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Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: adamant Signed

Prequels are interesting fodder for any writer. Looks as if Rasher is your alter-ego but anything that helps one carry on after a tragedy is positive.

Author's Response:

I agree I have a fondness for prequels and yes, Rasher has become a favoured character of mine.  Isn't it said write about something you know and I do have an Irish background also the Irish immigrant was as much a part of American Western history as the Chinese were.

Thanks for your reading and reviewing.

Date: 06/09/2020 - 07:33 am [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Tahoe Lee Signed

I like how you blend humor into a sad situation.  Not easy to do, but you do this well.  Little Joe is adorable.  Adam takes on so much responsibility.   Good story. 


Author's Response:

It's my opinionl  Adam and Hop Sing  must've taken on a lot of responsibility during the time of Ben's grieving.  I feel it is often young people/children who can manage the grieving process.  Humour & sadness are hand in glove.

Thanks for your review and kind words.

Date: 06/08/2020 - 08:35 pm [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Sierras Signed

This is an interesting story. Great descriptions ~ vivid. There are some delightful brothers moments.

Author's Response:

Thank you Sierra's.  I do sm pleased you find my decriptions vivid.  It is pleaseiing that you enjoy reading about the  young Cartwright's as much as I likewriting about them.

Date: 06/07/2020 - 01:15 am [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Tracy Signed

With Hop Sing's Approval is a look into the younger Cartwrights and their life after Marie. With an interesting OC and the wisdom of Adam, Hoss, and even little Little Joe - in that order - the boys manage to carry on as Pa grieves. 


An interesting story, ansi.

Author's Response:

Now that I've used Rashers in a few storylines I decided your prompt would make for a good first  introduction.  The months after Marie's death for many writers is but a minefield of situations waiting to happen.

I do enjoy fiddling around with prequels and your seasonal prompts are wordage clay in my hands.

Thanks for reading & reviewing.

Date: 06/01/2020 - 09:13 pm [Report This]
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