Reviews For Bring your Artistry
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Reviewer: jublke Signed [Report This]
Date: 04/05/2012 11:58 PM Title: Chapter 1

This was a fun read.  I like the complete contrast between how Joe and Ken attempt to resolve the problem - very much in keeping with their characters.  Poor Nick!  The Condor owes him an apology.  

Author's Response: Thanks!  I like to think that Nick continues to be a fixture, to some extent, at the Snack J and that he and Joe become at least sort-of friends.  They have something in common in that they both want Jun and Ken to be happy.

Reviewer: Chris White Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 04/01/2012 6:31 AM Title: Chapter 1

Reading this through a second time was such a kick, seeing all the little hints as Joe digs himself deeper into Nick thinking he's gay. :) And I think Joe's POV was perfect ... otherwise it'd be mostly Jun huffing about and/or Ken panicking!

Reviewer: gatchamarie Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/13/2011 3:34 AM Title: Chapter 1

Thank you so much also from a Ken fan like me! I love this story, especially some particular parts of it, such as the comparison between Nick and Ken when coming to pay their tabs, the way Joe rejects the invitations of a lovely girl just to help his friend, the way Ken resolves the situation (so romantic!), and not leaving out Joe's behaviour, and point of view of his messed up situation!

Author's Response: Thanks! I figured that Ken's tab was an area where he'd be vulnerable, owing Jun and not being able to pay her -in more than just a monetary sense.  It was easier for me, and more fun, though, to write it from Joe's POV, as he's a bit removed from all the angst, though very keen to resolve it -albeit somewhat misguidedly!

Reviewer: vaniahepskins Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 01/07/2011 11:31 AM Title: Chapter 3

Oh! I didn´t know about that challenge, but if this a gift to Springie (and us btw) then thank you very much! I love it! =)

Author's Response: Thanks, glad you enjoyed it!  Writing from Joe's POV comes easier to me, but it also was a way to keep it more comic and less angsty.

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