Great Story, you capture Harry really good!
Author's Response: Thank you! And thanks for your reviews of my other story as well. Have a wonderful holiday season.
one word: beautiful.
Author's Response: Two words: thank you! And happy holidays! (That's actually 5 words, but. . . well, never mind!)
WONDERFUL Christmas definately came early for Harry when you wrote this, do we get an easter one aswell. I loved this story and will wait patiently for your next Fanfic. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Author's Response: Well, I guess you DID like it! I don't know about an Easter story, but I've started another full-length fic that will - hopefully - be posted starting early in the new year. Merry Christmas to you as well and may you have a joyous new year.
yey another story from you, this has made my day seem more better after the woes of not finding what i wanted to buy for presents, im going to read this when i come back from the shop have to go get dinner and then i will leave a review. what a lovely christmas present from you to all HP fans.
Author's Response: Ah, Christmas shopping. I hate it more every year, yet it's a bit like hitting yourself in the head with a hammer - it feels so good when you quit! Hope you enjoy the story when you finally get a chance to read it.
OMGOSH so good lola liked how ron melted at the sight of hermione holding the baby i was really pleased you kept it in cannon to the letter and i was laughing SO hard when molly went back to scrub down grimmauld place that is so GRANDMA lola loves this story it is going straght to her faves *APLAUSE* *YAY BROVO*~lola~
Author's Response: Hello, Lola. I've missed you! I'm really glad you enjoyed the story, and I'm already at work on another full-length fic which, hopefully, I'll be able to start posting after the first of the year. In the meantime, thanks for your review and your kind words. Have a very happy holiday.
This is an amazing, touching story [: It's very well written and I think it eloquently expresses both the frustration of being without love and happiness, and the joy once one can find it. Good Job! -hands cookie-
Author's Response: Thanks for the cookie and the review. The story of the bells seems ideally suited to Harry Potter, and the gift of love that would make bells ring for him would, of course, be a family of his own. Have a wonderful holiday!
That was very touching indeed! It was a very beautiful one-shot and very apt for the season :)
Author's Response: Thank you very much. If you enjoyed this one, you might want to check out my full-length fic, "The Letter" (if you haven't already, that is). Happy holidays!
good story, does the story have more to it or is that it?
Author's Response: That's it, I'm afraid, at least for this one. I do, however, have a full-length fic with many of these same themes. It's a post-DH, HarryGinny focus story called "The Letter" that you'll probably enjoy if you liked this one. Just click on my author name and you'll find it. Happy holidays!
You are such an amazing writer.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! Happy holidays!
Beautifully written as always. Bless you for the wonderful Christmas present!
Author's Response: Bless you for reading and reviewing. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Wow! This story brought back so many memories from my own life, with the births of my 4 daughters. I agree that, as you had Arthur say, "children have a way of surviving most of our mistakes. I think they can forgive a lot when whatever you do is done with love." None of us are perfect parents, but we do get by well enough as long as we remember that love is the key.
Thanks for a very touching story!
Author's Response: If parents were required to be perfect, no child would survive. But of course Harry, being Harry, would worry about it. Thank goodness he had Arthur to offer advice and set an example. I'm so glad you enjoyed the story and that it brought back tender memories for you. It was a pleasure to write and, as always, your review is deeply appreciated. Happy holidays!