This is an awesome story!! I really hope you update it again soon!
Author's Response: Thanks, I'll try my best.(:
Why did Kherington suddenly decide that after all these years as posing as various reclusive Hogwarts students that she suddenly wants to make friends? Aren't friends a complication, because they generally want to keep in touch after school? It's a little suspicious if you don't age at all, but it's also a little suspicious if you stop communicating with them and seem to vanish of the face of the Earth.
I do love Twilight, but I'm glad that isn't the inspiration for this story. I liked "Tuck Everlasting" a lot when I read it a few years ago, and it's neat that you thought of it in creating a story. I'm eager to find out what's going to happen with "Paint Me Eternal"!
Author's Response: One of these days, I hope Kherington tells ME...no, seriously, I'm planning on developing that part over the whole story. And thanks for the review!
Well, you already know what it reminds me of, I bet :]
But no worries, I like it. This could be a really really great story. Hurry and prove all us people who are thinking of vampires wrong!
Author's Response: I'm just gonna do this in a nutshell. Shooting myself in the foot, think Tuck Everlasting, thanks for the review.
Intriguing. The premise of the story, especially of the second chapter, seems suspiciously like Twilight, but I have confidence that you'll take it in a wholly different direction than I'm expecting. I'm looking forward to reading more.
Author's Response: *sigh* I'm very unenthused now. But grateful for your review, nonetheless. I'm glad for your confidence and excited that you're "looking forward to reading more." It really does mean a lot. I guess I'm going for that Tuck Everlasting feel above a Twilight-y one.
Oh, this is intriguing so far! How are these people not dead? Somehow it reminds me suspiciously of Twilight, seeing as how they never age and have to move around. But they seem entirely human. I'm confused, which means I can't wait to find out more! Please update soon.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! And I was sort of afraid of that, to be honest. I like Twilight well enough, but it did quite ruin the idea of immortality for me. However, I'm glad that you're receptive to the story. Thanks so much for your confusion (if that makes sense)!
Wow, this is really powerful. I like the way she lays it all out for you to judge and then immediately retracts that, saying she doesn't care what you think, while still trying to justify it. There's something very human in that, which makes her situation more believable despite it being so strange. That was really clever. :)
Author's Response: Thank you so much, Ema! And thanks for being the first reviewer - it made my little day. I'm really trying to build up Kherington as a complicated character, but I really need her to still be human. I'm glad that it came through. Thanks for the awesome review.