(this is all I meant to write but apparently the requirement is 20 characters.) :)Author's Response: Yep, the requirement is twenty characters :-p Thanks for reading! Report Review
That was a beautiful read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Very touching. Your characters spoke volumes!Author's Response: This was just something random I decided to write (in relation to one of my Marauders' fics), so I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for reading! Report Review
Great story, I just wish it was Hermione it Ginny's place. But James and Harry are both good fathers.Author's Response: I really can't see Hermione with Harry (unless we're talking about the movies), but James and Harry really are good fathers. Thanks for reading! Report Review
Moonlupin you are a genius, can you read my storie and give it a few pointers?
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The Potter legacy, one we actually don't think to connect when writing a story. A beautiful idea, a marvelous execution.
Bravo to you a hundred times.Author's Response: Yeah I thought it would be interesting to see the different generations of the Potters. Thanks for reading! Glad you liked it! Report Review
You wrote Next Gen! Yay! I had never heard this song before, but I went to youtube and listened to it while reading this. Brilliant song and it fits this story perfectly!
I love the way you put in that first part with James comforting baby Harry and talking to him. It was so sweet! And so sad when James was thinking about taking Harry to Platform 9 3/4.
I love the way you characterized James II. He seems so confident in the epilogue and Albus is the one who's nervous, but I bet James was nervous when he was a first year, too. Who wouldn't be? Harry's such a great dad in this. Everything he said to James seemed perfect. Excellent song fic! :)Author's Response: Yep, I wrote a Next Gen.! I'd never heard it either, but it came up on the related videos bar and I decided to see what it was like and I fell in love with it.
The first part with James was something I really wanted to do, to show the irony of how much he wanted to be with his son for all those experiences, but we know he didn't get to do that.
It was originally going to be Albus who I wrote about, but I changed it to James. James had to be nervous, even just a little. I think Harry would be a brilliant dad. Thanks for reading! Report Review
Wonderfully written as always! Actually got me a bit choked up there at the turning point and at the end. But I have moved on, no more crying *tear, sniff, sniff*. I actually had to go listen to the song "Walk Like a Man" because I never heard it before, but once I did I'm like *light bulb* of course I have.Author's Response: I was bored the other morning and I heard the song and this was what came to mind. Really, go listen to the song. It's on youtube and it's amazing! I really wish Bon Jovi had put it on their CD. Glad you liked this, thanks for reading! Report Review
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