Date: 09/16/2011 11:21 am Title: Winter
This is really so great,I love the way how you tell the story and can almost see the two eager boys telling their father about their adventures at dinnertime.I would love to read the story from the beginning to find out how they became a family.
Author's Response: Thank you! I appreciate all your kind reviews. I purposefully wrote this storyline out of order. I think so I would have more flexibility with what I write about. I know that's frustrating for the reader, but it's easier on the writer :) Hope that makes sense.
Date: 09/16/2011 10:54 am Title: Finders
I loved the story,but don't understand how it can end here.It cannot be complete,its too good to end this way! What happens to Tony,I really,really need to know?
Author's Response: It's not over, I promise :) That one-shot is complete but the series is still going.
Date: 06/07/2011 07:30 am Title: Visit
Brings back memories of my girls in the tub and even more of my younger days sharing a bath!
Author's Response: Thanks, Sue! I'm glad it brought back good memories for you. While writing this I was also reminiscing about my bathtub days. And the bathtub toys lol.
Date: 06/05/2011 09:20 pm Title: Visit
This was so hilarious....I just giggled and giggled! You are a great storyteller....I could just see them in my head in the tub and the hijinks going on and the way Ducky responded. It was great.
Author's Response: Thank you *blushes* I'm glad you're enjoying the story and got a kick out of the bath shenanigans. Poor Uncle Ducky lol.
Date: 06/05/2011 02:59 pm Title: Visit
AWWWWWWWWWWW! i can totally see ducky being a softy at heart with those two. Tim is so cute! Keep this series going!
Author's Response: I'm glad you like Tim and Ducky :) There's quite a few more chapters I have to post for this series before I'm caught up but I will keep the series going.
Date: 06/02/2011 11:33 am Title: Project
I love that you've started posting these over here.
still patiently waiting for the chapter i humbly hinted at really wanting to see come up.
like i said over on Fanfic - awesome job!
Author's Response: If if you're asking what I think you're asking, I swear it's coming. I'm just trying to think of the best medium (and POV) to tell it. I've narrowed it down to two plots. It's just a matter of picking which one I like better and then writing it (okay, it's not as simple as I described but the chapter is being formed - just slowly). Thank you for sticking with this story and being patient. I'll try my best to make it all worth it.
Date: 06/02/2011 10:09 am Title: Project
Aww...that's cool...from Tim and Gibbs working on the project, to Jeff and Gibbs working on the crib...to the Southpaw...yup neat set of stories here ...^_^
Author's Response: Thanks. I thought Cub Scouts would be a good place for Gibbs' interests and Tim's to meet. Glad you enjoyed it!
Date: 06/01/2011 03:54 am Title: Superman
Sweet brother moment. I recall incidents not too unlike that with my brother (he was always trying to get me into trouble).
Author's Response: Don't I know it. It always seems like such a good idea at the time LOL.
Date: 05/31/2011 03:40 am Title: Peanut Butter
I know how it feels when peanut butter gets stuck in your throat,this story took me back to my childhood,my brother used to cut thick slices of bread and then spread them thickly with peanut butter,we used to have them after school.
Author's Response: Oh, yeah. Peanut butter without something to wash it down with is never fun lol. Thanks for reading! I'm glad it reminded you of your peanut butter days :)
Date: 05/31/2011 03:24 am Title: Superman
This is great,one can see Tony was hurt by someone in the past and that he still fears rejection,I feel like a junky,I want to know more about this relationship.
Author's Response: Thanks! I promise the back story will reveal itself as the one-shots go on :)
Date: 05/30/2011 06:26 pm Title: Peanut Butter
Kids just seem to be able to that somehow. It's like suddenly food becomes gravity proof.
Author's Response: Don't I know it lol. I learned really quickly not give anything stick to the 4 year olds in my church group. Kids get food everywhere.