I think that these could be the lyrics of a good country song. I hope you try some music with it. Let me know how it turns out (like on Youtube or something).
Thank you for sharing this. There just isn't enough jazz on the radio, and I long for a nice, quiet stay-at-home rainy day. Until then, this poem will do.
I like how everyone discussed how they got their. The whack on the head with a frying pan was a clever touch, as was the speculations of how death might have occured otherwise. Thank you for a good laugh!
The was a beautiful job of illustrating a painful truth.
This was a fun piece. I especially like the next to the last paragraph, which really does sum up how the game got started, by putting out the rules. Thank you for sharing!
This was fun. I've just rewatched and reread major parts of TLOTRs and a scrap of cross-universe mixing was like having a bite of chocolate after dinner! Thanks for the treat!
How nice! My aunt used to say that everyone had someone to be with, and I'm glad Charlotte found hers. (Rather interesting deaths there - poor Tommy must have been the warm-up act. And Count Chocula was a pretty symbolic choice, him being Undead and all....*grin*)
Nicely done. Thank you for sharing it!
I like this Lando Calrissian POV account, as it answers the question of why didn't Han get mad at Lando - they understood each other. The story covers well the differences between trust and understanding, and explains how the Vadar relationship factored in. Excellent job!
This fits in well with the book and the movie. Eleanor and her dreams are done excellently! On to chapter 2 -- !
Nice not to recreate the same lost boys as before or have Tinkerbell back)(definite misstakes made in "Hook" neither were canon and she talked....) Good job and getting the story fresh. On to chapter 3!
Want adventure, get adventure and all the consequences. The book had its moments and themes of cruelty that the Disney and Broadway and television stories swept away. You have not swept the maway. Bravo! Looking forward to chapter 4....
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" has haunted me since I read it years ago. Thanks for a new look at one of the (usually over-looked) characters!
Wow, you didn't hold back! A rarity in time travel stories. Too bad about the time machine and Master J. One can only imagine what happened to them...
Well done. It reminds me of the great-grandmother's death in "Dandilion Wine", and brings back memories of a friend's child's peaceful death from a brain tumor.
Author's Response: I am glad you liked this, especially because it brought back those particular memories. I was unfamiliar with "Dandilion Wine", but went to look it up as soon as you mentioned it. It seems like a book I would enjoy too. Thank you.
I was expecting another vampire story when it started out, and was surprised and delighted that it turned out the way it did. Nicely done!
Thank you for such an original view of vampire love! With a three hundred year age gap, one can imagine his vampire friends teasing him about robbing the cradle, or the sad frustration of his bride not knowing about or understanding, let alone appreciating stuff of the last three decades.
This was a fun read!
One of the tricks of fan fic writing is to be able to write a story that will stand on it's own, even if someone isn't aquainted with the universe(s). You've done a great job with Werewolf of London, blending it in with Harry Potter. Interesting idea, having a Werewolf Reserve in the Catskill Mountains - and good place for it as it's already a rich area of magic.
Author's Response: Thank you for such a wonderful review!
The sooner you’ve become a Jedi, the sooner I can go back to death.”
These were fun to read! That sentence, though, is going to stick in my mind for quite a while! Snape would rather be dead than to have to put up with Potter any longer than he has to! *snicker*
Author's Response: Thank you. I believe he would.
Good job! This story fits nicely in the Snape Lives! genre and I enjoy the Rickman connection.
Author's Response: Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it. Once I started writing it, I realized that it was quite amusing to imagine Rickman versus Rickman!
Hmm, the Imprint would be a big factor, because of what you pointed out in the story - Jacob would have to leave Bella. I like how true to the story it it, but was he ever referred to as "Ed"? Otherwise, this was like reading a draft that SM wrote and decided not to use.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad that you like it. No, I think that anyone referring to Edward as 'Ed' would soon find themselves minus a limb or two. That was simply Bella unable to finish thinking his name. That's all. :)
I like the image that comes out of this, that Edward is very much a seventeen year old boy, and an obsessed one at that. Also reading this, I'm reminded that Alice couldn't "see" the werewolves, and that she didn't know at the time of the cliff jump that she couldn't know that all was dark because Bella was with Jacob.
Author's Response: Edward is difficult, all of the emotions of a teenager, but combined with wisdom of someone who has been around for over a century. Not to mention overwhelming strength of emotion. I feel bad for him. :)
Great! The "what if" Jacob Imprints has been answered! Don't know how the real thing will pan out, but the "I call" is always fun. I like how it all comes together, and how in character everyone is. Thanks for a good read!
Author's Response: I wasn't going to drag it out. There's enough angst as it is. :) Thank you for reading. I have 7 chapters written and more even to come after that. Certainly something to keep me busy this summer.
My daughter wrote to me some time ago: Bella should go to the University of Miami, where she encounters manatee mer-people who feed her to a shark to appease their higher power. I like the fact that you’ve pointed out that Sasquatch has yet to make an appearance (maybe the vampires killed him off already?). And it just dawned on me, the irony of Belle being from Phoenix, the name of another magical, mythical creature and all that it represents! Keep writing - I'll keep reviewing!