:) Please continue this. It seems to be a very interesting story. It's rare to find a story solely about a Vala.
Author's Response: Melda! So good to hear from you :) Always love you comments. It was a story that came about because I needed to try somthing different--wondered if I could write Het story. Let me know how I did :) ~G
Hihi, now I know how to trigger your posting-mode!!! You know that I will use that for my own good, don't you? *evil smile*
But anyway, I really think this is your greatest work (from those I've read at least). Writing about a Vala is difficult at best, I think, and you're doing very well. And writing about an impaired person in a realistic manner is also not very easy. And again you're doing great!
It is sad though that she had to leave her family. But I understand it, always travelling must be hard for one who is visually impaired...
I wonder if Irmo meddled in Namo's dreams ... somehow the idea made me smile...
Author's Response: I suppose it is a good thing that I have fics on hand to post (especially as I am still waiting for the next chapters of Dunadan's Daughter). I am flattered that this fic is your favorite thus far and now I will have to step it up a bit! There are times when a story just flows smoothly, with little thought; this was like that and so was The Blacksmith's Daughter. Others require hard work and thought and sometimes lack that gentle, easy flow. Like I said Namo is special to me and the thought of an impaired character challenges me. Do not be surprised if a fic features a mute or deaf character as I have a deep appreciation for sign language. Interesting that you mentioned Irmo meddling.... You will just have to wait till tomorrow. Thanks again, ~G
The best of you I read so far, if anyone would ask me. Namo and Este were always my favorite Valar, so I am rather intrigued ;-)
Keep it up!
Author's Response: Wow, thank you and it is only chapter 1! I hope it does not falter...although this chapter is one of my favorite beginnings. ~G