Sorry to hear about your Mom Prayers sent
Keep up the good work
Author's Response: Thanks
I enjoyed this so much, Neil. Nice work. Especially loved your OC! Congrats on the well-deserved QSQ!
Author's Response: Thank you. It came as something of a surprise.
Congratulations on winning the Quick Quotes Quill with this story!!! I love your writing and this award is well deserved. I look forward to more installments.
Author's Response: Thank you. As I said Now that real life is returning to normal I’ll try to update.
Lavender is so tricky. I wonder if Astoria will convince Daphne to turn herself in. Hope you update soon.
Author's Response: Now that real life is returning to normal I’ll try to update soon.
This is so interesting. I love how you write Lavender. She seems playful but knowledgeable
at the same time. She was such a character to begin with and you've made her even more so.
Author's Response: Lavender was a DA member, and one of the first girls to join Neville in exile. She annoyed Harry because of her relationship with Ron, but despite everything, she is a bold Gryffindor.
I was wondering how I would react if I met Harry Potter and crew, and saw the things Bobbi saw. Would I faint dead away? Would I ask questions? I really liked this chapter. I don't know that I've read anything like it before.
Author's Response: I’ve often wondered the same thing, and a lot of my stories feature occasions where the Muggle and Magical worlds meet.
Wow. Bobbie sure found out a lot of information. I think it was very clever that Harry said what he said. I can't wait to find out Harry's motive.
Author's Response: She did, but then when I wrote “Grave Days” I deliberately placed the Muggle press at Colin’s funeral so that she (or at least the at-the-time-unformed Muggle police officer) could find stuff out.
Poor Mundungus--still living his stupid life. I could never figure out why Dumbledore thought he was useful. It seems that all he ever did was steal.
Author's Response: I agree. I think that his only value might be his shady contacts.
Thanks for the translation at the end. I thought I wasn't reading in English. :D I wonder what they'll find out from the Malfoys.
Author's Response: I’m always uncertain as to how “British” to make my stories. Any Brit who watches a UK based cop show whether it’s as daft as “Midsomer Murders” as cheap and cheerful as “Suspects”, or as grim as “Luther” knows all of the standard abbreviations. Terms like DI, MIT, SOCO, and SIO are bandied around all the time (perhaps not in Midsomer). Is it too much?
That sounds like a fun game--watching other people and making up what they said. That motorbike sounds awesome!
Author's Response: It is. As for Harry’s (or Sirius’) bike, you’ll be seeing a lot more of it.
I think you did a wonderful job on Daisy's accent, although I don't know anything about that:D. I just sounded good. I loved this chapter. It was good to see Dudley and Harry getting along so well. I really had to laugh that Daisy thinks she's a witch because she learned how at a local "witch store." Dudley looked horrified but Harry did give advice on not telling the elder Dursleys.
Author's Response: Daisy’s accent is mine. Although I try to moderate it, I know from experience that if I taak ower quick (talk too quickly) no one outside can understand me. Years of reading novels helped with my writing, but I sometimes wonder if some northern expressions creep in. You’ll see more of Dud ‘n Daze later.
I sent the last message by mistake. I was trying to say that in all the reading I've done, Vernon never changes his attitude toward Harry.
Author's Response: :D
I like stories when Dudley and Harry get together after the War. I don't think Vernon ever turned to the right page, in all the stories i'v
Author's Response: JKR (I’m sure deliberately) made Vernon a stereotypical “Little Englander” bigot. He can never change.
I live in a small town and my neighbors are often nosy and act just like the Dursleys' neighbors do. I loved it when Ginny took off her helmet and waved.
Author's Response: Possibly it’s because I had a lot of problems uploading it. It didn’t seem to work.
I was so happy to see this! I must say I love your interpretation of Lavender. I
Author's Response: Thanks, Lavender will be back soon. -N-
Wonderful! Lavender great as ever!
Thanks for another great chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks.
I’ve been having problems uploading my stories, but that seems to be resolved now.-N-
Great! Don't know how I missed this episode but I'm having the joy of reading this one and the next one after another.
Author's Response: Thanks. More soon, I hope. -N-
Love it! Lavender is priceless I was the only dude in a office ed class listening to the chicks scortch the paint with their diatribes about boys was priceless good work with Bobbie leading the charge Draco was Draco and Asti fell right into Lavender's web
Author's Response: Thanks.
I spent several months as one of only three men I a store. I know what you mean. I’ll leave you to decide how much of Lavender’s diatribe she really meant.-N-
Definitely one of my favorite things about your writing are the little canon details you mention that most people ignore or forget. Like that George is shorter than other Weasleys, or that Neville is blond.
Also, I love your Lavender a lot.
Author's Response: Thanks. Neville is fair-haired, and the Ron was taller than the twins when he was a first-year. Unlike the Phelps twins, they’re short and burly.
Lavender is a pain, but she’s fun to write.-N-
I'm really excited for the next chapter! I found this series yesterday and have speed-read through it. I'm really liking Bobbie and her perspective of the magic world. Keep up the great work and I hope to read more from you soon! -L
Author's Response: Thank you. This is Bobbie's "origin story" and those folk who have read my "MIT" stories now finally know how she was recruited. -N-