on Sep 22, 2010 06:24 pm
So, I just wanted to let you know that your intoduction to this little piece of work ("the height of horrible hubris") made me laugh for probably a straight minute :D Not sure why... but I am currently reading tons of Greek myths for class, and trust me, that's nowhere near ;)
Thanks for this guide! And, especially thanks for your DDD guide, which was also incredibly helpful! When I read stuff online, I tend to get very lost between chapters for some reason as opposed to books... :P
on Jan 29, 2010 01:52 am
I want Man in Black. Can I just borrow your notebooks for a few days? I promise I'll give them back when I'm done.
on Jan 25, 2009 09:05 pm
oh wow.. what a confusing, yet intriguing plot/series.. hahah when i get some (lots!) free time.. i shall try to tackle them =)
on Aug 29, 2008 01:59 pm
okay. How does Ninteen Years Later fit itno all of this? i'm curious. i can't help it. I love your fics because they always get such a strong reaction from me... even if by the end it's usually frustration... I want them to finally be together, and not just in a dream. no matter how much i want to kill you sometimes i love you loads cause you're writing is amazing and extremely complex but I must say that I will track you down and cry shamelessly in front of you if you don't finish JoTH. you have no idea how much i want to see them actually having a happily ever after. I'm writing some stuf too, unfortunately,I haven't been able to find a beta yet. Sad, I know. Anyway... I'm not goging to sleep tonight i think cause i can't for the life of me get this frustration out of my damned bones. So please.. give us that happy ending or i'll get depressed over fanfiction and that;s just lame. I will though. no matter how lame it is.
ps i just thought u should know i it;s three thirty in the morning and i'm still reading ur fics.thank god i don't have work tomorrow. i would capitaliza what needs to be capitalized but i'm too tired. haven't slept in about two days.
on May 29, 2007 10:45 pm
well, this will be very helpful in about two weeks, but right now i'm reading KCotDT. did i screw up the plot flow by starting there? i'm oh...halfway through, so there's no going back, i jumped off the plane already (you offered so many parachutes, i gave up cliff-jumping for sky-diving)
on Feb 21, 2007 06:35 am
I should probably get this off my chest by saying you’ve ruined me, because I no longer can bring my self to read anything else, I have a certain expectation, that all fan fictions must contain a greater underlying link, and Loki. Who, by the way, I had no prior knowledge of , and actually did research (note the crazed look in my eye).
Anyway, this review, besides to probably scare you a good bit, was about the order you mention on how to read the fan fictions. I read the them in the order you suggested by stumbling over Unforgivable a month or two ago, and I don’t know, they are your fan fictions, but I think it would make more sense if you suggested reading them: Unforgivable, The Bat-Bogeys Cometh, then Bound, and then Heavenly Creatures. I just thought it would, um, easier, you know chronologically? Anyway, keep writing. =]]
Lesley reviewed Single
on Aug 17, 2006 08:39 am
I just have to say... this has REALLY cleared up a lot of things for me. Your writing is wonderful and the plots are so complex too (in a VERY good way). If you aren't a real published author yet, I think you should give it a go. Of course, you should do that only after you've finished all these fics haha
on Jun 08, 2006 04:25 pm
So, really, which one should I read first? I get very confused reading about them all, and just think, "Oy vey, I want smut!"
I'm not entirely a smut reader; I like plot occasionally and I've been told that you are a wonderful, wonderful writer. I liked Keeping Christmas, so I thought I'd try another one... but I just get so confused! (Yes, I'm blonde!)
Dark Hamadryad reviewed Single
on Aug 19, 2005 12:05 pm
Oh! That makes much more sense. Thank you for clearing that up. I've been a bit confused (although certainly intrigued) for a while now. and I think it's about time I tackle the fics again...although this time, I think I will leave JotH for last.
Athena reviewed Single
on Jun 28, 2005 03:42 pm
See, I've wanted to read this thing forever, but I'm still pretty confused. So many universes! Also, I noticed you are reposting Unforgiven at Schnoogle. That is one of the saddest and most poignant D/G (or even HP) stories I've ever read if memory serves correctly. The angst is so dark and sad and beautiful in the most creepy way. I liked how the clue gives the ending, but yes it does raise many questions. Also, read the new QatD chapter. Nice. I love your writing, it doesn't squick me as much as it squicks some people probably because I find it fascinating and really well done. Still, very confused on how it all links together and when and if it'll all collide. Bye now.
Esus reviewed Single
on Jun 28, 2005 08:19 am
Thank you for the essay about your stories... now I think I will start reading them following your suggestion!
I loved at first sight The Sandman (it was hard for me to find it... in Italy is completely unknown *sigh*) so I was delighted to see your transcription of them (and, I think I'm going to love your Loki, seeing how you described him in the fic I read!).
Well, see you soon in another review!
on Jun 26, 2005 08:51 am
thank you :) I love all your stories and it helps to see them all layed out like this.
qpq reviewed Single
on Jun 24, 2005 10:28 pm
hello, isn't Lucius Malfoy’s Good Girl in astronomy tower?
Author's Response: Um, yes. That's why I kinda wish all of the author links on FA could be on one page, instead of scattered around in three different locations. Because then authors get confused, and this kind of thing happens. But yes, it's on AT. I wonder if Mynuet would let me put it here too... it does have D/G, although Lucius/Pansy is really the focus of the plot.
Elle Blessingway reviewed Single
on Jun 23, 2005 08:42 pm
You've no idea how much this helps. I've only read "Unforgivable" and "The Bat Bogeys Cometh" all the way through, so that means I can read every thing else in proper order for proper understanding...phew..did that make sense. Anyways...love, love, love your writing...keep it up!
on Jun 23, 2005 02:02 pm
Hey, hon, I changed your links to live ones. If it bothers you, I'll change them back.
on Jun 23, 2005 10:07 am
You were my first introduction to Neil Gaiman's Sandman. I believe it was Requiem for Draco's Dream... I don't remember how I bumped on it but in any case I'm really grateful