I really like your characters. You have done a good job making them interesting and likeable. I would like to see more stories about them in the future.
Author's Response: Hi again, Sydney. I'm glad you read this story too. There's always a risk in writing Original Characters because some readers only want to read about the major characters in the books. But that can eventually get boring. I wanted to branch out into someone a little different, so I wrote about the transfer students who were mentioned in Chapter 11 of Deathly Hallows, where Remus reads about them in the newspaper. I have also always wondered about wizarding agriculture; where do they get their groceries? It's true that kids who grow up on farms are different from kids who don't grow up on farms; they are generally more pragmatic, more competent, more creative, and they are used to taking adult responsibilities from an early age. Compare this to Draco, who was so eager to become a Death Eater so that he could feel like an adult; Howard has considered himself to be an adult for a long time, with good reason. Thank you so much for the review. :)
Author's Response: Thanks, Dad, for saying that it's a good one. My son and daughter both said they think it is the best one I have done so far.