I've semi-quit......I may return to fan fiction some day.
lol...this is so out of this world... btw, what is a spork?
not bad... sometimes it gets a little boring, though. try to leave the "old" jokes out (such as Petunia: remember the money...), though. :-)
Author's Response: that's why i love that i'm the author...i choose what i do...MUAHAHAHAH!
It's really well-written...but I thought you couldn't name your fics after actual HP books?
it's well-written and attention-catching...but I don't really see a connection between Draco and Hermione. Hope that is coming soon!
Author's Response: Don't worry, it'll come *smile mischieviously*. I just need to set the stage so to speak. Anyway, thanks for the compliment!
Wow. It was wonderful! I've been reading it for forever but decided that I should leave you a review. I think some parts of your story actually resembled J.K. Rowling's writing, and the occasional humor also. I did feel however that there are times when you did not capture Ginny's personality exceedingly well (when it didn't sound exactly like her), but you shouldn't be blamed since we have never been exposed to Ginny very much in the books. However, wonderful job, a golden palace compared to a lot of other Harry/Ginny wooden shacks, I loved it!
it's really, really good...but I think you kind of need more transition in the story...it's like one second they hate each other and the next moment they're in love? Give them a little time. :-)
omg this is the best fan fic i have ever read...please don't ever stop.
Interesting idea...Hermione's middle name is Jane.
That was really really good! Just one little thing when you were doing the flashback with the Sorting Narcissa Black should have come before Sirius since N comes before S in the alphabet.
Author's Response: hahahaaaa.....well, in the sorceror's stone/philosopher's stone movie McGonagall's list was SO screwed up that it wasn't even funny! I am allowed artistice license on behalf of my many brain freezes ;)
Good...but I can't see why it's rated R, though.
just a little note...Hermione's middle name is Jane.
Author's Response: really? i never knew what it was so i made one up thanks, but i don't know if i'll change it.....maybe
well written...but I don't know, I think it would fit better in the romance category. :-) Maggie
wow! I love your fic --- totally funny! :-) please get more out soon!
E X C E L L E N T! What a great idea! Keep writing more -- I love that story.
It's really well-written and attention-grabbing but I thought Harry Potter never took Muggle Studies?
Author's Response: Hi there! Well, you are correct. Harry never took Muggle studies. In this story the actual class name is The Magic of Muggles, but it really doesn't matter. You will notice that this story is not 100% on with the books it is a bit AU. I change things around here and there. IT is all in good fun ;) It is a fantasy.
A little shorter than usual...but I liked it! So that a brew lends pep prof thing WAS an anagram?
Author's Response: Actually the word count for this chapter is greater than the last three chapters. Perhaps there is more dialogue so it seemed like a quicker read. Yes, it's an anagram. I hope Snape can solve it before the readers! Thanks for the review.
Yay! I love it that you make your chapters long. Most people only have less than 800 words. The story just gets better and better!
this is random...but it kind of weirdly reminds of the Sound of Music! :-)
Author's Response: Hmm. That is a comparison no one has made before. Both stories involve music, but aside from that, I can find no other similarities. I assure you that this story will not end with Snape and Clancy climbing a mountain to escape Voldemort and the Death Eaters.
Oh and another thing: I like this chapter because it has more humor than past ones!
Author's Response: This story is really meant to be more of a romantic comedy with the emphasis being on wordplay more than on slapstick humor, although I will admit it has crept in, at times. I'm glad you are able to find SOME humor in it though. Thanks for reviewing!
Splendid as usual. I love the way you portray them so realistically and the fact that you don't call Snape by his first name. Jarvey name: Fiosrach. It means 'curious' in Gaelic.
Author's Response: Thanks, Maggie. I will put Fiosroch on the list!