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Review #1, by TreacleTart- Round 3 truth be told.

6th April 2015:
Hi Nadia
Iím here for the Gryffindor Capture The Flag Battle Round 3.

Wow! This was quite an accurate portrayal of OCD. Washing her hands until they bleed and crack. Yikes! Thatís pretty bad. I was amazed at how short this story was, but what a complete picture you provided.

The way that this is written makes me imagine a very young child. The annoyance with her family members, the unwillingness to have visitors, and her usage of the words ďthe bad placeĒ all really add to that feeling.

I hope that one day she is able to recover from this. Maybe the ďbad placeĒ will become a good place.

Lovely work!

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Review #2, by mymischiefmanaged truth be told.

6th April 2015:
~For the Capture the Flag Tournament, Round Three~

Hiya, here with an attack post for the CTF tournament :)

Wow, this one-shot is beautifully written. You've treated a sensitive topic with a lot of care, and although the story's really short you've managed to get across how serious it is.

I like the water motif. The opening line is fantastic, and I think Molly's focus on water is a clever way of exploring her suffering. ALSO the title is SO CLEVER. I really didn't know what to expect from the title and summary but it wasn't this, and yet it makes so much sense now that I've read it.

The bracketed flashbacks are a clever writing device. You don't devote much time to offering insight into Molly's background but you give us enough that we can see her tense relationship with her father and her inability to see what she's doing to herself.

Also I really like how you've shown her regression into being seriously ill. We can see that at the beginning her behaviour didn't seem too irrational, and she obviously still doesn't really see that it was a problem. And then it just gets more and more serious.

Gahh I want to leave you a much longer review and think of lots of insightful comments because I think this is really, really good, but I can't really think of anything more to say. Well done for writing something so clever!

Lots of love,

Emma xx

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Review #3, by randomwriter truth be told.

11th July 2014:
House Cup 2014 Review

Hello again, Nadia! Okay, so I'm always struck by people who manage to write something for the Every Word Counts Challenge, and you've already done it. Twice! And really well that too. I take my hate off to you, twinster!

I found this story really touching. Once again you've chosen to tackle a serious and sensitive issue. You've written about it, so delicately. I think that your writing has so many social implications. It's so far reaching.

You managed to tell us so much about Molly without really saying much at all. It's impressive, because each line carried so much weight. Each line conveys more than just the meaning. It's so full of depth and insight. I think you're a very smart writer. I really appreciate the brevity of this, and that coupled with how powerful this is is enough to make a lasting impression.

The line that won the Paws? I can see why now. In isolation, it seemed lovely. Again, deep and full of meaning. But now I've found out, that in context, it is possibly a hundred times more powerful. I also loved how you discussed the composition of water. But as a scientific fact and as something comprised of desire and hurt for her. She just wanted some attention.

Just stunning work, Nadia. You grown so much as a writer, as I just told you. It's incredibly. Keep writing such stories! You can really form a personal connection with so many people just because of how real the issues you deal with are. I also think it could help a lot of people :)

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Review #4, by LadyL8 truth be told.

7th July 2014:
Hi Nadia.

It's so weird to talk to you about something other than Brazil and our beloved Neymar, but I figured it was about time I read and reviewed one of your stories since my fellow Puffs have said wonderful things about you.

I really liked this story. This theme/topic is actually something that's very close to me, because my aunt is suffering from OCD but fortunately in a milder form. I think a lot of people forget OCD next to the other more "famous" illnesses, and I really wish it was more talked about. And this is actually the first story I've read on HPFF that is about OCD, and I liked it a lot.

I love the sentences "why did you do it, Molly?" and "I lost my mittens, Dad". The first one just makes me feel sorry for Molly. That lone sentence just goes straight to my heart, and makes me want to jump into your story to give Molly a big hug. And then the second sentence just explains a lot about Molly as a character. Because it shows that Molly doesn't see herself as sick. I guess you can also it differently. On one hand, it can seem like Molly doesn't want to hurt her family - and I definitely want to be all with this one - but on the other hand, it can also be out of fear of being sent to a hospital like she is - and that is unfortunately the case for many, they hide out of fear of being discovered and "forced" to get better.

But anyway, I think the story is really good. I'm glad you handled the sensitive topic with such care. And I loved it! 10/10

- Lotte

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Review #5, by HeyMrsPotter truth be told.

7th July 2014:
Nadia! How come you have written so many new stories and I wasn't aware of the fact?! I feel like I've missed out on so much!

It will never cease to amaze me that people can write for the Every Word Counts Challenge. The entries are always amazing and yours is no different. I cannot work out how you have managed to say so much in so few words. I feel like I know Molly's whole life after reading this little snapshot about her.

The story actually really hit a nerve with me because I've lived with someone who suffers OCD in a very similar form to the one you've written about. Reading it from Molly's POV just made it all make perfect sense. Every time I read something of yours that tackles sensitive issues like this one, you always do it justice and with such grace. I demand you share your talent with the rest of us mere mortals!!

Anyway, long ramble cut short- I loved this, as with all of your writing.

Dee -House Cup 2014 review.

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Review #6, by 800 words of heaven truth be told.

25th June 2014:
For some unfathomable reason I am finding this just now. This is actually so perfect! I love it to bits and pieces (like, seriously). Amazing stuff!

500 words really suits what you want to get across here. We don't spend much time in Molly's headspace because I think she doesn't like spending much time in her headspace. It felt like a complete story. The pacing was just fantastic! I especially loved all the parentheses (I do love me some parentheses) and the single word sentences really suited Molly's way of thinking.

And onto Molly herself! I was laughing, reading this. She's so amusing, and I love that she doesn't see herself as sick. She just sees herself as herself and doesn't understand why they want to change her. I loved this take on mental health!

Lovely story! And the water molecule references were pure gold (or should I say... Au?)!

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Review #7, by ReeBee truth be told.

29th April 2014:
Nadia! I decided to pop in! I haven't read any of your work for far too long! Or even contacted you in any way for far too long! So hi!

This was so simple and so so interesting! And omg! I would have never guessed the end was about self harm! It was written beautifully! The childish voice! Poor Molly :(

I really love the way you've written this! i honestly think its so unique and creative and i cannot think of a better way! This is the first time I've read something like this and well, I'm stunned! It was gorgeous! Seriously stunned into speechlessness!

The word count was so precise and honestly it suited the story so so well! I don't know what to say! Thats how perfect it was! i would gush more but it feels wrong, you know? just wrong. it was beautiful though! Unlike anything else I've ever read! Thank you for writing this amazing story!

Cant wait to read more of your work (i think i might try drummer boy tomorrow :) )

-Curie :)

Author's Response: Hey Curie! Thanks for stopping by! I'm seriously sorry I haven't responded to the other review yet.. I've fallen behind tremendously :( ♥

Thanks a lot :) It was hard to build up that character in such few words, I'm so glad you liked it!

Wahh, you are seriously so sweet ♥ Thank you thank you. Seriously, people like you make my day better, I honestly am the one speechless.

Thank you so so much for your kind words Cruei!! It means SO much to me. Seriously.

- Nadia ♥

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Review #8, by Rumpelstiltskin truth be told.

16th March 2014:
Hello there! (Blackout number 15/20)!

Plot/plot arch: This is fantastic. In some of Shakespeare's plays, he uses hand-washing as a sign of mental or emotional trouble and deterioration in response to feeling guilt and remorse over something they've done. I think my favorite example is in Macbeth, where Lady Macbeth begin compulsively washing her hands to rid any reminiscence of a murder. You've done something similar here, where Molly is compulsively washing her hands to make her feel better, which I think is an awesome element that you've added. It excessive to the point of self-harm, which you've covered the sensitive subject nicely.

Characterization: Molly is clearly troubled, and everything that has been in this as indirect or direct characterization of her has pointed directly to that. She's suffering.

Style*: Obviously, this is not your typical style, but I have read just about everything 800 words has written, and I think you've done a nice job replicating her style.

Emotion: Despite all of the indirect emotions that have been in here, indicated mostly by the hand-washing to the point of self-harm, you've added some very direct examples of emotion, which only highlights the depth of emotion that is meant to be evoked. She's "Forgotten. Broken. Alone." You've done a very good job at evoking some heavy emotions.

Other/notes: This has some great poetic aspects to it, and I think that it's absolutely fabulous.


Author's Response: Hello Rumpel! Sorry for not getting to your reviews, I am so behind!

Wow, thanks! I haven't read much Shakes except for a couple of sonnets and then R&J, so it's really interesting, that point about Macbeth. Definitely looking forward to that!

Thanks, I was really worried it wasn't in her style AT ALL!

Aw, thank you. I never wanted this story to be 500 words but I was so lazy and eurgh y'know, deadlines!

Thanks so much Rumpel. Your words mean a lot to me, and it's truly special. Thank you, thank you. I cannot express my gratitude ♥

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Review #9, by MyMyMiss truth be told.

14th March 2014:
Oh wow, the raw emotion you put into writing this story as amazing!

I loved the small intervals of reflections like 'I called them stupid' and now she understand exactly how it feels.

'The mean lady' No one wants to be looked after, unless you're i'll like with the flu or anything, and when you are in hospital you instantly dislike all the nurses that are attempting to look after you because the annoy you, so I really liked what you wrote there!

I am now acquainted with 800 words of heavens style of writing, and I actually think you did a pretty good job of her writing style. You reflected a lot and your pace and flow were consistent the entire way throughout they story.

I really enjoyed reading this!


-blackout review 8/20

Author's Response: Hey again! i'm so bad at responding to reviews in a timely manner! sorry!

I'm super pleased you liked those intervals :) I had loads of fun writing those :)

Ah, mean ladies. I think there will always be one, for them. They realize later that they truly do help, unless of course they're really strange people lolol.

Thanks for reading and reviewing :) I really appreciate the time you took to leave a review.

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Review #10, by DoctorUnderwood truth be told.

10th March 2014:
Ok. Bear with me for a second. This fic reminded me of something we discussed ad nauseam in my Lit Class.

In a lot of literature (Hamlet, The Awakening, The Mill (an excellent poem by EA Robinson)) female characters die by committing suicide in water. It's an interesting trend in many works.

The theory comes from women experiencing a lot of wetness ie childbirth and other wet experiences. I'll stop there. It's actually rather interesting and I encourage you to do some more research on the topic.

And anyway this story reminded me of that because of the whole beginning and ending in water. Sorry if that was rambling and incoherent!

And I'd better actually leave a real review!

I thought that this story was thought provoking and interesting. You definitely made your point clear and by no means was this badly written!

Author's Response: Hiya! Sorry for the late response! *hides*

Seriously? Wow, that's very interesting. I'm looking forward to Hamlet all of a sudden, because that concept is highly intriguing. I'll definitely be looking into that, because it's very cool! So thanks :D

Aw, thank you so much! I am flattered you liked it because I was extra mopey while writing this haha and all meh and I wrote it in half an hour so it was weird.

Thanks for reading and reviewing! I'm glad you liked the story!

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Review #11, by love_is_magic_ truth be told.

7th March 2014:
Hey there!

So starting out, this story does an amazing job of catching your attention. I love the very beginning, about everything beginning and ending with water. It's just written very well and is very thought provoking.

Oh no, Molly has OCD, doesn't she :( Well, I must say again, you really make me want to keep reading!

Wow, such a powerful connection to the water reference earlier. Actually, the reference runs all through here, doesn't it!

Okay, so I'm not really sure what to say on this besides it was amazing! In only 500 words, it was so powerful and truly made you feel everything Molly was feeling. You did such a great job here, I absolutely loved it!


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Author's Response: Hey Christy! ♥ So sorry for the late response!

Yes, Molly does have OCD :)

Yeah, water was the key element. How something that gives life also can give death, whether be lack of or used in a different way.

Aw, thank you so much for your kind words!! I am flabbergasted that you thought it was powerful, thank you so so much ♥

- Nadia

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Review #12, by adluvshp truth be told.

7th March 2014:
Blackout Battle 11/15

First off, I disagree with your author's note. This story is anything but bad writing. To be honest, I loved it.
Molly's pain and emotions were expressed really well here.
I loved your writing style, especially the use of brackets such as (I lied) and such. It made it all the more powerful.
Conveying the events and the pain in such a small amount of words is also very commendable. You really did a great job.
I liked how you showed the "progress" of her self-harm, if you can call it that. It made me feel for her all the more.

All in all, I loved your descriptions and the writing style here. The characterisation and theme was very touching and well portrayed.

Good work,

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Review #13, by Lululuna truth be told.

6th March 2014:
Hi Nadia! :) First of all, welcome back to the land of snow! And to the battle! :D

Ah, this was so gorgeous. I'm really impressed with the voice and pain you got across in the few words here, and packing a complete story into 500 words is really a great accomplishment.

I like how as the story progressed, what was going on became clearer and clearer. At the first line I was just like "?? Science??" but then you create this picture of this vibrant character - who is bitter and angry and hurting, but also clever and witty and real.

(Why did you do it Molly?) The parts in brackets were a powerful device here. This one, like it could be both the others questioning her and questioning herself, was really strong. I also really liked the last section in brackets, and how it explains all the troublesome images of the story and ties it together. The use of understatement here is truly brilliant.

I quite liked the imagery of the mittens and how Molly used it to hide her scars. Protection from the snow ties into the theme of water which was so strong throughout the story. It was a very simple, yet telling metaphor, and how Molly used hot water to abuse herself was really original and vivid, yet heartbreaking manipulation of water. The symbolism was brilliant.

I loved this, Nadia! :) It was a beautiful story and one which created this voice ringing so clearly in my mind. Well done!

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Review #14, by Akussa truth be told.

13th February 2014:
Hi! Congratulation are in order here : you are the oficial recipient of my 600th review! And I might add that this is probably in the top 10 quality-wise story that I have reviewed.

This piece is just so beautifully written, it's heartbreaking. We can feel the distress and emotional descent of Molly. I work with children and teenagers that suffer these kinds of psychological disorders I can tell you that you are spot on with her reactions. I especially like the fact that you did not pinpoint the reason behind the behavior because it's rarely clear what triggers such a need for cleansing rituals - at least not in the first steps of a therapy. Or it's very clear to everyone around the patient but he/she hasn't come to terms with it yet.

You did a wonderful job with the rythm and almost poetic narrative. The way you travel from descripting the behavior to the emotional reaction of Molly, then of the entourage; new degree of dangerosity, behavior, intrinsec reaction, extrinsec reaction. Beautifully portrayed.

If I have one bit of criticism, it would be your authors' note in the chapter summary. Personnally, I'd take it away for two reasons. 1) there is no need for it considering how wonderful this piece is. 2) I'm usually turned off from reading a piece when I see an author speaking disparagingly about his or her work. There are enough people in the world that will happily denigrate your work (with good or bad reasons), therefore, you should always be proud of what you put out; if you chose to present this piece, present it proudly and let the readers decide of their appreciation.

That was today's pearl of wisdom :)

Overall an amazingly profound and touching piece that I enjoyed from beginning to end, great work!

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Review #15, by maraudertimes truth be told.

11th February 2014:

Ergh, why must you do this to me? This was so beautifully written and it's so gorgeous, but so heartbreaking.

I think you really captured Molly's disintegration to self-harm very well and the beginning, the transition, and the end seemed very realistic yet very sad, and Molly's attitude in the 'bad place' with the 'mean woman' also seemed true to form.

I've never been in a situation like this, nor have I witnessed this, but I do believe you wrote this amazing well and realistically. The emotions seemed raw and the ending was quite sad, with Molly showing that she understood why that joke could be considered in bad taste and not quite funny. It showed that she understood that what she was doing was bad, which makes the fact that she did it that much harsher.

Everything I read from you is simply beautiful and sad (be happy, doll! :P), and also wonderfully written. I kind of love Molly II so I think this one might be my favourite so far.

So thank you, for posting this, because I loved reading this. Amazing, gorgeous, superb job!
Lo:') (I'm not crying, I swear!)

Author's Response: LO ♥ I am so so so sorry for this late response, I know, I suck :(

I am so pleased you think I captured her characterization lolol, I thought I was being a weirdo and writing about weird things but hey weird is cool :P

I haven't exactly witnessed it, or been through it :P Well, kinda, but in different circumstances :) It was inspired by it. I had a phone call earlier that day, and it was a "mean lady"'s call, and she properly ticked me off so I wrote her in a fic. Yep.

It's so hard to be happy :P ANGST IS THE EASIEST TO WRITE!

Pleasseee NEVER cry over my writing :P *hugs*

Thanks, you are spoiling me with your reviews ♥ I really appreciate the time you took for reviewing and thank you for the review :)

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Review #16, by patronus_charm truth be told.

5th February 2014:
Why was I not told about this? If I hadnít been putting my not so good stalking skills into practice this would have been hidden from forever! Anyhow, Iím here now so itís all sort of good!

Yaya for science things! It made me feel so smart understand those things, and it made me view the story in a different way. Well, what I mean is that people tend to use the same old description throughout, but using these scientific terms to describe things really put it into another light and I really enjoyed reading it like that.

Also, congrats for winning the Every Word Counts Challenge! Itís a really cool feeling it, isnít it? Though a pain when editing in case you accidentally go over or under 500 words :P

MIND BLOW. I was doing OCDs today at school as part of learning about Freud so perhaps it was a good thing you didnít tell me about it otherwise there would have been no coincidence and no fun. Anyhow, I really liked how you built it up with gradual signs at first because I thought it was just a small thing and then gradually progressing it into a bigger and bigger thing and that was really good given the small word count, and it was done so effectively!

The style choices in here were really fantastic! They added to that sort of detached air you had between Molly and her own family and it worked really well with the feel of the story. Another reason why I liked it because the things in brackets meant we got to see the narrative from another perspective which made it a lot more interesting read because it revealed the real Molly in those parts.

I found the ending so interesting to read because I was sort of hoping that she would finally realise that she did have this compulsion and that it was just something obsessive in her head and not washing her hands wouldnít bring about anything bed, but in a way your ending felt the most fitting rather than my wishful one. It really highlighted how much time it can take to recover from problems such as these and how it changes your perception of reality with these new Ďenemiesí.

I really liked the small sign of hope at the end with Molly perhaps realising what was wrong with her and that could be a signal for change. Iím glad you didnít expand on it further because the ambiguity of it was a lot more fun. This was such a great one-shot, Nadia, and a really interesting read! Plus, it conveyed so much in 500 words and that really should be commended!



Nobody was told about this because ew this story :P Thanks for stopping by and woohoo stalkingg skillzzz.

Ew gross I hate science and al that talk consisted of so much cliche :P Why do you like it lol i will never know :P

Bahah I was lazy and made it 500 words :P It was painful whenit's like "OH NO I THINK I AM GLORIFYING WHAT DO I DO THIS IS GLORIFYING!!!" and I had to edited out... I had to lose a bunch of contractions or whatever you call those don'ts and make them do nots :P


Wooh, really? Thanks. I can't do brackets like you so I tried using them in a really stupid way haha :P I love hearing all the things you have to say, because I never thought of it that way when I was writing it!

I really like your perspective on it, even better than mine! :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH YO YOU ARE AWESOME ♥ One day I'll write something awesomer than this hopefully in 500 words and then you will realize how bad this truly was :P

Thanks dear! ♥ ♥ ♥

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Review #17, by nott theodore truth be told.

3rd February 2014:
So. Nadia. I am not impressed by the fact you hid this story from me and didn't tell me that it had been validated. Nope. Not at all. Hmph. Anyway. Review.

Congratulations on winning the Every Word Counts Challenge! I know from experience that it's hard to manage, so well done on getting exactly 500 words for this story. I haven't actually read many of 800wordsofheaven's stories, so I can't tell you how you did as far as that is concerned, but I really enjoyed this!

You know I've got a soft spot for Molly II, and this version of her was really interesting. I liked how you took some of the elements that we normally see of her character and twisted them a bit - I could tell she was Percy's daughter, but there were some changes, and some more exaggerated behaviours that were a fresh take on the Percyishness (totally a word) that's been passed down.

The fact that she's got some sort of compulsion about washing her hands is really interesting - Molly seemed aware of the fact that it had become a way of hurting herself rather than just an obsession, and I'd have like to know a bit more about why she did that, I think, although it's hard to get everything like that in a 500 word story! But I liked Molly's character and her consciousness of what she was doing, and the fact there was still a dark humour in there too.

The brackets were really clever, and I liked the way that you used them to sort of carry on conversations and give a better idea about what people were thinking and doing in the story.

I have to say, I loved the fact that you didn't forget her family! She was happy enough to let her parents see her, but the extended family not so much, which I think would be true to what she's going through. The fact that you just mentioned Rose and the wider family helped give us a better idea about her age and relationship with them all as well.

The fact that she kept referring to it as the 'bad place' made her seem a bit like a child, and fit well with her state of mind at the time, I think. She's seeing people as the enemy when they make her do things she doesn't want to, and even though she's aware of what she's done and why she's doing it, it's like she's trying to mask the thoughts behind it with that name.

I can't think of what else to say, lovely! Except I'd be very happy to see you write more about Molly II in the future, maybe even something that goes from this into what she did before or after!

Sian :)

Author's Response: Wait what no, I didn't hide it, I simply just didn't mention it there's a DIFFERENCE DUHH.

Lol, what winning and what congratulations :P This was a terrible attempt lol :P I was all, 'GAH DEADLINE DEADLINE DEADLINE" and as soon as I hit 500 I was like, okay stop now please Nadia. I'm pretty sure I didn't at all do 800WoH's style properly. They write fluffy stuff, and the only thing a bit similar was short phrases and the use of first person.. yeah.

You make me seem so clever and intelligent but I'm not haha :P She was supposed to be this random strange girl who was upset with life, and this was her way of self harming, because it was such a... I dunno.. harmless thing and she manipulated it to make it wrong. I wasn't meaning for her compulsiveness to come out as Percyishness (awesome word!) :P But now you mentioned it and I feel smart so thank you!!!

This was supposed to be so much longer! I wanted to actually show her washing her hands. I actually wanted to show a lot more, but that wasn't happening becase I couldn't get to word it right... so I skipped that bit :P

Wah, yeha the brackets were weird but you liked them, yay!

Thanks so much for erm, enjoying this piece. I think I shouldn't have put it up because after Drummer Boy.. well, I don't know. But thank you for your kind words, they mean so much to me.



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Review #18, by UnluckyStar57 truth be told.

2nd February 2014:
Hi! This story looked super interesting, so I read it. And now I'm going to give you a review. :)

So, I've read a lot of 800 words of heaven's work--she's a brilliant author, and you are, too. Don't be too hard on yourself if you think that you didn't quite get the style right. After all, we've each got our own styles, and no matter how hard we try, we'll never be able to perfectly mimic someone else's. I, for one, think that you did a remarkable job.

Psychological problems in fanfiction always fascinate me. Here in the world of Next Generation Harry Potter stories, with pregnancies and parties and sex galore, people sometimes forget about the what ifs: What if someone's "fatal flaw" (so to speak) was something inside of their head? What if the problem got carried a bit too far? What if...?

Molly's characterization is absolutely brilliant. She has a sense of humor, as evidenced by her line at the end. She knows that what she's doing is destructive, but she can't stop and it would seem that she doesn't really want to stop. I find it incredibly interesting that she "did do it for the attention." I've never battled OCD or anything like that, so I don't know how it feels or why people do it, really, except that their minds are telling them to. Why did Molly need the attention that she wasn't getting? Was she jealous of her "annoying" family members?

I also think it's cool that you chose Molly. Molly is Percy's kid--uptight, borderline megalomaniac Percy--so it makes a lot of sense that she, too, would have obsessive tendencies. Thinking about her as the "obsessive compulsive" child rather than the "smart, bookish, strict, old maid-ish" child really turns everything upside down. You've created an incredibly compelling character, so well done! :D

My favorite part about this one-shot is how it starts with water and it ends with water--just like Molly's problem. So, in essence, with her joke she's actually talking about the story as well as her problem. ...I don't know, I just think that's really cool.

Fabulous work! :)


Author's Response: Hello! Super sorry for the super late response! ♥

Aw, really? :( I thought I couldn't do her style at all... She wrote happy stories and I wrote tihs weird ting. My main thing for her style was using short phrases, but I do that all the time :P

I love what ifs as well :) Super fun to read!

I'll be honest, I never meant for it to be about the attention. That was actually supposed to be, "I didn't do it for the attention." But, because I didn't want it to go against ToS and stuff, I changed it. I originally wanted her to just... get obsessed with it, and for her to find enjoyment o.O (I AM WEIRD I KNOW)

Thanks, I've always wanted to write about Molly and Lucy! Lucy one day, I hope ♥

Aw, thank you. I never meant it to be that wya, but you saw it like that and it makes me feel super smart!

I really appreciate it and sorry for the horribly late review ♥

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