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Review:Danielle Felton says:
These five chapters left me with an ache in my jaw, a tightness in my throat and a wetness in my eyes. Do you have a way with words! This was incredible! It was able to touch so many feelings and invoke so many thoughts...I literally was speechless after reading this. I don't know how old you are...but you must be quite an old, experienced soul to write with such fluent emotion. Very few stories have me feeling things after reading them...and this is definitely one of them. I have dealt with loss and reading this sort of refreshed it in my mind and pointed out all of the mistakes I'm making in my current relationships with my loved ones...you are a stranger living probably really far away from where I'm from...but just know you had really HUGE impact on me...with these five chapters you have written. Thank you for the opportunity to read your work of art. :)

Author's Response: Danielle Felton,
My apologies in taking so long to respond. I always get behind and I'm so sorry.

Thanks so much for taking a chance on this story and for telling me how you felt after reading it. It sounds like it really touched your heart on a personal level. It is a compliment to me as a writer that I could evoke those emotions from a reader.

As far as how old I am... well, I'd say I'm older than most of the writers and readers on this site. ;)

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. And really, there are so many ways that people deal with grief. And I'm sure books do help, it was just part of Hermione's storyline. I do think that being around loved ones does help, even if we feel a bit lost in doing it.

Draco's issue with the letters he didn't want to read actually came from my Grandmother-in-law who lost 3 husbands in her life. She said it was the Sympathy cards that were the worst. They were too sad and she didn't open some of them. And when we went through my Grandmother's home, we found the sympathy cards that she got when she lost her 18 year old son in a car accident (my uncle). I wasn't born when it happened, but going through the letters from that time brought him to life and made him real to me. ;( You describe the tightness in your throat well, as that is exactly what happened. ;( I don't send sympathy cards anymore.

Awe, go hug the ones you love and tell them you love them and that you think of them often. Make amends where you can. Remember the good and forget the rest.

I may be a stranger in a far off land or the lady next door. You never know. :)

It is truly amazing to hear that I've made an impact on you. Honestly, it's amazing and I appreciate it very much.

I'm not sure what brought you to this story, but I'm so glad that you did.

From my heart,
Dark Whisper



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