|Reviews for Footprints Through the Snow|
| Ennui Enigma 2/21/13 . chapter 21
Great job! An interesting factoid about playing Yorrick post-mortem. Had no idea :-) Thanks for writing with my prompt!
The only Burbage I'm familiar with is Richard Burbage, an English Actor.
| mrspencil 2/20/13 . chapter 21
Delighted that Shakespeare had the opportunity to be mentioned in your fic:-) I was aware of posthumous donations to play the part and you included that in a very logical manner.
Burbage has a familiar ring to it, but I will resist googling the answer:-)
| Ennui Enigma 2/8/13 . chapter 20
Very darling and sweet piece, my dear! Your perfectionism shines through again on this piece :-) Poor little Alexandra. She has quite a sensible head on her shoulders though. Quite proud of her.
I'm sure Holmes is fond of her in his own way too. I can imagine a bachelor (and one in Victorian times) would have an awkward time knowing what to do with children. His lectures to the little girl are classic!
And, yes, I did like the nod to the Blanched Soldier tale. Nicely written and narrated. Creative as always with your prompts!
| mrspencil 2/7/13 . chapter 20
Nicely done, Holmes is caring without indulging in sentimentality:-)
| Ennui Enigma 1/16/13 . chapter 19
Nicely written piece with more than one poison mentioned. You should get extra credit in that regard!
"The lawful have their way of celebrating; the criminal theirs," replied Holmes - like the wit here :)
These events have quite put me off my feed. - poor Watson!
| I'm Nova 1/15/13 . chapter 19
Beautiful! Indeed, a somehow naive criminal if he thought Sherlock would be ensnared by food...:-)
| mrspencil 1/14/13 . chapter 19
Neatly done; I wasn't aware of the older name for the acid, so thank you,
| Ennui Enigma 1/8/13 . chapter 18
Sad but still with hope and sweetness. A life well lived. One that was full of passion and zest. One cannot feel entirely sad when such a life that has come to full bloom fades, as all such flowers eventually fade and die.
Nicely expressed. I was touched. Makes me want to reach out and give an extra hug to those I love :-)
| I'm Nova 1/8/13 . chapter 18
So very beautiful. I should articulate it better, but that's all that comes to mind.
| mrspencil 1/7/13 . chapter 18
Sad, but very effective from the point of view taken.
| Hades Lord of the Dead 1/7/13 . chapter 17
These responses have been a wonderful mix of humour as well as more serious writing. Thanks for taking part in this challenge! B-D
| mrspencil 1/5/13 . chapter 17
Very grim, but well done, with a neat canon twist at the end:-)
| Ennui Enigma 1/5/13 . chapter 17
I would consider this a superbly completed challenge!
Not really a morbid account though. Suspense-filled. Dramatic. Tragic. Though it reveals the real heart and loyalties of Holmes so it is rather poignant and tender.
In the end, you leave me with a feeling of sweet sadness. Luckily I've read the Empty House :-P
| I'm Nova 1/5/13 . chapter 17
Very, very beautiful. And likely to have happened.
Do not worry about the morbid - with such words, you couldn't do otherwise.
Canon Moriarty was as blind as a bat, though - he didn't realize just sending Watson away, instead of capturing him, meant wasting the best chance he had.
| Wordwielder 1/4/13 . chapter 17
Well. I totally though that was real! *sigh of relief*