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Ben10 posted a comment on Friday 29th December 2006 11:50pm

I supremely enjoyed this two-piece, but where is the third? I checked and Kokopelli doesn't seem to have it . . .

Jerome posted a comment on Friday 1st December 2006 11:00pm

Man, that was deep. I liked it though.

thumper posted a comment on Wednesday 8th November 2006 10:04pm

Great Story

slayersfan01 posted a comment on Wednesday 8th November 2006 6:17pm

This series is one of the best I've ever read. You don't stick to the usual pairings that Harry Potter Fanficdom uses and yet still stick to the one that matters, Harry and Ginny. I especially loved the parts with Harry and Sammy. It is pretty cute, something I have never seen in other HP fics. Well done! Now I'm wondering where the next part is.

GryffindorDragon posted a comment on Friday 13th October 2006 5:09am

Nice piece, but you only got started on the relationship.

GryffindorDragon posted a comment on Friday 13th October 2006 4:23am

'It comes from when Muggles wore hats a lot, and keeping something there was out of sight' - actually I believe the expression comes not from hiding things under hats but what the hat covers, the head/mind. If you keep a secret, you're keeping it in your mind and so under your hat.

GryffindorDragon posted a comment on Thursday 12th October 2006 3:13pm

Interesting piece. Kind of funny how you switch females around on the Weasleys -- though I am partial to Hermione/Ron :-)

yackman posted a comment on Thursday 14th September 2006 8:00am

Heartwarming.

Cynthia1850 posted a comment on Tuesday 8th August 2006 9:22pm

Oh, that was so sweet.

Aberbadger posted a comment on Saturday 8th July 2006 7:29am

That was LOVELY! I love little Sammy! She is so sweet. And also quite original. No-one that I've read, apart from Horst Pollmann over at Schnoogle, has really explored the psychology of Vela Children. Brilliant!

Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Monday 26th June 2006 6:34am

The constant vigilance quotes cracked me up. Harry as the next Dumbledore is rather a foregone conclusion but the twinkling made me giggle as did all the pop culture references and his way of taking down 30 aurors so easily. Loved Sammy's bit at the end too. Great story.

Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Monday 26th June 2006 6:13am

Laughing my head off at Kingsley quoting Samuel L. Jackson. The wanker joke was superb. I love the idea of Harry taking Sammy flying – it’s so cute. I know why you did it, but I’m not sure Fleur would have thought that at the girlfriend remark. Otherwise excellent chapter.

Brad1 posted a comment on Monday 27th March 2006 12:50am

i cant wait for the next couple chapters i loved this one!

Rocky235 posted a comment on Thursday 9th February 2006 10:54am

That was nice. I like warm and fuzzy.

“Smoke me a kipper; I’ll be back for breakfast.”

At least I get some of the references.

That Jeconais, "What a guy!"

Rocky235 posted a comment on Thursday 9th February 2006 10:08am

"A few years in the country had enabled her to speak English without the accent."

Yeah, and Hagrid got a new set of dentures and says, "The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain." lol

I hope you're not one of those authors that thinks constant praise is annoying.

Praise, praise, praise.

Mariposa posted a comment on Sunday 29th January 2006 1:53pm

Great chapter! I loved the way you conveyed Fleur's "unwarrented thoughts" and how she pushed them away. It's those little details of human behavior that add realism to your stories that I really enjoy.

Steven Augart posted a comment on Friday 27th January 2006 8:24am

I enjoyed the story. Here's a minor nit:

“It is,” Fleur said proudly, her cheeks still rosy. “In eight months, three weeks, Sammy will have a brother.”


Actually, a woman is never just one week pregnant or two weeks pregnant. For historical reasons, pregnancy is measured from her last menstrual period, even though we now know that conception and implanation of the embryo doesn't take place until later.

You could, of course, justify it by muttering something about magic, or about veelas taking a week or two extra to have children, but it seems like an easy enough thing to fix. I'd suggest keeping it vague, as the easiest correction here -- I forget the time frame of the story, but if it's set during the summer, then you can have Fleur say "in the spring, if all goes well, Sammy will have a brother."

However, given that a lot of pregnancies prove non-viable (more than half miscarry so early that the woman doesn't even know she was pregnant; at most, her menstrual period may be a day or two late), I'm surprised Fleur is so confident.

Rick Gale posted a comment on Thursday 12th January 2006 2:26pm

Red Dwarf! I love it!

Great Story. I love Sammy. I think she'll do very well for herself.

I look forward to the end of the trilogy.

Rick Gale posted a comment on Thursday 12th January 2006 1:05pm

Very realistic. I could see how Harry could be in this situation. I even like the way the 'pairing' ended up with the couples.

Great job.

I hope Harry at least listens to Sammy and can find someone who wants to know 'Harry'.

FireRose posted a comment on Thursday 12th January 2006 12:29pm

Another well written piece! I loved this chapter... The entire ruse around the training exercise was definitely something that I see Ginny pulling. I do feel a little sorry for Ginny, though, going up again such stiff competition as Sammy... :)