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Reviews For Not Really Alone

Name: Fynnsmom (Signed) · Date: 12/21/16 23:26 · For: Not Really Alone
That was interesting. I enjoyed reading it. I do hope Clark goes to see his family on Christmas day.

Author's Response: Yes, in my mind he did go and spend Christmas Day with his family. It's never too late to make a change for the better. Thank you so much for the review.


Name: WrenWinterSong (Signed) · Date: 12/21/16 21:55 · For: Not Really Alone
Such a great story about kindness and friendship and the value of junk. I always enjoy when you write about original or minor characters, and this story is no exception. I loved all the details you put into the junk shop and into these two characters. Amazing job!

Author's Response: An interesting observation, 'the value of junk'. It brings to mind a term paper I wrote in summer 2015 about a poem, written in Old-English-style alliterative structure, contrasting the broken consumer goods left in rubbish bins at the curbside with the indestructible and greatly valued armaments crafted by legendary smiths in long-ago centuries. (I wish I remembered the title and author. Edit: Now I remember. "Junk" by Richard Wilbur.) Thank you so much for the lovely review.


Name: LaviAnderson (Signed) · Date: 12/20/16 2:21 · For: Not Really Alone
That was very well written, and quite deep too. Thank you for a lovely story.

Author's Response: Thank you for this review, Lavi. I have not encountered your name before, but I see that you have been a member for several years. I'm glad that you are sticking around and continuing to read. :)


Name: Dad (Signed) · Date: 12/19/16 16:56 · For: Not Really Alone
I think I will read that again on Christmas Eve. Lovely writing.

Author's Response: Thank you for the nice compliment, Dad. It is good to know that you are still out there, reading all our stories. I have kept this prompt in the back of my mind all these years, not sure what to do with it, until finally this scene just unfolded.


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