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Patches posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 4:12pm

This is a great chapter. I really like Ginny's Grandmum. She is great and very understanding. I like the way she explained things to Harry and Ginny. That was very good. I'm glad Ginny had such a happy birthday.
Thanks for writing. I look forward to more of this story. I know you are also a beta for other authors. Now I know what takes so long. pms

John Davis posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 11:49am

next chapter please
I must say, that I absolutely love this story
when will the Weasley family elders learn about Harry?
please hurry and update
thanks love the story much

Terry Swain posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 11:48am

Great chapter. worth the wait. :)

Sean Dillon posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 10:45am

I liked that bit with the storybook from Flourish & Blott's. Sort of paves the way for that whole writing in Tom's diary thing she did in Chamber of Secrets.

I've seen computer games (okay they were a long time ago and I'm old) that twisted the story based on the way you answered questions.

Good job. Hope this means you're over that writer's block for good.


Alex00 posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 10:29am

Great story so far keep it up.

haylared posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 9:23am

This is a fascinating story! I can't wait to find out what happens next.

vertru posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 8:58am

I just realized I'd forgotten you said this was NaNoWriMo so I withdraw the comments previously made about needing a beta. My bad.


Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 8:07am

Hmm, well, that's one way to resolve an arguement. I suspect she may have felt a bit better once she realized why he did it and that he was careful. The second ceremony was nice and it looks like there's going to be quite an intense bond there (one wonders when Dumbles is going to tumble that Harry isn't at Privet Drive). The birthday was nicely done and it's amusing that no one has yet caught on to Harry's presence, save Grandma Prewitt. She seems quite knowledgeable and supportive and I expect they'll need that in the future.

selenepotter posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 8:02am

good chapter, if a bit long. Post more often!

More please!

mastapsi posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 7:56am

Good to see that this is still alive. Keep it up!

riegert8 posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 7:19am

It so sad that Ginny get upset with Harry. It nice the talk has with Ginny grandmother, it so funny that Ginny is the youngest of the kids and she is first to get married

CootiePatootie posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 7:03am

**does the Happy Dance** I love this story! This chapter was very sweet and I can't wait for more. Fred & George do Hogwarts - how scary!! Love the sweet birthday and lunch with Grandmum Prewett. I hope your writers' block lets up so you can give us more of this sweet and wonderful story!



KenF posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 6:21am

He has to get found eventually. It would be a real hoot if his Hogwarts letter found him at the Burrow. If that wasn't notice, it might be even more fun for Ginny's letter to show up addressed to Ginevra Potter. Molly would go ballistic.

Musings of Apathy replied:

I don't plan to drag it that far along.   I think part of the set-up and part of the fun will be in Harry being and living at the Burrow as Ginny's husband, not necessarily Ron's friend.   How will that change Harry's time at the Burrow, compared to canon?

Thank you for the review.

Mike (MoA)

Joe Fenton posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 6:20am

The second major hurdle to Harry staying has been successfully cleared. It'll be fun to see the next. Folks are already guessing what's next in their reviews. :)

Seems to be coming along nicely. This is the type of Harry/Ginny story I like. Canon Harry and Ginny just don't go well together.

Lint posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 6:04am

That's a cute chapter. Writer's block happens, and people work through it in their own time.

This chapter doesn't seem to foreshadow anything in the future. The issue of Harry's disappearance is still kind of questionable, since he will eventually be attending Hogwarts. It seems that -- besides a visit to Diagon Alley -- there isn't much looming in the near future for them. Will Grandmother Prewett die before they get to school? That's about the only other event I can think of.

Then they just have to survive a few years at Ginny's house. Navigating through the problem of leaving tracks in the snow, figuring out how to do the housework. And they have wands (and some of Harry's money), so they could get in some practice before school.

I hope you have better luck with the next chapter.

Musings of Apathy replied:

There are plenty of events for the future.   I am trying to avoid setting up and showing all of the pins before I knock them down.

Thank you for the review.

Mike (MoA)

Amamama posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 5:40am

So sweet. I'm happy Harry got to meet Grandma Prewett and vice versa. I wonder when the time is right to tell Molly and Arthur about Harry? After 1. September? Anyway, these kids are just incredibly sweet, but I wonder why we don't hear the grownups talking about Harry Potter gone missing? Surely Dumbledore must know by now? Or does Mrs. Figg consider it normal to not see him? Maybe Dumbledore doesn't share the news with the old crowd? I'd find that strange, because the best way to find him would be to ask those he trusts to keep eyes and ears open.

ANyway, I'm happy to see DH hasn't stopped this highly amusing AU, I wonder what the young couple are up to next. Oooh, the thought just hit - will Ginny get some kind of magical letter, adressed to "Mrs. Ginevra Molly Potter?" WOuld be interesting to see how Molly (and Arthur) reacts to that.

Thanks a bunch. Cheers!

Musings of Apathy replied:

If I recall OotP correctly, Arthur and Molly were not part of the old crowd.   They became part of the Order due to their children's association with Harry, I believe, not because they were part of the active resistance before.   As far as Mrs. Figg goes, several chapters ago I said that she was gone for two months to help her neice after she had her baby.   The way I count, that puts her back in Little Whinging around the middle of September.   Dubledore does not know yet that Harry is away.

Thanks for the review.   Remember, if you want to discuss this story, you can go to my forum.   I'll be glad to answer any questions that won't spoil the story.

Mike (MoA)

Mike (MoA)

IceBlades posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 5:09am

Another awesome chapter. Grandmum Prewett seems so nice, happy writing!

vertru posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 4:11am

Mike, you have a really great and fun story going here. I can see all kinds of ways you can go with this, so keep up the good work. The only thing I see which would improve your writing would be the addition of a beta or two to help smooth out a few rough spots. The story is engaging and fun enough to hold one's interest despite some minor flaws. I look forward to more, as I always enjoy your tales.


Rick D Gale posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 3:45am

I think that this is such a tender story. I just hope when Harry and Ginny are found out that the parents and family will be understanding.

I look forward to your next chapter. I understand completly what you mean by writer's block. I think it happens to everybody.


Jim_xinu posted a comment on Tuesday 24th July 2007 3:37am

Good chapter. It's starting to become a rather open secret, though.

I'm rather surprised that Gran didn't put some effort into trying to convince them to 'fess up.

Thanks for sharing this with us.