Reviewer: emonkey_10
Date: 05/04/08 21:39
Chapter: 3: Corrine

that was so sweet you totally have to continue it PLEASE!!!!!!!!!! i love seamus

Reviewer: baconandlettuceandtomato
Date: 04/12/06 19:42
Chapter: 3: Corrine

Great job! The last line was classic!!! I loved it. And I absolutely love Carry On My Wayward Son ! Go Kansas! Okay peace -balat

Author's Response: Woo, COWS! That's such a fantastic song. And *you're* a fantastic reviewer -- thanks!

Reviewer: Her My Own EE
Date: 01/16/06 21:53
Chapter: 3: Corrine

That was beautiful. I really liked your character Cori. She was very real. Strenghts that she couldn't see, weakness that she saw in abundance and more emotion then she could handle. Seamus was well rounded as well. I like seeing secondary characters filled in a bit. Your story was very moving. Actually, I've read most of the "Winter Snows" stories, yours is the only one that moved me to review. (Usually, I review more but there was too much neativity in soo many of these stories.) Your story had the benefit of reality. I've been there when shortly after a death people are laughing and joking. I know that it isn't always that way, but, sometimes it is the only way to get through the moment. It was truely refreshing to see some actual hope in with all the angst. In the end with all their losses they realized they could be happy and move on, without treating people horribly or getting yelled at by a loved one. I'm off to see if you've written anything else.

Author's Response: Cori was the first OC that I ever made a character web thing for and clearly defined all her bad points. Most of my OCs tend to be Sues otherwise, and I didn't want Cori to wander into Suedom. And whoa, my story is way complimented now (well, I am too, of course, lol). And ha, you summed up in the last part of your review everything that I was trying to say in this story. Kudos for that one, and thanks SO much for this review, it's really very sweet of you. :)

Reviewer: ginnyweasly186
Date: 01/10/06 22:20
Chapter: 3: Corrine

Your story was amazing. It was sweet and touching and you even got a tear leaking out of my was really a great story. I wouldn't change anything about it. It's perfect.

Author's Response: Whoops, double post! Hey, happens to the best of us...

Reviewer: ginnyweasly186
Date: 01/10/06 22:19
Chapter: 3: Corrine

Your story was amazing. It was sweet and touching and you even got a tear leaking out of my was really a great story. I wouldn't change anything about it. It's perfect.

Author's Response: *hands a kleenex* That makes me really happy, though, that you wouldn't change anything about this story. Aww. I feel so cheerful now! :D Thanks very much!

Reviewer: Hog_Dreamer
Date: 12/28/05 12:36
Chapter: 1: Corrine

I really liked it! It was a bit of a downer, but well written. It made me like those characters that bit more. Good job!

Author's Response: It is a bit depressing, innit? The prompt had said to reflect on the times, which were kinda depressing...ah well. Thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: Chris_04
Date: 12/22/05 11:23
Chapter: 3: Corrine

Wow. That's all I can say. Wow. That was so awesome! I raerly go for all of that fluff, but wow, you pulled it off really well!!! I loved your story so much, and I can't imagine why I'm the only one who has reviewed. Your writing is so awesome! Keep it up! :)

Author's Response: Hahaha! Yup, this is fluff EVERYWHERE. It oozes fluff obscenely. (All we need is some bread and peanut butter now...okay, I'll stop the bad puns.) I'm glad you think it fits, though. Thank you!

Reviewer: Tania Dalyn4
Date: 12/19/05 7:22
Chapter: 1: Corrine

This story completely drew me in! I loved it! Your OC is great and Seamus is such an under-used character, I loved that you explored him a bit. Will have to look for more of your stories... 10!

Author's Response: Seamus never gets any spotlight, poor boy, and I do like him quite a bit. Thanks for this review! (Ohh, I feel so reviewed back in December and I haven't answered until now! For shame, self!)

Reviewer: pandafan81
Date: 12/17/05 21:29
Chapter: 1: Corrine

Very nicely written. I feel bad for Seamus but am glad he finds an old friend to confide in. Is Corrine one of the unmentioned 7th years or in Ginny's year?

Author's Response: *facepalm* Yup, I definitely meant to include this fact in my story: Corrine is one of the unmentioned 7th years, she and Loretta. Sorry about that, but, er, thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: urmyonlyone_073
Date: 12/04/05 2:49
Chapter: 1: Corrine

wow that situation feels really familiar, just kind of acting like youd never known each other because your scared that the other has forgotten you. i've been through that, which is probably why i like the story so much:D your a really great writer:)

Author's Response: This story was sort of written from experience...stuff similar to Seamus and Corrine's plight has happened to me, but not on this scale. It sucks though, and I'm verrah sorry it happened to you. *hugs* And thanks for reviewing a lonely old story, made me quite the happy camper!

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