trellum wrote:I've just read "The Change of Seasons: The Long Sweat" really interesting. It became creppy close to the end, specially in the end. Always waiting to see how things could get crazier. It was a really fun read.
I also read "A Vacation" by TabulaRasa. Wish it was a little longer, but otherwise fun to read.
TheArtesian/Neverlander has short interesting stories. His captions were the first ar captions I've read. Also love the concept of "The Yankee"
Octavian captions are my favorites. Mostly for those were they like to be kids and are in full possession of their adult minds.
"Well Wishes" I still have to take a look.
Thanks for all the suggestions. I'll keep looking for more stories. I'll appreciate more suggestions.
Those are definitely some of my favorites. Here are a few others:"A Boy for All Seasons" by Sumner
- It seems like you've been around the block so you're likely familiar with Sumner. Fabulous author. This one is an interesting take on "stasis" AR, and regression being used to practical effect in society which I think is pretty cool."Just like Old Times" by Spectrum Analyzer and TabulaRasa
- Two guys regress via a drug and go on an elementary school field-trip. Cute story. If you have trouble registering for CYOC I can send you the text."Snow Unicorn" by Bob Stein
- Its very short but a lovely read. Bob Stein, who also goes by Posti, publishes mostly horse and centaur transformations though he's got a few regression tales as well. Captures the mood you want, I think.My Story Gallery
- I've published only a few vignettes. My interests are pretty similar to yours so maybe you'll find something you enjoy.