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Name: One Lily (Signed) · Date: 02/02/11 10:59 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley

Author's Response: Thanks -N-

Name: lovelle (Signed) · Date: 01/30/11 2:52 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
"I know, too, that Ron and Hermione are much more violent than you two."
i seriously laughed at this part! hahaha!

i like it! arthur is such a dad, especially when it came to Ginny! LOL!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Hermione and Ron have always had a very physical relationship. Arthur is, as he tells Harry, "the man who raised the twins." -N-

Name: TeamHarry112 (Signed) · Date: 12/31/10 23:06 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
LUV IT!!! I love how you put it in Arthur's POV instead of somebody else that everyone would expect!!! LUV

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. -N-

Name: EmmyT (Signed) · Date: 12/18/10 13:15 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
Wow! I've never read a story in Arthur's point of view and I never thought I would, but this story left me pleasantly surprised! Well done!

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Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I'm a big fan of Arthur and I have been aver since he told Harry "You're talking to the man who raised the twins." -N-

Name: desertsol98 (Signed) · Date: 12/13/10 22:46 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
great story.

Author's Response: Thanks -N-

Name: harrynutter (Signed) · Date: 11/30/10 12:57 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
You are brilliant!!! This was awesome, Arthur has long been one of my fav ha just does not get much attention. You provide a very interesting perspective.
Thanks for posting.

Author's Response: Thanks. I'm a big fan of Arthur. In my mind (and on the monster of a spreadsheet I use as a timeline for my stories) this story takes place the day after the events of Spontaneity. -N-

Name: iwishicouldwrite (Signed) · Date: 11/21/10 11:54 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
Oh my gosh this is an adorable story!! We never get to see what's going on inside Mr. Weasley's head so i really enjoyed his perspective - he's smarter than we give him credit for!

Author's Response: Thank you. Arthur does not spend every waking moment thinking about Muggles. He was a member of the Order of the Phoenox, after all. -N-

Name: chattyswimmer (Signed) · Date: 11/02/10 10:46 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
I loved it! It was exactly like the Mr. Weasley I imagine! I loved how you portrayed him, because it is true that the kids always think they can get away with anything....I really enjoyed this because in it, you proved that notion wrong....I've always had a feeling that that was what Mr. Weasley was like, but you put it into words beautifully. Thanks!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. My theory is that Arthur is the quiet observer, and also that he's the last line of defence. molly deals with day to day discipline, but when the twins try to trick Ron into making an Unbreakable Vow, that's when Arthur steps in. This is not my most read one shot (that is Sleepless Night), though it is second. It is, however, the most reviewed story. Everyone seems to like it. Or, perhaps, everyone likes Arthur. (-: N

Name: xrosegalx (Signed) · Date: 09/29/10 13:42 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
this is really really good

Author's Response: Thank you. I hope that you like my other stuff, too. N

Name: ElenaPetrova (Signed) · Date: 09/29/10 4:55 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
love it! soo good.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review

Name: BookWorm530 (Signed) · Date: 09/27/10 20:51 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
It was interesting to see an outside view of the couples looking in and I enjoyed seeing Molly and Arthur still in love after all those years : ) He read all of their body language and conversation very well....well written!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. This is my most read (and most reviewed) one shot. There are obviously a lot of Arthur fans out there and it was a lot of fun writing about H/G and R/H from his perspective. N

Name: magickquill (Signed) · Date: 09/03/10 12:14 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
I was really impressed by this. Arthur's personality is spot-on, and the observations are clever and fun to read. I really loved this.

Author's Response: Thank you, this is by far my most reviewed and most read story (more than double the reads of most of my one shots) so you're not alone. The fact that it was a lot of fun to write is a bonus. Thanks again. N

Name: Teenster1967 (Signed) · Date: 08/12/10 22:47 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley

Author's Response: Ta!

Name: PattyPotter (Signed) · Date: 08/12/10 1:49 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
I really like your writing style. I loved hearing Mr. Weasley's prospective! It was a nice change! Also, do you think you are going to write about there trip to Rhodes? That would be really cool!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I have a "prequel" (I hate that word) to this story submitted (Spontaneity) and I have a rough draft of something called "Four Owls" which is set on Rhodes. I'm trying to finish Aurors and Schoolgirs first. N

Name: NinjaBuddy (Signed) · Date: 07/06/10 21:35 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
This is an amazing job, considering what you have to work with. Arthur was a very hard character to write, probably, and I believe you portrayed him very well.

Author's Response: I needed to get a handle on Arthur. I'm glad that you think I've succeeded. Thanks. N

Name: GinnyPotterFan26 (Signed) · Date: 02/21/10 12:05 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
This was a really fun read. I think that you captured the spirit of Arthur Weasley really well. I can't say that I ever thought about this ability of his before, but now that you've brought it to my attention, it makes a lot of sense with his character.
There are a few spots throughout where the language is not quite what I think would fit Arthur Weasley, but he speaks so little (compared to, say, the trio) in the books that it's hard to form a concrete opinion of what kind of language he would use. But despite that, I think you conveyed the feelings and emotions well throughout.

Author's Response: Iím not certain how much of Arthurís observational abilities I can justify from Canon. But he must be good at something. Youíre right about how little he speaks. That was one of my problems. He says very little in this story, either. That fact was what finally forced me into the First Person POV. Neil

Name: OkiBlossom (Signed) · Date: 02/19/10 16:23 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley

Oh my God. This is amazing! You have such talent.. I knew whatever you wrote would be good, but this is simply one of the best things I have ever read pertaining to fan fiction. You're a picky Englishman with literature, so I love that you know your stuff. Seriously? JKR would be proud. And Arthur Weasley too? He is definately one of my favourites. I come from a family of eight kids (and oddly enough I have a similar surname if you take away a letter - but that's not important) and this view of knowing your children without 'knowing them' is quite good.

Well, you said constructive, so I'm going to aim for that. Grammatically, you have no flaw that I can see. Personally, I was looking for a recouncilation or mention of Percy (you missed him), but that's completely up to you. Not everybody ends up whole again.

Your most impressive move, N? You NEVER switched POV, for all you had to do was switch the chair position. And the vacant expression as a mask? Briliant. Personally, I see the disguising emotion thing as a talent from having an army of kids (I tell my Dad he procreated too much), and that Dumbledore would not have been so enthusiastic about that skill, but there you are. You missed a few commas here and there, but you can just go over and re-read.

Yeah, I think Bill would know ...
It would just piss Charlie off a bit...

Amazing, N, I'm speechless. Oh, Arthur's sight seems to be really fine considering he's getting on in age. Some of those facial expressions are hard to pick up on even if he has a 'trick'.
(That's me tryijng to find a flaw ... poor attempt, isn't it?)

You are a good writer, N. I'm Arthur happy. You paint Arthur well on these pages.

Well done, sir, well done.


Author's Response: Arthur and Molly are obviously still in love (at least it seems obvious to me) and the hints in the books seem to indicate that Molly is in charge of discipline, but that if Arthur feels that someone has done something really dreadfully wrong (like attempting an unbreakable vow) he will take over. I like to believe that Molly tries to keep them all right, and that the kids know that they have REALLY overstepped the mark if Dad gets involved. Percy (and Audrey) were mentioned, but only in passing. Iíd never considered Arthurís eyesight, perhaps heís wearing glasses? Neil

Name: mlskojin (Signed) · Date: 02/19/10 10:21 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
A great little look into the interworkings of a father's mind. I liked the way you incorperated all the little tells that people don't really know that they have but others can see.

Author's Response: Thank you. After seven kids (including Fred and George) arthur must be clever and subtle, or be driven crazy, -N-

Name: Juliet360 (Signed) · Date: 02/16/10 0:44 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
Lovely! Absolutly lovely! Arthur has always been my favorite character and there are not nearly enough stories about him.

Author's Response: I wrote this simply to try to figure Arthur out. Arthur: husband, father Ö and watcher with a sense of humour (and the ability (when essential) to overrule his wife). -N-

Name: madhumakhi (Signed) · Date: 02/15/10 8:09 · For: The Mind of Arthur Weasley
I really lyk this story . U have certainly painted arthur as a father and a husband very well .

Author's Response: Thanks -N-

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