|Reviews for Liquid Numbers|
| Sareh 1/28/13 . chapter 1
The eternal plight of women who are not the 'typical' sort. :D I find myself wishing for my own Amrothos. *g*
This is a sweet ficlet. :)
| dkpalaska 11/10/12 . chapter 1
I was quite excited to stop by (after a long fanfic absence) and see relatively recent LotR posts! Alas, they weren't new stories, but *goodness* it was lovely to read them again. No matter how long RL takes me away, revisiting the Unabeauverse feels as marvelous as seeing a beloved and well-missed friend. I must have reread six or seven stories in one sitting (losing some critically-needed sleep in the process, lol) just because they are so good, and make it so difficult to have to leave ME again.
I am very happy that your muses are alive and giving you so much writing pleasure! I only got to read a short bit of one of the Dragon Age stories so far, but your talent for world building and character creation is as strong and vibrant as ever.
Do you think you are basically "done" with Tolkien fan fic? :-( I ask in part because I know other authors have work they've completed but not published, waiting for certain WIPs to be wrapped up. We all move on and change and find different things that feed our souls. I understand (tho grieve) if the Unabeauverse is now something in your past. But if so, would it be reasonable to publish the other works now?
Best of luck! Whatever fandom you write in is a lucky fandom indeed.
| Deandra 8/27/12 . chapter 1
How lovely both to see Amrothos find a girl, but also for her to be Haradrim. There is not much done there (I began one story that never got finished - yet), and it helps add to Tolkien's world to explore the other cultures more than he had time to do.
...Akilahrealized with delight. - you lost a space in there (FYI, if you edit in Document Manager, add an extra space beyond what is needed or it will remove it and cause this problem. For example, if you have "He cames home." and delete the 's', it will close up and lose the space when you save, even though you see it on the screen. So in this case you would change it to "He came (space, space) home." and it will only remove the extra space. It does it at the end or beginning of words, but obviously isn't a problem if you take out a letter in the middle of a word.)
| Guest 8/26/12 . chapter 1
I think it's good to see you writing in both genres, hope you can update Corin next.
| sokkergurl 8/24/12 . chapter 1
This was such a cute short story with Amrothos. I am glad that he did finally find his other half. I really liked it and thanks for posting it. :)
| Rociriel 8/23/12 . chapter 1
Sweet. Wish there was more to this one...
| Menelvagor 8/22/12 . chapter 1
! Hee! Oh, that's perfect!
| Guest 8/22/12 . chapter 1
Good to see Amrothos find love at last, as well as to see another Amrothos story. :) Your take on him is a very interesting character, rather Holmesian - and now he's Holmes with a life, by the looks of it.
| Valin 8/22/12 . chapter 1
| Glory Bee 8/21/12 . chapter 1
I have read this before but found it equally enchanting the second time. :) Would love more of their story though.
| MrPowell 8/21/12 . chapter 1
I was wondering what had drawn you away from Dragon Age and Corin and into all these new stories, then I finally looked at this one, and I realized that it was a response to a series of challenges.
Anyway, very well written, though the Tolkien nut in me wants to note that astronomy in Middle Earth should be nothing like it is on earth since (as far as I remember) stars were not necesarily other heavenly bodies, but lights cast in the sky by of one of the Valar, and their panet is truely Geocentric, with the sun and moon both circiling the planet.
Anyway, aside from that nitpick, very well done. I look forward to seeing more of your work, though I would prefer it be more of Corin.