Reviews For Don't Fret
Reviewer: slytherins_queen2
Date: 11/19/07 3:03
Chapter: Don't Fret

I really liked it. I loved how it was in Remus' mothers POV as well, I think that was awesome. I really like your style of writing, you wrote the emotions down well, so it was easy for the reader to sympathyze. Well done, keep up the great work!

Author's Response: Thank you for reading.

Reviewer: Hermione Clone
Date: 07/27/07 14:41
Chapter: Don't Fret

That was amazing! I loved how it was from Remus's mother's POV.
Keep up the good work!

Author's Response: Thanks! I originally had it from the father's POV, but then I read in an interview with Jo that his mother was a muggle. I just decided that having it from a non-wizarding POV would be something new for me.

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