|Reviews for the prairie runner|
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/1/2012
| Guest chapter 1 . 11/1/2012
This is so beautiful. 3
| Deanna D. Horton chapter 1 . 3/4/2012
So-When I saw you had some new stuff up, knowing you and I have similar tastes I decided to check out "Bomb Girls". I, of course, was intrigued and decided to watch the series and then read your work. I haven't made it all the way through the series yet-still, I had to give in and read some of your work, which, by the way, is phenomenal as usual.
"If you spend your whole life aching, you'll eventually get used to the yearning in your bones."-F-king brilliant!
"And then she'd run some more; always chasing down the sun, always trying to escape twilight."-Nice.
"Her mother, patience worn as thin as the apron across her chest"-LOVE this.
"Just as Betty pressed until the pain would pass, her mother stared until things made sense again."-Good.
"washing away the make-up of her youth, and stripping her right back down to just another girl"-So good.
"women who lean too easily against the wall"-So beautiful. Of all that you've written and of all that I've read, this is a favorite.
Your words add beauty to the world; and reading them brings me joy.