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Review:Glisten says:
A very difficult thing to deal with when you're going through a hard time is the pity that everyone feels obligated to show you. If I had been one of those Healers, I would have pretended to check a clipboard or at least allowed him to finish his sentence. The last thing someone wants is to be the center of attention because their mother is about to pass away from an incurable malady.

That must be such a hard thing for Scorpius to have to chose between his dying mother and his future! On one hand he knows that this apprenticeship is his one ticket to this rare path of magic and on the other hand he knows his mother is frail and could pass away at any moment. I can hardly imagine the amount of pressure he puts on himself to figure out what the right choice is. Or, well... maybe I can. You do have a talent with imagery, after all. Seriously! It's like I can see it all happening right infront of my eyes! I can see the thought you put into each of the details and it really brings this to life.

I've always had a special appreciation for these kinds of stories, the ones that aren't exactly centered around romantic relationships and rather somebody learning to go through a hard time and learning to deal with new emotions and finding the answers to difficult decisions.

I know that Astoria's death is coming soon... and I feel like I'm going to cry just because your writing I see so vivid! I guess we will have to see. Splendid work with this chapter, by the way!

Author's Response: Hi :)

First of all, thank you so much for your comments. They meant the world to me.

I love that you think I can paint such a vivid picture! I'm a very visual writer, and as I'm really creative (I don't usually come up with a prompt/plot for a story, but rather a plot and respective subplots and all that comes with it), it's really important for me to /see/ what's in my head. So I create boards for my stories on Pinterest, aesthetics I share on my social media accounts, even draw to myself sometimes, and so when I write I like to know what's where and that I can roughly translate into words what I envision. It helps set a scene and to make my characters' actions more believable, in a way. So I'm glad I'm passing this along :)

While I very much enjoy fluff and romance, I personally prefer both to write and to read slowburns, especially those that focus on things other than the main pairing. It makes the story more realistic, I think, and often relatable, and so that's how I write my own. If there's a story behind a great love story, then I'm on it ^^

Thank you so much for your comment!


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