Date: September 30, 2007 02:25 pm Title: Chapter 1
I loved this. So hot. And extremely well written. You write Jim very well. Great job!!
Author's Response: Thanks a lot, camerasparring. In a way, I think Jim's one of the easier characters to write -- better developed than most on the show.
Date: March 30, 2007 06:47 pm Title: Chapter 1
I can't fathom how in the world there are only 3 reviews for this story. Even if slash is not "your thing" (not you, the reader) it's gotta be said that you (you, not the reader) are an amazing writer. You put Jim in this place where he can be that guy and yet still be Jim. I'm rambling and making absolutely no sense.
I second the Hee! to kaystar's comment...I thought the same thing.
And yeah...I'm review-stalking you. I realized how little I actually review so I decided to go back and re-read some favorites and rectify that. You'll probably be hearing alot of rambling coming from me in the next few days - I apologize in advance. :)
Author's Response: More reviews to come? Awesome! [/review whore] Seriously, thanks for your insights -- it's gratifying to hear that Jim is in character here. I love writing him. :)
Date: January 03, 2007 06:32 pm Title: Chapter 1
I had kind of forgotten how much I loved this story. Love your version of lost, confused, desperate-to-forget Jim who is still so recognizable as Jim, with hopes of peg-legs and insecurity about his social status even though he effortlessly charms all the ladies.
And even the mini-story within the story was fantastic and evocative. I had visions (rather yummy visions) or youngJim on a boat.
And it should say something that I wrote this much without mentioning the overwhelming HOTNESS. So, so hot...and desperate and aching...and hot again. Loved it.
Author's Response: Thanks, yippee! It's such a tribute to the show's writers that there's so much to Jim's character (or that so much can be imagined). Yay, Office writers :)
Date: January 03, 2007 01:08 pm Title: Chapter 1
I just read this again, and I have to say that besides being a terrific portrait of Jim in all his displaced (nearly existential) glory...it is also indescribably hot. And sad. And hot. (And I'm not even a slash afficionado.) Oh, and the last paragraph is especially fine.
Author's Response: Thanks, Colette! I love thinking about Jim's disconnect sometimes.