i love the stalker bird lady even though you forever ruined the word stalker i might have to stick with creeper from now on...... hmmmmmm.... BILL
Author's Response: Thanks.... that was Ravenclaw, if you didn't get that.... and I don't think I'll have ruined 'stalker', at least by.... our terms..... (**coughcoughbillcoughcoughcough**) And I will sanitize your mouth if you say 'creeper' one more time. You say it way too much. And yes. Bill.
YAY! I love it, and I'm excited for the next chapter. It is interesting to see how Sephora would/will react, since baing a witch in her era was not a good thing. Keep writing! (I KNOW you do...) +)
Author's Response: Thank you, thank you - as soon as I can, the already written Chapter 1 will be up. Sephora is a bit....er, you can say religious and worried because she had a very nasty foster family. Back then, to, er, train your children, you would send them off to someone's household that was above you - for example, if you were a serf, you would have your child fostered by a knight or a lord. However, Sephora's parents were magic (hence the name 'Black' - she will be the head of the Black's line) and they didn't want to take her because they thought she was a Squib. J.K. Rowling has said, however, that some people with the magic gene don't see any abilities until adulthood. Sephora is kind of like that - she has a very controlled temper, so not much accidental magic has ever happened around her. Sephora's reaction.... you'll have to wait and see (=) I am actually writing chapter 2 as I speak.
Thank you so much for reviewing, and keep writing 'I'm only Number Three.'
Note to all readers: I do not wear makeup, even though I named my main character after a very prettily named makeup company.