Comments on 'Not Forgotten'

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Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2011-06-30
It was nice, as well as heartbreaking, to see someone truly mourn Fletcher (and I'm not saying no one but Goldspice did - just that it's nice having story with grief for him as its main focus). Goldspice making him a bracelet that would never be worn really hurt, but her making a memento out of it soothed that hurt. Very well written!
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2011-06-24
Aww, this was touching. I really enjoyed a closer look at Goldspice and a relationship we haven't read much about before. But it was also great to see how she is working, something I don't think we've seen explored before, either. Great work!
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2010-07-05
Good job on this, Trena! I particularly liked how it created a connection between two characters we hadn't seen connected before. Even though Fletcher is dead now, it's really important to know about who he had friendships with, like this. It tells us something about Goldspice, too, that is really helpful to know.
Vicki Stephenson
New! Entered: 2010-07-01
This was a very thoughtful, sweet story. It was nice to see more of Goldspice's craft and her feelings about her lost friend.
Heidi Henderson
New! Entered: 2010-05-27
It was nice to see more of a character who really hasn't been written about much. Hope to see more of her!
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2010-05-27
very touching. Too bad you didn't make it in time but that story works really well as stand alone :)
I really like to see Goldspice working at her forge and through her feelings here. I can relate. Sometimes grief needs a little to sink in completely. Great work Rini :)
Linda Aarts
New! Entered: 2010-05-20
Firstly, it's great to see more about Goldspice, who has sadly been one of the more invisible characters of the tribe up till now. I really liked to read about how her mind works, and how she mourned her friends. I also loved how you worked your piece of art into this story (it should be included!!) and how she eventually becomes a little more at ease with the death of her best friend.

Next to that, amazing job on describing the trade! I love reading how the elves work on their craft :)
Hannah Bochart
New! Entered: 2010-05-20
Oh dear, now this is a tear jerker. I love another look into Goldspice, such an integral part of our tribe and yet we know so little about what is going on inside her head. I love the conclusion, how she is not yet ready to leave Fletcher behind, and yet she learns how to carry him with her. Wonderfully played!
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2010-05-20
I know you mentioned somewhere feeling sad that you hadn't gotten this ready in time for the reflective story on Fletcher's death, but this is a great standalone piece, and I really like how you reveal a bit of the relationship she had with him.
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