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Haylie Jaed                   (User #3426) N/A 01/01/2010 10:38:48pm

It's taken me a while to gather enough courage to start opening these author notes and new stories, but I'm glad I opened yours. I have a few things to say.

Number One: I was one of those people who said, "I don't know when I'll ever be able to write again..." but I must admit I didn't have any plans on stopping. Writing has been a huge part of my life for nine years now. It's a form of therapy. Escape. I need it. No death has ever stopped it, and Jimmy's won't stop it either. Heartbreak and devastation can fuel some great stories - I wish people would see that, and use it if they felt the need. I haven't yet, and I don't know if I will. But after reading this, I feel like I'll get back to writing my fanfiction a lot faster than I had thought I would.

Number Two: I love you. I anticipated this story helping me cope with Jimmy's passing, but I didn't realise exactly how much it would help. My eyes only welled up once while I was reading this. That was when Brian said, "I love you, Jimmy." It was half sadness, half that "aww..." kinda thing. But this helped me by really enforcing the thought that he really is in a better place. Sure, we can't say anything for certain - he probably misses his friends, but he'll be watching over them, waiting for their time to come. He'd be happy, living that which he always wrote about. I don't know why, but having Brian there with him in this story was just a great thing for me. I think I'm afraid of him being so alone now. But I'm sure he has friends there. I don't know... Just know that this helped me, too.

Number Three: you are an amazing writer, and I envy that about you. No matter what you write, you always have so much detail without over-doing it. In this, for me, it was the whole thing about being able to tell how somebody died from the colour of the skin. It was so real, and so imaginative, that I just loved it. Amazing. Fantastic job.

Number Four: thank you. Just thank you.

Glad to see you around again.


EV                   (User #7987) N/A 12/31/2009 06:59:16pm

Jimmy wouldn't want us to stop. I bet he's come across one of the many stories posted on here and has gotten a good laugh. Reading fics makes me feel better, especially because of how we all portray him. It may be different but there is one thing we all write about him, he's a hilarious mofo. And that's what I love most about him. I can't stop writing about him. He's too amazing. I love James Owen Sullivan, I will never ever forget him.
We should all stick together, like a family, like the guys always say we are. Families don't quit on each other.

Loved the oneshot btw lol! KEEP WRITING!

VengeanceAtMidnight                   (User #7048) N/A 12/31/2009 05:49:49pm

I loved this. It was sweet and made me smile and feel alot better. (:

You're definitley right. We should carry on writing because like you have shown with your one-shots, it helps people.

Thank you.

haleyhollows                   (User #7133) N/A 12/31/2009 04:32:52pm

Writing makes everything better.
I hope people don't stop writing-Jimmy wouldn't want that to happen.
whoever wrote the fic where they were all sitting in a chat room and Jimmy stole a
blow up doll from Johnny named Scarlett, I love you!

There was one seriously like that!


Anywhoo, we should share our feelings about all of this. We're like one big family...we'll
support each other.

btw, this was a really good shot! (hahahahah) thanks :)

CutieMcfoREVer                   (User #7197) N/A 12/31/2009 07:11:57am

Well your writing sure does make me feel better.
And i also hope people still keep writing, cause everyones
writing sure does help me in a big way.

Great one-shot
loved it

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