I enjoyed this, it was funny and I got a lot of quiet laughs while reading it. I am sure that it speaks to most fan fiction writers on many different levels. While Gildor is not my personal dream - a certain scruffy ranger from the north is - I also wouldn't mind if he showed up here! :) Thanks for sharing and I can't wait for the next installment.
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 Reviewer:bardess Date:October 17, 2005 8:46 PM
Oh, thrice funny vignettes. 1. Your RL computer and teacher issues are very wry. 2. Your characterizations are original 3. Your 'dialog' with other fanfic writers is witty. I have read some of your stories and will be sure to read more.
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 Reviewer:Rebecca Date:October 19, 2005 2:33 AM
1. You have a terrific sense of humor
2. If your given name is either of the two I'm guessing, I think it's a lovely name, but then I've never been too fond of my own so I can commiserate.
3. I once offered you some nit-picking feedback, but only because I was so sucked into your story (because it was very well conceived & written!) that the little thing I noticed was jarring. I don't know about other people, but I don't give any feedback at all to people whose writing seems hopeless or not worth the effort to comment on.
4. Keep it up! Elrond in particular was really really funny -- I thought the same thing about the movie Imladris.
Rants are such fun to read ... when they're articulate!
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 Reviewer:mk Date:November 8, 2005 4:20 PM
reading about all the visitors to your realm makes me feel lonely.
I trust the poisonous plotcritters have been kept at bay.
I look forward to reading more of your tales.
In these, I must say, Glorfindel stands out and young Estel. Thank you for the pleasant views of them.
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