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Review:orangezauber says:
I don't understand how you do it. The chapters are so eloquently written that I find I cannot focus on anything else. Which makes it difficult to keep my mind in my studies at time ;-) You always have a great balance of action, romance, and life. Sirius and Capri really do have this pull to one another. However, I must say the one who really captured my interest this chapter was Remus. I loved how you described Sirius feeling as though he could talk to Remus about things that James might not understand. It is not very often one reads things like that. Then Remus' concern for his friend and his friend's heart was really reassuring. It truly showed how close the marauders were. You didn't have to go into much detail for your readers to feel that connection.

I appreciate your kind words about my possible stories. Perhaps I will have to post at least the start of one my the end of the year (a year's time should be enough for me to find inspiration for the middle portions). It brings me such joy to know there are people as thirty for a good story as I am. Your words to me are so kind and I hope to not disappoint.

Thank you for busting my ego a bit. I just wish my stories are as half as good as yours.Thanks again for posting. It was a highlight of my day.


Author's Response: Hey again :)
So glad to hear from you once again! This wasn't a great chapter although I really do appreciate your wonderful praise. It was a bit of a filler and a staging chapter for the next chapter which is still in the works.
I adore Remus, his character is easily the most complex one to write. There is such depth to the character Rowling created that we barely got to scratch the surface in her books. I think that he was the glue that held the group together in my opinion. He feels like the one who was equally good friends with James, Sirius and Peter. They all I'm sure confided in him and keeping secrets was something he knew all too well. I want to write giving more prominence to Remus but I fear that I'm not quite skilled enough to pull off such a perfect character. We'll see :)
If I may shed some light. None of my stories have an ending in mind. Especially with Caprice, I don't know any more than the next two chapters ahead. Its how it started and I've maintained that. Writing this way is a sort of a journey, you get to build on the start you created and take risks you never would have if you planned the story all along.
Go ahead and post your beginning, readers and reviewers will help you judge how to take the next step. Unsure footing is always a great place for adventure to begin :)
Good luck.

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