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Review #1, by blackballet This Girl Is On Fire

7th August 2013:
I think this a great little sequel. I love your continuation of her character, and Donna and Poppy as well. She's very vicious, isn't she? Well, I love it! Thanks for writing this, and I almost hope you do more sequels now.

Author's Response: Why thank you! It's actually quite easy to write mean Victoire but I think that's mostly because I like writing her so mean.

I'm glad that you enjoyed it and you'll be seeing a lot more sequels coming from me (and I do mean A LOT, it's almost scary how many stories have sequels to them).


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Review #2, by Courtney Dark This Girl Is On Fire

10th July 2013:
Hey there!

Okay, so I couldn't resist reading and reviewing this - I really enjoyed your portrayal of Victoire in Weasley Smart, so I was definitely curious to read this, too.

I love Victoire! How unpleasant she is - it's so refreshing, reading about a main character who is actually quite unlikeable meaning that she's totally likeable (if that made any sense whatsoever.) And she's so amazingly sassy!

There was some little bits and pieces that I really loved about this one-shot:

"I wasn't laughing."

"That doesn't mean much, you never laugh," Donna pointed out. - Just perfect, absolutely perfect!

"Why, after all, I'm not smart, my teachers were just bribed to give me good grades," Victoire replied innocently. - I personally thought that was an excellent comeback. Well done Victoire!

Nice job!

Courtney:)

Author's Response: Your challenge inspired me to write two one-shots and start a story based on Victoire and how cranky she is.

I totally understand what you mean about a character being so unlikeable that it makes you like them. It's happened to me so many times when reading fanfiction.

Nothing like your friends to point out that you've got next to no sense of humor! I'm going to enjoy writing Donna!

Anyway, thanks for reviewing and I really enjoyed reading and responding to this!


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Review #3, by ginerva_molly_weasley This Girl Is On Fire

6th July 2013:
Hey there. Reviewing you from the Review Tag thread!

This story has a very good concept. You have created a whole different type of character for Victoire with her having the typical Weasley temper rather than just the beauty from Fleur's side. Also the idea of the Orange flaming hair is just wonderful as it adds more of the Weasley characteristics into it right there.

The thing I felt this story lacked was more description. You could've explained about Victoire's personality a little bit more and this could've helped the story or even explained how she'd become friends with Poppy rather than just saying they became friends. In this case you could've added the description and it could've slowed the pace down rather than jumping from a few different events. The speech was a little disjointed too but that was nothing particularly major and it would've been helped by the extra description.

I didn't notice any grammar or spelling mistakes here so well done for that. Also I do like the whole storyline, telling the story of how people did have some prejudice towards Victoire and I think you showed that it was more due to jealously than any of the allegations they were talking about actually being true so I really liked that.

Well done
GinevraMollyPotter

Author's Response: Hello!

There doesn't seem to be nearly enough cranky Victoire Weasley's out there, I thought I'd add to that small list with this one-shot.

I agree, the story did lack some description and I also felt like it was a bit rushed. The friendship with Poppy is explained, it's just explained in the other one-shot and I felt like it would've been too repetitive if I mentioned it again. This also means I need to do some editing so that everything is more organised.

The media may love the Potters and Weasley's but that doesn't mean that the entire student body likes their kids!

Thank you for the feedback, it was really appreciated!


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