|Reviews for Anything Is Possible|
| Guest chapter 20 . 3/12/2017
A wonderful story ;;o;; sniff And really nice idea i really wish thaz something like this can really heappen. ;)
| Bobtrumpet chapter 11 . 1/1/2017
Kim's reaction to food is a nice take. And William is sooooo lost!
Heh. "Skunk butt."
| Bobtrumpet chapter 10 . 1/1/2017
Amazing. Just amazing. I wasn't there, but I was. I *felt* it.
Anyone who quotes ELP is ok in my book!
| Bobtrumpet chapter 7 . 1/1/2017
Things just keep getting weirder. When I first read this story, I couldn't stop here if I had wanted to. I was totally captivated by this point.
| Bobtrumpet chapter 4 . 1/1/2017
Just enough to keep things moving along.
| Bobtrumpet chapter 2 . 1/1/2017
This chapter sets the story very well ...
| Bobtrumpet chapter 1 . 1/1/2017
I almost quit reading at this point. What stopped me? The fact that it was well written, enough to keep my interest.
I've read the first three stories twice and enjoyed them immensely. I'm planning on going back through the stories and commenting as I feel moved to do so.
| soulman3 chapter 2 . 8/14/2012
| continental-line chapter 12 . 6/13/2010
The last two chapters were active and 'animated' between William and Kim (even with no skunk butt).
| continental-line chapter 4 . 6/13/2010
I didn't remember your writting style being so stiff at times or chapters so short. But a friend of mine said that that, "a chapter should be only as long as it's natural break point."
| continental-line chapter 3 . 6/13/2010
I didn't review the first two times, so I'll try after this.
| continental-line chapter 2 . 6/13/2010
Another good chapter that is slowly building the base for the story.
| continental-line chapter 1 . 6/13/2010
This is my third time reading this series, I thought you might enjoy IT'S FAMILY my first KP story set in Singapore and the Philippines, where I lived for a few years.
| Masau chapter 20 . 7/31/2007
That was freaking AWESOME! The, and I mean "the", most original piece of KP fanfiction I've ever read. And I've been on this site since '03 (and I practically live here).
To be honest, I almost stopped reading after chapter one, simply because there was no Kim or KP related happenings (I feel sorry for all the poor souls that did stop for that reason and missed out on this). Actually, the only reason I kept reading is because pre-Kim William was so damn like me.
You must be one of the only authors that can write a full length KP story and have none of it take place in Kim's world. And you made it both complicated and believable. Honestly, I'd give you perfect 10's all the way across (the only thing I might have given you an 8 on was length, but then I saw that you have 3 sequels. Perfect!). And speaking of the sequels, I'd better wrap this up so I can go read them.
Keep your quill sharp,
| Onizuka Inc chapter 1 . 5/14/2006
First off, I just want to say this is my fourth time reading this particular story and this time, I plan to read the entire trilogy all the way until the end. This story is excellently written, filled with great imagery, a healthy vocabulary, a variation of syntax and diction use, a bit of human psych and angst, and fluff...lots and lots of fluff.
I just wished to express my feelings about your work. As a writer myself, I understand the feeling of recieving actual criticism, not just a "way to go" or "can't wait for more" comment.
I have to say, if we could get the rights, I would demand your story be published. Sadly, poeple like you don;t recive the credit they deserve. If you ever feel like it, would you consider critiquing my story: "Ron Stoppable: Man or Monster?"
I really need to edit the beginning chapters, and as soon as I have time I will. I would just like the opinion of another writer who knows what they are doing.
Thanks and keep on writing.