This is most excellent! Short and sweet!
It makes me want to reread the entire series JUST so I can pick up clues of the Lily/ Sev ship
Sigh, why can't Snape see the quiet nature of Harry? Harry was certainly nothing like James his first year! And yet, as Dumbledore said, Snape sees what he wants to see. I think it's so he doesn't have to dwell too much on Lily, but rather so he can take out his boiled anger on "Potter's son." Good characterization! This was a fun and nostalgic read. :D
Author's Response: Ah, well, Harry seemed pretty quiet then and there. However, we know that he has quite the temper! Hahaha, nope, James and Harry were pretty much nothing alike - except perhaps rationalization? Haha, yes. Very true. Thank you. (Bow)
Very interesting I personally would love reading more of these one shots from Snape's perspective :-)
Author's Response: A long time ago, I had plans for that - I may still, but I've been SO busy it's not funny. ;) Thanks.
that is soooo good.
i never realy thought what harrys first day would do to severus. but that sounds like it. good job! =)
Author's Response: Thank you! Haha, I guess. Thanks. XD
You're really good. It's a Sev's point of view and have to admit I like it. I would like you wrote something more. It's a bit funny and tragic, in both ways. More tragic, I think, but interesting. You've got such a psycological approach, I appreciate this.
Author's Response: Sorry my reply's so late, my computer's been acting up... Thank you, and I'm glad you liked my story. I've been planning forever to have a series of moments from the Harry Potter books from Severus' point of view, but I've never gotten around to it... tragic.... all right. I wasn't really thinking along that line, but it's good feedback. I was just trying to sort out all Severus' feelings, memories, instructions... he's a very, very confusing character, very deep and traumatic. I'm not much of a psycologist, I didn't know my little story could be seen that way! If you want to see something more psycological, look up LukiLeata. =) Thanks for reading!
I love Severus. : ) I like your premise. I would love to write the whole series from Severus's point of view. He is a fascinating character.
Author's Response: Well, that's sort of what I'm working on - except only the important parts. For example, we don't exactly want to hear how upset he is about the third year Hufflepuff's untidiness. And yes, he is an amazing character : he's probably the deepest one, then Dumbledore. They're both just so interesting! ;)
Yay! I love reading what Snape was (supposedly) really thinking...Very nice. Waiting for more!
Author's Response: Are you doubting me, missy? I've never seen you write about Snape like this. Much more mature, I've written. J.K. And you, at least, know there will be more.
Note to all readers: Any odd language, weird coughing, or confusing sentances must be excused when it has to do with LukiLeata, Selena Weasley, and Scorpiea Malfoy. For no reason easily typed out.
One of the best Lily/Sev storys I have read!!! I need more!!! It feels almost like I"m reading a HP book... (JKR like) ^_~
Author's Response: Thank you thank you thank you so so so so so much. I never, ever thought my writing would compare to anything J.K. Rowling wrote, and you can't believe the huge, incomprehensibly large compliment you gave me. I am, actually planning a while series like this, but I don't know when the next will be up. I'm glad you like it! =)
wow. this was excellently written. make some more!
Author's Response: Thank you, thank you, I am in progress of writing one right now! How do you think about Snape....... finding Harry and Ron? Refereeing Harry's Quidditch match? Going to Voldemort after his rebirth? Teaching Harry Occlemency.... the list goes on.
That was really good! I especially loved the use of the "..." because it reminds me of Alan Rickman's pausing :) Very well written and very interesting to read!
Author's Response: Thanks! I actually didn't notice anything about the pausing.... that's how I write! I guess it's just ironic how Snape was my character. Out of all the actors in Harry Potter, two of them deserve Oscars: Alan Rickman, and Evanna Lynch. Thank you, thank you for all your nice compliments! I love your story, Snowflakes, and am waiting eagerly for a new chapter! =)
Very, very well done. It was interesting-as much as I'm not a fan of Snape's-to see the first day of Harry's first year at Hogwarts from Snape's perspective.
You characterised Snape very well, adding in both his loathing of James and love for Lily to his reactions and personality. I like how you hinted at other parts of the series, such as his association with the other Marauders, and the flashback from fifth year.
It was short, to the point, and well written. Kudos.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm not really a big Snape fan either, but I do think that he is probably the most interesting character in the series. Actually, I'm planning a little series of stories about Snape.... =) After all, Harry is there for six years.... Thank you about Snape's characterisation, it was a bit difficult, because he's so.....messed up inside. He loved her so much, and hated him so much, so it was tricky. =) Did I hint at other parts of the seiries? Hmnn. Must have slipped under the radar. =) I just think that Harry would cause Snape some turmoil, even just by looking at him. After all, Snape did have some..... bad experiences.... with the rest of the Marauders. I think that Snape has a quite a lot of flashbacks, but he's pretty good at concealing them. =) J.K. Thank you so much for reviewing!
This is awesome! If you write more short stories in this style from anyone's perpective I will read them!
Author's Response: Thank you! I definetley will, I am planning a 'Snape' series. Like, him teaching Harry Occlemency, how he feels about Lupin coming to the school, killing Dumbledore.... I'm not sure where that will take me, but I'm glad you'll read them!