|Reviews for Silk and Stone|
| Gilly Bean2 chapter 3 . 11/16/2009
I love this story, as incomplete as it is! The descrpition is beautiful, and I truly want to know what happens to Meriel and Donagh. Your story makes me think of an Irish movie I saw once, The Secret of Roan Inish. Your description of the shore is so spot-on with my experiences in Ireland, and your writing makes me want to be back there right this minute! While it makes me a little sad that you never finished the story, or really got far into it, I still wanted to leave you a note thanking you for this blurb. It made me think about when I was in Ireland, walking along the Cliffs of Moher, or wandering aimlessly through County Wicklow and Glendalough. The pervasiveness of the sea, and the connection to it that many in Ireland feel shine through. Thank you, for reminding me of how much I love my Ireland, and the many happy memories I have had there. Cheers!
| virgo-valentina chapter 3 . 10/15/2005
i really like yur story. pls update!
| depressed-and-bored chapter 3 . 12/30/2004
Oh no it can't be. NOT DONAGH'S SHIP. Plz lry him be alive.I love this UPDATE
| DramaQn16 chapter 3 . 9/28/2004
THat was so good! Please please please update again soon! Your a great writer!
| The Unbreakable chapter 1 . 9/22/2004
AWESOME! The imagery, the characters, the situation...it all was terrific! On the favorite authors list you go!
| the-beautiful-tragedy chapter 3 . 9/20/2004
oh no! this is a very well written story. characters are good, but its sad...
| Theadacia chapter 3 . 9/19/2004
Whoa! Good Job again, Pommie! It's really weird but between the two stories it reminds me of one of mine. I had a story that jumped back and forth too, but not quite as much as yours, only toward the end when it was taking place over 2 revloutionary battles. I'd like to read more, but I do have to say I think I liked your other book a bit better, I suppose because I can realate to it a bit more. Do you read Tamora Pierce? Cause for some reason your styles are alike, but maybe it's just me. Allot of authors are like her, I'm sure that some would say I'm like her too, but I don't think so. Again there are a few gramical things, but I can really see an improvment on that with your new book, so I can tell that you've been writing more. So where's the rest of the stuff! Donagh in that second chapter when they're dancing, I almost melted thinking about it. Good illistartions. But I'd like to edit this book as well. Devoted fan Thea. I'd love to hear from you and hear what you'd say about mine. I'm just dying to point a few wonderful things out for you, but it's kinda hard in the space that they gave to you, besides I don't remeber all of them. But that dance! Beautiful babes. loveya, your friend Thea
| Lady Cyann chapter 3 . 6/6/2004
What a sad chapter. Meriel must be very strong, the way she can steel herself and cope with the loss of her mother and her missing love. Please continue this story, because I love the way it's going and the descriptions are lovely. I can practically taste the salt of the sea...LOL. Wonderful job, keep up the good work. Write on!
| Lady Cyann chapter 2 . 6/6/2004
Oh my gosh! She's pregnant! I'm just glad that Meriel had Ena to help her through her dilemma. I sure hope that Donagh comes back soon, because Meriel obviously needs him. Another wonderful chapter, as the first was. The mood was very good, and I could picture each scene very nicely. Well done, and keep up the good work. Write on!
| Lady Cyann chapter 1 . 6/6/2004
Ooh! What a great start to this story! I am looking forward to reading more, and you're descriptions are positively beautiful. A wonderful job, please keep up the good work.
| l. fayette chapter 3 . 5/25/2004
This is EXTREMELY good. I can't wait for more!
| poohba chapter 3 . 5/23/2004
I have to admit, I'm getting used to the jumping back and forth through time. And it's not so bad when she thinks back and stays there for awhile, as she did in this chapter *g*
Isn't Donagh a sweetie in this chapter!
And you've left us with a cliffhanger. I hate cliffhangers. lol. But they do keep the reader wanting to come back for more. That's a good thing. I'm notorious for writing them, myself. I guess me not liking to read them is somewhere along the lines of a doctor being a terrible patient.
Anyway, this story still intrigues me. So much of it is still lying under the surface, waiting to be revealed - and I'm looking forward to a chance to read it.
| Val Mora chapter 3 . 5/20/2004
You know, from the way he acts sometimes, I'm almost certain that you mean for Donagh to be a selkie. Is he?
I like your characters and I think the situation is believable. The flashbacks are very cleverly dated (and it's much appreciated), and your description is wonderful.
However, I sometimes feel like the characters - especially Ena and Meriel - don't act very mature at all. This may, perhaps, be because they aren't old enough to be mature, but think about how you might convey them as being more adult-like.
| Fearless-Sweep-Gurl chapter 3 . 5/18/2004
AH! Luv ur story! plez update soon! plez don't let dongagh, if he does, I'll... I'll...I'll stop reading your story! so KEEP HIM ALIVE!
WHOA sry suga high...
O... p.s. ur story is now added to "My Favorite Stories" list
Lucky, Lucky You!
| Ravynne chapter 2 . 5/17/2004
This story is exceptionally well written. Your word choice is incredible and really does justice to your description in this piece. I'm adding this to my favorites list so that I may look out for updates.