|Reviews for One Word At A Time|
| Legumea chapter 55 . 3/28
Just finished all 55 One Word at a Time offerings. I have be trying to read all your past works and I am really pleased at what I have found. I am so glad that you continue to write and so freely share with those of us that don't write but love to read! I can hardly wait to read the next one!
| judithedna chapter 4 . 2/14
| judithedna chapter 3 . 2/14
Well, what could you expect of Walter and his obsession with their sex life? Hilarious!
| Judith chapter 2 . 2/14
Started all over again. First - your one word stories.
This one just generates warmth. So much love!
| judithedna chapter 55 . 2/3
She has her grandfather! very good indeed, try to imagine Walter with Etta and another kid...Peter and Olivia will have to take care of three children...
| judithedna chapter 54 . 2/3
Great. First, Olivia's reaction to her daughter's tantrum - so typical of her. Apparently she does know how to be a mother. And second - the cow, I really laughed. The kid must have been influenced by her grandpa. This is really cute!
| Crystalline Green chapter 55 . 2/3
Hehe! So it's whisky on cornflakes and in coffee. Good girl. When deciding if I should have a drink or abstain, I often think 'What would Dunham do?' - then the answer becomes obvious.
| judithedna chapter 53 . 1/7
I did not respond to each and one story but they wonderful. Your writing is really good (I am a translator, translate also books so I know what I am talking about). Really enjoyed tour stories. Thank you.
| judithedna chapter 42 . 1/7
The only description I read about their leave in Vermont. Similar also to my fantasy.
| judithedna chapter 37 . 1/7
This is really touching.
| judithedna chapter 36 . 1/7
| judithedna chapter 31 . 1/7
| judithedna chapter 29 . 1/7
These scenes of Peter reappearing and all the confusion and hurt and longing and love caused me heartache. You description is wonderful, I really thought at first that she will remember until I got to the end...
| judithedna chapter 25 . 1/7
I thought about it - what she felt when he did something to her and she knew that he did it once before, to the same body but a different woman. Must have been terrible to think about it.
| judithedna chapter 2 . 1/3