Riverblossom Hills, that you can find here: http://nonikk63.blogspot.com/ If you prefer a Swedish version of the story, look here: http://nonikk63sv.blogspot.se/?zx=e5e810I joined LJ to be able to comment on other blogs, but my own projects are to be found at blogger. I have a "finished" story (that of course could have gone on for ever) about
f99908edd I am beginning to feel a strong urge to re-write the beginning of this story. I didn't know where I was going when I started and I had no idea of what style I wanted for it, so I must admit that I myself find it almost teethgrindingly stiff and strained - and that goes for both versions, as the beginning was translated into Swedish relatively soon. Then over a year went by before I was encouraged by a young Swedish reader to translate the rest. Thank you again Humlanbelf for that! I was very happy that I got to finish the story - also I really liked the result. I think the whole story would gain a lot if I could re-write it in the same tone I have for the later part of the Swedish version. This might be a future project.
I also started a story about Pleasantview, that has been on hiatus for a year and a half but will be continued - in a while. http://nonikkmain.blogspot.com/2011/05/w
So if you miss my comments, it's not because I don't care.
Perhaps you'll recognize this house, although it is not an exact copy. As usual I've handled the material quite freely and let myself be inspired by a TV-show rather than try and recreate it. And I'd better think of it that way, because the sims themselves proved to be quite difficult. I don't think that they will be that easy to recognize( Click and it will all be revealedCollapse )