5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by We Are Padfoot and Prongs A Picture Says a Thousand Words

6th November 2011:
I repressed snickers throughout this entire thing. I love this story! (There are still mistakes by the way.)

Author's Response: Thanks! Suppose I'll have to go through and edit AGAIN *sigh* But thanks, I always hate reading stories with a ton of mistakes so I'll make sure to fix them.
~mugglemania


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Review #2, by CoLorful DreaM A Picture Says a Thousand Words

4th August 2011:
You said she was already graduated, but she was seventeen. Well, taking in count school starts at eleven, she must be at least eighteen. The one-shot was really sweet, though. I loved Bill’s reactions through all the photographs. The part with Angelina getting George out was lovely, too. Just lovely. I loved the idea of the one-shot!

Author's Response: Oh, hmmm. I hadn't thought of that. Thanks for catching my mistake!
Thank you! I'm so glad you liked this story.
~mugglemania


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Review #3, by magicmuggle01 A Picture Says a Thousand Words

5th July 2011:
An excellent one shot. Somehow I really couldn't see Bill as a grandad, but I think he'd be a good one. How about another story where his granchild is involved? Another 10/10.

Ps. When are you going to do an update to your other Vicky story?

Magicmuggle01

Author's Response: Thanks! I was thinking about doing a follow up story and started writing, but have given up. I might return to it, though.
Updates may be a while because of the trusted-authors-only thing and I will be out of town for a few weeks this summer. I'll try, though!
~mugglemania


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Review #4, by MsAnnaPotter A Picture Says a Thousand Words

22nd June 2011:
Aw! This is great! My favorite part was---
Bill did not seem to notice them leaving, but began muttering to himself, “Job, marriage, good, responsible, likeable. DAMN.”

Author's Response: Thanks :D
~mugglemania


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Review #5, by Me A Picture Says a Thousand Words

18th June 2011:
'“Er, treacle tart sounds really good right now,” Harry stammered.
The other adults unanimously agreed and scurried out the door. George sat on the couch with a wide smirk until Angelina came back and dragged him out by the ear. “But I wanted to watch,” he complained quietly.
Bill did not seem to notice them leaving, but began muttering to himself, “Job, marriage, good, responsible, likeable. DAMN.”'
Hehehe! I love it!

Author's Response: Thanks :D
~mugglemania


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