Author's Note:

It's over.

After all these months, The Feminine Mistake is at last complete.
Ordinarily, I'd probably take the time here to talk about it and
what a project it was, but there's really no point. It's here, in its
final and complete form, for you to read for yourself and, hopefully,

Apologies for breaking this into so many parts, but AOL has a
size limit on posts. Snarl snarl.

This is dedicated to: Doug Killings, for being such a cool
accomplice and all-around peach; Clive May, for just being who
he is; Graham Woodland, for similar reasons; Alfred von
Boeckmann, for teaching me the facts; Alvin Lynch, Mitch
Parrish, and Gene Crane, for putting up with my eccentricities;
and to all the people who've been reading 'To Die For', for
making it all worthwhile. This is for y'all.

Copyright Notes:

'Doctor Who' is property of the BBC.
'This Time Round' created by Tyler Dion.
The Mineral-Water Man, Doug, Diane, and the ADF created by
Douglas B. Killings.
Wesley Crusher is from the TV series 'Star Trek TNG', property
of Paramount studios.
Ryoko and Washu Hakubi are from the anime 'Tenchi Muyou',
property of Pioneer Entertainment.
Lucas Buck is from the TV series 'American Gothic', property of
Shaun Cassidy.
Catbert is from the comic strip 'Dilbert', property of Scott Adams.
Dwight Greenwell is from the novel _Unintended Consequences_,
by John Ross.
Death (this particular one) is from the 'Discworld' series, by Terry
Inu-Yasha and Kagome Higurashi (the pretty schoolgirl) are from
the manga 'Inu-Yasha', property of Rumiko Takahashi.
Atsuko 'Nuku-Nuku' Natsume, Eimi Yoshikawa, Arisa Mitamura,
Kyouko Koitabashi, and Mishima Heavy Industries are from the
anime 'All-Purpose Cultural CatGirl Nuku-Nuku', property of
Yuzo Takada.
Ukyou Kuonji, Konatsu, Tatewaki Kuno, Shampoo the Amazon,
Kodachi Kuno, Principal Kuno (Big Kahuna), Ryouga Hibiki,
Mikado Sanzenin, and Azusa Shiratori are from the anime
'Ranma 1/2', property of Rumiko Takahashi.
Strikeman, Miyuki Kobayakawa, Natsumi Tsujimoto, Yoriko
Nikaido, and Futaba Aoi are from the anime 'You're Under
Arrest!', property of Kyousuke Fujishima.
Inspector Zenigata is from the anime 'Lupin the Third', property
of Monkey Punch.
Skuld is from the manga/anime 'Oh! My Goddess!', property of
Kyousuke Fujishima.
Princess Lum, Ataru Moroboshi (the boyfriend), and Lum's
Stormtroopers are from the anime 'Urusei Yatsura', property of
Rumiko Takahashi.
'Space Battleship Yamato' is the property of Leiji Matsumoto.
Maetel is from the anime 'Galaxy Express 999', property of Leiji
Akemi (Matsuro's Mother) is from the fanfic series 'Do-Gooders',
property of Improfanfic.
Excerpt from the song 'Legend of Wooly Swamp' is property of
the Charlie Daniels Band.
The song 'Acid Country' is property of Tim Wilson.
Excerpt from the song 'Free Bird' is property of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Excerpt from the song 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down' is
property of The Band.
Major Charles Winchester, Capt. 'Hawkeye' Pierce, Capt. BJ
Hunnicutt, and Col. Potter are from the TV series M*A*S*H,
property of CBS (I think).
Story and original characters property of BKWillis.

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