I am still alive, I am not dead, nor have I abandoned you. School and personal crackers has been incredibly hectic (my mother is having an operation- it's all fine, nothing serious- but the NHS have cocked up with one thing or another and it's all been a little crazy :D).
ANYWAYS, I haven't been writing or coming on here unless to answer my own reviews so I haven't had chance to check on this. THEN I LOG ON TODAY AND WHAT IT'S FINISHED THERE'S ONLY ONE CHAPTER LEFT WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN OMR I'M SO SORRY I MISSED IT!
Incidentally, in reply to your answer to my review, I only found out it was finished from my friend who I text about this story :) She texted me like:
So I knew it was something to do with you (any random letters or something to do with "feels"=you hurting/pleasing her in some way), hence the logging on. I really should be finishing up coursework, but hey ho. There's an anecdote for you ;)
As for my theory? I'm sticking to my age old theory that you will suddenly turn everything around and have a happy ending. Ellie's looking better- I WAS RIGHT (well not really.)- so I'm sticking with my gut feeling which is you'll have a happy ending of some sort (as happy as you can get ;)). Or you'll make it terribly sad and everyone will die or something. I'm hoping for the first idea.
BY THE WAY, thank you for making Ellie better, that made my day :)
BUT JACK'S LETTER! That was heartbreaking (do you now understand the "feels" bit about you?) but beautiful. You have something for writing about degenerative diseases that is beautiful, if you get me. They seem to crop up quite a lot but I love it because I don't think they get spoken about enough; I love the way you write it in and it's so sad.
Anyways, that's it from me for now! I can't read the next chapter right now (I want to save it- I'll probably read it tomorrow) because of homework :( Another cracking chapter, I can't wait to finish it up!
On a tad Americano note, Professor Gardner kicked butt ;)
Author's Response: OMG YOU'RE BACK. I'VE BEEN REALLY WORRIED *hugs* *gives cup of tea* *sits down on sofa and gossips*
I'm really glad you're okay :) School is insane, I completely understand- and I hope your mum feels better. Give her a hug from me- silly NHS! Hopefully they'll fix their mistake, thought. Both my parents have undergone major surgery with the NHS and they're both perfectly fine, so hopefully your mum will be too.
Urgh, I check this thing most days even though I haven't updated in weeks. I totally understand that :P OH YEAH, BY THE WAY- THERE'S ONLY ONE CHAPTER LEFT SO BE READY FOR THAT AND STUFF.
Haha, I bet that was hilarious! (okay, well that totally made MY day. Could you tell her thank you from me if she doesn't read these reviews? Thank you :) Oh, dear. I've done it: I'm finally infamous. ;) Ooh, go do the coursework then come back! It'll be far more satisfying :P (says me, avoiding all the things I need to do)
Age old, is it? That's cool. Hope your theory pulls through. OR DO I
I'm so mean.
You're welcome :)
...I didn't actually realise I'd used two degenerative diseases in one novel. Huh. That's a good point :) which is interesting, because my next one doesn't have any so far (should start posting in Jan if you're interested, FYI). Thank you so much- to be honest, I think that adults think that teenagers can't handle the emotions of it, and forget that some teenagers are forced to deal with it all around them... I don't tiptoe around emotions because they've never tiptoed around me, I guess.
Okey dokey! Like I said, I check it most days, so I'll answer asap. Thank you so much for reviewing again!
(she is awesome)