I have already made my opinions on summaries known.
(#) lalalovexjeje 2008-04-30 08:38:44 PMI really enjoyed this chapter.
I felt as if I was there watching this conversation unfold.
It felt real.
Which is very hard to come by these days.
I absolutely love your writing style and your vocabulary.
Its much more advanced then most writers on here.
no offense to them.
and my bet is that there will be little ones and that Gerard will get her to change her mind about marriage. at least I hope
Author's responseThank you. I have quite a bit of practice making real conversations by myself. There's an almost constant dialogue running through my head, like CNN in the background, and I just pull from that.
Thanks about the vocabulary too. I pride myself on that. Sadly, I still speak like a regular teenager. I say 'dude' way too much.
(#) icyblue858 2008-05-01 04:09:00 AMI think it will take some convincing but she will give into him after a while, after she has fallen a little harder. Un expected pregnancies are always fun :). Loved it of course...as always!
Author's responseOh yes, pregnancies open up endless possibilities when it comes to stories. And they are so much fun! All the drama they cause, it's just magnificent.
Thank you so much.
- i love how this chapter was almost entirely dialouge. like you said their relationship does seem to move fast. i would love to see a "juno" pregnancy but i dont think they have to get married. i am sooooo late now so i better get going but keep it up.
Author's responseI loved 'Juno'. That movie got me started on my current baby kick. Plus, no one ever has anyone have a baby in their FanFics. It's dissappointing.
Yeah, you see alot of action and surrounding and descriptions and inner monologues, but I figured it was time for dialogue.
(#) lacerationgravityxxx 2008-05-01 08:56:22 AMi loved this chapter. i love how they bicker and converse!!
she is kind of young and he is much older!! but the odd unexpected pregnancy can turn out to be a wonderful thing!!
Author's responseI love the younger/older combo. I'm just that kind of gal. Currently, the youngest guy I have a crush on is very late twenties, and that would be Frank. And also Mikey. And also some of my older friends. I am such a Lolita.
Their relationship is basically built on spats and disagreements. They like it that way, at least that's how I imagined it. So, yes, there's lots of bickering interspersed with regular dialogue. I love that you love that.
(#) linerlover 2008-05-01 11:36:15 AMi love the way they can always come up with an answer instantaneously. i reckon babies would be good, but they never get married. my friends parents arent married, but have been together for almost 30 years, and theyre happier than ever.
so yeah. kids, but no marriage in my view.
i love this story immensely, so as per, more soon?
Author's responseYeah. But snappy comebacks are more effective on paper, they're almost impossible to pull of in real life sometimes. It's a shame, the world would be a better place if everyone was witty and delightful.
In my mind, you gotta get married to have sex. And that's not for religious reasons, but because I would want the guarantee that theperson I'm giving my V card to is going to matter, not just a random Tom, Dick or Harry I get drunk with.
But that's just for me.
And this is fiction, so, basically anything can happen.