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dbones
Sunday 4th January 2009 17:32


1st year
Num. of Reviews: 2

Quick-Quotes Quill
lol explain to me why Ginny couldn't use magic while pregnant. That always seemed to weird to me when reading your fics. Was it because of the accident? or Is is just something that all witches go through when pregnant?

Good story!!!
St Margarets
Monday 5th January 2009 07:47
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Yes, you're right - Ginny's accident in NZ Chronicles is what prevents her from doing magic during pregnancy. I wrote quite a few stories in that "universe" and I kept that little "fact" consistent in all of them. Since DH came out, I have dropped that universe and in the subsequent stories Ginny doesn't have that issue. Thanks for reading!
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snowbear96
Saturday 20th December 2008 22:54


4th year
Num. of Reviews: 179

Quick-Quotes Quill
Well it would certainly make her History of Magic notes more interesting to read. A very enjoyable fic
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aharkins
Monday 26th May 2008 13:29


4th year
Num. of Reviews: 176

Quick-Quotes Quill
This is a wonderful story. You've captured perfectly the insecure feelings of a thirteen year old girl. Thank you for writing and sharing.

PS: I have enjoyed all of your stories. I really like the direction you took Harry after the fall of Voldamort. I never saw him as a law enforcement type. Emergency medical seems to fit his personality much better.

St Margarets
Monday 26th May 2008 15:25
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I'm glad you liked it - even though it's not interview compliant. I'm now writing stories with Harry as an Auror - but it's never the center of the story. He would do it out of duty rather than love and that's never good for a wizard who is going to live 100+ years. Thankfully JKR left him with Ginny and three lively kids to enjoy.
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gymnastgal19
Friday 7th December 2007 05:58


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 2461

Quick-Quotes Quill
hahahahhahahahahhaha! I love the ending! It was so awesome!
Sera didnt really give a change for harry to explain when she just stormed out....
Im glad that she realizes that harry went through some hard things
St Margarets
Saturday 8th December 2007 05:47
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I would think H/G's child would have tiny bit of a temper. Thanks for reading!
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Patches
Thursday 11th October 2007 04:12


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 1157

Quick-Quotes Quill
This is a great "future peek" into the life and times of Harry Potter, etc. I like it. It is really easy to visualize Harry as a father and Ginny as his fiery wife. Serafina is an excellent mix of the two of them. Thanks for writing. I really enjoyed this story. p
St Margarets
Thursday 11th October 2007 07:19
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I'm glad you liked it! I think Harry would be a great dad. I also like to think that his daughter would be the apple of his eye - yet totally incomprehensible at times.
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sunny
Sunday 19th August 2007 16:13


Quick-Quotes Quill
that was so cute....sera and all!! you r a great writer!! u should make them longer though
St Margarets
Friday 24th August 2007 09:32
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
You'll have to read The New Zealand Chronicles - it's over 30 chapters long. Thanks for reading!
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pyromain
Saturday 30th June 2007 04:15


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 580

Quick-Quotes Quill
real lovely, I really liked the story haryy talking about his feelings, which are recorded with a quick quote quill. That is double hard talking is hell for him al ready and the quill will remind him of the prophet interviews. Perfect plot.
St Margarets
Saturday 30th June 2007 07:12
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I'm glad you liked it. I wrote it for the reasons you listed, since it was a challenge piece requiring the use of "Quick-Quote Quill." Teenaged daughters are hard enough - so I though Harry could use a little help. Thanks for reading!
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cckeimig
Tuesday 13th March 2007 20:54


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 406

Quick-Quotes Quill
Mr. Potter concluded the interview by reassuring this reporter that she would have a boyfriend someday but only after her thirtieth birthday.

Oh, that was priceless! As was the idea at the end of having the Quill take notes in History of Magic. Brilliant, that!
St Margarets
Wednesday 14th March 2007 14:03
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I'm glad you liked it. I always wondered why the kids din't have a Quill like Rita's. Thanks for reading!
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Aberforth's Avatar
Wednesday 17th January 2007 02:32


3rd year
Num. of Reviews: 139

Quick-Quotes Quill
I loved this story. Sera made me think of both our girls at that age -- too long ago. I'd say that you captured their desire for some certainty and the emotional roller coaster quite well. Using Harry's point of view was very nicely done. We never know how we're doing as parents until they're grown, if then. Still, there's an underlying sense of family to this piece that's quite optimistic. Thanks for sharing this with us.
St Margarets
Wednesday 17th January 2007 04:58
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Oh, we don't know as parents, do we? I think the optimism comes from Harry's willingness to try his best and Sera's respect and love for her father (even during the temper tantrum) - with those elements in place, so many trials and tribulations can be avoided. Thanks for reading! This was fun to write so I'm glad others are enjoying it.
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Pud
Thursday 11th January 2007 16:34


Quick-Quotes Quill
i completly loved it! i lopve every single things about it! what i liked the most besides all the main stuff was that Ginny knows the family/friend relations and harry's just getting filled in , not really remembering any of it. behold what men are like when it comes to family and friends: love them to death, but can't remember who's related to who. LOL. keep writing.
Au Revior,
Pud

St Margarets
Thursday 11th January 2007 17:45
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Ah, we love our men! LOL. I have a sequel to this coming up. It's about Sera at Sixteen and it's very fluffy! Thanks for reading!
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Silvestria
Saturday 30th December 2006 09:09


1st year
Num. of Reviews: 17

Quick-Quotes Quill
What a lovely little story. Again, you manage to catch all the feelings of adolescence so perfectly. Thank-you for a wonderful read! I'm afraid I haven't been following the New Zealand Chronicles- university has been taking up too much time to get immersed in a WIP, but I will do in the summer.
St Margarets
Saturday 30th December 2006 16:10
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
NZ Chronicles will be there (and hopefully complete) when you're finished. But for now I'm glad you had a chance to take a break and read something short and fluffy! (That always perks me up) Thanks for reading!
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Sssith
Wednesday 20th December 2006 14:05


2nd year
Num. of Reviews: 77

Quick-Quotes Quill
Quick-quotes in a history class...very amusing. Enjoyable story.

Thanks.
St Margarets
Wednesday 20th December 2006 16:25
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Magic should be useful! *nods* Thanks for reading!
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Lily Jane
Wednesday 20th December 2006 06:45


1st year
Num. of Reviews: 34

Quick-Quotes Quill
It's been almost half a year since I last read and reviewed your story. Well, not by my own choice, but I have almost forgotten how wonderful you write.

That's another wonderful story and it reminded me of the time when I was thirteen, had high level of self-consciousness and didn't know how to talk to my dad. And you made them understand each other at leas a little, just by simply talking and sharing feelings. That's great, because it's often so hard in real life.

On the other hand, you didn't change Harry too much. He's still a little shy, and doesn't like to talk too much, epecially about himself. And, of course, still clueless about girls

I believe that it's all those details what makes your stories so great to read. Like
Seraphina, my angel,
one small sentence with so much meaning. And the fact, that all the characters you've created in all other stories fit so perfectly and make their own universe. I almost spilled my tea while reading the part about Davies boys

There was much more I wanted to write about, but don't remember now (I should have taken notes while reading ), so I'll stop here and go to read "New Zealand Chronicles".

Oh, before I forget, I realy wish I had Quick-Quotes Quill during my studies. Maybe then they would be enjoyable
St Margarets
Wednesday 20th December 2006 07:19
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Oh, you just made my day! First it was great to "see" you again. And second, I'm so glad you got what I was trying to convey. The original title of this was "Talk to Me" and I think that sums up what Sera wanted from her Dad. Harry would go through fire for her, of course, but talking is a whole other matter indeed!

I'm so glad you can have a break from your studies. I'm going to write another story about Seraphenia (and those Davies boys) just because I like her! Thanks for reading!
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Jenglory
Tuesday 19th December 2006 19:29


1st year
Num. of Reviews: 10

Quick-Quotes Quill
Hardly constructive, but aawwww !

I love this universe that you are slowly creating. I am looking foward to reading (and learning) more about it!
St Margarets
Wednesday 20th December 2006 04:56
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
LOL. Slowly creating is the way to put it! I feel like I've been writing NZ Chronicles forever. I 'm glad you liked this. I'm going to write another story for Sera, since I like her so much. Thanks for reading!
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sweetdreamer285
Tuesday 19th December 2006 19:21


2nd year
Num. of Reviews: 67

Quick-Quotes Quill
I love that quill, too. But I loved your story the most. Thank You!
St Margarets
Wednesday 20th December 2006 04:55
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I'm glad you liked it! It was fun to write!
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honourary_weasley
Tuesday 19th December 2006 17:42


4th year
Num. of Reviews: 173

Quick-Quotes Quill
Aww! That was kinda cute, and funny, especially the end. I don't know why people don't use quills like that in History of Magic in the books.

I felt like Harry was a little out of character though, but the interactions were very realistic.
St Margarets
Wednesday 20th December 2006 04:54
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Those quills are probably banned! Yes, Harry is very mellow here - but that's the way I hope he is by the time he's forty-five! Thanks for reading!
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JoslineRhae
Tuesday 19th December 2006 15:10


Quick-Quotes Quill
OMG! That was so awesome! You know what I think? That you are a generally good writer. I also love the concept. Really nice, tootles. Oh, and I love that you didn't make any spelling mistakes. I hate it when you read stories like that...
St Margarets
Tuesday 19th December 2006 15:38
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I misspell words all the time, but I have an awesome beta! I'm glad you liked this and thanks for reading!
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jeanne
Tuesday 19th December 2006 14:33


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 508

Quick-Quotes Quill
Excellent writing. Poor harry. If his kids could stay infants forever, he would be ecstatic. I used to feel that way every time I picked up one of my children when they were babies. "If only they didn,t have to grow up". You really hit several nerves with this fic. Awesome as all of your work is. Happy Holidays to you and yours. Jeanne.
St Margarets
Tuesday 19th December 2006 14:58
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Darn kids, always growing up too fast! I know just what you mean! I'm glad you liked this story - it was fun to write. Happy holidays to you, too!
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arios
Tuesday 19th December 2006 12:07


3rd year
Num. of Reviews: 137

Quick-Quotes Quill
St Margarets
Tuesday 19th December 2006 13:13
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
Glad you liked it!
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amamama
Tuesday 19th December 2006 10:47


Hogwarts alumni
Num. of Reviews: 440

Quick-Quotes Quill
This is so good, Mary. Let's pray for a development like this for the Quick-Quotes-Quills. That would put Rita out of business. Sera is lovely, just the perfect hormone ridden teen girl. Good thing I have five more years to prepare before my sweet girl hits that stage. She's already backchatting, though, so it might come sooner? Urgh!

Thanks a bunch - as always.

Cheers!
Berte
St Margarets
Tuesday 19th December 2006 13:12
Quick-Quotes Quill (Author Response)
I have five more years until my son reaches this age - but I think it's different for boys.

I'm glad you liked it. I'm going to write another Sera story very soon. I really like her.
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