Every once in a while, I read something that I have to read again, and again, and again. I first read this story back when it was featured, and it's now on my favorites list so that I can read it whenever I want. Your writing has a poetic quality to it, and I loved the imagery that went with it. Continue writing. It doesn't matter what you write, as long as you keep writing
One of the things I love about the Harry Potter books is that every once in a while, I come across a scene that is so moving, with such strong emotions running through it, that I cry, or laugh, or respond to whatever emotion it is that is being conveyed. There are very, very few writers who can make me feel emotion about characters in a story. I'm too detached from the things I read to really feel the emotions that the characters have. You, however, are one of those select few who can place me in the spot of a character unintentionally, and show me their emotions. Please, whatever you do, continue writing.
Author's Response: It's reviews like that, as well as many others I've received, I love. They are such self-esteem boosters, especially this one. This is why I live for writing, to pull out emotions from readers. If I can make people genuinely cry, laugh, or yell out in anger, then I know I've done my job and done it well. Thank you so much for your comment(s).
This is a really, really good story. Kit seems like you have Ginny's thoughts almost perfect.
This...is a wonderful story. I particularly liked the part where he was trying to get to sleep, and the memories kept flashing through his head. It just seemed...real. I don't know. Please...how did you decide what to name this piece. The title -Moonshadow- was what made me decide to read it in the first place, because that's actually a word that I make references to in everyday life, and I used a form of that word in something (not fanfiction) that I'm writing right now, before having ever seen this story. So how did you decide on the title?
You should update this. I can live with short chapters if the author updates frequently, but if they don't... You caught my attention, if no one else's, so update!
I'm not that creative, I just read the Series of Unfortunate Events waaaaaaaaaaaaay too much.
That was a good chapter, but I agree with Stefanie. I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to be Head Boy or Girl until seventh year.
Author's Response: OOPs. LOL. Oh well, too late to change it. I hope you can read past my error. The more I think about it, the more I think your right. but...oh well=)
Hmmm...Anya Graham. Is that like anagram? When I read the name out loud I thought for a second that you did mean anagram, then I remembered that it was a name.
Anyway, good story, please keep writing.
Author's Response: LOL! I never even thought of that, good of you to catch it though. I would love to say that I was that creative, and thoght of that...but It didn't even occur to me. The next chapter will be out as soon as Mugglenet posts it!
That was...interesting. It reminded me of something my friends would write. (Real, not imaginary.)
Where did Ron go?
Author's Response: What do you mean, 'where did Ron go?'
Incredible. If I were the kind of writer that you are, I would have words to describe just how incredible it is.