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Review #1, by ANightingaleInAGoldenCage Feel Again

8th April 2017:
Hi! Here for CTF #4!

What a start to a story. Seriously. You do not waste a moment with going right into the action and giving us a terribly sad chapter to begin with. Not that it's written terribly, but god, the emotions! It is really well done, the confusion, the discombulation, the trying but not being able to move the toes and both the reactions from Lavender and McGonagall. It's so spot on, as well as the fear and not getting what's going on and being so out of it yet aware at the same time. I really don't know how to put it otherwise. And then the fact that they end with the Weasleys and Potters standing there, so sad, and all the people telling him he'll get better - my heart just absolutely broke here. Both out of sadness and happiness for the support he's getting. But it must be so scary as well for everyone involved... And did I mention yet that your word structuring is brilliant as well? The fact that his scream gets lost in the noise from the audience - that sentence really struck my heart. It was so beautifully written, as well as the inferno of pain. Really, I cannot praise this story enough and i feel so bad for everyone but I also want to know what happens next. Excellent job here, Tanya. Absolutely excellent.

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Review #2, by lovegood27 Feel Again

8th April 2017:
Hi, I'm here for Capture The Flag! ;)

This was so emotional to read, I almost stopped at one point because it literally hurt so much to find out about James being in so much pain. I liked how you started it with something as simple sounding as winning a Quidditch match, though why anyone wouldn't want to root for Gryffindor is beyond me. Or Ravenclaw, since it's never clearly stated what house he was in, though it's nice that you left some imagining to the readers :)

Omg, that clapping scene. It was so touching, especially when James realised that they were actually cheering for him, not because it meant he wouldn't be able play anymore. I loved how you mentioned his siblings and his cousins, and how you left the story with poor James feeling comforted and us hopeful.

Also, this is something less minor but I appreciate Lavender as the matron. Since she's suffered attacks and been through a lot herself (I liked the details you gave reminding us with the scars on her face), it seems only fitting she would replace Madam Pomfrey.

I think you've done a superb job, despite what you said in you a/n. I think this has definite potential to become a novella, though, so if you ever write more I'd be interested to read it :D

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Review #3, by Jayna Feel Again

24th February 2016:
Hello Tanya! Happy Birthday!
So, this was the only thing of yours I hadn't read yet, and it was definitely a welcome surprise to see that I had missed one. It was all too easy to relate to James, to the point that I was getting anxious and scared. You do a really great job of making the character relatable, and it was hard not to try and wiggle my own toes to make sure that I still could :P I felt so bad for him, one minute he was the star of the Quidditch team, the next he couldn't move a toe. Aww! Why must you do this to poor, sweet James?

I loved all the descriptions you used and especially seeing Neville, McGonagall, and Lavender back at Hogwarts. I'll admit that at first I thought this story was about the first James, so when I got to Madame Brown I was thinking about how the nurse was probably Lavender's relative of some sort. :P

My favorite part was definitely the house unity. It was just such a sweet ending and I'm sure it made the whole ordeal less frightening for him. I just wish that was what actually happened in real life, but I know that if this kind of thing happened at my school, everyone would be spending more time spreading rumors than actually being all supportive like this.

So yeah, happy birthday, have a wonderful day, and thanks for everything you do, 365 days a year! :hug:


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Review #4, by Your Very Own Secret Cupid ♥ Feel Again

13th February 2016:
Hello there, my dear Tanya. It is I, Your Very Own Secret Cupid, here with a Valentine!

How horrible for poor James. It's crazy how everything can change just in a moment like that. One second he's gliding along, prepared to score and the next, the poor thing is paralyzed. What a frightening experience.

I can't imagine how scary that would have been to wake up and not be able to move or speak. James kept it together better than I would have, but the poor thing definitely was scared. You could feel how confused and worried that he was. And the tense atmosphere you created with the professors had me just as worried and concerned for him.

I liked how much you told us in so little words. You get the feeling that James was probably arrogant, with his thoughts about how the rest of the school wanted Gryffindor to lose. And how he thought they were probably happy to see what had happened to him. You get the feeling that perhaps after this he may try to change. I also did like how the school was pulling for Slytherin for once, too.

I was glad to see the school mates all concerned for him at the end, and that he didn't feel so alone at that moment. Even in such a horrible situation, you managed to end it on a somewhat high note. It leaves you hopeful that James will make a full recovery and that everything will be alright in the end.

As always your writing was flawless and such a pleasure to read. You have a gift for telling a story, that's for sure. Great work on this and I hope you have a wonderful Valentines Day!!

♥ ♥

- Your Very Own Secret Cupid

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Review #5, by The Basilisk Feel Again

12th December 2015:
Hiss Hiss, Guess who? It is I, the mighty Basilisk.

I loved thisss. What a beautiful piece of writing. Your depiction of house unity is lovely here. I especially loved how the Slytherinsss clapped together for James too, and cheered him on. The feeling of not being able to feel anything physically is terrifying and you've captured it so beautifully in your writing.

Your dialogues and narrative are very natural and smooth flowing. From Madam Brown to McGonagall, you've got them down very well. Love the little detail by the way, like Lavender being the Hogwarts Healer. And of course, the description of James' pain from the beginning to the end is amazing. Love the last line - ends the piece on such a lovely note.

Great job writing this. Pleasure to have read it. 10/10

Hiss Hiss
The Basilisk

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Review #6, by nott theodore Feel Again

5th August 2015:
Tanya ♥ ♥ ♥

It's been the longest time since I read any of your lovely stories so I thought I'd stop by your page a little bit today! Except now I'm slightly wishing that I hadn't chosen to read this one while I'm at work, since I have tears in my eyes that are kind of hard to explain to other people in the office... (yes, someone arrived, finally :P)

This was such a sweet story! It was so sad and worrying and yet at the same time the ending was really beautiful, and that's the reason I have tears in my eyes right now. I don't like to think of something like this happening to anyone, especially a pupil still at Hogwarts and James Potter, at that, when his family have already been through so much (why are you so mean? wah!), but the ending was written so beautifully and it was just so sweet that I found it really touching and I couldn't help smiling, even though I kind of wanted to cry at the same time.

The opening of this was so well written - it just grabbed the reader instantly and made them want to read more of the story. The Quidditch accident sounds so horrible but it's everything that follows on from it - I think when you read the books you sometimes forget that not everything can be solved with magic, and there isn't necessarily a way to mend James (though I hope there is. Really, really hope there is. And since I don't see a sequel to this story, I'm telling myself he went to St. Mungo's and they healed him, okay?) and it's just so worrying that I couldn't help panicking along with the others in the story! When Madame Brown was so worried too, and didn't know how to help him and couldn't really do anything, that just made it even worse, because you kind of expect any Hogwarts Quidditch injury to be fixable by her...

I thought you wrote James and his panic so well, too. At the start there was so much confusion - everything was happening so quickly, with the Bludger hitting him and then him being injured; when he wakes up, everything seems to be happening at once and he doesn't really know how to react to it. He's struggling to remember what happened and then to find the words to describe it, and how he feels - and then, even worse than all of that, when he finds the words, he can't even voice them!

It was so, so scary when he first realised that he couldn't actually move at all! I felt so sorry for him, my heart just went out to him - because I can't imagine what that must be like, to find out that you're suddenly unable to move at all when you've been so active. But you did a fantastic job of writing the way that he felt - all those conflicting, colliding emotions that he couldn't entirely explain or understand, and that was all made worse because he couldn't voice them. It's just so sad to think of it happening, but then it does happen in everyday sports too and so it's realistic and believable, even if I don't want to believe it...

The ending ♥ It was so sad that James thought that people were gathered around because they were happy that he'd fallen and that he hadn't won the match with his team! I can understand why he'd think that in a way, because he's in such a dark place with what's happened and he feels so trapped and suffocated, but I'm glad that it wasn't that. I loved the fact that you had people from all the different houses there, cheering him on and clapping him for his performance - it's the sort of thing that I love about sports matches, that when someone is injured (though I hate that), everybody supports the player as they leave the field. It was like that here and it was great to see the Slytherin Quidditch team joining in as well, because it shows how much has changed since Harry was at school!

Those last few lines were just perfect, too. When he's buoyed up by all those people in the school cheering him on and wishing him well and he realises that in spite of what's happened, people are worried about him and he's not going to be trapped there forever - and then he sees his family there, and he realises that he isn't on his own at all, and he isn't trapped because they'll always be there for him. It was just so well written and beautiful and sweet, and I was so happy for him, that even when he was injured and didn't know what was going to happen to him, he could have those people here for him.

This was brilliant, Tanya, if you hadn't guessed by my rambling review, and I really loved it. And if you try and break my heart and say that James didn't recover then I'm not going to listen to you and I'll go on living in my fantasy world :P

Sian :)

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Review #7, by EnigmaticEyes16 Feel Again

20th July 2015:
Hi Tanya!

How did the Puff make the Slytherin cry? She wrote this! lol. This story almost brought me to tears, and if you had kept going instead of ending it there, I might have been sobbing in front of my laptop before long... This story so short yet so powerful. We don't even fully know what's happened, neither does James really, but it so poignantly written that it's hard not to get sucked in as soon as the story starts. I feel for James. The looks on Madame Brown's and McGonagall's faces when he can't move it toes. And he can't feel anything. I worry if he paralyzed, and I hope the healers at St. Mungo's can fix him. But I'm also very curious about the backstory. Why was him being so intent on defeating Slytherin such a bad thing? It's never been so frowned upon before, that every single house would have been cheering for his team to lose?? What could he have possibly done to make everyone so angry at him?

But the slow clap was great. When he realized that everyone watching was not happy he was leaving, but cheering him on to get better and wishing his the best, that was amazing. Even the SLytherins were clapping. That really tugged at my heartstrings. This was so perfectly written and beautiful and I loved it so much.

Great job!


Slytherin. House Cup 2015.

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Review #8, by SunshineDaisies Feel Again

20th June 2015:
House Cup 2015 Hufflepuff

I was about to be really mad at you, Tanya. I've never read a fic where a character is paralyzed, it seems like such a foreign thing in the wizarding world. Granted, you can't get hit by a bludger or fall off a broom without expecting some sort of injury.

The beginning of this is fantastic. It starts out simply enough, with a Quidditch game, but the way you wrote the impact is what gets me.

There. Right there.


It blazes like a fire on impact.

This is so simple but so powerful. It really gets across how suddenly the whole thing happened. It's fantastic.

I really enjoyed reading James's monologue on his way to the front door. He seems very much the love-to-hate kind of player, but of course, no one wants to see someone hurt so badly. The applause almost made me tear up. It's so touching to see all the houses supporting him that way. AND HIS FAMILY. The extended Weasley family gives me so many feels.

Fantastic work as usual!

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Review #9, by CaramelDiamant Feel Again

20th June 2015:
Hello there,

oh no, there are those nasty goose-bumps again! You threw us right into the action and, as a fast reader, I didn't notice the first line at the beginning, so all of the sudden I'm feeling the emotion crushing down on me!

I think you did a fantastic job on giving us insight in James' head. Especially his first reaction threw me off guard and it was well sought out that everyone's reaction would be to nod when asked a question.

Adding to that, the kind of rambling thoughts that come into his mind were very believable for me: I can really emphasize with him because he is still somewhat 'trapped' in matters that were important prior to his accident (his reputation I guess and his status). It was so sad to read! :(

But then! oh! You managed to turn everything around! All of the sudden, just with a really simple action you make him a human being again! Not that he wasn't before, it's just he didn't feel that way.

And lastly I'm so glad you had some nice Slytherins in your story! Those small details can make up the whole feeling of a story and I always think they should be at least human-like. And what you described is certainly counted as 'I wouldn't wish my worst enemy'!

Cheers, Jo

Hufflepuff House Cup 2015

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Review #10, by Tonks1247 Feel Again

20th June 2015:
Oh my gosh. Give me like, 10 seconds to put myself back together and to stop the goose bumps from spreading across my body. And the shiver down my spine. It'll all end and I won't feel like crying anymore...

This. This whole thing just. Wow. You fit emotions and confusion and understanding and the need to feel loved and supported when you started feeling like everyone was against you...I can't even put words to it all rushing around in my head. This was amazing. I love James' character, his voice, his thoughts...he's really unique and the whole perspective of what happened, though we don't quite know, is just amazing. This was amazing. And I'm not sure repeating the same phrase over and over again will explain just how I feel...

Amazing job! I'm in awe!


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Review #11, by CassiePotter Feel Again

20th June 2015:
Hello there!
I really, really enjoyed reading this story. I liked the way you wrote James, because he didn't feel forced at all, if that makes sense. He actually seemed really put together considering what happened.
As soon as he woke up, and was told not to move, I guessed what had happened, but was really, really hoping that I'd be wrong. It's so heartbreaking when accidents like this happen, because it's so fast. It was just a split-second in the middle of a Quidditch game, and it changes the course of James's entire life.
My favorite part of this was the end, when everyone (even the Slytherins!) clapped for him on his way out of the castle. It made me tear up a bit, actually. Especially when James saw his family all gathered together. But it really made me feel good when James said he was no longer feeling alone. When you feel like you have people there to support you when you need them, it makes a world of difference.
I really, really enjoyed this. It's different from anything I've ever read, and it really made me see James in a new way.
Hufflepuff, House Cup 2015
Cassie :)

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Review #12, by FredWeasleyIsMyKing Feel Again

20th June 2015:

I'm here for the House Cup 2015 Gryffindor, Amazing Race Part 2.

So, I really wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this. Immediately I could tell James had some Quidditch accident - a horrific one too with the sounds. With the not moving etc. I feel like it's probably some kind of spine injury but I guess that's not important here.

You described the pain and how quickly everything happened really well, I was instantly caught up and I really wanted James to be okay. The sign of not being able to move his toes though doesn't look good.

As I said at the start, I really didn't know what to expect from this but since reading the summary again it all makes sense. I thought we would find out more about James but instead you focused on all the houses joining together and wishing him well. This was especially more poignant as he was just feeling so low and humiliated as he made his way through the crowd but then everyone applauds him. It honestly felt like such a wonderful moment and really great for house unity - great job!

I can't believe you wrote this in the short time you did and in the early hours of the morning - you'd never know it to read it!


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Review #13, by randomwriter Feel Again

20th June 2015:
House Cup 2015

Hello Tanya! I was going to find my way here eventually :p I'm glad I chose this though. I don't really know what to say. It was really, really angsty, and I felt so bad for James. I also felt scared and vulnerable because I didn't know what happened to him, but I knew it must be serious if they had to shift him to Mungo's right away. In all that chaos and fear, I was ready to scream in frustration when the Slytherins started clapping. I thought that was horrible... until the yells of 'Get Well Soon' started. That was such a wonderful moment. It really broke a smile out on my face. I think that you handled it was extremely clever. You didn't diminish how powerful the moment was. And the last part? Where the Weasleys and Potters came into the frame was also a great idea. It actually unified everyone, including the people close to him, even though they had reason to be mad against the Slytherins.

All in all, this was well written. Powerful. Touching. I love how you handled such a complex mix of emotions in so few words. And
your writing was wonderful. Great work, Original Tanya ♥

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Review #14, by bittersweetflames Feel Again

20th June 2015:
-takes a steadying breath- Ok, ok. I just have a lot of feels right now, Tanya. A lot of feels. Like, how could you do this? This story was beautiful. That you would write it from James' perspective only served to give the entire thing impact. I could feel the pain as he so obviously felt it. That screaming almost blinding pain - the questions that would inevitably follow? The worry, the panic, the frustration. You've managed to completely make us feel this and to yearn, as James must be yearning for a good conclusion to his story. AND THEN THE CLAPPING BEGINS. (I love, btw, that it would start from a 'Puff. Perfect, really. Y'all are such sweethearts) Anyway, that line. THAT ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING LINE: "I could not feel... but I feel not alone." I nearly cried there because it was just so beautiful. The entire fic from the very first moment was tinged with sadness and despair and that you would have the ability to end it in such an uplifting, beautiful manner just tugged at me so deeply. I thank you, so much. Now I must gather myself up from the puddle that I am currently on the floor.

House Cup 2015 Amazing Race Part 2, Ravenclaw

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Review #15, by rosiful Feel Again

20th June 2015:
Yet another Review for House Cup 2015 from Slytherin :P

I can not believe how quickly you wrote this, because this is a great piece of writing! I honestly didn't know what I was expecting when I clicked onto this story, but this was better!

I love how everyone came together at the end for him -including his rivals- to wish him well. Endings like that just make me feel warm and fuzzy inside!

I do feel bad for James though. I guess everyone forgets how dangerous Quidditch can actually be (especially with pesky bludgers!). I love how you've written James' feelings and how you've written the whole story in general!

Thanks for sharing this with us,

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Review #16, by ad astra Feel Again

20th June 2015:
House Cup 2015 Review - Slytherin

Tanya! This was an incredible account of a single moment and you've done a really good job of capturing it. You have a real talent for this stream-of-consciousness, in-the-moment writing and you've captured the urgency and panic of the scene really well.

The final scene for this story was really heartwarming as well - the contrast between the worry and the panic of James's accident and injury and the gathering of students from all houses to cheer for him and wish him well is really well done, and the inclusion of the Slytherin Quidditch team among the well-wishers is a nice touch.

I like your inclusion of paralysis as well - I don't see a lot of depiction of disability on the archives and it's something that makes your writing stand out to me (Waltz was the first story I saw on HPFF that dealt directly with mental illness) and I would be really interested in an expansion of this one-shot if you were to ever write one. Awesome idea and beautifully written!

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Review #17, by Infinityx Feel Again

20th June 2015:
House Cup 2015 Slytherin

Tanya hello!

This was such an amazing one shot even though you wrote it in a short time. I love the premise of the story and the way you've conveyed James' emotions throughout the whole thing is just brilliant. It flows so wonderfully and yet, there's a strain in the words because of the stress that James feels in the beginning. I think maybe it's the choice of words and the recurring theme of being 'trapped' and 'feeling' but that really added such a depth to this story and it's not just another fic where someone gets an injury. You've actually gone into James' inner emotions and brought out the sense of helplessness he feels.

I love how you've also touched upon the human nature of the students in this. We see a lot of evil and violence and just a whole lot of bad things happening in the world - magical or otherwise - and it's lovely to read about a collective effort to be there and support a fellow student. I loved that and your writing was a delight to read. :)

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Review #18, by crestwood Feel Again

20th June 2015:
I saw how short this is and ran over as fast as possible. I love long chapters, but my house members are yelling at me to hurry up right now :P

I've always thought Quidditch was an unnecessarily dangerous sport. It seems frightening if you ask me. Up in the air with (semi-sentient?) balls falling around trying to knock you unconscious. I wouldn't be a fan of playing myself.

This injury sounds awful, the way it is described here. I appreciate interesting verbs you're throwing around here. The prose really is awesome. I feel what James is feeling. It's scary at first. Because that's how he felt. But as the students begin to clap for him, the entire mood just does a 180 right away. I feel like I understand James' so well based on his reaction to something awful like this happening to him. This was a strangely visceral experience. It feels very stream of consciousness. I love it. Amazing writing in this!

Slytherin - House Cup 2015 Review

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Review #19, by pointless_proclamations Feel Again

20th June 2015:
Hello Boss Queen Master Dough.

You immediately set the scene without having to describe the surroundings. This is amazing! The first line set the story in motion and the pace was fast and properly tense. I LOVE IT. I'm a little bit broken on the inside because, no, these things never do have warnings.

You have these amazing and novel descriptive phrases: "tone-deaf symphony of shock." Tanya, the quality of your words and the rhythmic reading of this entire thing is absolutely spectacular.

The subtle comparison betwee on physical feeling and emotional feeling was WONDERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL. AND YOU BROKE ME WITH THE LAST SCENE. That everybody regardless of house came to care for one boy. . . ♥

ARGHHH YOUR LAST LINE! Tanya, this is one of the sweetest things I have ever read.

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Review #20, by Joey Tribbiani Feel Again

18th May 2015:
How you doin?

Poor James. He was so competitive, so desperate to win that he was certain he would have alienated himself in his attempts to be victorious. When mixed with the fact that he felt like he couldn't move his body, the feeling of being trapped must have been overwhelming.

You did a great job at showing his confusion when he was coming to. Trying to figure out not only what had happened but why everybody is around you can be very overwhelming. Having James trying to sit up, not being aware that it was a bad idea at first, made perfect sense for his character. He usually seems to be portrayed as an active person and somebody who doesn't sit still, so choosing him to be the one injured in such a way was a great choice.

All the students coming together at the end, not caring about houses but simply being there for James was a faith in humanity restoring action. In times of trouble like that, that's how it should be, with the house you belong to being a moo point. (You know, like a cow's opinion? It doesn't matter, so it's moo.)

It was nice to see some familiar names in here, from "Brown" to our friend Neville.

Joey Tribbiani

(P.S. Did you like my fancy words? I used a thesaurus! Did you use one when writing this?)

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Review #21, by The Mischievous Easter Flitterby Feel Again

30th March 2015:

I was floating around the archives, playing in a little breeze, when I suddenly thought I might swing (or swoop) by your page to leave a review! It is nearly Easter, after all, and Easter is quite a nice time for small gifts.

This very simple, very honest snapshot was breathtakingly lovely. You had me feeling remarkably awful for James throughout the majority of this but I adored the way you turned it back around. I think you captured his desperate, semi-conscious fear very well here, especially at the beginning. I would be terrified in his position, if I thought I might never be able to fly again. James grappling to understand the situation was appropriately disorienting and very cleverly done. But what was most wonderful was that the school really grouped together to support James in his time of need. It was so wonderful to read and gave me a wave of gratitude for his school peers.

I think this is a lovely little piece that really captures the spirit of Hogwarts, and you should be very proud of it indeed! Thank you for sharing :)

~ The Mischievous Easter Flitterby xx

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Review #22, by Rita Skeeter Feel Again

19th March 2015:
Why hello there my dear!

I'm Rita Skeeter. You may know me from such publications as The Daily Prophet, The Life and Times of Albus Dumbledore, and a few others that I can't quite keep track of. Really, there's so many that sometimes I just forget!

You may be wondering why I'm here on this errr...computer thing, but I've found them quite helpful in digging up dir..I mean looking up information on my latest subjects. Especially since that meddling Hermione Granger found out about me being an illegal animagus.

Oh my! I had no idea that the Potter child was paralyzed. Of course, I was aware he had been injured as they couldn't keep it quiet, but they certainly hushed up the gravity of it. This will make for a nice read as a cover story for The Daily Prophet. I can imagine it now. James Potter And His Road To Recovery.

Now because you've shared such a beautiful, personal story with me, I'd like to share a bit of gossip with you. There was a dual purpose to me stopping here. I'm running a bit of a contest. You see, things aren't always as they seem. If you can guess who my alter ego on the forums is, I will donate E50 in your honor to the HPFF fundraiser. You better hurry though because others have received similar offers and there can only be one winner. You have until March 30th.

Oh and I suppose I should leave you one clue so you can start some digging of your own. Unlike Rita, I have lots of house pride!

Best of Luck!

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Review #23, by alicia and anne Feel Again

5th March 2015:
Okay, now I'm sad! Like, really really sad! Poor James! Please tell me that he gets better! PLease!! I'm begging you!

Is he paralysed? :(

Oh, James! I am so proud of the Hufflepuffs for clapping and making it so that James doesn't feel alone. That made me feel so happy inside.

Once again, I really hope that James makes it through this!

As sad as I am that James is going through this, I enjoyed this, because you are so amazing at writing. So I shall forgive you putting James through this :P

Can't wait to read more of your work! :D

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Review #24, by MrsJaydeMalfoy Feel Again

11th January 2015:
TANYA!! *Gasps, places hand on heart and dramatically falls to the floor* The Feels! You're killing me with feels!!

First "Waltz", now this. I mean, really?!? Come on now! How are you so versatile and just completely brilliant with EVERYTHING?!?

At first, I thought this was Harry, and told myself "Oh, he's going to be okay, he lives at the end of the series". Then, when it said "James", I thought it was Harry's dad, and again told myself he would be okay, because we know he didn't die from a Quidditch injury. But, when I realized that it was James II, I really started feeling concerned for him, wondering if he would be okay.

You've once again done something I haven't seen done before; a bodily injury that possibly can't be fixed by magic. We know, of course, that magic can't cure EVERYTHING, but a wizard, paralyzed? I'd never even thought of it before, but it makes COMPLETE sense.

And the clapping. I mean, really? Everyone coming together, even the Slytherins, and cheering for him and calling out best wishes... I think it was your intention to get me with the feels tonight, so well done! :P

This was another of your AMAZING pieces, dear, I really loved it!

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Review #25, by HeyMrsPotter Feel Again

29th December 2014:
TANYA! I am SUPER behind on the review hot seat but am determined to catch up :p Also, when do I ever need an excuse to be positively green with envy at how amazing your writing is?

How is it possible that even writing a story in 5 hours and not having it proof or beta read you STILL manage to write something so wonderful?!

This is such an adorable snap-shot into next-gen life. Even though James has a terrible accident, it still had this lovely feeling of just every-dayness about it. There's all the elements of a perfect Hogwarts Quidditch match, the competitiveness, the houses rallying together (albeit against Gryffindor but still), the cockiness of James and how it would be an easy defeat. It was so refreshing to read!

I absolutely adored the ending too, a really great link to the House Unity prompt :)

As always, brilliant story, Tanya!


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