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BAHAHAHA!! Love it!
Author's Response: So glad I could bring a smile to your face. So many of my other stories are so long that it’s nice to simply tie things up with a bow for a change!
That was so refreshing to read! See, this is why I like Humour fics the best, I find such original concepts! If only this had really happened ;) I've always thought it's funny to think how much would have changed if something was done slightly differently all those years ago... Have you seen the YouTube video "How Harry Potter Should Have Ended"? That plays with a similar idea. But anyway, I really enjoyed this, well done!
Author's Response: Thanks for letting me know how much you enjoyed this one. Thanks for the You Tube link as I wasn’t familiar with that at all. Have to admit I always wondered why Snape never employed his talent to “put a stopper in death” as he boasted to the very first Potions class we attend in PS/SS.
This was really good! Very cute idea, I really enjoyed it!
Author's Response: I’m thrilled you enjoyed my take on the alternate possibilities. So many Horcruxes, so little time.
Not bad not bad.
Author's Response: Glad you liked it. It seemed like such a simple solution to all the angst in Book 7.
Once again, you are ahead of everyone else and you've been successful in tying Daniel Radcliffe's major roles together. I wish it had been longer:D But it was witty and funny. Did you have any technical problems with submitting this story? i had so much trouble the last couple of times that I gave up submitting for months. Did you see The Woman In Black? It hasn't come to our itty bitty theatre yet but I'm hoping.
Author's Response: Good to hear from you! Haven’t been to see Woman in Black, although it’s been playing here since the release date. Horror isn’t exactly my cup of tea. Don’t think I could’ve written my synopsis if I’d actually seen the other film, though; too easy to be influenced by the other plot and cross-overs aren’t allowed on this site. My inspiration was just a trailer which left me with lots of room to elaborate in my own way.
I know what you mean about the problems on the site. I have to go back and edit some of the punctuation (especially the dashes and apostrophes) as part of the submission process. It’s like one computer program isn’t communicating with the other; then I get those little boxes, or broken links. It’s especially bad if I’ve used a word that has some non-standard punctuation such as an accent mark (like in soiree), which my computer automatically adds as part of the spell check process. At first it wasn’t a problem, but suddenly when I go back to my older stories, there’s that pesky little square. What’s most frustrating is that if I try to make those two or three corrections in a chapter, all of sudden about 50% of my punctuation goes haywire and I have to fix them one by one. Quite a lengthy process in a 7,000 word chapter. Believe me, that’s one afternoon I’ll never get back. For the time being, I’ve had to forgo correcting any typos on chapters which I submitted more than a month ago, including a broken link in one of my story summaries which stares at me mercilessly every time I log into my account. If you’ve come up with any solutions, please let me know.