Reading Reviews From Member: Claire Evergreen
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Review #1, by Claire EvergreenHeroes: Impossible

26th May 2013:
So, I've read BTQC and Hormones, but just haven't gotten around to reviewing them, so I figured I'd start here.

Oh. My. God.

This is just simply amazing, fantastic, beautiful, gorgeous, awe inspiring, and so many other words I can't think of right now. I've been searching FOREVER for a decent post war George/Angelina fic (I feel obligated to tell you that my iPad just tried to autocorrect that to 'fix' and I died with how accurate that was) and I have finally found one that goes over the top! This is just so perfect and I can legitimately see this happening!!! It's perfect in every single way. Gah, this is just too freaking perfect!!! You are one of my favorite authors on here (does that even make sense?) and I love all your stories!!!

Ok, I'm going to stop now before I embarrass myself any further :)

Author's Response: Why hello there! I'm really glad you're liking some of my stories -- I hope you get a chance to let me know what you think about BTQC and Hormones. I'd love to know.

Also, I really appreciate you taking the time to read this story. It is something that has been really important to me ever since I wrote that little snippet in Hormones about Ang and George.

i understand that most people weren't interested because let's be honest, it's sad. It's heartbreaking. Fred is my second-favorite character and his death gave the wall a nice dent after I threw my book. So this story was really heart-wrenching for me to write.

To know you like it means a ton to me. So much. So thank you so much for reading and reviewing and making my day that much better :)

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Review #2, by Claire EvergreenRemember the Slytherins: Perhaps, possibly, just maybe not so broken after all.

15th April 2013:
Honestly, this is perhaps one of the most brilliant stories I've seen on here. I love that you don't just assume that everything was all hunky-dory after the war which nearly all of the Next Gen stories (mine included) do. It's a completely different, yet completely plausible, series of events. I'm honestly in tears at some points in your story, I'm so attached to your characters.
And I would just like to say thank you for portraying Slytherins as real people with real problems. Too often they are just labeled as the bad guys and are given no personality whatsoever.

Wow, just listen to me gush, haha. I can't tell you how much I love your story and I'm on the edge of my seat to see whet it ends up!

Author's Response: Um wow. Just a warning, I have a really difficult time responding to compliments, so I apologize if anything sounds more awkward than usual.

I don't know if I'm just a freak, but I have honestly never seen Next Gen as hunk-dory. I think there would simply be too much pressure on the Potter-Weasleys, and if it wasn't that there would definitely be some prejudice regarding the Slytherins. (If you want something more about that - Sheriff's Lion, Eagle, Badger, Snake makes my stuff look like kindergarten work).

I am a Slytherin, so I may be a little partial to them. :) I just think no one gives them enough credit, and I'm glad you like them. I am so attached to what I call them - the family - that it's really hard to write this sometimes.

Thank you so much for the amazing compliments, and I just *melts into a puddle*


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Review #3, by Claire EvergreenReal Ladies.: Of Letters and Parents.

7th May 2011:
Such a great story! You really bring the characters to life!

High five for super nerds! I'm a freshman in high school taking AP World History (our AP exam is this Thursday. Eep!)

Author's Response: I try! Thank you so much. And good luck!

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