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Review:Courtney Dark says:
I'M BACK! And boy am I glad I'm back, because this chapter was fantabulous (I am seriously overusing that word at the moment.)

Anyway, this chapter was classically Edie brilliant! Her life really is quite depressing, isn't it? Everything seems to go wrong for her all the time - she's back to working at another terrible pub, her love life is heading in who knows what direction and she's just been evicted. If I was Edie, I would be screaming and throwing valuable items around right now. I think it's definitely a good thing Edie is able to persevere (sort of) even in the worst situations.

Aw, I just love Edie and Oliver! And I love their friendship, too, and their conversation in the two-way mirror was written perfectly. I think my favourite part of the whole chapter was when Edie tried to make excuses about why she was in the bathroom and blurted out: "Five more minutes, girls!" That was genius!

I also loved how Edie was getting so excited about the prospect of watching Oliver's Quidditch training. She is honestly one of the best, most believable and lovable and hilarious characters I have read in this site. In fact, I'm almost tempted to say the best. In fact, everything about this story is amazing, and I'm sorry if I've started sounding like a broken record, but I'm going to be telling you that in every review, I can guarantee it!

I'm only realizing now how waffly and random this review is, so I'm going to stop writing now. I can't wait for the next chapter!

Courtney:)

Author's Response: Hello again! Thanks so much for coming back for another lovely review.

I'm glad that you like Edie's ability to (sort of) persevere. More than anything, she's probably just procrastinating even with acknowledging her life situation. I know I've said it before, but I really wanted readers to be able to sympathise with Edie, without feeling like she's begging for their sympathy. Y'know? I don't want her to be sad or depressed about her life situation... hence the title of the story ;3

I'm also glad that you're finding Oliver and Edie's camaraderie to be believable. I was writing this scene and was like "D'oh! She totally would have tried to crash a practise by now." But as I'm always editing, I'll be adding an earlier mentioning of this.

Gah, I just. Wow. I am so incredibly humbled that you think Edie is so well-written. Seriously, I actually hope to be a published author one day (~*~sHaRiNg My DrEaMs!!~*~) and you have no idea how encouraging this is.

Thank you!! ♥

PS: I am struggling with the next chapter (I've written, erased, and re-written the ending four times) but it's coming soon! Promise.


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