okay, that was soooo amazing, u are an AMAZING wirter!
Author's Response: haha thanks; I'm glad I have such awesome readers like YOU! :D
This was really brilliant. I loved it, fantastic description and dialogue, I'm moving onto Part 2 right now. I'm hoping it'll be just as good.
Author's Response: lol I hope so too! I must admit...out of all the stories I've written, this one isn't one my favorites. I still like it, don't get me wrong, but there's just something...I keep rereading it, hoping the perfect fix will jump out at me, but so far, no luck. Maybe it'll get edited down the road when I have an epiphany :P
That was a good story. But why did Hermione say Cedric. I thought she was in love with Oliver.
Author's Response: Great catch! Lol when I first started writing it WAS Cedric, but I decided Oliver fit the story better. I thought I'd changed all the names though-thanks for pointing that one out! :D
It seemed at first as if it was for James to Lily but as I got to reading it more it seemed TOTALLY Ron and Hermione!
Author's Response: I've always had this theory that Ron's a lot more in tune with reality than he seems at times. He can be such a numbskull, but sometimes I'm sure it's just an act so, in the earlier books, Hermione wouldn't know how much he liked her. It was fun to write him like that, and make it so that Hermione's not the only one who's been thinking of them together...
Loved the Fred and George one, very funny, their dearest ambitions. And I liked the first one too, I see it mostly as Ron and Hermione, but also a bit as someone with Rose Weasley perhaps.
Author's Response: I had a hard time coming up with strange things for their ambitions. It IS Fred and George, so they're capable of anything, but it's hard to not go completely overboard. :P
As a Harry Potter-based fanfic, I think it kinda has to be Ron about Hermione. I mean, I think you'd have to invent characters who were in just the same situation as they were in order to make it work for anyone else. But I did like the emotion behind it, and the writing flowed well. I think you did a good job capturing Ron's feelings (with the prior assumption, of course, that he'd ever write a journal in the first place).
Author's Response: Very true, unless you wanted to take in a slightly AU sort of direction, and slid your own female character of choice into place. It could really work for anyone, part of the reason I didn't put any names in. I wanted to sort of leave it up to the reader.