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Dumbledore's Army
Reviews for: October 31, 1981
Review(s): 4

Reviewer: Reader 2Date: 2005-10-17
Reviewid: 134639Chapter: 1
Happy Hallowe’en – Please do get back to the story. What comes after 11?

Reviewer: Linnet GryffinDate: 2003-09-23
Reviewid: 54035Chapter: 1
This is soooo wonderful... it totally holds true with me, too. I can picture these things, and though it might sound a little silly, my mind registers automatically when I hear the name 'Lily' or 'James' even if they're referring to the flower. I could never have said it so beautifully, but it's totally true-- in writing about them, in making up things, we DO have a friendship with these characters, and we know them SO well.

Thank you so much for writing this.

- Pineapple Queen

Reviewer: Embyr DragonDate: 2003-05-05
Reviewid: 30738Chapter: 1
that is the MOST beautiful piece of writing i have ever read. I am copying it into my file for inspriration of my story which i hope to post soon whish is a lily/james one. I love your drawings to.

Reviewer: ValerieDate: 2002-11-04
Reviewid: 8075Chapter: 1
Wow. Your little essay thing here really made me think about every MWPP/L fic that I've ever read, and it made me sad. I've written some "old generation" fanfiction, and when I think about what will happen to them is sad. When I'm writing about James and Lily meeting, I forget that in a couple of years they will die defending their son. When I write about Sirius pulling practical jokes, I forget that he will spend twelve years in hell for no reason at all. When I write about Remus being thankful for friendship, I forget that he will lose nearly all of his friends in one night. And Peter. When I write about him, I have to remember that he is not evil, yet. That he didn't do anything wrong, yet. It's very emotional and almost hard to deal with. I know where you're coming from when you wrote this. And I just wrote way too much here. Thanks for posting this!

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