Ola, I'm Sine,
My friends and family mean the world to me.
I write, draw, hike, run Cross Country, and act.
We finished up the play, it was GREAT! :D
Tip: When King says it is bad, do NOT read it. Thanks.
Have a wonderful day!
That was rather interesting. :]
To bad I -and some others, lawl- had no sanity to begin with! XD
This is really good,
I mean, really good. I found the beginning to be....entrancing. :) It was overall really really good.
I did notice one mistake, not sure if it was pointed out yet though...
"...and causes her to chiver..." put a 's' in shiver.
I think it is just a typo, happens. ;))
Author's Response: I thought this was one of those stories that people just kind of looked over. Thank you for reviewing! Entrancing? That is the best complement I've gotten for this. Thank you so much! And I will fix the mistake as soon as I'm done here. Namarie!
XD Ha! I think I would be considered a freak. Ye! *flails arms and spins in chair...falls out of chair. :] *
Author's Response: Ha ha! I'm sure everyone on this site is! I'm glad you liked it!
I really liked this, I lost 2 of my favourite teachers in 1 week (litterly) and I kept feeling hopeless and just like a ghost to the world the whole time and your story really told truth to how someone thinks.
We never really don't know how much we love or need someone until they are gone...
I know this happened awhile ago but I hope your friend, Laila, is doing well. -cyber hugs-
A ring can represent practically anything. Undying love, a silent promise, real friendship, commitment, but also nobility, worship or faith. There are rings that symbolize dependence, enslavement, eternity, and apparently there is one that stands for all that’s evil in this world. But let’s not forget a ring is nothing more than a piece of metal that fits nicely around a finger. It doesn’t even have to be pretty.
So don’t ask me why I ended up risking my life, going on this quest to destroy one. I mean, you can’t really blame me for getting caught up in things I don’t even believe in, right?
Be warned: this is a tenth walker fic and English is my second language. It’s possible you’ll hate this story, but don’t forget you’re not legally obliged to do so. And seriously, I really like readers and absolutely love reviewers.
Really good love. ;)
You write very well for someone that is not native to the English language.
Like Sian, I love this prospective.
For some reason think you have hiked and had a similar form of being trapped in a cave experience? (I have been trapped in a cave- felt kind of the same way, insomnia, hunger, soreness, so-on. Though- I wish I would have had Pippin teaching me a new language. :D)
I am enjoying this story!
Author's Response: Thank you for your kind review! I’ve never been trapped in a cave, but I have done my share of hiking. I know of the joy that it brings, and the soreness afterwards. Once I got lost in this humongous (or so I thought it was) forest in Switzerland, though. I live quite literary above a supermarket, so I only know this feeling of being hungry on Sundays (when all shops are closed here). It’s a pain to come back from a field-hockey match and find the fridge empty. But that just caused by my own stupidity. If ever I’d be trapped in a cave I think I’d wish for the presence of Pippin. I usually have a slight preference for the Elf, the Men or the Dwarf, but when you’re stuck in something dark an creepy… A cheerful hobbit will be best company, I suppose. Thanx for reading, Thanx for reviewing!