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Review:marauderfan says:
Ok I'm caught up now. I liked the way Merissa told her sisters - in a very honest way, much more honest than she was to her parents - the fairy tale was a nice way to do that in a way that they will understand, being of the age that she would appreciate fairy tales.

(side note: in that letter, she mentions learning the history of the magical world, which got me to thinking - is Professor Binns alive in this story? I think that'd be a really interesting touch. I mean, we don't know exactly when he died, so maybe he was alive then. Anyway, /offtopic )

I thought the situation between Merissa and Margaret was a bit confusing, to be honest. I'm not sure if you intended it that way - as a mystery to be solved later - and if so then ignore my comments, but it seemed like something was missing.

I'm curious to know what's going on with Merissa's wand! Great job so far :)

Author's Response: Thank you very much!

Merissa couldn't write about the magical happenings in her parents' letter because of what could happen if the letter was misplaced and found by the wrong person.

It was fun writing the fairytale. I discovered that it's fairly difficult to write a fairytale that actually sounds decent. :)

I looked up information on Professor Binns and realized that he ought to have been teaching the History of Magic class as he apparently died in the 1700s. :I

I will be changing the History of Magic teacher and Professor Plotwerth, who still deserves to be a teacher, will now become the Etiquette teacher. :)

I agree, Margaret came out of nowhere. I have added a few notes to introduce Margaret into the story a little sooner and hopefully clear up confusion.

Thank you very much!

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