I spent the whole story waiting for Ginny to figure out her head was hurting because she was upside down, not necessarily due to the paint...
But while I seem to be missing the point of the fic, you do have an amusing writing style. Ginny's inner monologue made me grin several times. You also write well, with a good grasp of grammar, punctuation, and dialogue. I did catch a few places I thought there should be a comma, but nothing that threw me abruptly out of the story. Good job! Report Review
THAT ... was weird!
loved it! Report Review
I liked your story. It was cute and funny. Keep up the good workAuthor's Response: Thanks. :) Report Review
Very cute! i liked it. i`ll give you an eight. (very high for me! lol)Author's Response: lol, thanks, glad you liked it :) Report Review
hahahah. . . what a wonderful, nice, cute, pointless little story! Ahhh. . . I've read so many different stories already with this title, and it's just amazing what people have come up with, I mean. . . no two are the same, honestly! I love the ending! The ending's just brilliant, I mean--who would've thought "If these walls could talk they'd be telling me to paint over them quick as possible." What a great little snappy ending!!!!! Of course, it rather DID have no point (except to fill a challenge, which you did wonderfully) it was just them arguing the whole point, and there was one instance where I had to go back and check something because you said “Oh don’t ‘come on Gin’ me! I’m your wife, don’t I get a say in the matter?” and I thought that maybe it was slash, but I remembered that you specified earlier that it was Harry, so I was sort of revlieved that it was a mistake! hahaha. . . ahhh, it was great, and you should be proud of it! What a way to fill a challenge, eh?
10/10!Author's Response: Thanks so much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. It's odd because it was something I had actually dreamed a few days before I even saw your challenge. Crazy, no? Thanks again :) Report Review
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