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|Many a Slip by Linda Hoyland||4 Review(s)|
|galathil||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/24/2014|
what a delightful little story. Once again your description of your story is flawless.
I love the lard it is funny. I hate to think what Faramir would of my hand writing,its terrible. Love Galathil
Author Reply: Thank you so much. I'm delighted that you enjoyed this. My handwriting is pretty grim too! hugs, Linda.
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/17/2014|
|Ah, but it sounds as if Tarostar's handwriting is similar to that of my sister, who'd once thought to study to become a doctor. Love the twelve barrels of lard! And I rejoice that the dove was freed but chose to remain in the White Tree.|
Author Reply: It does indeed sound as if Tarostar wrote much like your sister. I'm pleased you enjoyed the part about the lard and the doves.
|UTfrog||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/17/2014|
|Aragorn should have known about healers and poor writing. If he had, we would not have enjoyed this delightful story. Thanks for posting. It was an excellent read. |
Author Reply: Thank you, I'm delighted you enjoyed this. Maybe Elven healers have neat handwriting?
|shirebound||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/16/2014|
|What a fun idea for a story! And bless Faramir for being able to decipher the scrawled handwriting. Keeping the dove to release at the ceremony was inspired.|
Author Reply: Thank you so much, I'm pleased you found this story fun.