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Very throught-provoking. Not only on the relationship of those fictional characters, but on the structure of real-life relationships. You know how to dissect and evoke romanticism all in one little essay. I really look forward to reading some of your other works, such as Invisible Boyfriend.
This was a really cute story. You wrote the relationships in a believeable way and Ironhide's characterization was well done. I like seeing how the relationship between the two built to what we see in the beginning of the story. You convincingly captured the sexual tension between them. My only gripe is that at times the story was hard to follow. I think you just needed some story breaks and perhaps a bit more description. I would like to see more stories like this set in the same time, perhaps telling about how the other femmes met Powerglide and Inferno.
The purpose of my review here is twofold. First of all, I liked this vignette and thought it nicely delved into a quiet moment of Hound's. Your prose flows nicely and your description is well-executed. Through the imagery, I felt I was sitting there with Hound on a relaxing day. Second of all, I wanted to thank you for your feedback on "Turbulence." While most people really like that sorry and I'm glad about that, your criticism about the imagery falling short made me think about my writing. Even though I wrote that years ago, I still have a tendency to tell and not describe in my current fiction. Examining that, I believe, has helped.
Biblical! I am...addicted! Must have more! More!
Clever, clever drabble. Is this what drunken Transfans do after hours at Botcon?
This was very short and worked for me. You really got me in the beginning with the thought that someone had hurt Frenzy and I laughed when you revealed he was just reading a book. Frenzy's nervousness and embarrassment are humorous and well-written, as is his interaction with brother Rumble. It is amusing to think that even these Decepticons have been caught up in the world of Harry Potter. The only thing I didn'y buy was the author's lack of reaction to seeing a 7-foot tall robot.
Cute. "Whopper" was an inspired rhyme.
This pic jumped out at me because it really captures the feel of Megatron lost in thought in the wide vacuum of space.