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Reviewer: Annemarie Signed [Report This]
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.



Author's Response:

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.

 

-N-

Reviewer: melakem Signed [Report This]
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!



Author's Response:

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.

-N-

Reviewer: melakem Signed [Report This]
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!

Author's Response:

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.

-N-

Reviewer: Annemarie Signed [Report This]
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?



Author's Response:

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).

-N-

Reviewer: Annemarie Signed [Report This]
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. 

Author's Response:

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.

-N-

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