Such a cute story. I read this instead of doing some of my ap chemistry homework
Author's Response: Glad you liked it. Be careful with that homework, though. I didn't take AP Chem, but my best friend has frequently had to dash off and skip lunch because she had a "chemistry emergency"...
Awwwww... This is really good story. I love how you managed to tell harry and ginnys lives in children's way. Keep up the great work! :)
Author's Response: Thanks! :)
This was just so sweet and even reminded me a bit of the Beadle the Bard stories.
I thought the dwarf names were genius, and the way the story was told was very powerful - now I feel like taking a nap! Yawn!
The kids' accents were very sweet for me, it contributed to the essence of the story - I'm left with this image of softness, loving & childhood innocence.
The children in the story also aren't all named, and I think that was a good move - letting the fans spot who's who from the Epilogue.
The fairytale approach, the narrative, the blending of HP with the fairytale elements - everything was done masterfully, and I loved it.
Author's Response: Thank you! This was a cotton candy sort of fic, wasn't it? Sweet, innocent, and fluffy...though you wouldn't want to make a (literary) diet of it.
This was wonderful. This was on the shallow end of NG, but delightful nonetheless. I liked the very creative adaptation. Charming and full of fantastic family fluff.
Author's Response: It is very fluffy, must say. But then, it better be; I for one do not think Ginny is anywhere near sadistic enough to tell the version of this story that would give these toddlers nightmares...lol. Glad you enjoyed it!
What a lovely read.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing!
And then Harry spat the poison apple back in Voldemort's face... yeah that's pretty much how I remember it! You do a good job of mixing HP/Snow White/original elements so that it's not just Ginny parroting off a summary of the books.
The dwarf names are the best!
I love how James figures it out in the end. He can actually be pretty smart when he's not wasting his attention poking Albus.
The little kid accents are cute, but hard to read. You might want to look at that. I think there's a way to keep the charm but simplify it just a tiny bit.
Love it, so cute.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! The dwarf names were so much fun to come up with...I am particularly proud of Burny and Sterny :D I'm glad you liked the idea of the mixing plots. Initially I was afraid it would appear as a very see-through summary, but my beta instead told me that it wasn't immediately apparent to her, and that I might want to consider making it more clear....and thanks for the note about the kids' accents. Although I must say, in my experience, little kids are sometimes kind of hard to understand!
Beautiful. What a great way to look at the story. Love all those black and red mops of hair sleeping next to each other too :)
Author's Response: Lol, who doesn'tI love cute little kids? Thanks for reviewing!