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Reviewer: Anais Signed [Report This]
Date: 25/10/04 - 02:50 am Title: So Divine, Hell.

You don't pick light and fluffy subjects, do you?

Good reactions. I was impressed. Love the religious touch! Twelve and fourteen, though? Le ciel, that's a bit young ;) But hey, risqué stuff is needed.

Everything's fine! There's a little problem with your French sentences, however. There are a few errors and the only reason I notice them is because French is my first language. If you want me to fix them or help you out with the phrasing, let me know.

Mais comme toujours, j'aime beacoup votre nouvel!

Author's Response: Light and fluffy subjects are dull and saved for my piteous excuses at humor. I like to take the darkest areas of humanity and make them known and perhaps even somewhat accepted. An end to ignorance, if you will. All those little areas. Religion. Incest. Cutting. Sin. Defining that's wrong and right in life. Thinking one has found the answers and then completely loosing it. Religion is something I love and hate. Even though I'm Taoist (an athiestic religion), it comes back to bite me in the ass again and again. I thought about the ages for a while. And while I was concerned with making the characters twelve and fourteen, I thought: Why not? It's the perfect age for Jean. It's when I began to question religion and what was wrong and right. I wanted Paris to be twelve because that was the age I was at the height of my religious views. God was up there watching over us, no questions asked. There was no reason to worry over things like that. It's one of the reasons I put the sex scene before it. I know someone's going to see they're twelve and fourteen before that and say, "Ugh? No. I'm not reading that." Things happen. They aren't edited and covered up completely in life, so why do so in literature? Everything's fine! There's a little problem with your French sentences, however. There are a few errors and the only reason I notice them is because French is my first language. If you want me to fix them or help you out with the phrasing, let me know. Mais comme toujours, j'aime beacoup votre nouvel! What can I say about my French? I'm taking Spanish. And those little translator things on websites don't tend to work well. I would be honored if you would give me help. ::kisses a hand:: Thanks for the review, darling.

Author's Response: Light and fluffy subjects are dull and saved for my piteous excuses at humor. I like to take the darkest areas of humanity and make them known and perhaps even somewhat accepted. An end to ignorance, if you will. All those little areas. Religion. Incest. Cutting. Sin. Defining that's wrong and right in life. Thinking one has found the answers and then completely loosing it.

Religion is something I love and hate. Even though I'm Taoist (an athiestic religion), it comes back to bite me in the ass again and again. I thought about the ages for a while. And while I was concerned with making the characters twelve and fourteen, I thought: Why not? It's the perfect age for Jean. It's when I began to question religion and what was wrong and right. I wanted Paris to be twelve because that was the age I was at the height of my religious views. God was up there watching over us, no questions asked. There was no reason to worry over things like that.

It's one of the reasons I put the sex scene before it. I know someone's going to see they're twelve and fourteen before that and say, "Ugh? No. I'm not reading that." Things happen. They aren't edited and covered up completely in life, so why do so in literature?

Everything's fine! There's a little problem with your French sentences, however. There are a few errors and the only reason I notice them is because French is my first language. If you want me to fix them or help you out with the phrasing, let me know.

Mais comme toujours, j'aime beacoup votre nouvel! What can I say about my French? I'm taking Spanish. And those little translator things on websites don't tend to work well. I would be honored if you would give me help.

::kisses a hand:: Thanks for the review, darling.

Reviewer: Anais Signed [Report This]
Date: 10/10/04 - 12:17 am Title: Of Sex and Wine

Lovely! Tastefully written and oh, so very erotic. Beautiful. Please update soon.

Author's Response: Thanks so much, darling! Chapter 2's going to my beta tonight.

Reviewer: Anais Signed [Report This]
Date: 10/10/04 - 12:11 am Title: Prologue

Wonderful beginning. The title is perfect and I love all the little details.

Author's Response: ::cuddles!:: I love you! You're a doll. But details? Whatever do you mean by that?

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