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Chicks and Ducks and Sheep better scurry...  by Grey Wonderer 15 Review(s)
Elena TirielReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/20/2008

*wipes tears of laughter from eyes*

Oh, GW, this encounter with your therapist was soooo therapeutic.... for me! *laughs some more*

You gave me my hearty laugh for the day, and I thank you for it!

- Barbara, grinning like an idiot

*psst! Waldo's lurking in the last line of the first paragraph....*

*giggles helplessly*

Author Reply: LOL
Now this is what I like to see, a happy reader! Looks like my therapy did you more good than it did me. And you found Waldo! No one else has found him or if they did, they didn't bother to tell me. You have a very sharp eye there.

Thank you for giggling helplessly. I like that in people!

Author Reply: I fixed 'recommend' by turning it into 'recommended'. Thanks for finding Waldo for me!

Agape4GondorReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/19/2008
Good grief - Send that therapist some lembas and mirovur... Should take the nasty taste from his/her mouth!

Delightful tale... er, apologia... er, disclaimer!

Author Reply: I will take your suggest up with the next Elf I find and see if I can get some lembas and mirovur for the therapist! LOL
Thanks for reviewing! I hope the cat is well.

AndreaReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/18/2008

Don't say you never write something original. For this "hidden disclaimer" IS original! I loved it :)

And (as I may have pointed out before): What would a story be without SHEEP (and hobbits) :-D

Author Reply: I may have to concede that the 'hidden disclaimer' might be new ground in fan fiction at that. LOL
I am very glad you liked it and it is very satisfying to find a reader that knows that entertainment value of sheep and hobbits! Thanks for reading!

nancylea57Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/17/2008
i think your missing the biggest hint in the world he took you on as a client hoping to get sneak peaks at your work and not have to wait for them to be published.

Author Reply: Oh! That's it! My therapist is a secret fan-fiction reader! LOL

Now that's a plot bunny if I ever heard one.

Poppy MuddyfootReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/17/2008
I haven't even read the story yet and I'm already laughing out loud. (Well, not too boss might hear.) If the story is anywhere near as creative as the disclaimer, I already love it! Thank you for making my day so much better. Poppy Muddyfoot

Author Reply: Thank you for making my day better by saying such nice things. I started playing with my disclaimers a while back because I was tired of just posting the usual, Not my characters, no profit made, yadda, yadda, and more yadda. It was then that I began to go a bit nuts with them. They get the point across but it's more fun this way. Hope your boss doesn't hear you! : )

harrowcatReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/16/2008
Oh! GW! *cough, splutter, snort*this is just hilarious! I do point out occasional typos but I don't take pleasure in it. *looks up to the sky and whistles innocently*. Of course I don't and I mainly only do it if the mistake changes the meaning of a sentence.

“Fine! I am wasting my life! I am writing stories that will never make me rich or famous and I am using another author’s characters! I am not doing anything important with my life. There! Are you happy now?”

As your alternative analyist I diagnose that you are wrong on all counts but the last question. You are making lots of people, especially me, very very happy.

KEEP WRITING and I even enjoy the sheep!

Author Reply: At one time during my fan fictin writing hobby, if the readers didn't point out the typos then no one did! I was so without a clue when I started on all of this that I didn't know anyone was having their stories edited or read over before posting. I ran mine through a spell check and then merrily posted them. I always joked that I had mine beta'd by the readers and was grateful for it! LOL *If* you should find Waldo, er any mistakes, please point them out to me. I have learned so much that way. Love the whistling innocently. hehehe

Awwwwww, thank you! I am in love with humor and so if I am making you happy then I'm happy too!

The sheep enjoy you too! : )

LarnerReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/16/2008
This is so funny, GW! And I love your sheep obsession myself! Heh!

Author Reply: Will you be my therapist? You understand me. : )

belleferretReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/16/2008
LOLOL this sounds like it could be any one of many people I know!

Author Reply: Maybe we could have a group therapy session next time! hehehe
Thanks for stopping by.

PIppinfan1988Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/16/2008
LOL, I don't think *any* of us would meet this geek's approval. That's right -- scurry home, which is what the rest of us would do and WRITE, WRITE, WRITE!! Hehehe

Very entertaining -- as usual!

Author Reply: Too much approval would probably spoil us anyway. We're better off, don't you think? Thanks for reading this and I'm glad that you were entertained. That's really all the approval that I need.

Mum's the WordReviewed Chapter: Prologue on 7/16/2008
I love it! You have the most entertaining disclaimers on the 'net!

Hugs and brownies, even before I've read the actual story,

P.S.: And yes, I'll be a character witness. What do psychiatrists know, anyway?

Author Reply: Yum! Brownies for the prologue! And hugs too! Mum, you're the best.

I'm ever so glad that you will be a character witness for me. You and I are both a couple of characters so I think that works out quite well. : )

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