Date: 06/05/2012 09:14 PM Title: Conjunction
What a great story! You pack a lot of action into a few chapters, but also allow the characters to develope.
I was in England in May, but we just did London, Salisbury and Bath. Maybe next time we will go north.
Thanks for the review. This is a fairy story (in fact, it's Hansel and Gretel with a twist) so it was always going to be short, and grim (or should that be Grimm?). It was supposed to be my last Lavender story for a while, but then I got the idea for Brown.
I've never been to Salisbury, or Bath! I really must see Stonehenge. Perhaps next year, I'm certainly not travelling south during the Olympics.
Date: 05/26/2012 07:03 PM Title: Inclination
Suppurate was entirely new to me, but, you've impressed my surgeon husband! :) He agrees that I need to read more Lovecraft!
I read a lot, and a lot of it dates back 50+ years (Lovecraft, Dorothy L Sayers, Raymond Chandler, Jack Vance) I suspect that's where the words have come from.
Date: 05/22/2012 10:01 PM Title: Conjunction
Jeez, I love your stories! Thank you so much for the excellent read, and for the new word, too! I don't remember hearing/reading "suppurate" before!
Thanks. I have yet another Mark/Lavender story in the works, but I need to get back to other stuff, too. Suppurate? Read more H P Lovecraft.
Date: 03/26/2012 08:57 PM Title: Perturbation
Oh that's mean to leave us hanging like that! Please update soon. Is the redhead a Weasley?
The next update will be in two weeks, but in the meanwhile a younger and less married Lavender will appear in another MIT story. Not all redheads are Weasleys, trust me, I live with one (a redhead, that is).
Date: 03/14/2012 09:05 PM Title: Inclination
Oohh, a new installment of Mark and Lavender! And a great one at that. I look forward to more.
Thanks. This story won’t be as romantic as Moon (if Moon was romantic). There will be more, but you’ll see more Grave Days, Spontaneity, and Strangers at Drakeshaugh first.