Love it, love it, love it!
Makes me glow :)
Author's Response: And this review makes me glow! :D Thank you for the compliments, dear. I'm glad you loved it. --Afifa
Great story! It is really a very nice idea.
However, for your readers' eyes sake, you should skip some lines between your story notes and the beginning of the story. It would make the beginning of the story more obvious.
Unless of course it is a problem due to the new layout... then i guess there's nothing you can do about it.
Author's Response: Thanks so much for the nice review! And that's a good suggestion, although I suspect it is more due to the new layout. I thought there used to be a line separating the two, and there is in the Simplicity layout, so I'll add some breaks myself and be sure to pass on your suggestion to the mods! Thanks again for reading and leaving a review, I really appreciate it! ~Gina :)
I looooooved it, I don't think I've ever laughed sooo much!!!!!
One thing that made me laugh, though sardonically I admit, was that after all these years you still think Blaise is a girl! Hahahahaha- sorry about that, must control myself... Did you even read HBP? I will say no more than chapter 7...
No, but seriously this is hilarious, I'm favoriting just to be able to read it again on days when I feel blue !!!
Author's Response: Wow, I'm glad you liked it, but I DO know that Zabini is male... This is supposed to be his mum. Which is why she strokes Kingsley's hand and things, to keep in with her personality of maniser (like womaniser... but only for men).
Thanks for the favouriting, and thanks for the review! I'm really glad you found it that funny. :D
Author's Response: Glad to hear it :)
SPOILER ALERT for anyone who is not aware of the true identity of the Half-Blood Prince.
~~Nominated for 2011 Quicksilver Quills, Best Humor Story~~
Wow, I'm really impressed with the rhyme, and the story is quite funny too :)
Author's Response: I had great fun with this one, but it was challenging in a totally different way. Not to mention that the lame online rhyming dictionaries only compare spelling, not rhymes that are created by pronunciation. Had to do it the hard way from the get-go. Your recognition makes it all worthwhile!