Thursday, February 26, 2009

A Pocketful of Poppies - Part Fifteen

I am very happy with the way this chapter turned out and I hope others enjoy it as well. Part fifteen of A Pocketful of Poppies is now posted on Fictionpress so please read it and let me know what you think if you want. It shows some insight into Kim Aldridge and how she sees Justin and it of course moves the relationship between Justin and Poppy forward as well. Thank you as always in advance for reading and reviewing. I really appreciate it.


Anonymous said...

Poor Justin. This chapter left me wanting more! Please write more soon! I lvoe this story!

Anonymous said...

This story is on eof the best stories I've ever read. Seriously. You are an amazing writer! I can't wait to see what will happen next!

littlewiseone said...

WOW. . . Hmm. . . Wow I really loved this chapter. I didn't want it to end. I'm really falling for these characters. I don't know how you do it but uou just blow my mind with the characters you create. I stand in Awe!

Naoise said...

Woo, yay new chapter! I sent you an email as well. I made some story banners for you.

Right, I'm going to read now.

Rocio said...

The subtlety in this chapter was compelling. The times when Kim sees Jason in Justin is so true to life. This happens to a lot of parents who didn't have the most amicable of lives together and split up.

Whether it's from a quick glace and seeing the resemblance to having similar quirks- heredity can't be denied sometimes. Awesome job getting that message across.

Nyah_87 said...

I feel so bad for Justin; just when it seems everythings going well, something awful happens to him.

I love this story, it's probably one of my favourites of yours, and at the end when Justin said, "Don't let go of me," I melted.

P.S - I'm glad you like the pic of Maddy. More will come!


Anonymous said...

Hey! I honestly can not wait for the next chapter. I think for inspiration, you shoud listen to Dispatch. "Walk With You" and "Two Coins". They also have a lot of great love songs as well.

Anonymous said...

I know that you're done writing The Prettiest Thing, but I just stumbled across this picture that I thought for well with Joy in the story.
I love your writing, so keep up the amazing work!

Anonymous said...

Hey Kate,

Happy Saturday! I think "Pushit" by Tool can pretty much describe how Justin feels about his father.


Mariam said...

Seriously, this story is amazing!