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Reviewer: Miss Reem Signed Liked [Report This]
Date: 03/26/16 11:46 am Title: Long Lost Best Friend

Poe is one of those adorable little puppies that you never want to let go of and just cuddle forever. I really like how these stories are like snapshots or moments in the Reader's life. It would be cool if this became like a series with like mini-series to each of these snapshots that weave a short story.

Another great addition to your collection! I see that you have Supernatural listed so I am very excited as to how that snapshot is going to look! I can't wait for you to update! :)

Author's Response:

He is! When I first went in to watch the movie, I didn't understand why tumblr was going crazy over Poe, but after watching, I get it. I totally get it. He's just so warm and kind and innocent and, damn it, I wanna cuddle with the little fudger and be his best friend! >.> *sigh*

I was actually planning on doing mini-series within this, but I know sometimes some plot bunnies can get out of hand. That's the main reason "Love in the Dark" isn't part of this series anymore. But I will be adding little shorts to update readers on how certain situations are going, or how certain embarrassing moments refuse to die, and so forth. If you ever read "Starring Role" by the former Muffin-Chan (now known as Dottie, my by beloved Queenie and Goddess) it's probably going to be very similar to that in terms of the type of content, and hopefully magnitute of it all.

So, quick thing about the Supernatural stuff... I love Supernatural. Absolutely love it. But this ficlet is called "Imagine This" because the tying theme of it all is that each chapter will be inspired by an "imagine" prompt. And of the imagine blogs I follow, unfortunately, almost all the imagine posts I have saved for SPN are from the dirtysupernaturalimagines blog. I love the blog and enjoy the content, but most all the SPN stuff I have in the works now is probably all going to be really pervy, possibly limes, if not lemons. But I will try to do some more innocent ones too that aren't so physical. I just need to find the right imagine post for it. :)

My next chapter is actually a Kevin/Reader one. I hope you like that one too! ^-^

Thank you for your reviews and for your interest! You rock, Miss Reem! <3

Reviewer: Miss Reem Signed Liked [Report This]
Date: 03/26/16 11:43 am Title: Heartworm

Oh man, I never want to be at the end of a weapon from Natasha. I really liked this! It was very simple but each word had such an impact. When the Reader lost their voice at the accusation, I wanted to hug them and be like "No, make up now."

Just one thing: I think in the beginning you start off in present tense but then you continue the story in past tense.

For example:

Her stoic face never changes, but you've come to know her well enough to catch that ever so subtle crack in her voice.

Whereas a few sentences later,

A shot zoomed past over your head and heated the air above your bowed back.

The first sentence is in present tense whereas the second one is in the past. I would just pick one that you are comfortable with and then continue the story in that one tense. I typically pick the past tense but that is a personal taste. Do what you think is best for you and your writing. I have the same problem so I am constantly combing over my story like a billion times in case I miss one verb tense.

But I liked how it ended too! Enigmatic as our dear Black Widow. I hope you continue to write! I can't wait for you to update! :)

Author's Response:

Thank you so much for your review, Miss Reem! I really appreciate it! There's so much to respond to here, and I just... Ah! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

First things first, thank you for pointing out the tense issue. I've been trying to get more used to writing in present tense, but I guess I slipped up in this. I went through and corrected all the mistakes. Luckily it's a short fic so there wasn't that much to go through. ^-^

You made me blush with your compliment at the beginning. I've alway strived to be like so many of my fellow authors who can make each word be impactful. I'm glad to see you think I'm starting to do just that. I know I have a long way to go, but thank you for pointing that out.

And as for the ending, well, Nat's Nat. She wouldn't be our Black Widow if she didn't have something up her sleeve.

Again, thank you!

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