Date: 03/04/2007 07:51 PM Title: Chapter 1
Okay so, I'm really big on mind games or figuring out puzles, & I'll tell you this threw me for a loop! But, I loved it! I just couldn't stop reading. I love how the mind works & this was ... was ... just, I have no idea how to explain it! Anyways, basically, kepp up the good work!
Date: 06/18/2006 04:23 PM Title: Chapter 1
Holy shit...only two reviews? Should be two hundred, and all of them saying, "Good God, this was the greatest fic I've ever read."
This story is going to haunt me for a very long time. See, I was fishing around for a good fic--I'm really tired of the same ol' cliches I've been finding lately, forced to wade through the shite to find a gem like this--when I stumbled over here courtesy of harmony_bites. I can always trust her for the good rec's. And let me tell you, this did not disappoint. I loved the insight to the ravages of war and of evil and of PTSD; it was real and heartbreaking.
So thank you for an amazing read, and for re-kindling my faith in the fanfic world in general.
Author's Response: Oh, thanks!
Date: 02/07/2006 11:33 PM Title: Chapter 1
I can see why you had such a hard time writing it. It reminds me of that Star Trek: TNG episode where Riker has been told he's had a psychotic break, and that was just as confusing to follow. Anyway, I loved this. I'm not much of a fan of Harry/Ginny, but it worked here. Maybe because it wasn't real? (Or was it?)
Good question; it's something I get asked all the time. The answer, then? Well, it's this:
Date: 02/07/2006 08:01 PM Title: Chapter 1
This story gripped me and I was glued to my laptop till the bitter end, which is very surprising because I am a happy start-middle-end kind of gal. After reading this story though I am re-thinking my "Happily Ever After" stance. Sorry it took you so long to write but we - the readers - get to reap the rewards of your struggle. Please continue.
Oh, I'm so glad you liked it. Like I said, the fic took me forever to write — just under a year, in fact, which, for a fanfic one-shot, is a ridiculous amount of time. And I don't mean, like, a year in my spare time; this fic totally consumed me during that period, to the point that I was missing work and school and forgetting what my friends looked like — because I felt that if I allowed this story to fall into the plot bunny recycling bin, I would never be allowed to get over it. I dunno. I'm just mad like that, I guess.
Anyhow, as for its sequel, Je Me Souviens, Aussi has been sitting in my notebook, its first paragraph rewritten time and time again, waiting for me to get struck with some sort of passable brilliance. Here's to hoping it'll be finished before the decade ends.