Reviews For A Day to Remember
Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much. I'm honoured that you think so.
Author's Response: Snape? A temper? Nah...LOL Yeah, glad that Harry is so forgiving. Thanks for reading and reviewing Missy.
Author's Response: Yes! He certainly does, and he's as manipulative as hell!
Your characters are perfect! The way you had Snape show his approval to Harry with small nods and gestures was spot on! And you manage to add tons of details in only three charpters. I'd love a sequel!
Oh thanks so much!
Well, right now, I've got two regualr stories going on, and a fest story that's due at the end of November, which I haven't even started yet, but maybe a little later down the road.
Thanks so much for your kind words!
I love your stories too, and I'm looking forward to an update soon. Hint hint!
Author's Response: Thanks so much. It's hard to keep Sanpe in character sometimes, especially when you want to show him softening up a bit. I'm glad that you thought that I've accomplished that.
I love how Dumbledore convinced to Snape to participate.
Neville's reaction was exactly what I imagined it would be.
On to the next chapter!
Thank you. Yes Dumbledore is very persuasive, and guilt works very well!
Yeah, Neville is feeling rather left out.
This was a fantastic description: 'made his body plunge downwards, the long strands of his pale hair, which caught the sunlight, stood on end, framing his head like a glittering halo.' LOL!! I would so LOVE to see the actors, particularly Jason Isaacs acting this scene out! It would be brilliant to watch on a big screen don't ya think? x
It's funny that you should say that, because I was picturing him in my mind with his golden hair straight up like that, while his broom lost gravity. I would just love to see it really played out on the big screen too. Love Jason Isaacs as Lucius.
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