Wo! End of story- no, no, it's not a good thing and I'm NOT, NOT, NOT glad it's over but it's kinda happy and the last line:
I will fight to the end, because it's in my blood.
Seriously, babes, that was beautiful. You're a born writer and shouldn't be confined to fanfiction. Get out there and write your own stories!
Anyway, back to this one.
I have enjoyed it so, so much. Finishing it now has made me realise the amount of foreshadowing you put in in the earlier chapters. Quick question: does Ellie want to be a writer too? I think she'd be good at it, but it might be a bit cliched. Yes, there's an accent there but I can't be bothered to put it in. Sue me.
Anyway AGAIN (sorry: I really need to get an attention span, my Geography teacher told me so. Aargh exams! Revision! Die die die!) I love this story to bits and can't wait to read In My Head, so I'm going to do that RIGHT NOW! Aargh emotional moment.
*adds story to favourites*
10/10 FOR THE WHOLE THING. It's called appreciation of the Arts, darling. Sorry. I'll just go now.
Author's Response: You made it! YAY. :D It's okay to be glad it's over. It's really, really long. XD
I like that line too. I had to make it work, though, because I made the title and went '...oh yeah, I need to mention it somewhere. THE END. That'll do.' >.<
Thank you so much. I have previously written my own stories, but I actually love fanfiction because I get feedback on it. I can see where I'm going wrong/right, and can improve on it. Plus, I'm thinking of converting this into a normal novel and seeing how that turns out.
I'm glad you did, and yeah- I did my best to make it as- inevitable?- as possible. I wanted it to be in plain sight, but not obvious until it had happened. No, she does not. Her future lay in Care of Magical Creatures- she just finds writing therapeutic, which was actually how Katie initially started writing. Who bothers with accents? Not me :)
Attention spans are overrated. I am like a goldfish, and I've written two novels, and am in the process of a third. Seriously, just set yourself a deadline and panic in the last hour. That's how I'm dealing with my English coursework!
(Exams aren't a thorn in our collective side. Exams are the daggers that Julius Caeser was stabbed with upon his assassination in our collective side.)
I'm so grateful that you enjoyed it and gave me so much feedback in this way. And thank you for favourite-ing, it means a lot.
*grins, winks, and pretends not to giggle*