Reviews For Sirius
Reviewer: Half-Blood-Princess21
Date: 11/23/10 22:08
Chapter: Shiver

Oh god, are they gay??? Crap I say

Author's Response: Why would you bother to read a story that is categorised under 'Same-Sex Pairings', then go to the trouble of leaving such a pointless, unecessarily rude review? To be honest, I couldn't care less what you think of my writing.

Reviewer: Russia Snow
Date: 08/21/09 15:09
Chapter: Shiver

Ciao, Lydz!

I really liked this fic. it was unusual but well thought out. Your description at the beginning of James' feelings was beautiful, I just wanted to reach out and hug them both! It was really sweet, and it just all flowed so well. Your characters were really good and just so darn sweet! I really liked it, well done!

Russia xxxxx

Author's Response: Thanks, Russia! It was so different to what I usually write, but fun all the same, so I'm glad you liked it.

Reviewer: NeverTooLate
Date: 05/27/09 7:11
Chapter: Shiver

Wow. No words could describe how achingly beautiful that was. I loved how you showed the love that went both ways and I loved...everything.

Author's Response: I'm glad you like it. It was a very different writing experience for me, so I'm glad you thought it was beautiful.

Reviewer: R_Ravenclaw
Date: 12/29/08 20:22
Chapter: Shiver

That was so cute!

I've had a weird desire lately to write a Sirius/James fic, so when I saw this, I just had to read it, and it was amazing! I especially loved the beginning. I felt so bad for James, and I just kept internally screaming: Just wake him up already! But that's probably because I get wayyy too into things. :)

I love the way you portrayed their relationship. I think that so often in slash fics authors dwell too much on their characters freaking out about being gay or something. But the way you wrote it was lovely and natural.

And that was what James and Sirius were. Two halves of one whole. James couldn’t imagine his life without Sirius.

It's just too perfect! I looked on your author's page and saw that you didn't have anymore slash, do you?

I think my favourite part was the beautiful lines at the beginning. You write emotions in a very beautiful way. My very favourite line:

Sirius, when he didn’t burn as bright as the star after which he was named, was like a magnificent bloom that wilted. It was dreadful to watch something so glorious fail.

Just perfect! I think I may go and write my own soon. :) Thanks for being inspiring!

~Alison

Author's Response: Thank you so much for such a lovely review! I'm still smiling now as I write this. You should definitely write one yourself, I've read some of your stuff (I really liked the first chapter of your Evan/Rodolphus fic, by the way) and you're a lovely writer. You're right I don't have any other slash up, but I'm actually writing a companion to this fic. And that's my favourite line too.

Reviewer: Ginny_Alamalexia
Date: 12/23/08 23:04
Chapter: Shiver

Hey Lyd! It's Azhure

You already know how I feel about this amazing surprise, but I thought I'd leave a review anyway.

Your writing is beautiful, love. You captured James' emotions over Sirius' nightmares so perfectly that I thought I would melt!

Sirius, when he didn’t burn as bright as the star after which he was named, was like a magnificent bloom that wilted. It was dreadful to watch something so glorious fail.

This in particular jumped out at me. Such a beautiful simile

Sirius’ hand came up, his long fingers touching James’ neck gently, with feather-light touches. “This helps,” he said quietly. “I don’t have them when you’re around.”

Awww... *has melted*

Thanks again, dear. I owe you so much! *hugs*

~~Azhure~~



Author's Response: Hey dear, I'm so pleased that you liked it. And guess what? That plot bunny refuses to hop on its merry way, so a companion is in the works.

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