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Review:spreaddapoo93 says:
Hello!

I've just finished the most recent chapter of 'And Capers Ensue', and decided to shack up here in this wonderful caccoon of 'Etc Etc and Life Goes On' (Who wouldn't with that enticing beaut of a chapter image and summary!)

Wow... Your opening chapters are always so fascinating; you have this ability to create completely different worlds, and captivate the audience with one line - your writing skills are really miraculous (Merlin knows the HPFF community are just blushing prostrate with gratitude for your contribution!).

Your OCs are always so fiery and awesome! Clemence, as cold and heckling as she sounds, feels like a really strong character who knows her piece of mind and won't be afraid to shove it down your throat until her knuckles feel like a nice and familiar part of your insides. I love the quick and witty (quickitty?) snip snap of her narration - it's so edgy, what I would really imagine a reporter to be like; I can actually almost visualize her thought processes as little quick-quip-quill notes arranged across an infinite bulletin board.

It's an interesting position, because she must know about her reputation and what others think of her; her duty as a reporter supercedes any chance of a normal, healthy social life, which is probably a remarkable breeding ground for character development/unfurling throughout the story (Eek! I'm so excited to find out more about her).

Oh! And Albus... Ever like his father; he seems the perfect opponent to the unstoppable Clemence Fitzgerald.

Golly, I sometimes wonder whether you're privy to some fertile plot-bunny-spring that none of us mere mortal aspiring-writers are, because you come up with the grandest of ideas that work so well with your concept. Like, the portraits' involvement as informants almost, and Fat Lady's ever-thriving vanity being fed by dear Clemence (and she does it so well, too. She's a pure pro, with that little extra-added scandalous gasp!)

Anyway, intriguing chapter; I love it to bits - the whole classification of the three types of people; gyah! I think I'll be quoting that line over and over until my friends feel the urge to etch it on a specially made bullet to shut me up. Really; Operation Albusgate is so fascinating and exciting~ I can't wait to find out what happens next!

Author's Response: 'shove it down your throat until her knuckles feel like a nice and familiar part of your insides' omg this is the best thing I've heard, well, at least today. And it's really the whole reason why I love writing Clemence. There's a no-holds-barred side to her that people typically lock away, but being able to freely flaunt that makes for some guilty pleasure writing :'D 'shove it down your throat until her knuckles feel like a nice and familiar part of your insides' omg this is the best thing I've heard, well, at least today. And it's such a big reason why I love writing Clemence. There's a no-holds-barred side to her that people typically lock away, but being able to freely flaunt that makes for some guilty pleasure writing :'D with all the wit and timing I wish I had.

And also that she is so self-aware (but this is also limiting, you'll find). She knows exactly what she gives up in order to gain something else, so she doesn't have many regrets, because she is always in control of herself.

It's a story for quoting! Like I said, I wish I could pull of Clemence's lines in real life, Z-formation snap optional :'D I have a silly love for larger-than-life stories. It's the only way these things work. It gets crazier if you can believe it xD as everything I write does.


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