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Review #1, by harry_ginny4evThirty-One Bottles: Bottles Eight and One

30th March 2014:
I really like the idea of bottles so great job

Author's Response: Finished these up already! Wow, you went through quick!

The bottle idea was a way for me to write in small blocks because I didn't have time to write another full novel-length story. and, once I got into it I liked it more and more. Thanks again for reading and for taking the time to review.


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Review #2, by harry_ginny4evThirty-One Bottles: Bottles Twenty-Nine, Five and Nineteen

29th March 2014:
Your story is great, but in bottle nineteen, you called the duo "Gred and Forge" and Fred "Gred again in the next chapter. Overall it was good but those typos were comical.

Author's Response: Hey, first, thanks for reading some more. As for Gred and Forge, those aren't typos. In Order of the Phoenix(I think it was) while they are all holed up in Grimmauld Place, Fred and George are called Gred and Forge by Ginny as a joke because she considers them the same and interchangeable. I figured a joke like that would stick within the family, and the twins being the twins they would perpetuate it. So it has a canon source, and I liked it so much I used it here. Hope that explains where it came from. Enjoy the rest of the bottles :-)

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Review #3, by harry_ginny4evLearning to live again: From the Heart

29th March 2014:
Great story i liked it. There were some typos but nothing that affected the story itself so well done.

Author's Response: Glad you liked the story. It's kind of funny, It's been beta read and proofed multiple times, but I still find typos. I fix them as I find them. Check out it's sequel Thirty-One Bottles.

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Review #4, by harry_ginny4evThe Harder Struggle: Epilogue

18th March 2014:
Your story was great, but I feel that you could have elaborated a bit more. Thanks so much for giving me this story to read.

Author's Response: Hi,

Thanks for the review and I'm glad you liked the story. What aspect of the story did you think needed elaboration?


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