I'm sorry to say I really just do not have enough time in my busy life to write anymore. It's been a couple of years since my last post, I know and I doubt anyone will ever visit my page to read this. I really enjoy fan fiction though and I promise all I will write again some day. Until then, I am on a somewhat prolonged hiatus.
That was so beautiful. And it wasn't average either. I loved the way that it wasn't after a fight or something, but that they really just loved each other. And it was so sweet the way Ron was afraid of loosing her friendship, and thye were so comfortable around each other. I also really liked the way nature was described, I find it interesting when a setting is well developed, and it most certainly was in this story, with amazing description. Also, I think that the emotions were very real, and how they weren't afraid to be together, but were nervous at the same time. I was very impressed, it's very hard to find a good R/Hr fic these days!:)
Yay! I was about to punch my computer screen if that freak Miranda didnt leave soon. Well, I read the frist few chapters of this story months ago,then kinda left. But my friend told me about it, and i remembered and read up to here. I love it!
That was so...powerful. It was so upsetting to see what he had become, to see how humanity had been stripped from him, and feelings became unfamiliar, even. How thoughts were strangers, and hope slowly dying. How he was but a mere shadow of what he had once been. How existance seemed unimportant, for to him, he didn't exist at all. The detail was amazing, this was written exactly how I try to write, and perceived exactly the way I want my stories to be perceived. Well done.
That was so good...very good at what voldemort represents. I was impressed, you have a good vocabulary.
P.S. Ok, this has nothing to do with the reveiw, but I want people to know on the MNFF forums I go by Katiemay. I'm using this for something, but I'd read it, even if I wasn't, it's awesome.
Author's Response: Aha! I wondered why Katiemay didnt seem to have an account on MNFF itself, I didnt recognise it when I was on the forums. Are you in Gryff like me? Thanks for the review btw, its so nice to see one! I don't get may nowadays because all of my fics are quite old. Thankyou!
I thought this was really wonderful. I mean, Harry, Ron, and Hermione really have developed so much from the little children who met on the train. They've grown together, they love each other, and help esach other with everything. It made me very sad when I read Harry's section of the story. How true it is. A sweet, innocet little boy aged, not by time, but by cruelty and hardship. How much he's chaged...how he will never be the same person who first stepped onto platform 9 3/4 that day long ago. How much he struggles. And Ron and Hermione...how they've overcome their personal challeneges to be the best they can be. And mostly how they all care about each other so much, and how they're all in it together, changung together...it was so...touching. And I loved the way it was told by Susan, a character we know not much about, and how she has watched them, and admires them. It was genunily sweet.
Oh, poor Malfoy. It was really sweet in a bitter, sorrowful sort of way. He likes her, but he can't act on it because he's..him. And he hates himself for that. Great Job!
Author's Response: Wow thanks... and here I thought I can't write romance ... maybe I ought to give this genre another try. ^_^
Very good. It was rather touhing, I loved that last part about the kiss. It was also rather sad, how they are so bitter. Very, very good.
Not the only tragedy? No, please not Ron, please not Ron!
Author's Response: The next tragedy.... hmmm, well, you'll just have to wait and find out.. :D
That was really amazing. It was so powerful, the way Hermione had remembered those fifteen minutes, and was so confused about what it had meant, and yet it meant everything to her. I like how she had tried to avoid it for so long, but it still haunted her, and she just needed to get it out. And it was very realistic how she couldn't tell Harry and Ron, and how she was afraid Ron wouldn't care. And I thought it was very touching, how she had felt so alone and lost, but still tried to struggle through. It reminded me of a lot of emotions that I've forgotten about, and how sometimes things can be so bittersweet. Great job.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review! It's an amazing feeling to find new reviews! I can tell you understood the emotions I was trying to convey; it makes me feel like I must have gotten something right. Thank you again! Reviews make my day.
Oh, poor Ron and Hermione! But it was so funny to see the Weasleys' reactions. Although this would never happen to me, this is actually a subject I like!
Author's Response: Thanks! Yah I thought they were funny.
Very interesting. I don't think it would happen, ad Hermione's so intellegent to do that...but you're a really good writer, and I'm glad that Hermione doesn't blame Ron! *ten!*
I liked it...I have a question, though. Who exactly was the boy?
Author's Response: That's why I put the url for the arithmancy page, so you can figure it out yourself. I'll give you a hint--it's just his first name that you figure out the heart number for (his whole first name).
Please Reveiw! :) Thank you.
Please, please, please REVEIW! :)
For Rose Weasley, her impressions of her own “love” were shattered when she found out something she shouldn't have, something that made her wish for revenge ... something that made her unable to take it.
I really loved this. Such a unique storyline, and I loved how each character was extremely likeable despite the love triangle. That's rather rare :)
Author's Response: Why, thank you! What praise. =D I'm so glad you liked all my (or should I say JKR's) characters. This story just seemed to flow so easily. Once again, many thanks. *hugs*