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Review #1, by sea hassleThe Lucky One: Cross Your Fingers

12th January 2014:
I'm dying to read more, you've captured that hipster image so well you must be using 35mm film.

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Review #2, by sea hassleHeadland: Headland

4th January 2014:
There are so many things I want to say, but I cannot form appropriate sentences in my head. This was beautiful and poetic, but sad, and at some points I had to squeeze my eyes shut.

You write so vividly, and this story feels so intimate and personal. It's very easy to relate to, you are a wonderful writer.


Author's Response: Marney!! Thank you so much for this review - I'm sorry it took me so long to respond to it! You are a wonderful person and this review is just too, too kind. Thank you so much!! ♥ ♥ ♥

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Review #3, by sea hassleCalling: Calling

28th July 2013:
It's like you've captured Scorpius's imprisonment inside himself, like he can only really exist within his own head. It's great, and really, really traumatic for someone like me who just sort of assumed that the awkward and mopey Scorpius from Starving Artists just sort of occurred. Despite this, you are fab and brilliant at writing and you also have the ability to make me think about things for ages.


Author's Response: Awh, thank you! He always had a slightly tragic backstory in my head that accounted for his mopiness, I just never really got a chance to write about it in Starving Artists! I'm glad you enjoyed it and thank you so much for reviewing :3 ♥

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Review #4, by sea hassleChasing Molly: Chapter 1

11th July 2013:
I really like this - Molly is very unusual and I want to find out more about her. You're very good at writing and I hope you continue this.

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Review #5, by sea hassleWelcome to Blunderland: { epilogue }

12th June 2013:
So, yeah - i've probable been putting this off for way too long because you've made my heart and head feel funny and maybe I cried a little. Only because I didn't really expect it. I guess i didn't really see that it was under the drama genre, although I absolutely do not regret reading Blunderland.

Julia, you're brilliant. I don't know, you've made me speechless - you're a brilliant writer, especially in the way of characterisation and character development and such. I felt like Flora was a real person, actually I wanted her to be real because she was so great but also three dimensional. She had all these flaws and issues that real people would have. I felt like I actually knew her. Like, this story was so good that after you completed it I went back to the start and read it again.

I was kind of hoping for a Florp in the end, but I'm actually kind of glad Flora ended up on her own (one can always hope). Keep up the brilliance, as usual.


Author's Response: Marney! Hey there~

Awhh no! Don't cry a little! Apologies - I just can't resist my angst and unhappy endings and undead Scorpiuses.

Thank you so much! Eeep, that's the nicest thing anyone's said to me all week. I'm glad you liked Flora! I had fun writing her - it was a bit of a break from Lucy anyhows - and trying to instill in her aspects of my own ~painfully awkward adolescence~ which in retrospect just seems absurd. And I'm happy you read it again! If you spotted any typos, please let me know, this needs editing...

Thank you so much! ♥ ♥ ♥

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