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Name: Kerichi (Signed) · Date: 07/08/16 11:23 · For: No Ghost is Safe
Ingrid's such a melancholy character. When she witnesses the corpse army, she doesn't go to Hogwarts to warn the living. She's drawn there for the security, but even then fears the living so much she turns away. Her angst drove me crazy, lol, but I can see why the story was nominated for a QSQ. Good job!


Name: Fynnsmom (Signed) · Date: 09/25/15 0:15 · For: No Ghost is Safe
I didn't know there was a challenge. I should check this out. I'm not real good with timelines though. I can understand where you were coming from.


Name: Fynnsmom (Signed) · Date: 09/24/15 19:29 · For: No Ghost is Safe
I wonder if I would be a ghost like Moira. I think that would be fun if I happened to be a ghost. Seeing all those places would be great. I honestly like stories when there's more dialogue. This was good though too.

Author's Response: Maybe I should write a story from Moira's perspective then! ;) I am glad you liked her, however brief she may have been in the story. (I've got to say I do like reading things with dialogue, too, but for me, it is difficult to write dialogue when in First Person, and as Ingrid was a rather reserved person, it wouldn't be likely for her to have many conversations anyway.) I hope other people get involved in the challenge, so we can all read and review each other's ghost stories!


Name: Dad (Signed) · Date: 09/24/15 10:45 · For: No Ghost is Safe
The thought comes to me. How do you give a ghost a potion made from mandrake root? Do you mix it with whiskey to make it more like a spirit?

Author's Response: Yes, that thought did cross my mind, too! And also the fact that a giant fan was used to move Sir Nick to the hospital wing, which seems a little odd, since he is insubstantial. I don't think he can feel wind, let alone be moved by it... But, it is a magical world! I suppose anything is possible. :)


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