|Reviews for Faker|
| nature of things chapter 34 . 8/30
Are you going to finish this story? You've got so any interesting side stories going that your brain must whirl when writing them. Most of the other stories by other auhors - and I am not criticizing them - mostly revolve around Martin and Louisa and their sex lives. Your stories are so much more involved and are more entertaining. I have read 6 Doc stories. Is that all or are there more in the Archive you mentioned? How do I get to it?
| nature of things chapter 26 . 8/30
I don't know what to think. Penhale seems almost competent!
| nature of things chapter 23 . 8/30
I like this story and all the character development - especially Doc and Louisa - but I just can't grasp Mrs Tishell and any man. I just end up laughing.
| nature of things chapter 17 . 8/30
I wish I could get over the "yuck" feeling. How does Paul feel about the ever present neck brace or does she not wear it now?
| nature of things chapter 16 . 8/30
I knew it! Doc does have feelings besides his little family and Auntie Joan. So looking forward to how and who can get him to let them lose.
| nature of things chapter 14 . 8/29
It's one o'clock in the morning, I need to go to bed but I can't find a stopping place in your story. It just flows on keeping the reader's interest. Very well written. Now, I'm going to force myself to brush my teeth and go to bed!
| nature of things chapter 2 . 8/29
My view of Mrs Tishell is colored by the series so my reaction to them kissing is YUCK! You've done your typical excellent job on the story however. Enjoying it very much. One question, how did the little 6 year old know about the Doc's parents?
| beth.zipay chapter 34 . 12/27/2014
I hope there's more of this one to come...I'm really enjoying all the different story lines, but especially the Tishell/Milligan one.
| minerva chapter 34 . 10/7/2014
Wonderful, love the story line you've got going thru the different stories. Is there any more?
| red2013 chapter 34 . 5/26/2014
Great story to read of what going on in port issac.
| Suzy chapter 34 . 3/29/2014
Loving this story! Stayed up late to read it!, hope to see new. Chapters soon
| BWagner60 chapter 34 . 9/8/2013
Well it has been almost 3 months since you have updated your story. Does this mean you have given up or just have writers block. I'm hoping you will soon add a new chapter.
| Guest chapter 34 . 6/22/2013
Please do not follow the other reviewer's suggestion to use an "x" line to delineate scenes in your story. This shows only laziness and a lack of creativity. A better way would be to use a simple elipse as is done in actual books or write the shift in scenes. For example, "Meanwhile, at Portwenn Primary, Chesley . . . ." This enhances your story more than a trick of punctuation.
| Boots1980 chapter 34 . 6/21/2013
So good to catch up with sweet Chelsey and Paul Milligan and Sally Tishell. Progress on all fronts
| Limaccia chapter 33 . 6/20/2013
Has anyone mentioned that when you change scenes, you need to delineate it in some way? Otherwise, the abrupt switch is confusing. For example, something like these rows of x's:
Jane suddenly realised that she was out in the middle of the street in just her pyjamas and said,
'Good idea. I'll do it.'
Paul Milligan looked at Louisa thoughtfully, pursing his lips as he tried to decide whether or not Danny having dinner with Louisa and Martin was a good idea. Louisa waited patiently and eventually Paul said,
* * * *
'Oh,' said Louisa nonplussed, 'so we shouldn't have dinner with him, then?'
'Let me talk to Danny before you do anything; I could be wrong about his motivation.'
Joe Penhale drew up alongside the prone man with a squeal of brakes and leapt out of his vehicle. Going over to where Jane Baker, now dressed, was waiting with Mrs Evans, Joe took out his notebook and pencil and said magisterially,