|Reviews for The Healing Properties of Tea|
| This.Texta.Is.Blue chapter 9 . 9/20/2010
That was super duper cute
absolutely loved it!
| Aero Faerie Extraordinaire chapter 9 . 8/22/2010
I loved this. I wish someone would interrupt my lectures to bring me tea. The first chapte made me go Aaw but the rest just made me laugh. Also, it is nice to see a story set in an English Uni, bad weather and all.
| Pione chapter 8 . 8/16/2010
Not a lot of stories can make me seriously laugh out loud. Good job with this chapter! :)
| Pione chapter 5 . 8/16/2010
Aw, I love this so far! :)
| Edessa chapter 9 . 8/14/2010
Well, um... Er... This story was... Weird? (in a good way though). ;) I don't know, I guess I'm more of a coffee person... *grins sheepishly*
| helzyeah chapter 9 . 8/11/2010
that is the cutest!
i HEART tea!
| cu-kid chapter 9 . 8/7/2010
I love this story to pieces! It's cute and funny and just perfect all around. I love Naomi's perspective, how she sees and talks about the things going on around her and how she compares the people and events in her life to those in books. Most of the time, I don't like characters who are, as I call them, literary snobs, but Naomi is just so darn likable that her references never bothered me. I liked how you kept Carson as much of a mystery to us as he was to Naomi through the story. When I first started reading this story, I thought, Oh, perfect, nine chapters; not too many, just enough. But I have to say, by the last chapter, I was wishing there was more. I am disappointed it's over, but still loved how it all came together.
| cristera chapter 9 . 8/6/2010
WOA! over its a over? no..
| toaster unions chapter 9 . 8/5/2010
that was so cute!
perfect length, perfect ending.
t'was also very funny. i typically never laugh out loud while reading stories, but i did for this one.
however i'm at a friend's house and a buncha people are sleeping around me, and i must say, i hope no one heard me trying to supress my bouts of giggling.
| ModernScribe chapter 9 . 8/4/2010
As an avid tea drinker (who in their right mind drinks...the other substance that shall not be named?), I have to say, this story hit home. Tea really is the miracle drink. Earl Gray in particular, but I'll settle for PG Tips or English Breakfast if I have too. But besides the whole tea connection, I really did love this story. It was hilarious! I truly was laughing out loud. Really. My sister thinks I'm crazy...er. So thanks. For showing just how wonderful tea is and for brightening up my day.
| Dancing In Magic chapter 9 . 8/3/2010
Thanks you for being hilarious! I enjoyed this story very much. It's kind of refreshing to read a story that made purely of fun and good spirit!
| dani-sgga chapter 9 . 7/6/2010
Found this at Undiscovered and absolutely LOVE it!
Amazing! I usually try to give at least a partly critical review (improvement, hurrah! All that jazz) but I'm in such a stomach-turned-to-a-gooey-puddle, pink, floating bubble of happiness that I can't even think of one thing to say!
I am going to be quiet now, add this to my favourites and go have a cup of tea.
| Alastriel chapter 1 . 4/18/2010
I love this story and really wish it was longer. I love Chai tea especially ( I am an unapologetic user of sugar). I am also currently thinking about starting such a siciety at my school. Cheers!
| sophiesix chapter 1 . 3/26/2010
oh this was so sweet! and hilarious. ok, so the ending was sweet, more to the point, the irish boy was sweet, and the rest was hilarious. i loved the mental images of shockwaves and cranage and supernova: perfect counterpoint :) although , the "pair of feet sticking out from underneath an enormous copy of the Collected Works of Shakespeare like the Wicked Witch of the East." I found maybe a titch too strong an allusion? lol, i was thinking if it were just black and white broadly striped stockinged feet, that would've been a little more subtle but still plenty funny (and dare i ay it, change the name of the book if you want more clues for teh reader, eg 'the house on the embankment' or... ok, you'll know a good one, you've seen a heap more books than i have ;)
"he had spoken the words... as if he had expected them to be accompanied by a fanfare." lol, i so do this. well, not this exactly, but expect teh shop person to be as enthused as me about what i'm currently squeeing about XD hopefully i'm not so self important sounding though. sorry, this isn't about me, is it? right, so what i meant was, great rapport building there. yessir.
""Yeah! Why can't you order it, huh?"" lol!
yeah, and then we come to Irish boy. i love how you do his accent (yknow) i can just hear him :happy sigh: Love it. Love how he delivers tea and witty dialogue and tnhe just leaves. awesome.
| Abrasive chapter 8 . 3/12/2010
Who hasn't wanted to punch the tin man at some point in their life? I mean, really.
Anyway, I'm thoroughly impressed. Your story was witty and wonderfully executed. You're clearly very well read which suited the protaganist (whom was likeable despite being a tad uppity at times).
I've been sorely deprived of anything truly good to read on this site for a little while now, but I think you may have broken the drought. Thank you.