Reviewer: Idiot of ravenclaw
Date: 05/31/07 15:24
Chapter: Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony

this is really good but some-what sad I don't get how some people are so good at writing

Author's Response: Practise. Seriously, I have about three full length fics I wrote when I started out, and you know what? There's a reason they're not on here. Starts with "Th". Ends with "ey sucked". So, you wanna write well? My advice is to write crappy. But write a LOT of crappy and one day ... well, it won't be crappy any more. Anyway, pep talk over. Thanks for reviewing, I'm glad you liked it!

Reviewer: cocomaloco
Date: 05/31/07 6:48
Chapter: Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony

aaaw that was well sweet. and i thank you for not portraying peter as the lackey or suspiscious or even justdownright stupid. Even though he is evil, you are the only writer i have seen who has shown him as the best friend he once was and as quite clever and friendly, cos it really annoys me that people dont write him as the maurauders saw him cos theyre biased *rant over*
sorry about that,lol. its a really food piece and i love your style of fliking back to the past but skipping years, just how memories relly do come about, your a talented and realistic writer thanx!

Author's Response: Thank you! Especially about the Peter thing, because I do struggle with that sometimes ... there are definitely other fics where Peter is cool out there, I definitely remember reading one in particular ... but I don't remember anything else about it *embarrassed* I have the worst memory for detail, I swear. Anyway, I'm glad you liked it! Thanks so much!

Reviewer: echo123
Date: 05/30/07 20:32
Chapter: Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony

I loved it! I just wish there was a bit more.
-sigh- I miss reading this stuff.
:D

Author's Response: Glad you liked it, always a pleasure. But why do you miss reading this stuff? Is there a reason why you can't? And what exactly do you mean by stuff? Anyway, thanks very much I'm glad you liked it!

Reviewer: I Am Peeves
Date: 05/30/07 17:07
Chapter: Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony

Short, but really good. I knew it would be!

Author's Response: Aw, thanks, I'm glad you have faith in me! Sorry about the shortness, though. I didn't think there was much else left to say. Also, I wrote this when I was on holiday, so it was all longhand at first draft. It felt a lot longer then! =D

Reviewer: A_Pink_lady
Date: 05/30/07 16:27
Chapter: Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony

That was so brillaint, and so sad...Poor remus...If only he knew...i really enjoyed that....loved it....

Author's Response: Thanks, I'm glad to hear it! Yay, first review! And quick, too. Congratulations. Thanks for reading, and thanks even more for reviewing!

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