I just read another reviewer's entry about the 30 hates in the story. I'd like to contradict them and explain that parallelism, or the use of repitition, is actually stronger when trying to express an emotion than using various words with the same meaning. So I congratulate you on great writing usage.
Author's Response: That's what I was trying to get across when I was writing this story so thank you!
All I can say is : wonderfully written, poetic structuring and word choice, new and original idea...and I'm sorry for whatever personal experience you must have gone through to understand it.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! Yes, I can relate to how I have portrayed Ginny, but in a different way.
Hmmm... I don't know what I think about this fic. It's bold as the reviewer above said, but I dunno if it was powerful enough. There was over 30 "I hate"s, maybe an enlargened vocabulary?
Hmmm... hate as a stronger emotion than love? Personally, I don't really think so.
However, love/hate relationships exist, and although I don't think that Harry and Ginny have that kind of thing between them, it sort of works in this story. Very bold writing.
Author's Response: Okay, I'm not trying to discourage what you believe but I just want to give my view on hate being stronger than love. When you love someone, you want to spend the rest of your life with them and they are so important to you. However, when you hate someone, you want them dead. Literally. In this story, obviously, Ginny doesn't want Harry dead but she wants to hate him with all her heart for what he did to her. I hope you understand where I'm coming from here. Thanks for reviewing!