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(#) FrostedGlass 2007-02-05You know you get me with dictionary entries. ;)
Thanks for those answers. Sort of.
You put a lot of thought into this. And I think it's very personal to you. Or maybe?
Anyway, it touched me and I'm glad you shared this with us.
Makes you scared to live your life. But maybe that's just me. Dork.
(#) MMMramen 2007-02-05I think you conveyed your plot beautifully. Not every single aspect of life is supposed to "make sense" or spell it all out. The only thing that got me was the bra. The infidelity had already taken place before Pete had intended it. Understood. I'm just sad it's over. I loved waiting for updates and being complete impressed by how your writing and this story progress. Amazing job, love. Take my point, you deserve it.
(#) riaryder 2007-02-05So, Pete still had a hand in the infidelity but Olivia didn't know it?
Or Patrick had been unfaithful of his own accord? I'm not entirely sure of that.
But you know what, I don't think it matters. Because I totally get where you're coming from abut the desperation for love. Why do we all think we're entitled to our peg? And why is it so bloody important?
You know what, Katy. The mark of a good story, for me, is that I'm sitting here asking myself all these questions.
You made me think, lady. And boy is that a hard task :-)
I adore this story. And it's author. And I'm so sorry to see it go.
Anyway, rambling over ;-)
(#) burnbaby_xburn 2007-02-05a-maz-ing.
(#) LOVELA 2007-02-05Your imperfections are what make you utterly perfect.
I loved this story Katy. You did a fabulous job.
(#) pixied_secrets 2007-03-03you know, it took me a really long time to figure out how to review this story. i talked to alex about it. how do i review something i respect totally? and hopefully i've already expressed to you how amazing this story is, and how excited i got every time a new chapter was posted.
it was my favorite project that you were working on, and i think the originality of it was (and still is) awe-inspiring. so, how do i show that through on one of these things? i've told you time and again how amazing your writing is, and how diverse and creative you are. i feel like a broken record sometimes, but i think you really need to understand how amazing your writing is.
so, i guess i should just thank you. thank you for being creative enough to write something so original, and thank you for pressing on with it even when you started to question where you were going. you wrote this perfectly. so thank you.
(#) KellieFo 2007-03-18I thought the first half dozen chapters of this story were amazing. There was such a sense of humour and lightheartedness to it. It all seemed so normal. Then you brought 'them' into it. For two chapters i was midly confused, but went with it. As it developed I understood and really got in to it. I havent read anything like this before, I supposed most writers wouldnt be able to pull it off, it being so complex. I did really enjoy this, alot. So much that I'm still up at 11 reading it, though I have work at 6 in the morning!
Truly a great and touching story, with under lying morals that you got across to me before I read the epilouge!
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(#) patricksgirl84 2007-04-30Just read the story. It is so original. Loved it. Made me really think. :)
(#) ssketchator 2007-05-10I am full of sad faces.
I do love this story, and I can't not appreciate something that doesn't end perfectly. Kudos.
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