This was great. I only wish there were further adventures of Snape the Pirate and his Wizard captain.
i did not enjoy this story at all as it was far too short
Author's Response: Too short? I`ll take yer uncapitalized and unpunctuated words as a port-handed compliment, that ye wanted t' be seein' Snake, gentleman o' fortune, in action on th' high seas. It would have indeed been grand, but th' contest I entered this story in had a 2500 word limit. (Th' story won 4th place ou' o' 157 entries, in case ye be wonderin' how much th' judges enjoyed it.)
Author's Response: Arrr! Ye put the jolly in me Roger!
He, he, he. Funny. I love how Snape doesn't just arrive there and say, "I think I'll be a pirate today."
I have a question: Did we indeed encounter Albus Dumbly-door?
Ay, yes! Talk Like a Pirate Day is September . . . 19? I think that's what it is.
Author's Response: Snape's a lubber. Piratin' be not dreamt of in his philosophy...until he took a fateful trip. ;) Albie be Dumbly-door's ancestor, who may or may not have met an old pirate named Black Hand. Ye be right, me beauty!
Arr, ye're a right one! Good story, especially for the week of Talk Like a Pirate Day. (Ye should be knowin' about that.)
Author's Response: Aye, I was hopin' t' story would post on Friday, :D, but t' stars didnae align. Week of be grand too. Thank ye fer reviewin'!