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5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Hook and Emma The Poem

11th April 2015:
Hi Madi.

Hook and Emma here. Well, mostly Emma. Hook can't really write here cause well.. he has a hook, so it would just destroy or computer.

*turns around and sighs* "No Killian, it is called a computer and not a magic box thing. Just let me do the writing"

Sorry about that, I'm back now. So we've been investigation stories with magic in them, since an evil soceress is after Snow... my mother again. And we came across this one and decided to give it a try since it had a bit of romance going on a as well. Yes, I did say that. Who would've though I would be the one to want to read about love. Guess it's the pirate behind me's fault!

Anyway, it was sweet that Harry finally asked Ginny out, but if you ask me she could've just as well asked him out. I mean, I asked Hook out, and there was nothing wrong with that. See, Killian agrees with me! *gestures to the pirate behind her*

But I'm glad they ended up together. One thing I've learned from the fairytale-thing, is that true love is the most powerful magic of all. It can break any curse! So you really should keep it around, and not try to push the person away *Killian wrote that, and I think he's talking about me!*

But anyway. I have to go now. An evil soceress is out there looking trying to get revenge on my mother and father for stealing her child. *turns around again* "No Killian, I have no forgiven them. They stole a child!"

Anyway, I'll see ya around the forums

Yours sincerely

Hook and Emma

Author's Response: Killian and Emma! What a wonderful surprise ♥ I must admit, I severely apologize for the lateness of this response, and how behind I am on the show (oops I got behind in like October)...

Anyway, thank you so much for this amazingly kind and meaningful review! While I would have had Ginny asking Harry out in any other fic I write for them, the prompt I was given wanted it to revolve around Valentine's Day, so I thought what better than to reverse the roles of what Ginny did to Harry during his second year? While they aren't my OTP, I still refuse to ship them with anyone else (unless I'm writing a story where it's canonically inaccurate). True love is a wonderful thing, isn't it? :)

Thanks again for the review, and I hope everything goes okay with your parents! :)

~MadiMalfoy x


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Review #2, by The Basilisk The Poem

21st March 2015:
Hello, it'ss me: the Basilissk. Just taking a ssstrol around the groundss, looking for a ssight other than the dank wallss of my chamber.

This was absolutely hilarious! I loved the way you portrayed Harry and Ginny. It's so like Ginny to end up being the smug one after such blatant teasing about her first year poetry skills, haha. It was very cute! Your writing is amazing, oh my goodness. I just wanted more and more, and by the time the story was over I was so invested in them I never wanted it to end! I also enjoyed the talk between the guys at the start. Their friendship is so seldom seen, in fan fiction and canonically, but we know it must be there as they seemed to get along fairly well in the books. You'd have to be at least a little close with people you lived with for seven years!

Anyway, thiss wass a wonderful ssstory and I'm very glad to have read it, thanksss!

(I've decided to post 44 reviews over the next little while. Each one of them has a character at the bottom. If you can find all 44 reviews (not all are out yet, so keep your eyes peeled) and rearrange the letters into a quote from Harry Potter and PM it to WriteYourHeartOut on the forums you could win a donation to HPFF in your name! There's a topic in the Off Topic Section if you want to collaborate your efforts!)

Thankss again,
The Basilisk

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Author's Response: Hello, Basilisk!

I appreciate the review, it made my day! :) Harry and Ginny is one of those ships I really enjoy but I don't read/write much about them so this was a chance for me to do so with the prompt I was given! The guys scene in the beginning half was my favorite--why wouldn't they all discuss girls with each other and give advice? I mean come on, living together and going through the things they did for so long has to have some sort of effect on their bonds!

Thank you for being an amazing person and for doing all of these wonderful anonymous reviews! :)
~MadiMalfoy x


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Review #3, by Lady Asphodel The Poem

9th March 2015:
Oh wow! Hahaha! This is so incredibly cute! ♥

Like seriously, this is much better than I could have pictured it! :D

I love how Harry had a difficult time coming up with the poem! But your poem for Harry to Ginny is absolutely perfect on spot like Rowling's. Just out of curiosity, was it hard for coming up the words for the poem?

When I introduced you to the idea, I really wanted to write it myself, but I couldn't get it down the way I wanted it. I'm glad to have let you take this one on. Again, this is a lot better than I imagined.

It's also cool how you add the tidbits of the love triangle between Ron, Hermione, and Lavender - and somewhat of Dean, Ginny, and Harry.

I swear, this falls under like a head-canon. haha! :P It feels exactly as if I read it from the book.

Your writing is smooth of course, and nicely detailed!

I love the poem to bits - and the ending of how inconspicuous her valentine poem came to her. You did really well with drawing parallels of Harry asking Ginny out with Ginny's catching Harry's attention in her first year.


Great job indeed! I enjoyed this immensely!


Thanks so much for writing this! I really love this! I'll probably come and request from you again soon when I come up with something. :)



- Asphodel

Author's Response: Firstly, I must thank you for the wonderful prompt! ♥

Even though it was somewhat shorter, I still wanted it to be somewhat canonical so I pulled in the bits with the love triangles because why not? Plus it's a Valentine's day prompt so I just had to! Coming up with the words for the poem actually was not too difficult--I basically just matched them with Ginny's poem for Harry, just in reverse! With the delivery of the poem, I felt like Harry isn't one to make grandiose gestures; it's not in his nature to do big things like that so I just made it obnoxious once she opened it for the humor we all know the other boys had a part in executing.

I'm so glad you've enjoyed the prompts I've written for you, and I really enjoy doing all of these prompts! :)
~MadiMalfoy x


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Review #4, by krazyboutharryginny The Poem

9th March 2015:
THIS IS ADORABLE!! I love it! I wish this was how it had actually happened in the books, hehe!!

It's a little confusing that Ron seems to know about Harry's feelings for Ginny at the beginning and seemed fine with it, but then it seems like he's just finding out about these feelings at the point when he catches Harry talking to the statue and grudgingly gives permission. BUT this was so cute that I didn't even mind! If you wanted to clear that up a little, you could maybe have Ron fall asleep after talking about Lavender, and have Dean tell Harry that Ginny hates Madam Puddifoots?? Maybe?? I don't know :P

But anyways, love it!! Fantastic little story!!

Author's Response: Hiya! :)

Eek thank you so much! Fluff is not my usual cup of tea (writing-wise) so I'm glad you thought it was adorable! I went back and changed it up so that Ron falls asleep (thanks for catching that for me) before Harry really begins talking about what to do for Ginny (rather conveniently but oh well :P) Thanks so much for the review, it made my day when I read it! :)

~MadiMalfoy x


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Review #5, by The Peruvian Vipertooth The Poem

9th March 2015:
Greetings Mortal,

Your mention of corn drew me down from the clouds where I soared without a care. A most fascinating read. The things we do for our mates are often wrought with such embarrassment, are they not.

I myself have perused the story of the young man you speak of above and I must agree with the young lady and the professors. It certainly did take young Mr. Potter long enough to get his act together and seek the affections of his mate in life.

A most invigorating morsel you have provided this night.

Until we meet again,

~The Peruvian Vipertooth

Author's Response: Well hello there! I apologize for the lateness of this response, but I sincerely thank you for this wonderful review! :)

Hehe the prompt I received in my stories offered thread for this was just too cute to pass up! I must say that writing a poem that contained similar sayings to Ginny's was a challenge! Originally I had forgotten that Ginny's eyes were brown not blue so I had a wonderful phrase of "blue as lapiz lazuli" but obviously I had to change it to something with the same amount of syllables. I'm so glad you greatly enjoyed this one-shot and that you took the time to review it! :)

~MadiMalfoy x


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