Reviewer: Bookwormy
Date: 10/21/07 8:10
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Aw, poor Corrie. This fic really makes me feel that muggles really are ignorant. Poor people...anyway, it was really a very ingenius idea to write all the gof happenings from a muggle's point of view. When I'd read Gof, i'd wondered what the muggles might feel about that incident but I never got around to writing it...
good job.

♥ Menka

Author's Response: Thank you. :)

Reviewer: Valentinia
Date: 08/02/06 18:25
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Poor kid. It must have been so awful for a nine-year-old child to have to see what the Death Eaters did to her family! It's good how at first Corrie is delighted and curious and then she's so confused and scared, until she finally decides to get rid of the diary. You might want to clarify that they aren't campers at the beginning, though. It was just a bit confusing.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. :)

Reviewer: Traggles
Date: 07/02/06 1:38
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

That is very good. Ther are so many magical people, and sometimes, it's nice to read something from a muggles point of veiw, just like this.

Author's Response: Thank you. ;)

Reviewer: Octopus
Date: 07/02/06 1:13
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Thats funny. I wondered who the levitated people were in goblet of fire, and now you wrote a story about it. It is very good.

Author's Response: Thanks! :)

Reviewer: Fly to Dawn
Date: 06/29/06 8:51
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

I think that this story is really eye-catching, as it's written from a Muggle's POV.

I loved the first parts of Corrie's diary, where she is fascinated by the witches and wizards who seem foreign ro her...

This story shows how helpless the Muggles are, how they can't understand magic, and how they just have to think it's all a dream when they do see some magic going on - the part when Corrie thinks she's going mad was really sad...and it made me want to curse the Death Eaters!

I keep wishing that there was a sequel planned, eg Corrie goes to Hogwart's....but this story is fabulous just on it's own!

Author's Response: Thank you. :)

Reviewer: coppercurls
Date: 04/09/06 16:45
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Good job, I never would have thought to write a story from the campsite owner's perspective. I like the detail into the girls family life, however, I would have liked to see her relationship with her brothers developed a bit more. Also, at one point you mention that one of the wizards winks at her, yet the next line says how no one ever notices her. This just seemed to be a little contradictory, particularly since the one follows the other. Good job overall, I enjoyed this story.

Author's Response: Thanks, Kristin. o.O. You're right! I have to modify that, I guess. ~bL

Reviewer: winky123
Date: 04/05/06 0:11
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

This was a very interesting fiction. It never even occurred to me to write about the QWC in a muggle perspective. I liked that you chose to write in diary entries and that she chose to get rid of it in the end. Although, I wonder what would happen if someone found it? You could write another one-shot about someone finding the diary. That would be interesting. The ministry are in trouble though arn't they? They should have been so much more careful not to let a muggle girl witness all these strange and terrifying things. But like you said 'no one ever notices her'. I was rather amused at Corrie's references to her relatives. I especially liked that Aunt Nellie always tells her not to swear. :) I hope one of the ministry officials was nice enough to fix up her poor father's 'panda' face :) Great Job!

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing... yes, I could write a sequel I guess ;), but later I guess because I'm currently working on two one-shots simultaneously called At the Brockdale Bridge and Alastair Potter... thanks anyhow!

Reviewer: HP_Ber
Date: 03/15/06 9:50
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

What an absolutely interesting and fun way of observing the magical world! The mind of a 9-year-old Muggle at work during the Quidditch World Cup, at the campsite? Inspired! I thought her fear was quite well written, as well as her intrigue. I must echo the question - was her Uncle Richie a Death Eater? Or is the Skeleton mask a coincidence?

Author's Response: Thank you so much for those nice comments!!!! Uncle Richie is a nice, ordinary Muggle.. he's no Death Eater! He just happened to have a skeleton mask.. he's like that.. he loves to keep his boyhood ~bL

Author's Response: P.S. You readers ask me such interesting questions!! Someone on another site asked me if the 'throwing rubbish' things were actually portkeys!! I said no, Britain hadn't hosted the cup the previous year, so it couldn't be like that. I'm so impressed that people can actually think of things like that.. thanks anyhow, and keep reading!! ~bL

Reviewer: _ ilovegredandforge _
Date: 03/10/06 16:20
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

This was really good! Was her uncle Richie a Death Eater? You said he had a skeleton mask. Great Job!! -catie

Author's Response: No, no! Uncle Richie is just an ordinary Muggle with an ordinary skeleton mask.. He's a good man... xD. Thanks for reviewing! ~bL

Reviewer: MithrilQuill
Date: 02/22/06 10:48
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Very unique. I was going "Nooo" when she decided to throw it away in the end. It would be funny if she got a Hogwarts letter a few years later. Anyways great job, it was a good read...=)

Author's Response: Thank you Mithril!! ~bL

Reviewer: xcxcharlottexcx
Date: 02/02/06 10:25
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Thats a really unique fanfic. I loved it. *****10/10*****

Author's Response: Thank you! ~ bL

Reviewer: Hermy1Granger
Date: 02/01/06 20:04
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

Oh, lovely! I thought it was wonderful. Creative, and very original. I'd never thought to look at the World Cup scene from a Muggle's point of view. Thank you for providing me with such an interesting read.

Author's Response: aww- thanks ~bL

Reviewer: HermyRox12
Date: 01/21/06 12:15
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

I like this story. I think you have all your facts straight. Very creative. I found this story in the forums. Good job.

Author's Response: Thank you for checking this out!! ~bL

Reviewer: Queen Akilah
Date: 01/17/06 0:46
Chapter: The Lost Diary of a Muggle

This is a really good story. I think it was clever the way you made her start out liking the campers, but then made Corrie start noticing them getting stranger and stranger. Brilliant idea!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! :)

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