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impliedauthor posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 3:19pm for Princess

I'm sad, there might not have been major conflict but this was more of a fluffy comedy kind of thing and I really liked it.

philh1985 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 3:04pm for Princess

I read this yesterday and thought about it before reviewing. The first thing is I really liked this story. A few reasons, first that it was happy fluff. I don't chose a complete diet of fluff but I like it sometimes and think this was fun and well worth reading.

Second is that of SuperHarry after the defeat of Voldeshorts. I agree that writing and reading a story with them fighting when Harry is in SUPERmode is difficult to make believable, I tend to enjoy post-war-Super-Harry. He gets to enjoy his magic, even doing "impossible" things just for the fun of boggling others' minds. (such as deliberately Apperating into/out of Hogwarts just because he *knows* how Hermione will react. <eg> Best part of Super-Harry-Afterward is that you don't even need to mention if he was super before/during/just-after the final battle. He just has the power now and can let himself like it.

So while I understand your wanting to put this aside, I wish you'd just treat it as a one-shot that was mainly in the fluff category. That way if a sequel or something else fluffy and fun comes to mind you won't mind writing it down. <g>

Thanks for ALL your great works!!!

DrT posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 2:53pm for Princess

I understand your opinion, but it would have been cute to have at least gotten to the wedding. Ah, well. . . . funny and over-the-top can be a nice change of pace to read.


Fishburne posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 2:39pm for Princess

you killed 2 flat panel monitors and 1 laptop. Note to self: never ever drink water or soda when reading a Jeconais special.

fantastic and you know, for a finely persnickity author extraordinaire, you are one funny man.

Thank you for the fine crunchy bits into which you turned my electronics.

CGWalk posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 2:23pm for Princess

Let me start by saying that one of my favorite authors on writes nothing but stories with "no conflict and perfect characters". He calls it "Happy Harry". And those stories can be just as entertaining as a well written, full ranging story. If you didn't enjoy writing the story, then I'm glad you stopped, It's not like we pay you for these stories so you should write what you like. With some polishing I thought this story had some "Happy Harry" possibilities. So if you did enjoy writing this you should continue. TTFN.

Crys posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 1:49pm for Princess

> "You two look like freshly smacked puppies."
*snort* Good line.

> agreeing with my parents, but a quick bang of my head against a wall makes it go away."
I'm glad non-Hermione and non-Ron characters get all the good lines.

> Whether Ginny agreed with that statement didn’t seem relevant. Especially as Ginny had slept in that morning.
Nicely sidestepped. Cheating, but nicely done. Especially as she shows up and passes out twice before saying a single word.

> "Because I’m the forty-second, and everyone knows that’s the meaning of life?"
*laugh* *cheer* ". . . meaning of life, the universe, and everything."

I stopped counting at five out loud laughters, BTW.

While I thoroughly enjoyed it, that had to be tough to write. The level of manic energy and outrageous situations had to be impossible to maintain.

Thank you for sharing, and FWIW, thank you for abandoning if you felt it was about to fall apart. That sounds odd, but I think you understand what I meant.

PS: Even forewarned, that name was still hysterical.

Lighhtwhispers posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 1:22pm for Princess

Conflict, imperfect characters... They're over-rated. Great piece of comedy/fluff, especially Hurricane Harry.

If you get the urge to do more on this, I won't object. But then, I rejoice whenever I see a new piece of writing from you.

Keep it up!

rune1806 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 1:11pm for Princess

a very good story, they do not have to have a point to be writen as long and your are enjoying the telling.

Nancy Milligan posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 1:09pm for Princess

I can't deny it was fluff. However, even your pure fluff is fun to read. I'm glad you posted this despite abandoning it.

gummihu posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 11:49am for Princess

I havne'nt laughed this much for a long time, in fact I dont think I have sincer the first time I read your TMW.

and for the record koke owns pepsy

wana10 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 11:14am for Princess

the public demands more spells in huttan!
it was a fun read, and looking at my scroll bar when the wedding was announced i had hoped it would end with that and that the abandoned tag was simply referring to the few typos i came across. but, i can see your problems with it. the characters are perfect, and I'm going to use a line from another fanfic I've read to explain the problem with that,
"See here? The main character has no flaws! So what if he’s a great ninja, the greatest ninja? That doesn’t make him a superhuman God with no flaws! This story sounds like some kind of raving anime fanboy wrote it!"
now i wouldn't go so far as to call you a raving fanboy but i will definitely say that it is your stories with a real harry that capture me more completely.

in short, fun to read, can understand its abandoned nature, can't wait to see more!

Euphemism posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 10:54am for Princess

It was a nice way to spend some time, but reading this was somewhat akin to eating pure caramel. First, the amount of attention given to Hermione's blind plan to set up Harry with someone seems a bit excessive. While it's at least somewhat relevant to the plot here, the build up felt like it should have had a much larger impact than the one it had (rather like a Simpsons episode - it always starts with someone that seems important, but then quickly transitions away to a different plot)

Also, it seems like you went for the easier (or rather fun) things to write - which might be a bit less fun to read. Namely, Harry's courting of Melissa was completely skipped over (which I think would have been more fun to read, but would probably have been a pain to write), and as a result, Melissa's a pretty flat character.

Sonicdale posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 10:49am for Princess

I think the genius of your writing, Tim, is that you have a certain grasp of balls-to-the-wall insane scenes that none of us ever hope to have. This ranks up there with "Big Trouble" by Dave Barry as far as insanity goes - and by and large one of my more obscure but fun compliments.

Good work. I like what you meant by why you ended it. I would have liked a small and short epilogue sometime in the summer during the honeymoon/vacation to tie the loose ends up even more, but then again, you nailed it with those last few sentences. Good idea.

Here's to hoping you'll continue the insanity.
Loved the "Sane" stamped on his hand. Makes me want to go out and make a "Sane" stamp. :)

Thanks again for such a good story. Good work.

Ravenclawchaser68 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 10:20am for Princess

There may not have been too much of a point to all this, but it was still a great way to kill an hour. Thanks for posting it. It's always a pleasure to read your stuff because your style is just head and shoulders above most of the other stuff out there. Other authors can take a good plot and make it hard to read, but you can take no plot and make it hard to put down. Thanks for writing!

Todd Rodgers posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 9:30am for Princess

You know, I realize that plot and all is typically a wonderful thing, but there definitely are days when you just need a pick me up and you read those sections. Case in point, this morning I had to pick up the Eloise Midgen POV for writing the Quidditch Match out of "After the End". I love that section.

Despite your decrying the lack of conflict and perfect characters, you've made yet another story where I snort cola out of my nose and smile from start to finish. The "curse" in Huttese was especially nice. It was a fun read, and I'm sure I'll be browsing it a few times today. I look forward to reading another story that you feel you CAN finish due to such high standards.

Tanydwr posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 9:01am for Princess

Lovely idea.

One thing - technically, the fictional SW language spoken by the Hutts is 'Huttese', not 'Huttan'! At least that's what I've got from SW fanfics and the one book I've read...

And in defence of the British queen - hey! Queen Elizabeth rocks - and she's got some gorgeous grandsons!

*smiles sweetly*

Lol, Tanydwr

Jamey posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:54am for Princess

One other thing I happened to notice while reading this - Gobblecoque - I *REALLY* have to wonder a *LOT* of things about a Goblin named Gobblecoque.

Mark Safransky posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:53am for Princess

Dang, from the final comments I might have liked to have seen you finish this off. Oh well, it was still a joy to read something new from you. Really did enjoy the House Elf revelation. Gee, they became free because the wizards didn't throw them enough parties. LOL!

Philipe posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:35am for Princess

Sorry for the delay in my review, but i only saw this yesterday, and i was in the middle of a meeting (a boring one, but it's not very polite to ignore your boss in one) so i openned it and then save it on my laptop.. then i could only read it at home, that is for some reason without internet (the horror!!) so i could only leave you a review today.. This morning i had a test for my master degree (which i'm thinking of blaming you for my bad performance) so i only finished re-reading it now..

Okay, i know you've told us a hundred times that the abandoned section is just that, but you know it will never work on me, since your work is so good (yes, as usual, is all you fault). I loved it, and if possible, could you introduce the idea of a chasing after woman Harry in some of your next project, i'd be grateful. This one was really good, and i loved this Harry, and specially your Hermione.. she was extremely fun to read. the queen dialog was very good, but i was more curious about his dialog with Melissa's parent, which left an impression of being superb.. Well, have to get back to work, but thanks again!!


Jamey posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:29am for Princess

You know, not every story needs huge amounts of conflict to be enjoyable - this story is a wonderful rest from the normal Harry is fighting using his powers to smack down the latest boss monster. This is Harry having a *GOOD* day, finally, and dammit, he deserves a few!

The story of the next big bad rising, wiping out the King and Queen, leaving Harry to ascend to the throne early and somewhat unprepared for the court intrigue - that's a sequel, and one I might read - but probably not *right* after I read this one - this is just too upbeat for a bummer like that.

Dammit, let Harry have some happiness!