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Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by joe » Wed May 02, 2018 12:37 pm

milmascaras wrote:
> What is the 4 year long bottleneck preventing the creation of the third
> installment?

I don't want to be anything less than truthful about it, but at the same time, there's nothing to be gained by getting into the details. When we can get it out, we will get it out.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by milmascaras » Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:50 pm

What is the 4 year long bottleneck preventing the creation of the third installment?

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by joe » Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:58 pm

jsmith77 wrote:
> Any new updates on the project? Would love to see a new instalment sometime
> soon!

Nothing to report. No changes since the update above.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by joe » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:55 pm

Revan wrote:
> Will we ever get a new book in this series? I absolutely love Blondie He's
> Not, I could do with (much) more in the series. Blondie's story isn't over
> yet, is it?

I don't think it's over, but I can't say for certain that another book is a lock to happen. I know it's being worked on, but that we're a ways away from it being a finished product.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by Revan » Tue Nov 01, 2016 4:46 pm

Will we ever get a new book in this series? I absolutely love Blondie He's Not, I could do with (much) more in the series. Blondie's story isn't over yet, is it?

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by Mandygurl » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:34 pm

After only 48 pages, we all know that the boyfriend is going to be the barbershop clean up boy. I'm betting on French Maid outfits for Halloween.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by 5-gait » Wed Oct 14, 2015 10:37 pm

If I only could spell, maybe I'm a repressed blonde like Carl now is. Hurry up with the next book,

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by 5-gait » Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:51 pm

Dosen't anybody else react to the misoegent attitude Carl has after he gets off the plane ?

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by joe » Sun May 03, 2015 4:38 pm

angular wrote:
> I loved part 1 and 2 so much, and I just wanted to add my voice to those
> eagerly anticipating the third instalment :D
All you and I can do is wait.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by angular » Sat May 02, 2015 12:32 pm

I loved part 1 and 2 so much, and I just wanted to add my voice to those eagerly anticipating the third instalment :D

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by HansGruber » Mon Mar 30, 2015 2:22 am

Ok, thank you for your quick reply, Joe. I can't wait for a new edition in the series.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by joe » Sun Mar 29, 2015 6:11 pm

HansGruber wrote:
> It's been over a year since this story has been posted... is there an ETA for the next Blondie book?

It's not a dead project, just a very slow-moving one. No estimate to give you, though.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by HansGruber » Sun Mar 29, 2015 3:47 pm

It's been over a year since this story has been posted... is there an ETA for the next Blondie book?

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by Jenny44 » Fri Jul 04, 2014 8:07 am

I have absolutely loved both installments of the "Blondie" series and would love to see Carl/Candy's adventures continue. The writing and illustrations are sublime but there are many unanswered plot threads and delicious possibilities.

If you like stories that have all the transformation aspects we need and love and then long for the internal psychological struggles that social and physical transformation entails, then this series is for you. While it does not have enough of the racy and physical sexual aspects as I would like, they are there and done tastefully. But I would still like more. Great series though and you will not be disappointed.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by NichoNotLoggedIn » Thu Jun 19, 2014 5:39 pm

SassySue wrote:
> SPOILER ALERT; THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS
>
> I agree with most of what Nicho said, except I wouldn't mind if Carl had an
> erection again. In fact at the end of the scene with Tracy on the flight to
> Maine he was able to feel blood returning to his (vienna sausage).
>
> The drawings were excellent and the story was mostly entertaining, although
> repetitious at points.
>
> The ending was somewhat of a surprise, especially since Candi seemed to
> enjoy the wet dream about the airline pilot and the anal sex with Tom on
> Prom night. In fact, I would have expected more scenes like that since
> Candi enjoyed it almost as much as Tom, although I was disappointed that it
> was not as erotic or passionate as I would have hoped.
>
> Also, besides the family, 4 other people now know that Carl and Candi are
> the same and could blackmail her back into existence: Miranda; the PI;
> Amber; and Brad. The most interesting is Brad; maybe he will want to enjoy
> the same and more pleasures from Candi than his older brother Jason did.
>
> I had a couple of nitpicks. First, it was supposed to be a lost
> "year", but was really only 10 months; although I guess we didn't
> need another series of summer at the beach scenes after the first book. In
> the same vein, earlier Carl was turning 18 at the end of the summer, now
> his birthday is at the beginning. Also, it was just too
> incredible/coincidental that the P.I. and Brad had the same duo tang
> folder. The story thread about his contract as Miss Radiance. After the
> photo shoot, we never hear of the photos appearing anywhere. Maybe in book
> 3, Candi has to make guest appearances as Miss Radiance, autograph the
> photos and crown the new contest winner.

1. I understood it as Carl found the sex to be psychologically disturbing but physically pleasing.

2. The year could simply be blondies lost summer + the time in the year book? Wouldn't that be a year?

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by SassySue » Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:46 am

SPOILER ALERT; THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS

I agree with most of what Nicho said, except I wouldn't mind if Carl had an erection again. In fact at the end of the scene with Tracy on the flight to Maine he was able to feel blood returning to his (vienna sausage).

The drawings were excellent and the story was mostly entertaining, although repetitious at points.

The ending was somewhat of a surprise, especially since Candi seemed to enjoy the wet dream about the airline pilot and the anal sex with Tom on Prom night. In fact, I would have expected more scenes like that since Candi enjoyed it almost as much as Tom, although I was disappointed that it was not as erotic or passionate as I would have hoped.

Also, besides the family, 4 other people now know that Carl and Candi are the same and could blackmail her back into existence: Miranda; the PI; Amber; and Brad. The most interesting is Brad; maybe he will want to enjoy the same and more pleasures from Candi than his older brother Jason did.

I had a couple of nitpicks. First, it was supposed to be a lost "year", but was really only 10 months; although I guess we didn't need another series of summer at the beach scenes after the first book. In the same vein, earlier Carl was turning 18 at the end of the summer, now his birthday is at the beginning. Also, it was just too incredible/coincidental that the P.I. and Brad had the same duo tang folder. The story thread about his contract as Miss Radiance. After the photo shoot, we never hear of the photos appearing anywhere. Maybe in book 3, Candi has to make guest appearances as Miss Radiance, autograph the photos and crown the new contest winner.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by NichoNotLoggedIn » Sun Jun 08, 2014 6:35 am

NatiNat wrote:
> Any chance of getting / buying just the PDF version? Im not interested on
> the real book.
>
> Thanks.

There are no "real" books. It's all PDF.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by NatiNat » Sun Jun 08, 2014 5:21 am

Any chance of getting / buying just the PDF version? Im not interested on the real book.

Thanks.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by NichoAgain » Sat Mar 22, 2014 3:40 am

Sorry for spamming this thread lol.

I was thinking about it and there is one more thing I would like to see =P.

I feel sorry for Aunt Kat that she doesn't have a daughter of her own, so maybe a son she gave up for adoption (because she wanted a daughter) 18 years ago contacts her,
and asks to visit her in Florida, and maybe his luggage is lost on the way, by that same airline that got a reputation for losing it a lot >_>.

Re: Blondie's Lost Year

by NichoAgain » Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:13 am

Oh, one more thing, I found it weird that early in the story Carl complained about his course work and then was told to see the guidance counselor which never happened. Sometimes storylines just seem to disappear.

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