Reviews For Art is Life
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Reviewer: Taiyoukai_Nile Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 03 Nov 2008 8:49:45 PM Title: Art is Life

Haha... I really like this.It goes into the psychosis of InuYasha's fears that stemmed from his childhood...and how Kagome breaks him of it.

I would not mind drawing him too... among other things

Author's Response:

Thanks so much! I did enjoy writing this one - the prompt was something so different for me.

I know what you mean! :)

Reviewer: Inuyasha2002 Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 29 Oct 2007 11:02:18 AM Title: Art is Life

i loved it i am glad more people r making them to come together more instead of his half brother an i loved how u ended this on its wonderful

Author's Response:

Thanks! In the manga it is very clear that InuYasha and Kagome belong together. Truthfully, if she and Sesshomaru were in character, they would just kill each other. You'll find that my fics usually stick with canon pairings. Miroku belongs with Sango just as InuYasha belongs with Kagome.  It should have been clear from the anime, but it ended a couple hundred chapters before the manga (which still goes on).

Thanks again for the review!

Reviewer: Demonlordlover Signed [Report This]
Date: 11 Oct 2007 6:18:22 PM Title: Art is Life

It is a very rare IY/K story that grabs my interest.  I enjoyed the interaction between them.  Given his past, the background on being frightened of looking at a woman is not only entirely believable, but highly probable in a 'real' life setting.

It was sweet, and honest too.  It is okay to look and to admire the beauty of the human body.  No one should be made to feel like a pervert or a deviant for it. 

Again, I enjoyed it.  Thanks! 


Author's Response:

Thanks so much! I really appreciate it. This was one of the hardest pieces I've written. When she won the kiriban, and made this request, I really had to think about how to fulfil her request.  I have to admit, I really enjoyed writing it.

Thanks again for the review!

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