By A.J. Llewellyn


The past few days have been an exercise in pain..as if somebody is ripping my heart out of my chest without anesthesia. I have been in despair and total agony. I have fantastic friends who have all given me advice but I simply have to address the bug fat elephant sitting on my chest.


A former co-writer chose to tell people that I am a woman and the whole thing has exploded into a vicious vendetta that yes, was of my creation, but honestly was not meant to harm anybody.


When I started writing M/M four years ago I was advised to do so as a man. I chose initials instead of a name and found very quickly that I was very comfortable being A.J.


I relished the freedom being A.J. meant for me as a writer and person.


I very much identify as a man and no, I have not had surgery but I live as a man and my former co-writer knew this.


I feel as if a deeply personal struggle is being challenged and questioned…even ridiculed. It is nobody's business, but I feel now that the next thing that will happen is for my detractors to reveal my real name.


I have an alternative career that would be destroyed if this were to happen. I feel as if this is what the detractors want.


When I started writing four years ago very few M/M authors did public appearances. My friend Michael did ONE appearance for me signing books at an event, an experience I chose not to repeat. I maintained his pics on my site, fb and twitter accounts because people who came to the signing knew him to be me.


Over the last few years people have suggested coming clean, getting rid of the pics…or even replacing the photos with somebody else so I could do more signings.


Of course, I did not do that.


I chose to do nothing. Partly it was because I feared a lack of acceptance. I feared rejection.


I haven't exactly set the world on fire with sales but I found a niche, a voice, and then I partnered with DJ Manly, a fantastic person and brilliant author who doesn't deserve any of the stuff that is happening as a result of all of this.


I cultivated AJ from my own experiences and feelings. I am AJ. I just don't have a penis…yet. There are plenty of people writing in our genre who are not men and I feel their silence as all of this is happening.


When I did that book signing in 2008 I was not comfortable in my body, nor did I feel like I could come out as a woman. I liked being a man. I felt, like so many others that I was a gay man trapped in a woman's body.


Part of why I have never revealed myself as ME is both because my work has already alienated my family who call me a prostitute and because it has also affected my career. I lost a job I love when I told a fellow co-worker what I write. They fired me because I quote, write porn.


My friend Michael appeared as me for ONE book signing. I was so excited about having my first paperback published.


The whole POD thing was new and my book was not available in the stores.


I was desperate to sell some copies and organized my own book signing.


Michael was kind and did his best as AJ. He was there for me but obviously it didn't go very well… and AJ went incognito.


In a way it's a relief to not have to hide behind Michael's pics anymore but the viciousness of this attack still has me shell shocked. I can't sleep or write. I simply don't know what to do. I have removed his pics from my site etc but I don't know what else to do except to say I am sorry to all my readers who feel lied to. Believe me, everything I have written in blogs and private emails is true. I love you all and love the emails, cards and IMs I receive…I am sorry if any of you feel duped but believe me it's weighed heavily on me for a long time. I feel my work is strong enough to stand on its own whether I am male or female.


Yes, I am a biological female but I identify as a man and wish to be known that way. This is my personal preference and my hopeful desire in the future.


I apologize to DJ and Serena who are my treasured friends and co-authors. I love you both more than words can say and hope you can forgive this explosion that was not my choice…but in the end, is all my fault.


I sincerely hope my readers will forgive me and will keep reading my books. The past few days have been so agonizing I have felt suicidal. I want to thank my wonderful friends who have shown support. I am sorry I let you all down. All I wanted was to write…it's all I still want to do.


with love,


A.J.

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message 1: by Charlie (new)

Charlie Richards Hi AJ - It's very sad to hear about the troubles you're currently facing, and I hope that whoever / whoever's creating these waves finds something more productive to occupy their time soon.

Whether you are male, famale, both or neither should be no one's business but yours. To be persecuted for a choice that hurts no one is wrong. Your writing is fantastic and should speak for itself.

I wish you all the best.
~Charlie


message 2: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy I can't pretend to understand all you are going through right now, but I wanted to send my best wishes and let you know that this changes nothing as far as your books and your writing is concerned for me.

You've made me laugh and sigh with your stories, so I expect to be a fan for as long as you keep writing.

Hang in there and just know your talents are appreciated and I'm so glad you have friends you can turn to when you need them most.


message 3: by Megan (new)

Megan I only recently stumbled across all of this, and am pretty much a stranger to everyone involved, but I wanted to say that IMHO, you're a good writer, a good person, and fuck anyone who says otherwise.


message 4: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thank you Dee, Megan and Veronica. I appreciate your beautiful comments!

xo AJ


message 5: by Susu (new)

Susu Wow! How cruel people can be! I am so sorry that you are going through this. I can honestly say that I do not feel lied to. I do not read your books because of your gender, but because you create beautiful worlds, loveable characters, and I can lose myself, my problems, and get lost in the words you have set to life. You will never please everyone. The person who exposed your secret was vicious and deserves all the bad karma that will swing their way! The fans that abandon you or claim you 'lied' to them are judgemental petty people. I hope you can get over this hurt and wrong done to you by realizing that there are still decent people, friends, and readers that will never abandon you or judge you. Stay strong and keep your head held high!


message 6: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thank you Susu...you just made me cry...again. I didn't think I had any tears left but I have had such wonderful support today. Thank you!


message 7: by Sadonna (new)

Sadonna First, I have to say that I tend to be more of an observer than a contributor to the conversations here at GR. I joined to get book recommendations, organize my TBRs and keep track of books I've read and review them.

I'm terribly sorry that someone felt the need to appoint themselves judge and jury and divulge aspects of your life that are deeply personal. Let me just say that karma can be a bitch.

I buy and read a lot of M/M books. I was rather late to discovering this genre, but I can tell you, I neither know (nor do I care) the gender of half the authors of the books I read. I only care that they are good writers.

I'm dismayed that somehow ANY of these people think that authors owe us anything other than a good read for the money we fork over for their books. Beyond that they owe us nothing.

Please be assured that their are plenty of reasonable people out here who will continue to buy and enjoy your books because they are worth reading!

And again, I'm terribly sorry for the pain and suffering that this cruel deed has inflicted.


message 8: by Susan (new)

Susan I cannot begin to understand what it must feel like to have something so personal aired in such a public way. My heart goes out to you. Regardless of the situation, nobody deserves something like this to happen to them.
I am shocked by the number of people who have turned your personal pain into an insult against them.
I have enjoyed your work in the past and all that matters to me is that your are happy and continue to write beautiful stories :)
I send my best wishes during this terrible time for you.


message 9: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thank you Susan I really appreciate it. Thank You!


message 10: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Sadonna wrote: "First, I have to say that I tend to be more of an observer than a contributor to the conversations here at GR. I joined to get book recommendations, organize my TBRs and keep track of books I've re..."

Thank you Sadonna! xoxo


message 11: by Crys (new)

Crys Harris A.J., I'm not trying to minimize your pain and upset in any way, but one good thing that has come out of this entire drama is that I've heard about your work and will be reading it. Hopefully, your continued success as an author will be the fly in the ointment of those that decided to hurt you by announcing details about yourself you wanted to remain private.

Queers unite.


message 12: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thanks Crys...I appreciate that. Honestly. I am still trying to get my head around work and I will...writing has always been my refuge. Thanks for the beautiful sentiments.

xo


message 13: by Sui (new)

Sui Lynn Hey AJ,

I'm so sorry you're going through this. I understand the very personal decision, as an author in this genre, as to how to portray yourself. My own family is split regarding what I write. Some are supportive and some are altogether ugly.

I'm a staunch supporter of being who you are. So as I may not have supported your initial choice to hide yourself, I can certainly understand it and have many times wished I'd done so myself. The personal comments from people who proclaim to be your friends but don't understand what you do, can feel like the Spanish inquisition and become extremely hurtful.

A writer is not just male or female. Writers are artists painting pictures of the world for others to see through language. Whether they are male or female is immaterial. I know that there are those out there who say that a female can not write m/m because it's an experience and lifestyle we can't begin to understand. To me this is a ridiculous statement because if that were so, then Stephen King would be writing from death row for the murder's he'd have to have committed to understand the lifestyle of a killer before he wrote many of his horror novels. It's idiotic conjecture.

I think you've been handed a raw deal. It's your choice and to have that choice taken from you and displayed for the world is unprofessional and inappropriate behavior for anyone. It's vindictive and cruel. Jealousy is an ugly green monster and in such a competitive world as ours, it can make people horribly cruel. I'm sorry that you're having to suffer through this it's unfair for people to be attacking you.

So you hid your gender... who cares. Does it change the words on the page... no. Does it change the published stories and make them any less appealing... no.

Writers, I'm learning are very emotion laden people. We are a bunch of drama queens and we feed on drama like wolves on an injured deer. (not all of us, but many of us... lol) Weather the storm and tomorrow is another day. You have my support and I'm sorry you are having to deal with all the petty school yard bullying mentality.

Sincerely,
Sui Lynn


message 14: by Susan65 (last edited Nov 08, 2011 07:39AM) (new)

Susan65 Why do people feel its okay to "out" other people? You are a fabulous writer and your personal life and business is just that...personal. AJ please stay positive and understand that those who stand by you are your true friends and those who don't, never were...so they are not worth your pain and tears. You are a beloved author whether male or female and I will still buy your books because they are well written and keep my attention. ((HUGS))


message 15: by Kaje (last edited Nov 08, 2011 09:11AM) (new)

Kaje Harper I don't hide my gender but I write under a pen name. On the net, few of us are completely open and we all have our reasons for it. If someone goes out of their way to pretend to be a different gender for the sake of sales, I don't like it. But that's different from someone who is trans asking to be referred to by the gender with which they identify. And I can understand the escalation of well-meant deceptions - God knows we do that in our books to our gay closeted characters often enough and with complete sympathy. If those deceptions led to statements or actions that you regret, especially in the realm of the blogging and non-fiction, you can own those.

I'm sorry for the way this has blown up on you, and I do hope it keeps its distance from the core of your private life. And in the end, the work stands on its own merits. Unless buying a book supports something wrong (like true life stories cashing in on tragedy) then the private life of the author is irrelevant to the work. I hope the joy of writing and the relief of leaving the outside world for a reality you control returns for you, and that you write another book soon, for yourself and for the fans who are waiting for it. Good luck and best wishes.


message 16: by Kat (new)

Kat I'm really sorry for what you have to go through and how people treated you, AJ. I don't care whether an author is male or female, they are great people who write wonderful books for me to read, that's what is important to me.

*hugs* AJ, I really hope it has no negative effects on your private life. You have every right to protect yourself and your life by chosing a pen-name. I hope you keep on writing, your books are simply wonderful. The most important thing is that you are happy! *hugs again*


message 17: by MLE (new)

MLE I am so sorry for what has been done to you, it truly baffles me to think that someone feels that an author has any obligation to share anything of their personal life with their readers. I am however, struck by the raw honesty and beauty of your post. It took an amazing amount of courage to write, and I think that it will touch many peoples lives and hearts. You have transformed one person's act of petty malice into something both cleansing and I hope, in time, healing. Thank you for what you have done, it's inspiring.


message 18: by Jaime (last edited Nov 08, 2011 09:12AM) (new)

Jaime OMG! You are hurt and in pain....what about the people you lied to?


message 19: by Adrian (last edited Nov 08, 2011 10:22AM) (new)

Adrian Anderson Jaime wrote: "OMG! You are hurt and in pain....what about the people you lied to?"

Unless A.J. was romancing someone and lied about gender I really don't understand what gender has to do with all of it. This is the bloody 2000s, not the literary dark ages when female writers had to LIE and write using male pseudonyms.

I don't see what A.J. did as LYING when all the facts about the matter are taken into consideration. A.J. identifies as a MAN not a woman. I identify as GAY not straight. If I said I was straight it would be a lie. If A.J. said she was a woman then she would be lying to herself which is the worse kind of lie there is, not being able to be true with your own damn self.

I am gay, others don't see that as a valid self-identification. It IS valid for me. They are bigots. Similarly A.J. identifies and LIVES AS A MAN (just doesn't have a penis...yet,lol, good one A.J.), this her self-identification, her REALITY is valid for her.

The differences between GENDER as OPPOSED to sex are rife in this issue. A.J. much support to you, I think I can understand why you acted the way you did and if other people can't well...the hell with them. Let them swelter in their narrow-minded ignorance.


message 20: by Jaime (new)

Jaime She lied about who she was...she paid a model to impersonate her at book signings, she used that model's picture as her own, she wrote about living as a gay man, she wrote a coming out story!

How is that not hurting the people that tought she was a gay man?


message 21: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Jaime, Michael did ONE book signing for me. Three years ago. And yes he was my avatar. He is encouraging me to use it still. I would love to. He is effing cute and I miss his face on my twitter and fb accounts. Are you going to go after all the authors using fake avatars? All the reviewers etc with pics not of themselves?


message 22: by Adrian (last edited Nov 08, 2011 10:49AM) (new)

Adrian Anderson I didn't say he didn't hurt people. I questioned their feelings of hurt when contrasted with the kinda pain and anguish A.J. must be and have went through. At least A.J.'s has some GENUINELY COMPELLING basis.

You want to talk hurt and betrayal? What is yours compared to the kind of hurt and betrayal LGBT people go through every day, lying to and betraying THEMSELVES sometimes to the point of SUICIDE. Don't trivialize A.J.'s pain. Yours is a pinprick in comparison to a dagger in the heart.

And AJ said it was a ONE TIME SIGNING which he did not repeat. Furthermore, I said I thought I could understand what he did and the motives. Did I say I agreed with how he acted?

A.J. - kindly disregard the person above me who is clearly stuck at an infantile stage of psycho-emotional development...and all others of her benighted ilk. :)

For those who are of Jaime's opinion...GENDER is ROLE based, SEX is BIOLOGICAL. A.J. functions as a MAN, A.J.'s gender is MALE. The only reason you should feel betrayed is if you were obsessed about A.J.'s SEX aka what he has between his legs... Did you plan on sleeping with him? GET OVER IT!


message 23: by Jaime (new)

Jaime A.J. wrote: "Jaime, Michael did ONE book signing for me. Three years ago. And yes he was my avatar. He is encouraging me to use it still. I would love to. He is effing cute and I miss his face on my twitter and..."

AJ, I'm not going after you....it was kind of shocking to me that you would start your coming clean post with how YOU are hurting how YOU are in pain...I would of maybe had some sympathy for you if you would of started off with an apology to everyone you hurt for lying.


message 24: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson A.J. apologized in the post. That should be adequate. But you have issues with order of the statements? Do you have a minimum word count too of how much of the post should have been an apology? Perhaps you need him to fly to your home and beg forgiveness in person on his knees?

Of course A.J. began with an expression of how much he hurts. HE is living this reality, we are not. He will validate his feelings first because the self is the POINT OF REFERENCE! Jaime is just being (big surprise) selfish and unable to put the emotional needs of someone with a higher priority for comfort above her own.

Childish...


message 25: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn I did apologize Jaime. I cannot apologize enough. And yes I am in pain. Okay?


message 26: by Jaime (new)

Jaime Adrian, I don't know how to put this nicely....but fuck-off! I'm tired of you calling me names for my opinions, if you don't like them don't read them!


message 27: by Dee Wy (last edited Nov 08, 2011 11:00AM) (new)

Dee Wy Hurt me? You didn't hurt me at all, AJ. I'm an avid fan of your writing and this changes nothing. Michael is a hottie and I'll miss his mug. Feel free to tell him that.

Hey, I have lots of regrets at my age for things I wish I had done differently. Is there anyone who doesn't have a few regrets and would change things if they could? Only perfect people should throw stones or point fingers. Hmmm...how many of those do you know?


message 28: by Adrian (last edited Nov 08, 2011 11:04AM) (new)

Adrian Anderson Jaime wrote: "Adrian, I don't know how to put this nicely....but fuck-off! I'm tired of you calling me names for my opinions, if you don't like them don't read them!"

Wow, and the bitch queen shows her nastier head at last. Don't worry about trying either, nice isn't exactly a quality trait you have mastered, anyone just needs to read your posts.

PS - Jaime, I am HURT that you are using a name which is 95% of times MALE in gender, thus misleading me about your identity. This hurt is all pervasive, such that I see everything about you through hurt colored lenses, notwithstanding the fact that it has nothing to do with the nasty person you are anyway! :D


message 29: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Dee thank you. Michael misses being AJ. God love him. 99% of the people who have contacted me have been so kind. I am not perfect and I was taught something a long time ago: when you point the finger at someone there are three pointing right back at you. Thanks again!
xoxo


message 30: by Jaime (new)

Jaime Dee wrote: "Hurt me? You didn't hurt me at all, AJ. I'm an avid fan of your writing and this changes nothing. Michael is a hottie and I'll miss his mug. Feel free to tell him that.

Hey, I have lots of regrets..."


Hey I'm not perfect but lets be realistic here....she faked a whole persona had people believe she was a gay man to sell books!!


message 31: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Jaime I would prefer no hate spread on MY blog thank you. You are entitled to your opinions and I respect that but I don't like unkindness to others. You don't know me nor I you, but I am begging for kindness and tolerance here - especially toward other commentators.

Thank you,

AJ


message 32: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy So you don't buy m/m books from female writers, Jamie?


message 33: by Jaime (last edited Nov 08, 2011 11:44AM) (new)

Jaime Wow, nasty and childish I am.....and I'm the one spreading hate. I will not comment on this thread again.

Yes, Dee I do read m/m books with female authors....but that is so not the point here.

http://logophilos.net/blog/index.php/...


message 34: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson Jaime wrote: "Hey, I have l..."

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."

Wow, unforgiving much? Faked a persona to sell books? Do you come down THIS hard upon all the other women in MM fiction who do just the same thing. And believe me there are a lot of them. Knowing how this has affected A.J. it would not be right of me to name names here - but I know many of you know exactly who I am talking about.

Those women are NOT part of the LGBT community, they don't have any FIRST PERSON IDEA of the stressors WE go through, and yes, WE also make mistakes - LIKE EVERYONE ELSE. A.J. in many ways I believe the TRANS community has it the hardest. I know of people whose parents were relieved that they came out as GAY and not TRANS-leaning. I won't pretend to know what you went through, or are going through.

Seems other people are perfectly willing to make assumptions about people's personal circumstances. Unless Jaime is willing to sit down and talk to A.J. one on one and play the role of a shrink to get a thorough understanding (I shudder to think) I really don't think she has any room to talk.


message 35: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson Jaime wrote: "Wow, nasty and childish I am.....and I'm the one spreading hate. I will not comment on this thread again.

Yes, Dee I do read m/m books with female authors....but that is so not the point here."


You are not the one spreading hate with your attitude and the swearing? Run along, I'm sure you won't be missed.


message 36: by Sadonna (new)

Sadonna Jaime wrote: "Wow, nasty and childish I am.....and I'm the one spreading hate. I will not comment on this thread again.

Yes, Dee I do read m/m books with female authors....but that is so not the point here."


I have to ask you, what is your motivation and intent in these posts? Also, I have to question what the intent and motivation was of the person who "outed" AJ. To call attention to their own work? To be malicious and vindictive? I believe that AJ has gone above and beyond the call of duty in explaining the situation. I do not think ANY of us has the right to judge. Perhaps you need to ask yourself what it is you hope to accomplish. I for one do not understand it.


message 37: by Sadonna (new)

Sadonna Oh and in case there is a misunderstanding here, I neither know nor do I care who did the outing. I just think it's a valid point to consider in this whole dialogue.


message 38: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson http://logophilos.net/blog/index.php/...

Jaime, the link you so kindly provided appears to be non-functional. :)


message 39: by Jude (new)

Jude Mason Hi A.J.,

I'm so sorry you're stuck in all this crap, A.J. You know, I don't think I'll ever understand why anyone feels they have the right to dictate how someone else should live. What possible difference could your sexuality have on how well you can do a job, whether it's in an office or under the hood of a truck, writing a book or cutting into someone to save their life?

I've read your books and you have a wonderful gift and talent. What more can a reader ask for?

As an author, I've been asked to change my name by one publisher, because it sounded to masculine. I've had people think I was male. I've been hit on, propositioned and sent the most inappropriate suggestions via email. Is it any wonder some of us use a pen name?

Oh, and there are a great many men who hide behind a female persona. Is that wrong, too?

I just don't get what difference it makes? Oh, I'm female. I write gay erotica. I also write femdom, BDSM, paranormal, m/f, and a number of other genres. How I identify as a sexual person has nothing to do with what I write. There's a saying among many authors. I am NOT what I write. I was gifted with an imagination and the desire/drive to share the things I imagine.

A.J., I hope you can get passed this and can continue to share your stories with us. But, I would completely understand if you turned away from this kind of sh*t. My heart goes out to you.

Hugs
Jude Mason


message 40: by Donna (new)

Donna AJ... This whole thing really upsets me. You have become someone familiar to me from facebook and goodreads. I do not believe this is going on - I have never seen anything negative from you on any topic - only bright, intelligent postings and comments. As for feeling lied to - I don't. I don't believe it is any of my business what sex, gender, political party, etc. a writer claims in order to enjoy their work. Some of these comments, though, blow my mind! I keep hoping we will learn to live and let live... I'm just glad that most of the people who have commented have been positive. Hang onto those... and let the rest just blow away... You are loved.


message 41: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thank you everyone. I veer between being so upset by all this, then so grateful for the wonderful people who have reached out. So many authors and readers, God! I feel lucky. Thank you to the people I know and those I don't who have reached out to me.

xoxo


message 42: by A.J. (new)

A.J. Llewellyn Thank you everyone. I veer between being so upset by all this, then so grateful for the wonderful people who have reached out. So many authors and readers, God! I feel lucky. Thank you to the people I know and those I don't who have reached out to me.

xoxo


message 43: by Deeze (new)

Deeze Hi AJ, I don't really have much to say, except I really don't see why this is causing so much backlash for you. Your gender has nothing to do with your writing. Hell there must be hundreds and thousands of author that use alias's. As for the pic you used big deal, does anyone really use their real pic? And before anyone starts shouting at me that they do, how am I to believe you if I don't know you?. The book signing again I really don't see why its a big deal! So you used a stand in, I'm sure your not the first nor will you be the last.

Sadly I think some people believe for wotever sad reason, that authors, like actors, owe the public their whole life. Sad.

AJ I hope you can remain strong through out this sad ordeal. Please believe that the majority really couldn't care less what you look like, and like me will be puzzled as to why this became such a big deal for the imature few.


message 44: by Janelle (new)

Janelle AJ,
I can honestly say that no matter what gender you really are that has no baring on the talent you show in your writing, furthermore, I am and will continue to be a fan and I love your work! Stay strong and no that there are people out there that love you for you and cherish every moment we are blessed to be in your presence whether in person or through your writing. I for one feel very lucky to be able to sit down and say I was able to read your work.


message 45: by Tina (last edited Nov 08, 2011 12:56PM) (new)

Tina I think it sucks that you have to go through this! Very few writers of M/M or M/F erotica use their own names or images. If the persone who outed you was a co-writer, he should understand the struggle for acceptance that you and many others in the LGBT community face. To use that to hurt you is despicable! I would venture a guess that in the end, it will all come down to money on someone's part. You keep on keeping on AJ. It's the writing that is the main thing. Whether or not you have a dick doesn't determine your talent. You have that in spades!


message 46: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson Tina wrote: "I think it sucks that you have to go through this! Very few writers of M/M or M/F erotica use their own names or images. If Michael was a co-writer, he should understand the struggle for acceptan..."

Tina, Michael is A.J.'s friend. Not the one who outted A.J.


message 47: by Tina (last edited Nov 08, 2011 12:57PM) (new)

Tina I'm so sorry to bad mouth the wrong person. Thank you for pointing it out to me! Please feel free to substitute the right name in my diatribe...


message 48: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson Tina wrote: "I'm so sorry to bad mouth the wrong person. Thank you for pointing it out to me! Please feel free to substitute the right name in my diatribe..."

No sweat, Tina. A.J. didn't say who it was (obviously not sinking to their level). But...one does wonder. :|


message 49: by Susan65 (new)

Susan65 Adrian if I ever need a knight to defend me I would choose you.


message 50: by Adrian (new)

Adrian Anderson Susan65 wrote: "Adrian if I ever need a knight to defend me I would choose you."

Lolol! My dad did always say he wished I followed in his footsteps. Sadly, I can get really worked up at times when dealing with impossible people...I might have ended up being thrown outta court for contempt! :P


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