Midnight Whispers
QAF Brian and Justin Fanfiction
Reviews For Define His Will
Reviewer: vic32 (Signed) · Date: November 26, 2019 08:28 PM · On: Chapter 4

Poor Justin and Molly I wish they could hug as I think they both need it so badly. My heart aches for the loss of the child life can be so cruel at times can't it, 


I hope happiness comes for them soon x


wond work x

Author's Response:

Thank you for not only reading this fic, but your comments convey that you could feel the emotions of the characters.  It has been a joy to answer your reviews and I must admit to you it took me a little while to reply as I had to go back and read this fic, as I wrote it in 2014.  For me it was interesting to see where my writing was at that time.  I can't thank you enough for sharing your experience of this story with me.




Reviewer: vic32 (Signed) · Date: November 26, 2019 05:18 PM · On: Chapter 3

My heart is in bits. They should have adopted both children never separate them. I can't imagine the pain they are in. 

Author's Response:

Justin's emotional turmoil must be overwhelming vast.   He thought he couldn't raise his son, only to find out he could, and now that has been taken away from him.  Brian of course is in the same situation, the emotions for both men must be devastating.



Reviewer: vic32 (Signed) · Date: November 26, 2019 04:05 PM · On: Chapter 2

So loving between them they truly will hope create a baby with love.

Author's Response:

Head shaking; was it yes or no? lol 




Reviewer: vic32 (Signed) · Date: November 26, 2019 04:01 PM · On: Chapter 1

Wow I was not expecting that but wow that was brilliant.

Author's Response:

I'm so pleased you were surprised.  That is the best compliment you could give me about one of my fics; that you did not expect where the story was heading.  Thank you.:)




Reviewer: Bob (Signed) · Date: May 13, 2016 10:59 PM · On: Chapter 4

This is really very well done, and your writing skills are a noticeable improvement. A most deserving featured story.

Author's Response:

I really, really appreciate those words.  I felt my writing had improved since posting my first fic, so I am ecstatic someone else has acknowledged they think it has also.  Thank you for recognizing it with a blue ribbon. 

Cheers :))))

Reviewer: Kimberly E Howard (Anonymous) · Date: April 19, 2016 10:15 AM · On: Chapter 4

Spam stuff. Left it up for the review count as it was a review just a spam review.


Author's Response:

Bob I was confused about this.  We deleted it the first time it came through, yet this time it has a name on it.  I'm not fussed if spam reviews are deleted as I really only want to converse with like-minded people about B/J stories.   I am voicing my thoughts here in the hopes that anyone else that might think about spamming my fics knows I'm not interested in such rubbish and they will end up in the delete bin.  

Reviewer: cuivresdesaxe (Signed) · Date: April 11, 2016 04:31 PM · On: Chapter 4

I knew there was an amish Justin story somewhere in the qaf fanfiction world but just found it by chance, and I am glad I did! It's just beautiful. I know close to nothing of the Amish but there certainly is nothing disrespetful in you Define series, quite the contrary. The "do not judge" principle is just so powerful. Love the interaction between Justin and Joan and the tenderness between the two men. Now I'll cross my fingers for a new Define story...

Author's Response:

Hello bea :)))

Welcome to MW.  I am just so thrilled that you stumbled upon my 'Define' series.  It is reassuring to hear you say there is nothing disrespectful throughout the series.  Feedback like that is invaluable.  I love your phrasing "quite the contrary. The "do not judge" principle is just so powerful ", and "crossing your fingers for another Define story".  Thank you so very much as I really do appreciate such a thoughtful and kind review.

Cheers :)))

Reviewer: Astor (Anonymous) · Date: January 16, 2016 03:10 PM · On: Chapter 4

Although hard to read because of the emotions at times, I found this story very real and very well executed by you. Not every story has to be Brian and Justin skipping through the prairie. It was an enjoyable read. Thank you.

Author's Response:

I love that analogy, "Not every story has to be Brian and Justin skipping through the prairie", that is so well said.  I'm glad you enjoyed reading this fic.  I certainly enjoyed writing it.  However, it is I that should be thanking you for such kind comments.  Thank you so very, very much.

Cheers :)))

Reviewer: Astor (Anonymous) · Date: January 16, 2016 03:07 PM · On: Chapter 3

Well this chapter was an emotional one. Very well done though. Let me go get my Kleenex though. I hope the next one is happier.

You and getting me in my feels. lol 

Author's Response:

I'm glad this made you feel for the men.  It was very sad writing.  I hope you enjoyed the ending. 

Cheers :))))

Reviewer: Astor (Anonymous) · Date: January 16, 2016 03:03 PM · On: Chapter 2

I found the idea Brian had of putting Mel in a room with Justin just so he could see that he didn't want to actually make a baby 'naturally' brilliant. The granny panties made me laugh.

I do hope Justin really becomes a father. He would be a great one.

Author's Response:

Thank you so much for the 'brilliant' comment.  I really appreciated reading that you enjoyed the granny panties.:)))  I had to hold back with so much on this fic as I was fearful humour would take over since that is my default setting, nevertheless, one or two bits of silliness did manage to stay on the page.

I agree; I think Justin would be a great father.    

Cheers :))))

Reviewer: Astor (Anonymous) · Date: January 16, 2016 02:59 PM · On: Chapter 1

Justin should never feel bad about flaunting his goods in jeans. I think many have been caused to 'abuse their bodies' because of Justin's assets.

Author's Response:

Haha OMG, that is so funny.  I don't know what else to say. LOL

Reviewer: Brandon (Anonymous) · Date: January 02, 2015 04:52 AM · On: Chapter 4

I love how Justin is Jenny's favorite parent. Great story. Justin's journey into his new life is believable.

Author's Response:

Oh, thank you once again; this time for mentioning Jenny's favorite parent.  Even though picking up a child etc. goes against Justin's upbringing, he puts his little girl first, allowing them both to form a close bond.  I love the parts you have picked out to comment on, I also truly appreciate the "great story" comment, and that you thought the fic was believable.  Thank you so much.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Brandon (Anonymous) · Date: January 02, 2015 04:27 AM · On: Chapter 3

This was a very hard chapter. I feel so devastated for Brian and Justin. I look forward to seeing how they are able to move forward after losing a child.

Author's Response:

Knowing where I wanted this chapter to go, it was very sad to write.  There is no greater loss than losing a child, and it will not be flippantly brushed over.  Although they will move forward, the pain will be with them forever.

Reviewer: Brandon (Anonymous) · Date: January 02, 2015 04:24 AM · On: Chapter 2

i really hope Justin is able to become a father. I love that he didn't have Brian flush the goods.

Author's Response:

Justin was never going to make a baby naturally, yet now, thanks to Brian, there seems to be some hope.  :)

Reviewer: Brandon (Anonymous) · Date: January 02, 2015 04:22 AM · On: Chapter 1

Very interesting beginning! I'm looking forward to seeing if Justin becomes a father or not. 

Author's Response:

"The child should be made naturally"; it does sound a little foredoomed doesn't it?  

Reviewer: BigPaw (Signed) · Date: September 23, 2014 09:48 PM · On: Chapter 4

I'm worried that your head might have suffered when it was hit by a wall during that recent barn raising. Did you honestly mean to write Brief moment of time when selfishness ruled their lives. How is most of a pregnancy a brief moment of time? Not to mention that both of them were acting the same evil way, willing to cast off one child and only keep one from the litter. I can't really say this story has ended on a happy note but it seems like Brian believes he is content to eat boring PB&J for the rest of his life. I still think Justin needs some high voltage shock therapy to get over this idea that he's Amish. I thought it was down right horrible of Craig to suggest that since he didn't have the guidance of an Amish Elder he could be allowed to do something so crazy as let an infant be baptized. Why is it always some old hairy man who gets to interpret the word of the Lord? I do have to hand it to you for coming up with the brilliant idea of the girls naming the remaining infant after Justin's mother as a sure fire way to find a way into Brian's wallet. I have to tell you I have really enjoyed this series. I think you did a stunning job of keeping Justin very oddly Amish and sadly Brian very willing to change and be happy with oddly Amish. Your stories are never the same, always new and exciting. You bring excitement and a splash of crazy into the story we love so much.

Author's Response:

A brief moment in time: For a head of lettuce, I am very old. For a mountain, I have not even begun.  Do you like me trying to be profound???  LOL  Now, what movie did that quote come from???  ***Google, Google, Google***  Okay, it's not word for word, but it came from "Remo".  Do I now need to write no copywrite intended, only praise for such wisdom?  LOL   Oh, and many thanks to that particular search engine. :D

I can see why you didn't think this had a happy ending as everyone seemed to be human in the end and not evil incarnate, so we had no one to blame for such unhappiness.  I know; it even surprised me a little that it didn't end with a malicious Craig, Joan or Mel.  LOL

Thanks for acknowledging my fics are never the same and for the "always new and exciting" comment. "You bring excitement and a splash of crazy" that's my aim as I think sometimes people take themselves and the world to seriously, so I like to share my eccentric type of folly.  Although some may think I share too much.  LOL 

I'm so happy you were able to return to MW and that you now have a non-Amish existence my friend. :)

Cheers :))))

Reviewer: BigPaw (Signed) · Date: September 23, 2014 07:41 PM · On: Chapter 3

Awww, this really is a sad chapter, what do you think did the little fella in? Will there be an autopsy? I bet Justin will want to make the coffin. The amish are buried in plain wooden boxes. I'm not sure if they are required to do the embalming or not. But since the baby was born in a hospital I bet it will have to be handled in the real world way. I hope Brian decides to take the girl twin now. Those nasty girls don't deserve a baby. They better not depend on Brian to support that baby. Now that I'm all sad I think I better go eat lunch before I read the next chapter.

Author's Response:

Yes, this is the sad chapter and I had to end it sooner than I wanted as it was going to a real bizarre place. :(

I think an IC Brian would always support people he loves, be it with money or in other ways, but this is an OOC Brian so you won't know until you have comsumed your lunch. 

My Vegemite lunch was very tasty; thanks for asking.  LOL

Cheers :)  

Reviewer: BigPaw (Signed) · Date: September 23, 2014 07:25 PM · On: Chapter 2

I thought it only fitting that since I had finally escaped my near Amish like living situation I return to your Amish series and finish reading them. After living in a world without zippy fast internet and color TV I am at a loss to understand why Justin wasn't thrilled to enter joyfully into the wonderful world of Brian. Amazing technology at your fingertips, comforts to soothe your body and soul, and lets not forget the toe tingling sex. Cows and buttons and apple pie just can't come close to the thrill you get when you hear that special ring tone, surf thru 500 channel and don't find a thing worth watching , waste hours watching cats slip on the floor and smash into patio doors on youtube. Ok, back to the story, I still think Justin need therapy. He is not ready to be responsible for bringing up a child. What sort of things is he going to teach a child. The kid is going to be so messed up. I think Brian is going to snap one day and probably become a danger to society from all the pent up sexual energy. He was used to getting the all you can eat mega buffet at every meal and now he's getting peanut butter and jelly for every meal, and it's the same peanut butter and jelly not even a chance of a different flavor, dull boring grape jelly every freaking day. No chance of black raspberry and crunchy peanut butter. Poor Brian. So now Jelly deprived Brian has tricked Justin into giving up a jar and baby juice and he's going to baste Mel into having a kid. Will he try and keep it for himself to get Justin's mind off his Amish ways and focus on something else? But I'm afraid now Justin will be too busy trying to milk cows to supply the infant with unpasteurized milk sure to infect the child with mad cow disease to find time to tend to Brian's needs. Brian will need to spend more time at Babylon and before you know it he'll be finding excuses to visit the backroom. It will start out innocent at first, check the lube supply, scrape the walls. Then he'll start chatting with the boys and before you know it his pants will be down around his knees and someone will be checking his stiffy for wood ticks or at least that's the story he'll be telling Justin. So, that's my review for this chapter. I can't wait to hear more about Joan and how she dies. She was always such a wonderful woman to hate. I have one more question, where did Mel get the big granny panties, they couldn't possibly be her's as she is always so mean and nasty. She has to get some of that from wearing way to small undies...wait, did she borrow Deb's undies?? You really are a talented author, there is nothing you won't do to make a story come to life.

Author's Response:

Hey, Brian had sex twice in this chapter and it was approximately only 2300 words in length (yes, size matters, especially length).  LOL 

WT?  PB is never boring, and very tasty.  Oh wait, we are talking about peanut butter the spread, and since I don't eat it I wouldn't know.  I'm a vegemite girl.  I'm a happy little Vegemite, I enjoy Vegemite of breakfast, lunch, and tea (dinner) and have rosy cheeks.   Okay, you aren't going to understand that as it is an Australian jingle.  Useless fact; vegemite is another Australian iconic brand that we no longer own.   Stop purchasing our iconic companies/products NZ.  LOL 

To answer your insightful question (as all your questions are insightful), they are Mel's monthly undies.  If you like she can use them alternately with Debbie, but somehow I think the size would be a problem especially if Mel is to stay in a grumpy state of mind.  LOL 

I need to go and eat something as I think my sugar levels are dropping, or it could be my silliness levels are increasing.  Vegemite will fix it. LOL 

Cheers :))))

Reviewer: arakiss (Signed) · Date: August 20, 2014 08:14 PM · On: Chapter 4

I was so sad for Justin - losing his son...questioning His will... struggling to find his balance.
At least he started to paint and he has his daughter and his Brian to love.

Author's Response:

Hey Arakiss

Yes, it is very sad that Brian and Justin lost their son.  I really wanted them to relish their daughter and have her to help fill the empty void in their hearts that was left by their loss.  I also wanted Brian to be Justin's strength, his rock, when he went through his many struggles.  I needed to show Justin reunite with his family, if only for a short time, and I used Brian's thoughts as much as I could to show he was going through this too.  I think both these men could face anything together, but that's just my opinion.  Thank you for your thoughts as you know how much I appreciate them.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: nicolle_midnight2013 (Signed) · Date: July 12, 2014 02:00 AM · On: Chapter 4

Hello, dear Flossee! 

As I had written before, I really love this series. You did a great story and this fourth part is the prettiest of them all. I love the way love is reported. Not only love boys, but of all others. 

The interaction between Joan and Justin was amazing and the brotherly love between Molly and Justin is very beautiful. 

I love the final line. is one of the most beautiful settings of love I have ever read. 

  "My love", "My Brian" unspoken words conveying love and comfort are breathed, but never vocalized, because When these men listen With Their hearts there is the need for words. 

The story is beautiful! 

A big hug, my dear.


Author's Response:

 Hello Fatima :)

I can't tell you how much your comment about the fourth instalment being the prettiest means to me.  Going from forbidden love (only because Brian didn't want to ruin Justin's life) to everlasting, strong, supportive love was quite a journey, yet an enjoyable one.

A huge thank you to you for mentioning the love between the other characters as I'm so pleased their interaction was also noted as a pivotal part of this series. 

I love it so much when someone tells me their favourite line; I really appreciate that you have put so much thought into the story, which is evident in your reviews.   

Thanks again my friend for reviewing each chapter.

Cheers :)



Reviewer: nicolle_midnight2013 (Signed) · Date: July 12, 2014 01:38 AM · On: Chapter 3

Hello, dear Flossee! 

This is so sad! 

It is very unfortunate death of baby of Justin, but is there  still a child who needs your love as a father. 

Hugs, my dear! 


Author's Response:

Thanks Fatima.  I love it when someone comments like this as it means they are thinking about the characters, and yes, as sad as it might be there is another child to think about and to love.  I really appreciate this insightful comment, my friend.

Cheers  :)

Reviewer: nicolle_midnight2013 (Signed) · Date: July 12, 2014 01:23 AM · On: Chapter 2

Hello, dear Flossee! 

I love this chapter. I love how Brian takes care of Justin, the supports and helps fulfill a dream. 

I really like how Brian intervenes to harvest sperm from Justin, but leaves the final decision to him. 

It's a great chapter, my dear! 



Author's Response:

Hey Fatima :)

I was happy Brian could give Justin the opportunity to choose.  I'm truly pleased you can see the love Brian has for Justin; which allows him to take care and support him. 

Thanks again my friend for the lovely comments.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: nicolle_midnight2013 (Signed) · Date: July 12, 2014 01:00 AM · On: Chapter 1

Hello,  Flossee dear! 

After a long time of absence (real life is ungrateful) I'm trying to get my readings and comments in order. I read these series, but was unable to comment. I intend to comment on every story soon, but for now I like it  you know how much I love this series of stories so awesome. 

Love how you work mood and anxiety as well. I have not had any history of amish boys, so it was a new experience for me, I enjoyed each of the stories. 

A big hug, my friend!


Author's Response:

Wow, G'day Fatima, it's been awhile. 

I know the feeling when you can't comment and as an author yourself you would know how much reviews mean.

The Amish life was a mystery to me before I saw a documentary on tv, and then I just wanted to know more.  I'm glad you enjoyed the story and the series.  Thank you so much for the' awesome' comment and for your very kind words.  "Work mood and anxiety" I like the way you put that. :)

Thanks heaps for commenting on each chapter, I really do appreciate that.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: July 04, 2014 08:57 PM · On: Chapter 4

    To me, dedicating this final chapter belongs to the Daddies of

this world.  True, this chapter is far more complex that just

father/daughter.  Still – to further my opinion:  imagine Jenny,

Justin’s baby daughter, on Brian’s lap.  Brian’s love would be so

strong that you would probably need a tire iron to pry Jenny loose

from him. 

    I could see this as a Father’s Day Chapter.  I don’t want to

short change the funeral scene, and the Molly/Jenny meeting,

but here we have the devastation of the death of a son, and the

miracle of a daughter.  That is what evoked the most emotion

form me.  I have to wonder if it is a male type of response.  No, I

guess not.  This has more to do with my background.  Of course

each reader takes with him/her their understanding  of the story

based upon their background and experience. 

   So in short, Happy Fathers Day to all fathers.

   I hope that makes sense as an additional feedback.


Author's Response:

Hey David

I get what you are saying about the funeral scene etc. and I didn't think of it that way so you are right.  I must admit I had trouble with the Happy Father's Day reference until my grey matter kicked in and then I realized you come from a country that has just celebrated that day.  Here we celebrate it in September.   I'm not going to pretend I understood all this review, but thank you for the additional feedback.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Predec2 (Signed) · Date: July 04, 2014 03:50 PM · On: Chapter 4

"Unspoken words conveying love and comfort are breathed, but never vocalized, because when these men listen with their hearts there is no need for words." 


That is a lovely line, Flossee!  Finally got a chance to read the last chapter of this. So many emotions swirling around in this final part - love, sadness, bittersweetness (hope that's a word!), redemption, change.  I do love how these two have evolved with their relationship, and how they are willing to make changes out of their love for each other.  And I can totally see Justin as a loving father in this scenario especially.

I hope at some point you will either write a little more about whether or not Justin and Molly continue to see each other, either as an addition to this story or in a new story in the same 'verse. Would also love to read more about Justin's role as a father, and about how his life continues to evolve with Brian in the non-Amish world. Thanks for writing this. Enjoyed it very much.  *Hugs*  ~Kim


Author's Response:

Hey Kim

I really appreciate your comment on the last line as it's nice to know it is a fitting end.

Thank you for mentioning all the emotions that came through for you; I'm chuffed that you feel I have successfully conveyed all these emotions.  I'm truly pleased you like how both men have evolved and the way Justin took to his role as a father.

Thank you also for your very kind words and for saying you would like to read more of this AU/OOC fic. 

Cheers :)

Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: July 04, 2014 03:37 AM · On: Chapter 4

    Thank you so much for the story.  It was simply terrific. 

    The ending was very special, ending is a way that was satisfying to me.  What I hoped would happen, happened.  Sure, in your way and in the emotional depth you choose.   It was so important to me that Justin accepted his daughter fully.  I know that the loss of his son will never fully heal.  But there was a precious baby girl who need her Daddy.  Yes, she has him.

    Thanks again.


Author's Response:

Hey David

I should be thanking you because if it wasn't for you I would never have given this series a conclusion.  The reason I thank you for that is because it was a pleasure to write and it allowed me to go a little deeper into the emotions of these characters.  I would really like to dedicate the last chapter to you, however; I need your permission first.

Thank you for your very kind words; I'm so happy you found the ending very special and satisfying.   "The story was simply terrific" thank you; truly, thank you so much.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: sfscarlet (Signed) · Date: July 04, 2014 01:21 AM · On: Chapter 4



This is such a unique universe.  It was very sad that the child died and I was hoping to see Justin and Brian raise it.  I liked how you brought Molly into the last chapter, bringing closure to the series.  I have enjoyed it.  Thank you for the creative outlet.

Author's Response:

Hey Sandy

Thank you so much for letting me know you contemplated where you wanted this fic to go, as to me that means you were invested in the story.  Thank you, also for saying this is a unique universe as you know that is what I strive for.  I may not have received a copious amount of reviews for this fic, but OMG the calibre of the reviews has been outstanding, as is yours.  I truly appreciate you taking the time to review and for leaving such positive feedback.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: no sleep (Signed) · Date: July 03, 2014 07:09 PM · On: Chapter 4

“…he now constantly wonders why Justin's God would do this to a man that worships Him.”

“The painting shows all the flaws of the paper…”

“Joan could watch over their son in the afterlife.”

“…because when these men listen with their hearts there is no need for words.”

I try not to review when I’m sleepy or pressed for time, anymore. Therefore, my time is limited, so most of the time I copy and or read the fics for short periods of time (that’s a lot of times in there, LOL). Anywho, I like to savor this story because of the beautiful poetic words of love written. This time, you have even conveyed grief in a very emotional, yet, not soppy, way. And the ending with the child and Molly and the pervious visit from Craig and Jennifer, brought it full circle.

Delightful and heartwarming!:)

Author's Response:

Hey Sandra

Somehow you always manage to choose lines I felt touched me as I wrote them and that makes me think maybe I got it right; thank you so very much. 

I don't know what to say in reply to the beautiful words you have expressed here.  I will just say the parts below from your review are very rewarding for me as I'm not a confident writer.

"I like to savor this story because of the beautiful poetic words of love written. This time, you have even conveyed grief in a very emotional, yet, not soppy, way"

"Delightful and heartwarming"

I'm truly pleased you liked the fic coming full circle and thank you once again for leave such lovely words. 

Cheers :)

Reviewer: YumYumPM (Signed) · Date: July 03, 2014 05:42 AM · On: Chapter 4

It was interesting to see that Jack is responsible for bringing Jen and Craig to comfort their son.  It was also nice to see that Justin was able to communicate with his sister and that Jenny Rebecca is now a year old.  I've enjoyed this look into Justin's life and trials.  Good job!

Author's Response:

Thank you for the ‘good job' comment; I'm really glad you enjoyed the series.  It was very pleasurable making Jack and Joan's characters more human.:D  Justin seeing Molly and his parents was requested by DavidR and Starfire64 so I hold them solely responsible for this last part of the series. Haha  Seriously; I'm happy they did because I enjoyed writing these characters.   Thank you for each review you left and the positive feedback.  I truly appreciate it.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: JAZZEPOET (Signed) · Date: July 03, 2014 01:30 AM · On: Chapter 4

Beautiful...but I still can't stand the munchers. It's also refreshing to know that the tragic events didn't cause Justin to run away from Brian.

Author's Response:

Hey Tamara

Thank you so much for the ‘beautiful' comment my friend.  Mel and Lindsay didn't really redeem themselves completely; I agree.   I did have a suggestion that Justin may return to Amish life and I love that idea, but for now I will just let people take these characters wherever they see fit and fingers crossed they have enjoyed this series.  I truly appreciate your insight and the support you give me, thank you.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Lorie (Signed) · Date: July 03, 2014 01:22 AM · On: Chapter 4

Glad that Molly got to see her brother and niece. Wish Brian and Justin could have a child to raise. It would be very interesting to see how they would merge all their beliefs into the raising of a child.

Author's Response:

I love what you have written here.  It's an absolute privilege to have someone want certain things for these characters and I can see it would be interesting to have Justin and Brian raise a child.  I wanted Justin influence in the child's life to be apparent even with the munchers raising her and I couldn't resist Jenny choosing Justin as her favorite parent.  Are you allowed to have a favorite parents, as I know you aren't allowed to have favorites with children? LOL  Thank you again for taking the time to leave such a thought-provoking review.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Lorie (Signed) · Date: July 03, 2014 01:19 AM · On: Chapter 3

Beautifully written chapter. Very sad about the death of their son.

Author's Response:

Hey Lorie

Thank you for saying this is beautifully written.  I am trying to improve my writing so it's a delight to get positive feedback.  I'm pleased the child's death didn't stop you from reading on and giving a comment.  I truly appreciate that you have taken the time to review each chapter.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: June 27, 2014 05:42 AM · On: Chapter 3

    This was very sad.  Though Justin sees this and many other

things as God’ s will, still I am sure Justin will suffer this loss for

the rest of his life, God’s will or not.   But but but – there is a

precious baby girl waiting to held by her Daddy Justin.  Somehow

Justin needs to celebrate the birth of his daughter, who will be

his daughter for the rest of his life.  For all the pain , Justin is so

much richer.  He has a baby.

    Just one more thought, I expect a strong Brian and a strong

Justin to NOT give up their parental rights. 

    Thanks again for the chapter.


Author's Response:

Hey David 

What a great attitude being able to see where Justin may gain strength after this degree of adversity.  I love your positivity and I hope in RL you are able to maintain such a wonderful perspective.  

I really appreciate this review David, from the insightful feedback to the direction you hope B/J take, thank you.

Cheers  :)

Reviewer: YumYumPM (Signed) · Date: June 25, 2014 06:24 PM · On: Chapter 3

How sad the Lyndsay and Melanie are willing to give up one of their children.  I'm glad that Brian, in the end, was willing to take the chance to raise their son.  It's such a shame that the life of that one child was cut short.  All that love, yet Justin firmly believes it's God's will.  You are right this chapter is sad, but so well written.

Author's Response:

Hey :)

Thank you for saying this is well written as I'm trying really hard to improve my writing and I thought with the last paragraph nobody would notice the script so I'm ecstatic that you liked it and left such a lovely comment.

"All that love, yet Justin firmly believes it's God's will" I love what you wrote here as it just sums up the whole chapter so well.   

Thank you so much for taking the time to give me your thoughts, as you can see they have really encouraged me.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Predec2 (Signed) · Date: June 24, 2014 11:22 PM · On: Chapter 3

Hi, Flossee - was surprised to see first of all that this was being extended  past the initial three chapters, but glad to see there would be more. Secondly, you warned us, but I still didn't see that coming.  OMG. Not sure what to say or think now. How very, very sad for both men.  I could feel the love between them as they sought to sacrifice their own desires for the sake of the other, and to have this happen after Justin was so filled with joy over the prospect of raising their son is just really tragic.  I don't suppose we could hope that Mel switched a dead baby with a live one?  No, didn't think so. Sigh...I do hope you explain what happened to Justin's son in the last chapter. And I agree with Sandra - I hope they fight for both children now. These two women have no right raising either child. Way too conniving for my taste.

Will be anxiously awaiting the conclusion to this!  Thanks.  ~Kim

Author's Response:

Hey Kim :)  I know it is hard for some readers to go on such a rollercoaster of emotions and this fic certainly has been that.  While it was hard to write I actually enjoy the challenge of getting the men's feelings across without smothering the story with sex or sexual intimacy, so your review is extra special because what you wrote is saying that I have achieved that "I could feel the love between them as they sought to sacrifice their own desires for the sake of the other, and to have this happen after Justin was so filled with joy over the prospect of raising their son is just really tragic".  That really validates the fic for me; thank you very much.

The child's death will be explained and maybe the women will redeem themselves (I did say maybe, lol).

I really appreciate your support Kim, thanks heaps.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: no sleep (Signed) · Date: June 24, 2014 03:14 PM · On: Chapter 3

I read this chapter yesterday but could not review it at that time. It was so sad that I didn't even know how to respond. I was so angry with Mel and Linds that they would choose one child and discard the other and that they would dump the responsibility onto Brian and Justin. And after all that, the child dies. Justin must feel like he is being punished, God's will or not.

I think that I read about a case of surrogacy where a woman conceived twins but the couple who where paying her only wanted one of the siblings and refused the other, leaving her with a child she could not afford. I believe she sued to retain both babies. I think that is exactly what Brian should do. They are not the type I would want raising my child.

And poor Justin, I wouldn't be surprised if he took the next buggy back to Amish country.

Author's Response:

You are correct Justin would see it as being punished.  I am so pleased you made that statement as it confirms for me that these characters are presenting as I envisage them.  I know you are aware that I write some of my fics from real life events, but choosing one baby over another wasn't written with any event in mind.  I agree it is terrible to only want one child and I love the fact the surrogate ended up with both children.  I also like the idea of Justin maybe one day returning to the Amish life, but the reason would need to be sound.  I am enjoying the ideas people are proposing and while this fic will end the series I may return to it someday as the suggestions have been wonderful.  

Haha Justin waiting in line to catch a buggy back to Amish country; that I would have to see.  Is there a buggy station in Pittsburgh? :D

I am sorry if you had trouble reviewing.  Thank you so much for persevering and leaving such a thought-provoking review because as always I really appreciate your insight. :)

Cheers :) 

Reviewer: JAZZEPOET (Signed) · Date: June 24, 2014 06:15 AM · On: Chapter 3

I did not see that coming. I have no other words other than this was so unfair...the dads would have to be the ones to completely suffer the loss wouldn't they.

Author's Response:

Hey Tamara.  I know this is such an unfair situation for the men and that they are the ones to suffer the loss; the consolation, if there can ever be one, is that they have each other for support.  I like it when a person says they didn't see the direction the fic took, yet that wasn't my sole aim here as I was just a little upset about the direction of the ending so I cut it short.  Thank you for the review, my friend.


Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: June 19, 2014 04:03 AM · On: Chapter 2

         First let me wish you a speedy recovery.  Let us hope all

goes well.  Let us know, ok?


  This was a very complicated chapter.  If Justin is happy with

what Brian did, then ok with me.  As I said it is complicated.  One

person may decide that the child (assume everything goes as

planned), was born out of love.  Another person may decide that

the child was born out of trickery.  What is important here, is that

Justin is satisfied, though it sure it complicated. 


       Me? Coming  from a totally different background thinks only

about the goal and the reason for that goal.  I don’t see how the

sperm was gathered makes much difference, though surely Justin

would argue with me. 

       Thanks for the chapter.


Author's Response:

Thanks David for the well wishes on a speedy recovery.  It will take me a little while to recover, still all seems to be going well.  I really do appreciate you asking.

I understand and agree with what you are saying; the way the sperm is collected is inconsequential to most people as the end result is the only goal.  Justin's circumstance however is a little different and I'm sure after Brian's talk with Justin (about Gus) the words "God's will" is just as much an incentive as to the way Brian collected the sperm while Justin declared his love.  I'm glad you say what you think as it allows me to know how I'm going and maybe I get it wrong occasionally.  Thank you so much for the honest review.

Cheers :)    

Reviewer: no sleep (Signed) · Date: June 17, 2014 05:10 PM · On: Chapter 2

“Brian is also very aware of why Justin is reluctant to even consider artificial insemination as even if his husband could overcome the missing element of love it isn't as simple as Justin jerking off in a cup, as he did, since Justin would see that as gratifying oneself.”

“When Justin first asked about Gus' conception Brian had explained how Molly and he were conceived as he felt Justin had a right to know and he reiterates that now.”

"I am insatiable for your touch, and if I can't hear your heart beat you are too far away.”

I read this twice to get the feel of it. It was a very complicated situation of Justin’s indecision to father a child. You would think that since he was in a homosexual relationship it should have been no holds barred. Even if that were so, I couldn’t see him naturally conceiving with Mel.
Justin chose to remain with his religious upbringing which poses all sorts of problems living outside of the Amish community. I love to read how he navigates outside of it and in his relationship with Brian. I also love how creative Brian is in dealing with it. Getting that sperm the way he did was genius. Also, you had me swooning with some of the beautiful things being said while obtaining that sperm.
Keep up the good work!
You had a few minor grammatical errors (but probably not as much as my review and not enough to distract from the story): “Them self” instead of themselves and “abandon” instead of abandoned. But it’s best to check that I’m right or not. ;) All in all, a beautiful chapter!

I pray I’m not too late in wishing you luck about the anesthetist. Freddy Krueger would have been better than my last one. But the surgery was a success, though. No matter what, I’m positive you will do well.


(May be duplicated)

Author's Response:

Hey Sandra :)

I agree with you, I couldn't see Justin impregnating Mel naturally and his false bravo was the only thing making him think maybe he could.  I'm sure we have all been in a similar situation, however, probably not so literally.  Maybe climbing the steps to a roller coaster only to find you can't bring yourself to get on.   Haha, okay that's a lame example, but I'm sure you know what I mean.

I'm thrilled you like the way Brian helps Justin by collecting the sperm as he did, and the dialogue had you swooning; nobody has ever said that about something I have written before, Thank you so much.

I appreciate your help with the grammatical errors.  I apologise for all errors, as you know I'm not a great writer and I appreciate all the help I can get. 

Thank you for the well wishes with the surgery.  During my adult life I have had 10 surgeries, yet my worse scar comes from a small procedure I had in a doctor's office on my lower leg.  I would call the man a butcher, not a doctor, but then that would be an insult to all butchers.  In saying that though, I must admit I have had the best surgeons and this time the anaesthetist, who is a very nice person, managed to only give me one bruise. I suppose I shouldn't complain about the last time where I ended up with one arm completely bruised as at least I woke up.  LOL 

Thanks so much for the great review.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Lorie (Signed) · Date: June 16, 2014 09:43 PM · On: Chapter 2

First, good luck with your surgery.

This chapter was one of my favorites; Justin realizing that he could not have sex with Mel, Brian explaining about
God's will and his love for Gus, and finally, making love with Justin and talking about their love for each other and why he collected Justin's sperm to see if it is God's will that Justin becomes a father.

Author's Response:

Hey Lorie.

Thank you for the well wishes with the surgery.  All seems to have gone well and I am just a little sore (oh, I hope that's not TMI, lol). 

Thank you so much for saying this is one of your favourite chapters and why; that really helps me and your kind words are very encouraging and appreciated.  I think Brian using those words, God's will, was very reassuring to Justin.

It's an absolute delight receiving your always positive reviews, thanks Lorie.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Predec2 (Signed) · Date: June 16, 2014 01:40 PM · On: Chapter 1

Happy to see the update to this, Flossee. I love the 'my love ' and ' my Brian' references (I'm a big romantic; what can I say?) :) And I like how they know each other so well, and Brian's protectiveness toward Justin. Interesting twist on Joan and Justin bonding! Looking forward to the rest of this story. Hope your visit to the doctor goes well for you. *Hugs* ~Kim

Author's Response:

Haha, yeah I know you are a big romantic Kim, thanks to you and Moonshadow Woman the Valentine's Day category is looking very health. :D   I'm so glad you like the terms of endearment the men use; thank you for letting me know that.   I thought it was feasible Joan and Justin might bond over religion and understanding why I did that will be clearer in the future.  Thank you also for the good wishes, all seems to have gone well, but I am not capable of a happy dance about it yet. LOL   I really appreciate you taking the time to review and I apologize for the time it has taken me to reply.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: YumYumPM (Signed) · Date: June 16, 2014 07:43 AM · On: Chapter 2

It's amazing how supportive Brian is in this.  Also surprising that Justin is so close to Joan.  Great chapter.  Best wishes for your operation.

Author's Response:

Hey YumYumPM,

I'm so happy to see your review.  Thank you for taking the time to let me know your thoughts.  I wanted Justin to have someone in his new life that understood and tried to follow rules of a religion, and I thought it was feasible Joan and Justin might bond over that.  Thank you for the great chapter comment and the best wishes (the nerves are starting to creep in). LOL

Cheers :) 

Reviewer: JAZZEPOET (Signed) · Date: June 16, 2014 04:51 AM · On: Chapter 2

Wow what a sneaky thing for Brian to do, but oddly I understand the motive behind it. So Mel is going to be the birth mother huh...I figured as much ;)

Good luck with your surgery my friend...just think this is the finish line!

Author's Response:

Sneaky Brian is right, I think choosing the words "God's will" was also a sneaky thing for him to do. Haha  Poor Mel, whenever I put her in a fic her underwear seems to get mentioned. LOL 

Thank you so much for the good luck as I really believe I need it with this anaesthetist.  I'm happy to see it all conclude, then I only have to take drugs (no prescription ones, lol) and cross my fingers for the next ten years.  Thanks Tamara for reviewing and good wishes.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: sfscarlet (Anonymous) · Date: June 16, 2014 04:30 AM · On: Chapter 2

I like the way Brian is patient with Justin and finds a way to help be a donor and then a father.  It will make Jutin very happy.

Author's Response:

Hey Sandy.

I'm glad you like this Brian.  He tries really hard to please Justin and look out for him.  It's been an absolute pleasure to write this series as it has allowed me to focus on those qualities of Brian's and not the ones that hurt Justin.  Thank you for all your positive and encouraging reviews, I can't tell you how much they mean to me and help me.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: June 15, 2014 09:55 PM · On: Chapter 1

    Once again, thanks for the story/chapter.  The ending surprised me.  I thought that Justin’s reluctance to have a child

with Lindsey/Melanie  was because that he would object to

giving up his Parental Right.  More than that, I do believe that if

Justin  was to father a child, he would want to raise it.  I believe

his religious beliefs also point to that.  It will be interesting to

see what happens.  I know he said he would help, but I don’t

know what that means.

    Thanks again the story.


PS:  No demands, but I would love to see a reunification of Justin

and his family.  Even if only for a short meeting.  I do believe that

I am not the only one who would like to see that.


Author's Response:

Hey David :)

I'm glad the end of this chapter surprised you and I love the comments you have made.  You are certainly helping me identify if I have covered all the thought patterns you are experiencing (as I'm sure others are thinking the same), and by doing so you are keeping me on track.  Thank you so much for that.   Even after the chapter I have just published things will not be clear.  I hope you keep reading to find out where this is going.

This fic (three chapters only) is leading in to the last fic of the series which has your request covered.

Thank you David I appreciate and value your help and your thoughts.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Predec2 (Signed) · Date: June 12, 2014 06:01 PM · On: Chapter 1

Glad to see you continuing in this 'verse, Flossee. I have enjoyed every one of the stories.  I adore how Brian is willing to change his lifestyle b/c of his love for Justin. 

I am a bit surprised that Justin would (apparently) agree to help one of the women father a child, especially, the 'old-fashioned' way,' since he is still so relatively prudish about sex, even with Brian; he wouldn't even kiss him in public at first, and now he's contemplating having sex with a virtual stranger?   And he didn't appear especially happy to see them when they showed up at the loft. I'll be curious to see how that pans out, and if that IS what he agreed to.  I do hope he can become more comfortable with his sexuality by the end of this story with his husband, though; Brian has been so patient with him, and I find that very sweet.  I do see him relaxing quite a bit from what he was like initially, though, which is good.

Thank you for continuing in this realm, Flossee. Very enjoyable.  ~Kim

Author's Response:

Hey Kim.  It's good to see you back with a new fic.   

Okay, this is a little off track, but we have an ad on tv here which goes "and you may contribute a verse" and I just love the sentiment of it, so much so, that just by you using the word verse you have made my day.  Thanks :) 

I'm glad you are enjoying this Brian.  You certainly have Justin's dilemma clear, how indeed is going to carry this out?   LOL I'm not telling; yet.

Thank you so much for taking the time to review and for your very kind words.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: wellreadbunny (Signed) · Date: June 12, 2014 03:24 PM · On: Chapter 1

I have really enjoyed this series. Sometimes it is hard to understand what Justin is feeling, but you always try to explain his view. Thank you

Author's Response:

Hey Cheryll.  I love your observation that Justin's interpretation/reason for his actions is not always clear.  I do try and give an insight to what Justin is dealing with, yet not always from his perspective as I like to think Brian needs to muddle his way through it sometimes using a little speculation, since we are dealing with men, and these OOC men aren't the "tell me what you're thinking dearest" kind of guys. LOL  Thank you so much for letting me know you are enjoying this series; I truly appreciate that.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Carol (Anonymous) · Date: June 12, 2014 04:54 AM · On: Chapter 1

A child should be made naturally if possible? This is getting interesting.

Author's Response:

Hey Carol :)

I'm so happy you have taken the time to give your thoughts on Justin's announcement.  I think it might get a little more interesting than Justin expects. LOL  Thank you for taking the time to review, I'm very grateful.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: sfscarlet (Anonymous) · Date: June 12, 2014 04:33 AM · On: Chapter 1

Interesting twist-  I wonder how that will pan out.  I don't really like that Mel and Linds asked Justin to father a child-  esp if they know his many difficulties.  Still it will be interesting to read

Author's Response:

Hey Sandy :)

I'm with you on Mel and Lindsay asking Justin to father a child; it's as if he doesn't have enough to deal with.  I'm glad you don't mind the departure from canon and are still willing to read on; I really appreciate that, and the time you have taken to review. 

I look forward to reading your challenge fic set in St Louis. 

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Lorie (Signed) · Date: June 12, 2014 02:38 AM · On: Chapter 1

Loved this chapter. Justin seems very realistic considering how he was raised. Looking forward to how the 'will he or won't he become a father' question is answered.

Author's Response:

Hey Lorie :)

The way you state the question is very apt and it will be answered quickly as this fic is only three chapters long.  Thank you for letting me know you enjoyed this chapter and that you are looking forward to more.  I hope I don't disappoint you and I can keep Justin's character realistic to the AU.  I truly appreciate all your support.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: Len (Anonymous) · Date: June 11, 2014 10:47 PM · On: Chapter 1

I've enjoyed your other stories in this series but to be honest I personally just don't like kid!fic (stories where Brian and Justin have children other than Gus) so I can't help hoping that somethng will prevent Justin from fathering a child the way he would like to and that will be the end of it.

Author's Response:

Hey Len :) 

I think this is a very well thought out review.  You probably know where I stand on cute kids in fics and you are trying to gauge my thoughts.  LOL I'm on to you.  I'm glad you enjoyed the other fics in the series and I'm really happy you have taken the time to review.  Thank you so much.  It's always nice to be able to chat with a new reviewer and hear their opinion.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: no sleep (Signed) · Date: June 11, 2014 10:05 PM · On: Chapter 1

"Stipulating that a child should be made naturally, if possible."

?!!! No wonder Justin was amazing gracing in the shower, LOL. he can't wear blue jeans around his husband but is contemplating doing that?!

I must say his avoiding the women was cute. I can see why he was uncomfortable. Donating sperm is a long way from how and where he was raised.

Forgive me if my review doesn't to make sense. I try not to review when I haven't had much sleep or am limited with time which leaves me with almost no time to read and review, but as bleary-eyed as I am I had to read this update. I love this Amish-Justin universe and could see myself reading this indefinitely.

Author's Response:

Yeah, Justin seems like he is making up the rules as he goes along.  Brian can't masturbate, but he can suggest having sex with a woman.  What is the author thinking? LOL  Justin trying to make both worlds balance has given me so much leeway in writing this as even if his thinking if flawed he is seeing logic behind his actions.  Singing and avoidance will it be enough?  "I love this Amish-Justin universe and could see myself reading this indefinitely" thank you, that is a wonderful thing to say and I'm so glad you deprived yourself of sleep to review as I love receiving your very kind words and all the encouraging support you give me.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: XPO787 (Anonymous) · Date: June 11, 2014 09:21 PM · On: Chapter 1

I can imagine Mel's face. :D I'd love to read how this plays out. Will Mel or Linz be the mother?

Author's Response:

LOL I love that you are thinking about who the mother will be.  You won't have long to wait to find out as I hope to update before my next operation which is on Tuesday.  Yeah, I think Mel and Lindsay would both be thinking WTF. :D  Thank you so much for reviewing, I really do appreciate it.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: BigPaw (Signed) · Date: June 11, 2014 08:08 PM · On: Chapter 1

WOW, this is sure putting a new spin on things. I think I might have to take a long nap before I can really let my mind take in all the ramifications. I can not imagine Brian will allow Justin to come in such close contact with Smelly Melly so I am going to have to imagine it will be Lindsay. Since Brian knows his way around Lindsay that might not seems so horrible. I'm still a little worried that Justin won't want to make a mess of his wedding vows by coupling with another, even with the blessings of his beloved Brian. I'm thinking it might have to be a 3 way. I'm sure you'll come up with a reasonable way to make it all happen. I have heard that there are passages in the Amish Bible that say arrangements like this done in a blue Jeep are ok in the Amish faith....well OK, maybe it did say blue buggy but we know Jeep and Buggy are practically interchangeable in this century. I do hope the girls know the importance of health testing before using Amish sperm, the parasite problem is still a big concern. You would not want to start a baby with tapeworms. Oh, I'm pretty sure Justin will want the act to take place on a mattress stuffed with straw and if mood lighting is needed it will have to be a kerosene lantern. I know you are always looking for tiny details to bring the story to life. I think this is going to be a great new story to this saga. Do you think the thought of a grand child might be enough to bring Jennifer and Craig back into Justin's life? I'm a little afraid Molly won't be quick to embrace such an alternative family group but I'm sure in time she will adjust and welcome a chance to be a devoted aunt. I'm giving this a galaxy of stars to show how much I appreciate your willingness to share your talents with us.

Author's Response:

OMG, your mind went where mine did before I tamed it down; although I was thinking a four way. Yuck:D  Thank you so much for the blue jeep (modern day buggy) Bible reference, but even I would have trouble believing jeeps come in blue. LOL  Does Brian's little extracurricular activities at work appease you, since you were worried he wasn't getting enough at home.  I'm surprised you let me get away with the men not having sex, while standing, for the first five months.  That means Justin thought they were going to do it on the floor of the change cubicle.  Yuckity, yuckity, yuck.  Have you ever seen a clean changing room?  Sperm parasites would definitely be a problem if that had taken place.  Maybe a mattress stuffed with straw is a good idea as he can then recycle and feed the stuffing to his cows from York or better still burn the evidence.  I thank you for the galaxy of stars and I give you the same for taking the chance at being arrested while reviewing. LOL  Thank you my friend it's been fun as always.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: JAZZEPOET (Signed) · Date: June 11, 2014 06:36 PM · On: Chapter 1

Okay so the first question is who would be carrying the baby, and the second being could Justin fuck either of the girls without feeling guilty or thinking that he was cheating on Brian? Would Mel even allow it?

And speaking of Brian, why didn't he just tell Justin the truth about what he was doing in the shower and why? Justin will never truly understand certain parts of his new life if Brian keeps holding things back. I get that he feels that he is protecting Justin in a way...but is he really? Maybe a bit more exposure is in order here, if not Brian could very well lose Justin to the Amish life once again.

Damn I love this series! ;)

Author's Response:

Hey Tamara :)

Thank you so much, I was hoping someone would be thinking of who Justin was going to do horizontal tango with.  The Brian and Mel answer will come within the first two paragraphs of the next chapter.  LOL I'm learning not to give too much away. 

You are right this Brian does hold back if he thinks it will cause Justin undue pain because he believes Justin has enough to deal with being trust into a life he couldn't possible fully understand.  BTW, I love the way you are cheering for the couple.  I'm trying to picture Justin going back to the Amish way of life and I must say that is a very interesting concept.

Thank you my friend for taking the time to review and letting me know you are enjoying the series.

Cheers :)

Reviewer: sarahyellow (Signed) · Date: June 11, 2014 03:57 PM · On: Chapter 1

I left an honest review in one of the first chapters of your first of these fics, stating that I felt much was taken away from the enjoyment of the story by the grammar mistakes I observed. I had stopped reading thses stories after that. But I read this one on a whim, and I don't see the mistakes I was seeing before. In fact I was really interested in the story because of the supremely unique character you have created for Justin. I think I'm going to go back to the beginning and give these stories another try!

Author's Response:

Hello Sarah. 

Firstly, thank you for taking the time to review.  Also, thank you for giving this series another chance.  I couldn't find a beta and your original review is probably why Janet offered to beta for me, and I am so happy she did, so thank you again.  She is prefect as I wanted someone who wouldn't change my writing, they would just help me with misspelt/misused words, punctuation etc.  She is also the reason you won't find to many mistakes anymore.  When I came to MW Bob made sure I knew this site was a safe haven for new writers.  They don't tolerate trolls and the other authors seem to rally if they think a reviewer is being unkind.  My personal experience on MW is that both authors and reviewers have been fantastic, helping me with errors and telling me if my writing doesn't make sense.  I don't see that as anything, but helpful.  "supremely unique character you have created for Justin" thank you, I'm not a great author, but my ideas are usually distinctive; that's what I strive for.  This reply seems to be full of thank you's and I mean every one of them.  I do get on the soap box occasionally as I like the new authors to be supported and I like them to join in the family atmosphere this site has.  At this point you are the only newish author that has reviewed for me and I can see you are well and truly joining in the fun.  I hope you get as much entertainment out of this site as I do. 

Cheers :)

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