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Review:rey says:
I love this fic and everything it chooses to be. XD Seriously, though, this just oozes talent.
I love everything. From the meaning behind first names, to Scorpius and Al lover rumors. It's just perfect!
The whole atmosphere when they prepare the paper is so brilliantly written. So realistic! Yet, with a dash of magic, as it should be. It is Hogwarts, after all. I worked on a radio and I find that the dymanic is similar. So I love how you portrayed it.
Also, Clemence is great and what a true Slytherin, no? It's always great to read about someone witty and cunning. And you don't seem to fear to use her characteristics. The more, the better. She seems really interesting so far.
Oh, and Dom? Merlin, will she have some Weasley wrath to deal with from all of this or what? I fear for her safety. But she does seem like the type who can take care of herself.

For all the stories we've had on James, Fred, Hugo, and Louis, there's only been one on Albus, on whether he's secretly snogging that Malfoy boy or not.
"He's got a girlfriend."

Guess not.

Wonderful conclusion. What can I say but that it's a perfect 10/10.

Author's Response: Baww thanks ^__^ I was part of my school newspaper (granted, as graphics editor. I'm more Dom than Clemence in the newsroom), so I've been knee deep in the process for years.

I do love a smart heroine (villain perhaps is more appropriate? ;D). Confident leads are so few and far between sometimes.

Dom's not intolerable to the family, though is the occasional nuisance. She's charismatic + fun + tactful (which goes a long way in the Potter-Weasley clan) and mostly pushes the blame onto Clemence (who doesn't mind as long as they get more stories, and it's not like her reputation can get any -worse-).

Thanks muchly for the review ^__^!

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