The Resident posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2012 7:57pm
A beautiful story, a true fairy tale. Thank you.
Silver Griff posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2012 1:36am
Hi, I just read this Amazing story, please tell me that the continuation is still at least in your mind of things to write.
Thank you for giving us readers an amazing story after another one.
noylj posted a comment on Tuesday 31st January 2012 12:42am
So, where is "Castles in the Sky?"
thetaxzombie posted a comment on Wednesday 11th January 2012 12:07am
A delightful tale, a wonderful fairy tale. A true pleasure to read. I thank you very much for posting it, it was most excellent.
Lerris Smith posted a comment on Saturday 3rd December 2011 9:37pm
This was a quite good story and was in fact the second time I've read this. I normally try to come up with something that could be improved, but nothing comes to mind here. It excels at what it is, which basically was a classic lighthearted tale.
The only other thing that comes to mind, as I mentioned in another review, is at some point you may be a good idea to have a way for people to search for stories by selecting from different options. Overall, the best thing about this site is the focus on quality writers, which seems a bit of a rarity these days.
john17 posted a comment on Friday 18th November 2011 6:54pm
Good story, What happened to Castle in the Sky?
cockroach62 posted a comment on Thursday 10th November 2011 3:43am
great story. its hard to find a well written harry/gabby pairing. but i have to say that you did just fine
wolfwood posted a comment on Monday 17th October 2011 8:16pm
I've just completed my fourth readthrough of this, and it's still one of my favorites of all time. Thank you, and if you ever do write Castles in the Sky I'd thank you for that to :-)
wolfwood posted a comment on Thursday 22nd September 2011 2:08pm
I think this is my favorite of all of your stories, thank you.
eugy posted a comment on Saturday 10th September 2011 4:45pm
Absolutely brilliant! I usually don't like such obvious cliches, because they often make the story dull, but you were able to blend them in giving them a purpose and depth that is oustanding! Will Castel In The Sky ever be posted?
Lady-Hope posted a comment on Saturday 13th August 2011 8:21pm
So is Castle in the Sky still going to be written??
Lady-Hope posted a comment on Saturday 13th August 2011 2:55pm
Speaking of....what ever happened to Castles in the Sky?? Are you still planning to write it??
Genericrandom posted a comment on Sunday 24th July 2011 10:11am
This marks the second time I've read this, and it's just as good, if not better now since I've learned a few things and caught a few new references since then.
More people need to go back to writing concepts like 'good wins' and 'happy' and such. So much doom and gloom and angst. I'd like my heroes with a order of 'good' and a side of 'happy' and a bit of 'victory' to wash it all down with. It's okay to write stories where good wins... because it's good! You may still have to explain/excuse/plan it out, but it's alright to write.
Even if it doesn't match your 'original' planning, I'd still really like to see Castles In The Sky someday.
avidreader posted a comment on Sunday 17th July 2011 3:15am
Just wondering when the bedtime story is going to be over and the sequel is going to begin, really looking forward to Harry and Gabrielle fulfilling Merlin and Morgana's dream.
flynhghr posted a comment on Tuesday 12th July 2011 10:46pm
A bit to much of a fairy tale for me I suppose. Not a bad one, but in the beginning, it's almost as if you disliked writing it. Some of the cliches and such were just to---sarcastic sounding in a way.
potterfanchuck posted a comment on Monday 4th July 2011 10:44am
Pointer posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2011 3:42am
A bit disappointed in you for killing off Hedwig. Although I can se the need for a bit of angst.
Assuming she was young when purchased, she should have been good for roughly another twenty-five years. Being considered a 'captive' owl.
Tenchifew posted a comment on Thursday 5th May 2011 6:12pm
Beautiful and heartwarming story. I enjoyed it immensely. It is probably the first story i read where Harry/Gabrielle pairing clicked so perfectly. An then the whole fairy tale setting with Camelot in the end- it was perfect. Thank you, thank you very much for writing this story.
Tenchifew posted a comment on Thursday 5th May 2011 6:11pm
Beautiful and heartwarming story. I enjoyed it immensely. It is probably the first story i read where Harry/Gabrielle pairing clicked so perfectly. An then the whole fairy tale setting with Camelot in the end- it was perfect thank you, thank you very much for writing this story.
plesner83 posted a comment on Tuesday 3rd May 2011 6:30pm
Hey - just another huge fan - got all your fics as EPub on my Phone/EReader.
Mirror mirror on the wall,
Will your next fairy tale,
"Castles In The Sky",
Soon top them all?