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|Four of a Kind by Grey Wonderer||98 Review(s)|
|harrowcat||Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 9/27/2006|
|'No Imagination!' GW you fibber!!!! Why do I log on each morning if not to revel in the imagination, sometimes rather over-active, of Authors like your very good self. Now go and wash your mouth out with soap for lying!!! *gggggg*|
Author Reply: Word of advice to Harrowcat, "Soap tastes nasty, precious. We doesn't like it very much. No we doesn't, precious." (Spits bubbles and looks in mirror.) "Harrowcatmay be right about over-active imagination. We need to get out more, yes we does, Precious.!"
|Lindelea||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/27/2006|
|That was lovely! Such a nice way of stringing pictures together, with the common theme of butterflies, and yet such individual personalities emerge. I liked especially that you let us look through Saradoc's eyes at each of them.|
Author Reply: Thank you! I am very pleased that you enjoyed this. I am forever happy when I can include Saradoc in a story. He is one of my favorite hobbits for some reason. Thanks for stopping by. Your kind words are much appreciated.
|Lindelea||Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 9/27/2006|
|LOL! Methinks there ought to be a disclaimer to the disclaimer. No imagination!|
(beg to disagree)
Author Reply: I love it when people beg. It's a weakness of mine.
Here's your disclaimer to the disclaimer:
Be warned that the disclaimer for this story may contain some questionable statements. (Not that bit about Tolkien. That's completely true.) It was not the intention of the writer to lie, she just couldn't come up with anything at all imaginative to say. sigh!
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/26/2006|
|And each has a completely different understanding of the same creature--one delighting in them, one seeking to hold the beauty to himself forever, one seeking to be like them, and one seeking to understand them--and, of course, in terms of is beloved flowers. And you KNOW how I love the idea of the butterflies loving to be around Frodo Baggins! Oh, so very beautiful imagery here. And love that it's all from Saradoc's POV.|
Author Reply: Frodo's part of the story was the first part that came to me. Usually, with me, it is Pippin, but this time I was driving to work and I kept seeing butterflies on the wildflowers and for some reason, the image of Frodo sitting among them turned up and the rest came after. Saradoc was the last element to sneak in there and Merry's part was the hardest to write. There, now, you know entirely too much about this one! LOL
Thank you for reading!
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 9/26/2006|
|No imagination of your own? Oh, the first story told is told right, right there! Liar, liar, pants on fire! Larner chants as she dances through the Old Forest.|
Author Reply: Think I won't follow you into the Old Forest? Think again! I've been in there before. I even have a magic map that will show me where you are and, no, wait! That a map of Hogwarts that I nicked from Fred and George Weasley. This may be harder than I thought.....
Thanks for reading the prologue. That takes real nerve.
|Pearl Took||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/26/2006|
|All beautiful and wonderous!!|
I love that you had Saradoc in them.
A lovely send off to bedtime :-)
Thank you, m'dear GW, and Good night!
Author Reply: I just adore Saradoc for some reason. Glad you enjoyed this and I hope you have a lovely night's rest! Sleep tight!
|eiluj||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/26/2006|
|I think you know your hobbits!|
Author Reply: And they seem to know me. Thanks for the lovely review! That was such a nice thing to say.
|Pearl Took||Reviewed Chapter: Prologue on 9/26/2006|
|"I am just stealing, er, borrowing them because I have no real original characters or imagination of my own."|
Author Reply: Everyone is calling me names, Pearl! sniff, sniff
Can I have some jam now, please to make up for it all?