Reviews For Red
Name: b1elliot reviewed Slip on Aug 18, 2015 11:48 pm
Love this very unique story! Thanks!

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: b1elliot reviewed Traipse on Aug 18, 2015 11:44 pm
Wow fantastic beginning. Very ominous and lovely written.
Name: Silvryn reviewed Slip on Aug 16, 2015 09:45 pm
I could visualize it well :-)
Name: Anise reviewed Slip on Aug 15, 2015 07:11 pm
Wonderful and amazing! Mysterious and haunting... O.o. Great concept with the wolf, the barely contained savagery and the clear implication that he's drawn to her for more than one reason, but we don't know what it is... And there's nothing wrong with purple prose sometimes. :) I'm going to call this "periwinkle prose" instead, that being my favorite color.

And when it comes to not being old and yet having medical issues.... I feel you on that one!! Trust me. ;) Hang in there!
Name: Anise reviewed Traipse on Jul 27, 2015 05:27 pm
I love this alternate reality fairy tale! (The original Grimm's fairy tales, as you may know, could be incredibly sinister and frightening.) So much of this is mysterious, but I think we get enough to understand what's happened to her already as much as we need to. I love the writing style! Looking forward to more. :)

Author's Response: Thank you! Sometimes I wonder if the original versions aren't the more honest ones, for all that they are totally unsuitable as children's bedtime stories (though, as a kid, I was also never very good at putting down the books that were sure to give me nightmares. I remember being around 8 and reading a collection of vampire folk tales. Had terrifying nightmares for years, and I still can't sleep with my feet uncovered. It's been almost twenty years since then. So yeah, the old folk tales definitely qualify as sinister and frightening.) Hope the next chapter doesn't disappoint!
Name: idreamofdraco reviewed Traipse on Jul 24, 2015 12:26 pm
What an intriguing start! Your writing reminds me of a Robin McKinley novel, which I think is very fitting considering the fairytale inspiration. I've only read one Robin McKinley novel, though, so, to be more accurate, maybe I should say your writing reminds me of her writing in the novel Spindle's End.

I always love seeing alternate universes and how authors tackle this pairing in a non-canon world. I think this is a great start! Thanks for sharing!

Author's Response: Have you been looking at my bookshelf? I discovered Robin McKinley's The Blue Sword when I was 12 and quickly became enamored. She has definitely had a huge influence on my writing. And thank you!
Name: SniperTeamTango reviewed Traipse on Jul 22, 2015 08:17 pm
Bone chilling. You've peaked my interest.

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: Silvryn reviewed Traipse on Jul 20, 2015 04:47 pm
My curiosity is aroused! I'd love to read more :-)

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: vintagepearls reviewed Traipse on Jul 19, 2015 09:48 pm
Very intriguing so far! Your style of writing seems great for storytelling! Keep up the good work; looking forward to reading more.

Author's Response: Thank you!
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