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Norbert 2006.08.06 - 12:44PM 9: Nine Anonymous
Great Story! Truly, please respond to this when you update so that I'll be alerted when there is more. Thanks for sharing!

Author's Response: Thank you very much - the latest update is here :)

An 2006.07.30 - 09:14PM 9: Nine Anonymous
You write very well and I love your story so far. Please update soon!

Author's Response: Thank you - updated :)

crayzfreak 2006.07.20 - 07:45PM 9: Nine Signed
please, I don't care that it's not canon anymore, it's awesome, write more!!

Author's Response: LOL - As requsted, more has been written.

ishie 2006.07.04 - 12:07AM 9: Nine Anonymous
No! Not fair! Am hopelessly addicted to Marriage Law fic! Need more not-total-evil-bastard Snape! Er, that is. Will there be more, ma'am?

Author's Response: Thank you :) Yes, there will be more. I've some written and more to go.

morrigan 2006.06.26 - 10:28PM 9: Nine Signed
finish it, damn you!

Author's Response: o_Patience is a virtue.

rdb1975 2006.02.15 - 03:20PM 9: Nine Signed
*BWAAA HA HA HA HA! Sigger, snort, Wheez* Oh wow, I needed that. I nearly wet my pants when I saw that you updated. This is one of my absolute favorites and I thought that like most of the others it was doomed to remain unfinished. I would send brownies or flowers for another update, but I'm stuck inthe middle east till July. Will hummos and falafel be alright? I promise no sheep head and stomach soup. (And yes, they really do eat that here. I saw it in the kitchen at lunch time, did a U-turn and didn't come back out of my room until well after dark) More please! (story, that is)

Author's Response: Hummus and falafel? *Drool* Yes, that'll do in a pinch, I suppose. (We can skip the sheep head and stomach soup, though...)

Thank you for reviewing! I'm working on the latest update now :)

girl_interrupted 2006.02.15 - 12:47PM 9: Nine Signed
This is totally wick fic and very funny (love snape humor!!!) so it only right that you update this top story soon! please :-)

Author's Response: Thanks. I'm certainly working on it.

maudite 2006.02.09 - 03:42AM 9: Nine Signed
I just discovered this story, and it's charming my socks off. Considering that my fondness for socks rivals Dumbledore's, that's no mean feat. I love all your characterizations -- they're absolutely spot on, and for once I get to see a Tonks who actually behaves like an auror with a goofy sense of humor, rather than an insecure adolescent prone to bursting into tears. It's a breath of fresh air, dammit. I do hope the twins aren't too upset that the happy couple missed their appointment.

Author's Response: *Blushes* Thank you for this wonderful response! I'm glad the characterizations work for you -- and do you mean to say that you've actually read stories where Tonks burst into tears? Without hexing off the bollocks of the bloke responsible? I shudder at the thought.

Don't worry about the appointment with the twins; they haven't missed it. It's set for later this evening (story time).

Joyce 2006.02.06 - 09:16AM 9: Nine Signed
That was so funny!!!!!!!! Of course they don't do ballet, silly me!!!!!

Author's Response: You never know with Heffalumps... ;)

Joyce 2006.02.06 - 07:08AM 3: Three Signed
I've just discovered your story. I quite like it but I don't like the fact Snape uses "Mudblood" and right in front of Dumbledore. I don't think that's very realistic; I wish you would change it into Muggleborn, and keep Mudblood for when Death Eaters and Voldemort are talking!

Author's Response: I'm glad you like it except that one proviso. While I understand you might have a problem with Snape's use of the term "Mudblood," and agree wholeheartedly that cannon Snape would be too fastidious to use it in everyday speech, I'm not going to change it.

Here's why I used it: Snape in this scene is thoroughly irritated by Tonks and deeply disturbed from having rummaged through Percy's mind. Therefore, he's trying to (if you forgive my language) piss off Dumbledore in order to make himself feel a bit better. It's like scratching an itch, I suppose. In fact, the paragraph after the first time he says "Mudblood" starts:

"Dumbledore did not rise to the bait. He never did. Just once, Snape would like to turn the table on the headmaster, to provoke him past his infamous serenity."

As for why Dumbledore doesn't bother to correct Snape - (1) he's got other things on his mind, (2) he fully realizes that Snape's just trying to provoke him.

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