Reading Reviews for Summer Screw Up
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Review #1, by Lauren A Normal Summer Day

8th June 2011:
Albus/Scorpius? Ugh. I'm such a Rose/Scorpius shipper that anything else--Lily/Scorp, Dom/Scorp, Al/Scorp--makes me gag. :)
Other than that, quite good. I liked Ginny's voice a lot!

Author's Response: Nah, Al/Scorp all the way. ;)

Thanks so much! I'm glad you liked it.

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Review #2, by lunarocks14 A Normal Summer Day

1st December 2010:
Ginny was evil!! Humph, but aawwh, so sweet! :D I love this fic :) hunting down all Al/Scorp fics at the moment. I like this one a lot. It's cutee! 10/10.

Author's Response: Aw thanks so much!!

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Review #3, by Meg A Normal Summer Day

29th July 2010:
aha. this is rly good :) x

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you liked it! ^_^

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Review #4, by Amanda A Normal Summer Day

11th July 2010:
Wow, I did not see that coming! You really should add a second chapter, though I'm not really sure what you would put in it, but I'm interested to see what will happen next.

Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed this! Shocker, right? Haha.

Unfortunately, this was written solely for a One-shot format. I'm glad you liked it that much though, to want to read more! :D

Thanks again!

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Review #5, by butterbeergal A Normal Summer Day

6th March 2010:
Oh my, that was hilarious! Haha!

Ginny is quite the troublemaker - I like her here. And believe me, that's saying something because I'm not normally that big a fan of her. Good, strong voice. I especially liked the part where you played around with the word 'shirtless'. Hahaha! That was really funny, I couldn't help but snort.

The Malfoy - haha! I might have found a new nickname for little Scorpy. I like him here, snarkiness and all. And Harry was so adorably clueless, too! I loved his outburst - so Harry.

My favorite moment, apart from the 'shirtless' part, was this:

She stood there, mouth agape, as everything she'd ever surmised in her life came crashing down on top of her, toppling every last known word out of her now empty vocabulary. In other words, she was speechless.

Brilliant! I couldn't have thought of any better way to describe the incredulity of the moment.

Flow was smooth, very easy to read. I liked your choice of words and sentence construction because it really worked for the humor of your piece. I liked the hints of sarcasm and irony. I'm all for that. Tee hee.

Technically, I didn't find any issue that stuck to me so I'd say it's smooth sailing in that aspect.

So yeah, if it still isn't obvious, I really enjoyed this mostly because this is my type of humor. I do hope you write more stuff. You're funny! :D

Author's Response: Thank you SO much! This might be the best review i'v ever gotten. :)

I'm glad you liked Ginny's voice, because i think i might've made her a bit too insensitive and mean. I don't know. Thanks for saying she was great though! Means a lot!

I loved the quote, the Scorpius, the Harry, andthe humor as well!! Sorry so concise. It cut off my terribly long response. :/ Thanks so much for the lovely review!!!

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Review #6, by SwedishWitch A Normal Summer Day

5th March 2010:
Haha:) This was great, really! I don't know if it was supposed to be funny, but I thought it was^^ It's very well written and Very much enjoyed! Lovely!


Author's Response: It was supposed to be funny!!! :)

Thanks so much. I'm glad you liked it!

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Review #7, by awesome247 A Normal Summer Day

27th February 2010:
Um... It's well written, but I don't think that Ginny or Harry would be that mean about it. I mean, getting her son in trouble made her HAPPY? And they might care about what they were doing in the shed, but I don't think who he was doing in the shed would be as much of an issue (unless it's his cousin or something). Sorry!

Author's Response: I think it's all a matter of opinion. I don't think any of us truly know how any parent would react toward something like that, so it's all up to interpretation. And honestly, I don't think Ginny would want anything to do with that situatuion until she would get her bearings. She wasn't necessarily angry; more shocked than anything. And Harry just expressed his shock in a different way. I suppose I should've made the story longer to really express their feelings in detail.

And this story really wan't meant to be taken that seriously, but I respect your opinion nonetheless.

Thanks for taking the time to read my story and review. I appreciate it!

PS-I'm glad you thought it was written well!! :D

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