Hey there you ;) Oh I love this story/series/whateveritwillbe, I can't explain it. I adore Jack, he's fabby and gorgeous (even though I haven't actually seen him, because y'know, he's fictional and everything)! I love the side of Lily he's already bringing back and she's perfectly written: all dark and twisty (every seen Grey's Anatomy?) but she does have a fun side, I can sense it.
I hope Alecto gets sent to Azkaban but will there be a twist concerning her, I wonder? Also, how's Albie Sev doing; I worry about him (isn't that awful, worrying over a fictional character...)
Anyways, wonderful chapter in a wonderful story! My writing is losing its magic (MY MOJO NO) whilst yours is just gaining momentum: bit of a comfort :)
Hope your friend is okay, tell her that I, uh, say hi...? Hope everything sorts itself out and she gets back on her feet and you're okay! :)
S'laters Ginger ;)
Author's Response: Hey there you, too ;) Well, from now on I'm calling it 'whateveritwillbe' because that's the best name for it :D He is gorgeous/adorable/amazing all in one package, isnt he? I haven't seen Grey's Anatomy, although I've heard many good things. To be honest, her dark tone is mostly my own inner demons showing. Sad, but true. But yes, she does have a great fun side. She's... been a bit occupied, that's all :)
I'll try not to let anything slip here- erm, I won't be talking much about Alecto, even if there is a twist. She's not the priority in this story- Lily, Ellie and Jack are. So if there is a twist... it'll be near the end. I'll say that much. Ooh, we see a certain Albie Sev very soon... by the way. :D And no. Do you know how many times I cried worrying about Harry before the last book came out? TOO MANY.
Thank you, wonderful girl :) I hope I'm doing you proud. Dang it. The only suggestion I have is ditch the story. If the writing is fading, then your inspiration in the story is and you need to find something that really interests and inspires you again. Write anything- preferably a different genre with different characters, just so you have your fingers itching to explore it. It's not the best advice, but that's all I have. Otherwise, you get stuck in a rut and think you can't write, give up, and never write again wehn you're perfectly capable, it's just that you grew out of one story. Been there, done that, bought the postcard, took a roadtrip, saw the light, and ditched the postcard.
And I think this is my most-typed phrase but: thank you. Thank you a lot.
She's getting better, actually. I'll show her that comment though, I think it'll make her laugh >.< she's pretty good at bouncing back. I think sorting is slowly happening... I'm okay, thank you :)
S'laters Feather ;)