snape counting himself under good looking chaps (only the movie version)?
Author's Response: I love Snape! Isn't he the best? All the snarky wit...*Swoon*..
into reality; good luck!
Author's Response: They'll need it..trust me.
dial-up is horrid indeed
Author's Response: Isn't it? I've got Netzero. Takes nearly an hour for my computer to start. :)
LOL.....brilliant....now I know how Aragorn could blend in so well ;)
Author's Response: Because he's just a ninja that way. Wearing a corn suit and calling himself Aracorn was simply brilliant of me. I commend you for writing that you thought so too!
Snape's logic is....weird....
wishing them luck with this new catchy tune ;)
Author's Response: Yes. I was going for weird. Since he's usually right when it comes to just about everything, I thought I'd make fun of that. He thinks he knows everything.
"...you know what French does to me"
Author's Response: Yes. Yes it is. I LOVE The Adams Family movies and the animated cartoons. They're just plain creepy and that's really lovable. Thanks for the review
Fun, playtime with the Adams' kids...RIP Marie ;)
Author's Response: Don't worry, she won't die. She'll just have keep from upchucking when she plays Wake The Dead. Heehee. Thank you for the review, I loves ya!
Oooh that's what the card game is called then, KEMPS? I had so much fun playing it for the first and only time...so far.
Can't wait for the disco scene and lava lamps.
Author's Response: I'll give you a hint... He's the male sex symbol OH YEAH BABY!
LOL oh boy...
Author's Response: Yes, AUSTIN POWERS! You will not believe what I have in store for them with him. XD
Hah, I love Snape.
Snape snorted. "Despite what some would tell you, I *am* human, and therefore quite capable of giving compliments and other such things that you sentimental people take for granted."
Author's Response: Snape is the shizniz. I LOVE him (Fangirl squeal!). Alan Rickman is lovely. Just lovely. Also, you'll love what I have in store for him next chapter.
Firstly, have fun in NYC and don't eat in McDonald's there. I live 3.5hrs north of NYC and it's a really fun place with lots of good food. Very nice remarks about McDondalds and Walmart. Interesting spin with the Twilight characters.
Author's Response: Thank you! I appreciate the well-wishing. And thank you for the advice, I'll make sure to get a pizza and toast my fountain soda to you! Oh, and glad you like my Twilight idea. I'm not the biggest fan, but I do like how well-written the book is and I have to guess that some of my readers are Twilight fans. Plus, it makes for a good story line. Love and peanutbutter, Melda
Gimli's eyebrows raised. "Prince Charming? Hardly, I'm a Dwarf Lord." He growled grouchily. "Get it right, you grumpy, stick-wielding maniac."
Snape rolled his eyes. "Details,details..do you want to kiss her or not.
Author's Response: It was! I don't know how these ideas pop into my head..maybe there is a little man in my head that whispers them to me in the dead of night...he might be a relative of the Typo-Gnomes, which pinch you and cause you to spell a word wrong, or miss a letter or omit a word entirely.
Snape turned to Gimli, who had paled. He smirked. "Think, my good Dwarf, *this*, " Snape pointed at Marie, who was happily back to strumming. "Is what you are going to have to put up with. I suggest you run. Far away."
"I love her." Gimli said loyally. "I can put up with a bit of craziness."
Hahaha Snape's remark is perfect, and Gimli...I think he underrated "a bit of craziness"
Oh oh...I love the new canon they will be going into :)
Author's Response: I do too! Sweeney Todd is such a great movie! You'll love what I have in store for everyone in the newest Canon.
Author's Response: Doesn't he though? I mean, It bothered me so much in the movie, I wanted to just grab a bottle of hair dye and make it all non-skunky-ish. Love and peanutbutter, Melda
A story with Círdan, very interesting. I like the way this is going.
The elves stared; watching the great silver orb rise. The stars seemed pale and distant in comparison. The guard quite forgot what he was supposed to tell his Lord. The silver orb, that the guard mentally started to name “Ithil” or the Shine, hung in the sky, casting its light deep into the four corners of Arda; places that had not seen light for so long, that had forgotten that light ever existed.
Such a vivid way of describing how the Moon first rose, how fitting when news of the Noldor returning to Middle-earth has spread.
I love the humor between the different factions of Elves, though personally I revere the Noldor, dark hot-headed fallen angels of Arda. I love how your story is full of OCs, not many do that, and I am of that few as well. So keep writing, I am loving this.
Author's Response: Thanks very much for your reviews :) I didn't intend to have so many OCs but they just seem to have grown out of the story and I kinda like them :) I'm glad you enjoy the humour, I don't like how most elves are portrayed as really stern boring scribes who spend their days painting or singing; I think they have real personality & feeling and a hidden depth that is sometimes forgotten and some are stoic, but there's stuff that goes deeper than that :) Thanks again!
I love how you describe Melkor's thoughts. This was a wonderfully written chapter. I enjoyed it immensely.
I like this; a story about Elladan after the War is very brilliant. Please update soon. :)
Of course she wouldn't just take the jewels and marry Taldred (I hope I got his name right). Then she would be a boring nobody like the rest of us. I just hope she doesn't come to too much harm.
Author's Response: Yes, you got the name right. Poor Taldred, he would make a wonderful husband and not to mention young and good looking, but then where's the fun in that. Besides, he'll be alright. I've got other plans for him. Terrwyn has too many adventures to experience yet before she settles down, and somewhere out there is an elf waiting for a feisty red head. Thanks for the review!