AWWW!!! I LOVE this!
I finding more and more that drabbles have, although short, the effect to hit the heart more than any other story. This was amazing!
Author's Response: Thank you for your kind words! In my case I drabble because it is near impossible for me to come up with greater than 100 words of any sort of quality. But I have hope of improvement as I continue to write with the encouragement of kind readers.
Well, not only is it hard to continue a story longer than 100 words, drabbles become poignant - it enables one to use large descriptions without seeming dull:)
Author's Response: One of my biggest problems is I tend to be too descriptive and wordy.
I tend to be repetitive. Hey, did you know I have another account here? It's Shadow Maiden. Those are some of my earlier things, but The Snowball Fight to Remember is my favorite.
Author's Response: It will be a pleasure to take a look at your stories on that account.
Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing!
Thank you so much for responding to my challenge. I posted it a year ago and you are the first! It really made my day. Great detail - love it!
Author's Response: What I’ve read of your entries are short, not as short as mine. I love your writing, your honesty, the anguish you so courageously place on the table and deal with. It was a pleasure to answer your challenge, if I did. I hate to endorse myself, but I’ve put up a challenge that I hope you and my other favorites will take a look at. I believe I titled it “an honest moment” or something like that. I’d like to know about every one’s favorite character, there greatest fear, secrete, joy…something they hide from the world but that the author knows about them. It could be any character OC or cannon. Answer all or one. I’m so glad you are here.
I will definitely check it out. I'm so glad you like my works. I really needed your kind words: right now is a little rough for me. Thanks!
Author's Response: I do love your works. We need you here. You are valued. So what ever is going on, hang in there and know that you have friends who care here. Feel free to contact me just to chat if you would ever like to.
Thank you so much! I will.
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This is so cute! I love this!
Wow. I love this! My favorite part is "In her hast to find love, let her not forget me." Very powerful and . . . sad.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! That was the line that was the hardest to think of for me, glad you liked it! =)
Simple and beautiful. Flower wishes is a great name for this.
Author's Response: Thank you for your simple and beautiful review! Hugs!
Author's Response: Interesting good or interesting bad?
Interesting good. I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: That's relief :) I'll try to update as soon as I can
Sorry, Legolas, I didn't want to kill you . . . but it made a good story :) I know exactly how that feels.
This has the good beginnings of a story. Focus on the feelings Legolas is having and then focus on how a father would take care of his daughter - alone. You've started doing that, just focus on those two things for right now and you'll be fine :)