|Reviews for Winds of Change|
| Lisa Cooper 5/3/13 . chapter 7
Wow, what an incredible story. Thank you for a good and interesting story that moved me tremendously. Well done. Lisa Cooper
| meredith7771 2/15/13 . chapter 1
ps: just posted as MC, decided to join and favorite!
| MC 2/15/13 . chapter 7
Thank you so much for this! I love how your vision for the future is juxtaposed against the attention to sad details in the background. Your description of her depression, denial, and longing is heart-rendingly vivid. I can feel the breakthrough coming as you are lifting Patty up, and we will go right with her, wherever you take us. Please don't give up...I anxiously await your next installment!
| sadie 12/7/12 . chapter 1
Please, please, PLEASE update this story! It is fantastic and I am dying to know what happens next! Take pity on a poor reader!
| Ifab1ndiya 8/25/12 . chapter 7
Yes! I like this!
| Aurora Truesdale 8/14/12 . chapter 6
UPDATE ASAP PLEASE!
| MistyRay 5/3/12 . chapter 6
I LOVE it so far. I can't wait until the next chapter is up!
| MistyRay 5/2/12 . chapter 1
I like it! I'm going to read the next chapters as I can.
P.s. I love the thing with the alarm clock. Alarm clocks are on my bad list. :P
| Cindie 4/3/12 . chapter 6
As I read this Chapter ,I kept thinking of what happend in the chapters before, and I honestly can say ,as your reading this story it's more as though your walking in the shoes of Patty, this story fills your heart with excitment , hope , courage and love as I read each one I get closer and closer to the end and just keep thinking in my own mind ohhhh please not yet , don't end just yet ,then it does but you leave so much to hold onto , you have left me wondering oh my goodness what will happen next and is she writting the next chapter as I am reading this one. Your mind is awsome , and I know there is love and joy inside you , I know your heart is truly a caring one , can not wait till the next chapter,stay incouraged and I know you will go far in your writting and in all that is set before you , so much LOVE ,Cindie
| One-Step-At-A-Time 3/7/12 . chapter 6
Oh my Lord he's alive! I'm not going through what Patty is but I can relate to her teetering of emotions! I love the part where Sharon so simply explained to her to move on! I'm going to quote that whole paragraph on AO3, is that ok?
| Yay 3/7/12 . chapter 6
\I thought for a few moment then closed my eyes as her revelation began to sink in. "To not look back on the past or focus too hard on the future but to take one step at a time." Tears began to spill over despite my fetal attempt to keep them at bay. "To learn, live, embrace and eventually forgive.\
That was probably the best thing I read all day. Good lesson! I think I could've used it. Sharon is a great teacher, I can imagine Sharon like this!
| Yva J 1/31/12 . chapter 5
Lovely chapter. I really enjoyed reading Patty's Epiphany at the end. She is realizing so much about herself. But, I have to say, I'm still wondering about that letter she recieved. Is she going to get inspired to open it?
I sure hope you update soon.
Thanks so much for plugging my stories. That is really sweet of you to do and it is very much appreciated. :)
Blessings and continued inspiration,
| Yva J 1/31/12 . chapter 4
Yay Sharon for giving Patty the kickstart that she needed. This was a good chapter. I am really liking where this is going and am glad that I am (finally) giving this story a chance. :) Better late than never.
| Yva J 1/31/12 . chapter 3
Yes, you explained the letter and why she refused to open it...only this time I really think that she should. I have a feeling that this one is the real deal.
Nice scene with Sharon and her independent nature. I am glad that she at least turned out normal. I don't like the idea of Sharon becoming a carbon copy of her mother. You did good in fleshing out her character.
| Yva J 1/31/12 . chapter 2
This was a bit better than the first chapter, you had a better flow going on with it and I liked the description. I must admit that if I was in her shoes, I would have ripped into the letter to see what was inside. Especially, if the handwriting on the envelope felt or seemed familiar.
It also would have been interesting to find out why it is she was not willing to believe that the letter was authentic. I am hopeful that you'll elaborate on that in the next chapter.