Date: Jan 13, 2023 01:16 pm Title: The Flying Dragons
Thank you for sharing this extremely powerful series. After reading all 8 stories of the Fathoms Deep series...all I can say is I have mad love for your beautiful writing style. Your tender aching prose, journeying into Peter's interior world of blindness, really brings the relationship between Peter, his family, friends, and of course Hank to tank to life. You really nail the H/C genre. I look fowred to reading more in this series. PLEASE KEEP WRITING!!
Date: Jan 11, 2023 03:34 am Title: The Flying Dragons
this is the first story of yours I've read. I was curious why Peter doesn't use his nose more. For instance what does the pasrty smell like. Does Ramona use a scent that Peter recognises right away. Paul. The shops as he passed by?
Date: Dec 28, 2022 03:25 pm Title: Peacekeepers
Though there are parts that I love in all of them, I think this is my favorite so far. I usually love Eppy but I wanted to kick his butt. That was just too sad. I'm liking this Ramona. Now that we've gotten to know her. She's protective of Peter, she watches out for him. Goodness, Paul's gift to Peter...sob! And when he had to just sit in the car when they went out on that call - I cannot imagine anything being any worse for him than to feel useless. But he was still mature / strong enough to know that he needed to sit tight so Paul and the others could do their jobs. Such a strong, courageous person to be able to do that.
Date: Dec 27, 2022 08:46 pm Title: Temporary Heroes
I like how each "chapter" Peter is adding more to his circle. He started out w/ Kermit; then Kermit and his pop; next we see Paul added in; and finally Kermit, Pop, Paul, and Annie. The "comforting" is so satisfying. Definitely what Peter needs, but very satisfying from a reader's POV. I hope we're going to see many more chapters. There is still a lot to learn about this Peter.
Date: Dec 27, 2022 04:29 pm Title: Fathoms Deep
Tahna, thank you for sharing these with us. I absolutely love how gentle Kermit was with Peter in the first part of the story. H/C is a good description of this. Very satisfying H/C. I love the idea that Peter is pursuing another alternative. As much as he likes to talk, probably a pretty good choice. Looking forward to reading parts 2 and 3...and then 4!!