A/N- THIS IS NOT A FIC! These are all the reviews I got for these stories before I combined them becauseā€¦ actually I don't know why I did this. It seemed like a good idea :) I put these reviews up for all those of you (like me) who like reading the reviews the story got before actually reading it.

This Thing We Call Ordinary

From: Lady of Fire and Ice ?userid506504

This is a beautiful example of poetry written in the guise of prose. I was a little confused at first, but by the end I understood what wasbeing said. Who is Lellanie Dioulax? Did she write this and not you? If she did, you should probably make it more clear by using a disclaimer.

This Thing We Call Ordinary

From: Pheobe Meryll ?userid480654

An interesting concept. Would have made a good theme for a novel, though I presume you aren't continuing this. I like your style, and your grammar is very good. The beginning, where you told the mother's story was very sad.

"But she is but a memory, and when I reach out my hand, she is gone like mist." Very pretty. Keep writing!

This Thing We Call Ordinary

From: crsg ?userid473968

I loved this piece. The last line and themes in this were very thought-provoking and I think yo've done them justice in the words you've written down. Awesome job. (PS - thank you for reviewing my fic).

This Thing We Call Ordinary

From: Islandbreeze ?userid432739

That was extremely interesting, with the vagueness but the wonderful imagery. It was very pretty, flowy, and I saw movement in it, if that makes any sense. It was good and sad at the same time, and I also really liked the title. Neat!

Daughter of a Legend

From: A-wolf-called-Skya ?userid356325

Hey! thought i'd drop a line!

Pretty good, but i'm curious: What was the daughter dying of? I was waiting to heatr what it was, but you never said.

And the mother sort of sounded really stiff. I can't really explain it. she just seemed that way. I dunno. probably just me!

Anyways, good job! keep it up!

Good Writing, -Rachel Morgan.

P.S. i'd love it if you could read and review my new story, "Solitaia". I definitely would like more critism on it. thanx!

Daughter of a Legend

From: shloerie ?userid506743

well worded, it's a little sad sobs uncontrollably okay...very sad! Isabelle is evil (i normally like evil characters but that girl has no soul)! Anyways, it was good!

Daughter of a Legend

From: Lady Sakaki ?userid340831

Aww...sad! Yet, (I hate doing this...I feel so evil...) there seemed to be several holes in the story. I can't explain it quite well but the mother's death was a bit...stiff. I saw the connection with the fairy tale, that was pretty cool. -

I also enjoyed the "beeps" that would interupt his words...

"...her lips red as blood." Also loved that. Alright, see ya later!

Daughter of a Legend

From: Broken Phoenix ?userid454031

Hello there, Phenn here. x

Firstly, I would like to thank you for your review on my story and secondly, I would like to say how happy I am that you did because now I get to check out your work. I thought I should review, seen as your comments helped me a great deal, I knew your work would be good - Assumed, at least.

Luckily, though, I was right. I enjoyed this piece. Especailly the 'beep... beep... beep...' 's, there every now and then, reminding you of the very situation at the heart of the story. It's like you stopped, to put everything in the background into the piece - it's not as if you can block it out after all, even when your doing something so important.

I shall be working on my typos, though I do use spell checker, and I do run it over, sometimes my programme is confused by my work... (Can you blame it?) Oh. What would I do without you? Thank-you. x

Oh, and need I say it? Keep putting pen to paper, finger to keyboard, mind to words, heart to the hearts of others. x

River of Blood

From: Islandbreeze ?userid432739

This was nice, it was simple yet the style of it was sort of poetic, and the use of 'you' gave it a greater impact. Great work

River of Blood

From: Lady Sakaki ?userid340831

Awesome! Loved it! The begenning was a bit weak, but it soon improved, the middle boy was amazing! Loved the whole "shadow life" thing and the ending wasn't the best but it was solid. I think it was the POV of a vampire...? Well you did say for the reader to interpret it however they wanted, which was cool and how it should be. Nice!

Oh yeah, by the way...thanks for your awesome reviews for my story, "Inner Demon". I'm gald you enjoyed it so much. Answering some of your questions...

The Prelude is the story/legend that Reyna was reading in her story, ch one showing they just finished reading it. Mundus being the demon in the legend. Don't worry, you'll find out soon enough the connection. The thing you said about Reyan's character and Dante's POV that I added...yeah I agree too. Working on that.

Thanks for your reviews, they brought joy to my heart! Hehe! -

River of Blood

From: Karmachanic ?userid413165

Neato.

Stroke of Midnight

From: Lady Sakaki ?userid340831

Wow, that was an amazing read. Enjoyed it very much. Very creative and discriptive, a shower of emotions.

Good job! -

Daughter of a Legend

From: S.S. Dailey ?userid353482

This is good. An interesting twist to what everyone thinks of as a very familiar fairy tale. Keep up with your writing.

S.S. Dailey

P.S. In regards to your comments for my story Souls Unknowing, the Prologue is meant to be detached as the real story starts in Chapter 1 and you learn more about the Prologue in later chapters.

Stroke of Midnight

From: Islandbreeze ?userid432739

Interesting and emotional, it's kind of terse but that makes it more intense. A liked this, and I also like the title.