|Reviews for Woe & Wonderment|
| CelticX 10/30/12 . chapter 10
Still lovin' it. Please keep going.
| Shayna-18 10/16/12 . chapter 9
I just noticed that each chapter is named with phonetic alphabet, cool!
Also this was another amazing and detailed chapter, keep it up!
- Shay ;)
| Guest 10/13/12 . chapter 8
Please post more often! This story is so good
| leavesfallingup 10/15/12 . chapter 9
I like the way that Ron's friends are so natural in their acceptance of Megan's condition. One thing about military: they have to honestly think about death in a way that most people don't. This gives them a different perspective on life as well.
| leavesfallingup 10/12/12 . chapter 8
One of the qualities that I always valued about life in the military was the way that people jumped up to help each other. These are good men who truly care. I have seldom found the same in my civilian life.
I don't know where you are taking this tale, but I look forward to reading it until the end.
| CelticX 10/10/12 . chapter 8
This story just keeps getting better and better. Please don't keep us waiting too long for the next update ;-)
| Shayna-18 10/9/12 . chapter 8
I love seeing her interact with people other than just her Grampy, ..are you gonna have her interact with someone around her age?
This story in general is amazing too, all the little details and such, looove it!
Cant wait to read more!
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 7
Everything seems to be progressing well. I hope that she will be able to play with children her own age soon.
There is only one problem: I have looked and looked for the Next button, but it doesn't seem to be there. This quite naturally suggests that there is no "next" chapter yet... a situation that I sincerely hope that you intend to remedy soon?
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 5
Now I'm certain that you have some sort of connection with the military. People who don't usually focus on the toughness, the brashness, etc. People who know realize that there is no greater comaraderie than in a military unit. You show that well in this chapter.
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 4
Megan's last line when she considered putting a post-it on her grandfather was touching.
Two corrections for this chapter... actually one correction twice: You wrote "elven" instead of "eleven" twice
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 3
Both Megan and Ron are rich and complex characters. The battle with the peanut butter jar effectively illustrated Megan's fighting spirit and determination. I don't think that she will give up on life anytime soon with that attitude.
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 2
Wow. You handle the subtle inner-emotional turmoils beautifully in this chapter. No offense to your "Draw me a picture" story, but this is at an entirely different level.
| leavesfallingup 9/30/12 . chapter 1
You seem to have quite a bit of knowledge, both about cancer and about the military. It lends a lot of credibility to your story. I look forward to reading more.
I feel horrible for Megan. To endure ten years of cancer and then to lose the only two peope who matter the most in her life must be terrible.
I'm hooked on your story already. BTW, congrats on your Kindle publishing. I hope to do the same someday soon.
| Its.Not.Me.Its.You 8/29/12 . chapter 7
I love the story. I can't wait for more.
| chewychester 8/27/12 . chapter 7
Pro: You wrote it, silly! :) OK, for real, I loved this line, it went right to my heart...Perhaps we both need saving," she thought.
The the whole saddness of her hearing healthy children...you might as well just turn on the tap, oh the water works.
Cons: waiting for next chapter.