I just found your story Come Hell or High Water and then was lucky enough to discover the prequels. I was ecstatic to discover this story until I realized it wasn't complete, then I was merely heartbroken.
Tobias Snape? Is he a ghost or something?
Author's Response: Nope. He's very much flesh and blood.
GAH! This sounds so cool. No really! I'm sure you love this as much as I do... or at least I hope so, so you'll keep writing.... maybe.... Well you're the writer so I'll leave it to you, oh Great One.
Author's Response: I like it quite a bit, actually. Yeah, pretty sure on that count. Thanks so much for enjoying this!
It is very nice for one chapter
Author's Response: Thank you!
Hmm, an intriguing beginning to what is bound to be another lovely story; you do have an enthralling way with words. The title drew me in: Black and Whites (not Black and White, or Blacks and Whites). Is there one Black in particular we're going to hear more about soon? Well, before I ramble on or speculate, let me just say 'well done, looking forward to more soon!'
Actually, this being a follow-up to Come Hell or High Water, it is most unlikely that there will be a particular Black mentioned here, but then you're guess is as good as mine at this point. The Black and Whites actually referes to the photographs mentioned. The line comes from the song Ellsworth by Rascal Flatts and is a particular favorite of mine
Why not speculate? Speculation is awesome
Ooooh, very interesting. I want to know where she is and what happened and who this man is! (Whom I just realized as the same name as Tobias Snape...o_O...purely a kawinkidink, right?) But I shuppose I'll have to wait till the next chapter comes out!
Author's Response: Yes. Sure. Of course. What you said. A kawinkidink. *hides*
Ugh! Where to start? You do know I enjoy your writing, do you?! Fabulous, absolutely fabulous. Your descriptions clearly draw the picture in my mind, creating a scene I want to be in. You have my curiousity aroused . . . where is this going to go? Hmmm. . . I'll be waiting to find out!
Author's Response: LOL. I actually do know how much you enjoy my writing and I appreciate it every time you say so. If I knew where the story was going, I'd be able to show you, but I'm not quite sure myself. At least we're all in the dark together, right?