Date: 12 Jul 2013 2:40 pm Title: 9.
I've been reading all along. And have only now just realised something about Archie... I had to go back to Chapter 9 to confirm what I'm thinking!
Date: 09 Jul 2013 5:21 am Title: 1.
Please, never think your work unread, or unappreciated. Commenting is rare in some of us. I check every day for new stories and continuations. Please carry on!
Date: 06 Jun 2013 9:53 pm Title: 1.
What a great story! Can't wait to read the rest of it
Thank you! I'm glad to meet another reader :)
Date: 23 May 2013 5:52 pm Title: 11.
Shesings isn't alone! Sorry I've not been particularly vocal of late, but I am very intrigued by this one and I want to find out what happens - oh, and the lyrical writing is rather lovely too.
Oh, hurrah, another reader! Thanks for the comment - glad you're enjoying it!
Date: 20 May 2013 5:50 pm Title: 10.
Finn, you wee besom! You led us right up the garden path in chapter 9 and the next thing we knew we were up a mountain! This is so much a "can't wait for what comes next" story - thanks!
What? What've I done now? *innocent face* Thanks for the comment :D
Date: 09 May 2013 12:05 pm Title: 9.
This is just so beautifully written - thanks for sharing it, Finn!
Thank you, jayj (nice to see you!)
Date: 09 May 2013 9:54 am Title: 1.
What never cease to amaze me, Finn, are the subtle style differences between your various drabbles. You do not write with just one voice/style but each drabble has its own personality in its style, shaped by the characters involved. Saving Grace is just beautiful in its tone and the sheer evocativeness of the words used!
As I said to you when we met in May, thank you very much for this comment - it's cheered me right up!
Date: 13 Jan 2013 11:30 pm Title: 5.
Oooh, lovely to see this back, Finn, thank you. Poor Grace having to conceal her love. Wonder if Nell and Con will be a bit more discreet in future....
Glad you're pleased to see it! I intend to write it a bit more regularly from now on.
Date: 26 Aug 2012 11:09 pm Title: 3.
Dammit, you've gone and created another character I'm just a little bit in love with- or I would be, if love weren't so revolting...all of this is beautifully written, but I especially love the 'bouncing ball of a brother' line, and the description of the 'slack hanging gate' - just so very compressed and evocative. Great stuff!
What a charming comment, thank you! I rather love Grace myself - and her views are certainly not my own :)