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Alex00 posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 12:30pm for Girl Talk

Great update.

Teresa Lynne posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 12:00pm for Girl Talk

Shakes head.....Snape never learns, does he? You'd think the idiot would realize that being in a nice safe prison cell would be much better for him then dealing with the Potters and company. To paraphrase one of my favorite saying " They can make it hurt....a lot. " Shrug, Snape might be a 1st class Potions Master, but he's a fool in other ways. Ah well, it will make for a fantastic read, and as always, I'll enjoy your future chapters! Many thanks!

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 11:39am for Girl Talk

This has been really good. Now, it's getting really good.

But I now have a dilemma. I'm having trouble deciding who I want to painfully kill Snape - Harry, James. or Lily.

Well done!

hedwig_edwiges posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 11:24am for Girl Talk

Ok, I know I'll be pounded to dust because of this must I have to say it: please don't transform this story in another free love thing. Your Harry is always this soft guy capable to talk hours about his feelings to whoever might listen to him. And the Harry from the beginning of "Wishing thinking" wasn't like that. He was hurt from the lost of Sirius - only two months ago - and he would have to start to get used to his parents be alive and around. He wouldn't just transform in a debonair and suave man capable to sweep a girl off her feet, nor he would go around talking about all his worries to everybody around him.
I really liked your writing but sometimes you go really far with or free for all relationships. I just don't think it works for this story.
This was not intended as a flame or anything like that. It was just a humble request from someone who really liked the beginning of this story.

Kinsfire replied:

He's changing a bit because of realising the fact that he NEEDS to change, because he runs a Family now. There is an entire name out there that needs to be thought about, and that involves such things as thinking about what he's doing.

He's got some serious tension coming up in the next couple chapters as well. It won't be all touchy-feelie.

redjacobson posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 10:49am for Girl Talk

great to see another chapter of this story; although I'm going to have to re-read the last couple of chapters so I can figure out what's going on.

Looking forward to more of this; and; of course; your other stories.

red

DJ posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 10:36am for Girl Talk

Good to see you back I think both H & Hr need on them slefs or maybe each outher. I know they are both a bit shocky but I hope they help each outher out soon. Nice work keep it up.

Machiavelli Jr posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 10:11am for Girl Talk

Dammit, why do you always have to have Harry doing his maximum-formal, full dress apology? It makes a glorious scene in most of your fics, but I really don't think it's him to make a production out of anything but the very gravest of matters. Malfoy would (if he ever felt the need to apologise) hell, I suspect Ron and Hermione both positively revel in drama at times, but Harry? If nothing else, putting his mother on the spot before her colleagues to discipline (or not) her own son is making her life much harder than any piss-taking could. Sure, I can see Hermione telling him he should apologise, and I can see Harry doing it - but he'd do it in private or semi-private. Other than that, I rather like this chapter, Hermione and Albus are developing very well.

Kinsfire replied:

Note the bit preceding it. The apology was basically forced out of him by Hermione - "You publicly humiliated her, calling her teaching into question! The apology is only meaningful if it's in the same venue! You need to apologise publicly!"

That also explains some of the stiffness to it. He meant it as a joke, his mother understood that, but he also knows that Hermione tends to get the bit in her teeth and not let go. It was easier to shut her up by apologising.

That apology is going to lead to some interesting problems in upcoming chapters, mind you.

Musings of Apathy posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 9:30am for Girl Talk

Excellent chapter. I like that you added the angst and then worked on removing it, rather than wallowing in it. Overall a great piece of work.

Thank you for writing.

Mike (MoA)

sasqch posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 9:26am for Girl Talk

My favorite part of this chapter has to be the bonding between Hermione and her dorm mates. In canon, the three were never shown to be that close, so having them become friends -- and more importantly showing them do so -- was a nice piece of character development.

And I liked how the three friends decided to "prank" their house; Seamus' reaction is pure teenage boy.

Basically, a great installment featuring some nice twists (Professors Potter), good character development, and an ugly little bit of potential foreshadowing at the end -- hopefully we get to see Snape in a lot of pain, perhaps terminal?

Needless to say, I eagerly await the next update.

Chris

Jamey posted a comment on Sunday 5th August 2007 8:49am for Girl Talk

I'm guessing you didn't buy into the load of Norbert's fewmits that JKR tried to hand us for the redemption of Snape in DH. Thanks for an excellent chapter!