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Title: Lonely Pilgrim Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
I'm so sorry it's finished, but I have been enthralled by this. Just reading you could teach so many writers how to set a scene, how to write deep emotion, how to describe beauty and pain. It has a depth which is not often seen, and more's the pity.
Thank-you very much!

Author's Response: Awww, thank you so much for keeping me company through this journey! I have immensely enjoyed hearing from you, and hearing you were pleased by my story excites me to no end. Thank you!
Date: Feb 01 2009 01:51 am [Report This]
Title: Hell Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
Fascinating. Terribly intense, dark, gut-wrenching and addictive. Good grief, how well you write!

Your portrayal of Thranduil is also the most beautiful I have read without a doubt!

Author's Response: Good grief, how you do encourage me so! ;) Thank you so much. I'm glad you're finding my portrayals enjoyable! I hope you enjoy the next chapter as wel. ;)
Date: Jan 28 2009 04:34 am [Report This]
Title: All That Weeps Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
This is an amazingly written chapter. I feel rather punch drunk after it in fact. ( In the best possible way ) There is a way you write battles which is so oddly intimate and beautiful that it's unique to any fanfic I have thus far read.

Author's Response: Ooooh, I am happy to hear that!!!! ;) I am drunk with your review, in fact. ;) Thank you!
Date: Jan 11 2009 01:50 pm [Report This]
Title: Assassination and Chaos and a Discovery Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
It's rare one reads Elves written like this, and I have never read Thranduil ( whom I like ) as so beautiful and dangerous.

Gorgeous writing!! Quite apart from the plot and storytelling, your use of language is masterly and gorgeous.

Author's Response: It's a joy to hear you enjoy the writing! Thank you!
Date: Jan 11 2009 07:15 am [Report This]
Title: Ominous Footsteps Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
This is becoming most intriguing, that is all I can say. Lovely descriptions and a lot of mystery.
Which I like :)

Author's Response: That is good to hear. I hope it keeps up ;) Thank you!
Date: Dec 02 2008 04:25 am [Report This]
Title: In the Night Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
Don't follow all these sheep whom are taught that emotional and poetic prose is infra dig these days. The only books I remember and love are vivid with description and feeling and written from the heart and gut. The way they try to teach authors to write now caters for the dumbest comon denominator, the people who pick up a book on holiday or read magazines and have no real knowledge of language. Any-one who can write short, sharp sentences now can write a book. It is lazy, it is unimaginative. You have a gift for passionand you are not * untidy * with it, or purple or sprawling. If that passion for words and emotion is inside you, it's not lost, you may just have tucked it away after being told it's unfashionable, which is warg turd to be frank. Books are not written to be savored these days, they're written for an audience who is time-poor, but that is no excuse and will change.

I love the way you write and I'm an avid reader, but of the tens of thousands of Tolkien fanfic stories out there on many sites, I am impressed by only a small percentage. You're in that percentage, so please keep on!

Author's Response: How right you are. Your words are great encouragement - it is so endearing to know that there are readers and writers out there who still do value the passionate and lurid. I shall treasure your words and come back to them whenever I am in need of strength. Thank you again!
Date: Dec 01 2008 11:13 am [Report This]
Title: An Unknown Enemy Reviewer: xFanarix Signed
I am glad to find and read you on this site and many thanks for your reply. I do love the way you write, the emotional depth to this story -- and the mystery. I have only just started it, but I am very intrigued, you have a superb way with words and description. This is wonderful:

A splash of crimson hurled against the sky.

I love lush prose, ( so unfashionable, lol. I don't care, it shows language skills ) but short, sharp shocking sentences like that are incredibly effective when placed just so. Your writing also shows real gutsy, unashamed emotion, which I adore in writing.

Author's Response: Ooh, it's great to see you herer! I laugh when I see my prose of my teen years, and wish I could do it again - I guess I lost the guts over the years. But thank you for your encouragement, as I will push myself to get back that unashamed emotion and flourish. Thank you so much!
Date: Nov 29 2008 05:23 am [Report This]
Title: Mysterious Tidings Reviewer: Alatariel Narmolanya Signed
Lovely so far. Please continue,

Alatariel Narmolanya

Author's Response: Thank you! I will update soon!
Date: Apr 14 2006 07:21 pm [Report This]
Title: Mysterious Tidings Reviewer: So Yun Signed
Kasmi i love your writing so much this is sweet,although not a fan of legolas/arwen lol.Cant wait for you to update!

Author's Response: Haha, I don't plan to pair them up don't worry. I really appreciate your continuous reviews - thank you!
Date: Apr 10 2006 01:19 am [Report This]
Title: Mysterious Tidings Reviewer: XoGiggles Signed
did that old man do that to him?
kinda weird to ask..
continue please!
this is so good!

Author's Response: Yes, it is a weird topic to handle. What was this crazy author thinking? ;) Thank you for the encouragement!! I appreciate it, really!
Date: Apr 09 2006 04:09 pm [Report This]
Title: Prologue Reviewer: XoGiggles Signed

Author's Response: Hehehe..
Date: Apr 09 2006 03:44 pm [Report This]
Title: Mysterious Tidings Reviewer: Princess Kalen Signed
aww, what happened to poor Legolas? I love this story. Please continue.

Author's Response: Sigh...yes, poor Legolas suffers because of bad author. I need to stop doing that. Haha. Thank you for the review!
Date: Apr 09 2006 02:53 pm [Report This]
Title: Prologue Reviewer: Princess Kalen Signed
o dear

Author's Response: har har.
Date: Apr 03 2006 08:02 pm [Report This]
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