Hi Larasati and Sue,

I liked your latest work, Nets of Avarice. The idea of colour-coding emotions appealed to me very much - surely, that would save lots of pointless questions about how people feel. (It would be another business entirely it they didn't know their own emotions, but that's another matter). It might be rather slow, but then a very old civilization would take their time in everything they do. You've made the Wanderers a bit Asian, as I see from their tunic and trousers, their bare feet, their colour of mourning and, of course, their ancient wisdom and their attitude to things. Serene and loyal as they are, the Wani are very dangerous and quick when  they really must.
Really, Madame Director bit more than she could chew with the Wani 'chuckling'. She's been paying people to do the dirty jobs for her for years (or pretending to be ready to pay, same difference really), and she though these placid space vagabonds would just submit without a fight. Big mistake, that one, and I bet she had more than one large glass of that green fortifier she keeps in the locker out of sight!
I do love the pictures - my favourite so far is that one of Vila trying to opening a locked  door. It could be a photograph of Vila, that one - you  could see that he is hesitant, troubled, and is not really focusing because he's alarmed - just relying on intuition, letting his hand work for themselves (and excellently at that).
And it is a great idea that you have decided to give Gan more credit! Though I think that in Nets of Avarice he is just  a bit out of character. Well, it is only my opinion, but I think that Gan was specifically conditioned not to think very deeply on its own (though admittedly he had much greater intelligence than the average labour grade). That included initiative, I suppose, like soldiers, who are trained to follow orders but are at a loss when they are in a position to actually issue them. Not because of naturaI indecision, but because of years of conditioning. I am sure that he would help anyone who needs help, but I don't think he would launch  a rescue mission on his own. He needs people, as we know, and I think that he'd rather stick with the group, trying to be as helpful as he could, but not venture alone in an foreign ship. But we haven't seen much of Gan in the series anyway, the scriptwriters took good care about that, so your view of Gan might actually be closer to the 'real' him than theirs.

Keep up the good work,

Reply Michelle Hardingham
6:03 AM on September 2, 2013 

Thank you so much for sharing your stories. I have really enjoyed reading them. The stories are beautifully crafted; I think you capture the essence of the characters and the feel and energy of the series perfectly. I can’t get over how life-like the drawings are! (Chel)

Reply Zoe Rogers
5:20 PM on March 20, 2013 

I love your stories, they really capture the magic of Blake's 7.  There is sparkling dialogue, brilliant storylines and the wow! factor.  Thanks so much :)


Reply Larasati
5:52 AM on October 21, 2012 

@ Paula

You are very welcome in every sense of the word, Paula!

I am sure you will find your entertainment here; a new story, Proximity, is coming up soon. Sue and I are working passionately on it and of course I will draw the illustrations.

Reply Paula Black
11:15 PM on October 18, 2012 

I'm so excited to be in on the 'ground floor' of this new site and of course, I'm also excited about reading more of Larasati and Sue's stories.  I'm already a big fan of Sue's stories and I've been entertained by both ladies putting their collective heads together to write some wonderful Blake's 7 fan fiction.  I also am a big fan of Larasati's artwork and I hope she continues to keep drawing illustrations for their wonderful stories.  Also- a big thank you to Larasati for helping me with signing up.  I really appreciate all the work you have put in this venture.  

Reply Larasati
10:23 PM on October 15, 2012 

Thank you so much for your kind comment, Paula.

I think I have sorted out the sign-in problem.The forms here are standard and do only provide white fields on which my light text font seemed to be invisible.I have darkened my text font a bit.The text should be visible now. You can also hover over the text and it will appear in blue.

Please try to sign in once again?

Reply Paula Black
2:35 PM on October 15, 2012 

I've sent a message to you about not being able to sign in after getting my confirmation e-mail.  I probably messed something up as I'm not the best at computers- so, hoping we can clear this up as I'm anxious to read the upcoming Proximity story and hopefully many more from you ladies.   

Reply Paula Black
2:21 PM on October 15, 2012 

I thoroughly enjoyed reading your joint story and am looking forward to many other Blake's 7 yarns from you two ladies.  I also wanted to mention that Lara's accompanying drawings were wonderful and I've become a big fan of her art work.  I hope she illustrates all of the future stories. 

Reply Larasati
12:29 PM on October 14, 2012 

Thank you for the message about the text being invisible in the comment field , Lorna.

Must have been a start-up problem.

I think this problem is solved now.

Please have another try and post the complete comment you had in mind?