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Review:randomwriter says:
Hello Amanda! I'm back :)

As I mentioned before, I'm studying psychology and as a result of that, this appeals to more than just the potterhead and literature lover in me!

I love the style of writing you've employed in this story. it's unfolding really nicely and I like that you update on a regular basis too :) I remember the last two chapters very well.

The scene with the therapist was quite nice. Ginny's hesitation when it came to talking about Tom is very realistic and I like how you wrote it out. Ginny is trying to give her a sense of the issue, without letting much on because she's still unsure about the whole thing. I really liked that touch, and though assuming that Harry and Ginny were having marital problems was unprofessional of Bree, I still sort of liked her.

The last scene literally sent shivers up my spine. I wasn't scared, but it did spook me out a bit. And let me tell you, I'm not easy to spook. At all!

The diary bit especially. Since we're obviously meant to draw parallels between her experience back then, and the events that are happening now, I'm all the more curious.

Who's trying to possess her now? Or is it just her head messing with her (you know, PTSD)... I can't wait to find out! Once again, nice update :)

Author's Response: I'm glad you're enjoying my writing style and feel like the update schedule is appropriate. I'm a bit too busy right now to be able to update every week, but I tried to restrict myself to this one story (and the odd one-shot) in order to be able to update more than once every month or two.

As a therapist, if I were to have a celebrity client -- I think that would be hard. I probably would keep it together enough not to make assumptions like Bree did, but I can't say I wouldn't be wondering what was going on in that person's life. I felt like it would only be natural for Ginny to feel awkward and cautious in her first session; that's usually the way it goes, and I think it's normal to feel that way at first. If she builds more trust with Bree, maybe she'll be able to open up more.

It's great that the final scene was spooky! I won't reveal yet if what's going on is actually happening or just all in her head, but suffice it to say that Ginny's troubles aren't even close to being over just yet.

Thanks for your lovely review :)


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