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Title: From the Shire to Bree Reviewer: django Signed
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Date: 16/01/14 - 01:17 am [Report This]
Title: A letter from Hobbiton Reviewer: A dangerous duet Signed
Yay! I finally read it! :D
Date: 05/04/08 - 02:17 pm [Report This]
Title: From Bree and Back Reviewer: oelberethgilthoniel Signed
Ooh! Izzy is in trouble! What will happen next?

Date: 30/01/08 - 08:39 am [Report This]
Title: From the Shire to Bree Reviewer: oelberethgilthoniel Signed
Wowio! That was cool. I never thought about what was going on behind the scenes in FotR.

Author's Response: You didn't, did you? Yeah :D
Date: 30/01/08 - 08:38 am [Report This]
Title: From the Shire to Bree Reviewer: arulia34 Signed
This is very good, but perhaps instead of 'oh' you should write, 'P.S.' It seems more likely that someone would write that in a letter. Other than that, I like the way you're beginning your story. Congrats on the new story, arulia34

Author's Response: Well, we kinda figured that P.S. from the Latin "post scriptum" probably wouldn't have made any sense to a sensible hobbit like Isumbras. ;-) Ant līn vīr mi gūr nīn!
Date: 19/01/08 - 08:56 pm [Report This]
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