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Review:ValWitch21 says:
Okay. I had so many options to pick from, but I chose this, and now I'm really glad I did because I'm a sucker for Hannah/Neville and this was so perfect. If you ever decide to write something longer about these two you need to tell me, okay?

Now. Your Hannah. I can't even begin to describe how much I adore her characterisation. All the little details you put in, like the fact that she's appreciated by Augusta; still has little habits from the war, like not wanting to stay alone; or is surprised that she owns a pub -- those added to her brilliant portrayal smoothly and beautifully.

Okay now moving onto Neville, that is one of the best portrayals ever of him as an adult and he doesn't even talk. He is unexpectedly normal Yes. There are so many stories where Neville suddenly morphs into a confident, sometimes even arrogant person, and with you, well, he doesn't: he's not physically perfect, he's still a bit shuffling and awkward, he didn't get a big head. THANK YOU. &hearts

I think I'm just going to go and fill up on more of your writing now. Annnd I still need to review the other chapters of The Middle Man.

Author's Response: Hi Val! Thanks for the swap! You definitely didn't have to do multiple reviews, but I really appreciate it. I always love your feedback.

I don't currently have plans to write anything focused directly on Neville and Hannah, but I definitely will let you know if it happens. I do have vague plans to do a post-Hogwarts novel after I finish both Diamonds into Coal and Post Scriptum, so I can see including some Neville/Hannah in that along with the other canon ships. I'll keep you updated on it :)

We know so little about Hannah, so I had fun getting to know her and just playing with her personality. She seems like the kind of nice, normal girl that would be good for Neville, especially following his wartime experience.

Agreed about Neville--I think his awkwardness and genuine nature is what I love about him. He's a reminder that ordinary, flawed people can do extraordinary things, and also that you should never judge a book by its cover. To try to make him into some kind of superhero robs him of what I consider the best parts of his personality. I'm glad we see eye to eye.

Thanks for this fabulous review, Val :)

-Amanda


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