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Reviews for Enduring Obligations

journeymom 2006.01.31 - 12:43PM 1: n/a Signed
I just found this through a random search. I love one-shots. There's such potential for good writing. This is very good. Snape is typically sarcastic and just a bit childish. No one holds a grudge like Severus Snape! Glad I found your story.

Author's Response: Thank you! The dialogue for this one was a lot of fun to do, with Severus and James trading insults and Lily trying to make peace.

Pigwidgeon 2005.08.02 - 09:51PM 1: n/a Anonymous
Awesome! Glad to see you've posted, dear co-conspirator :)

Author's Response: Howdy, April! Fancy meeting you here :-)

Melvacaea 2005.07.30 - 05:18PM 1: n/a Signed
It's brilliant. I adore it, the way that he's so... so... what's the word? Unforgiving? Pessimistic? Drained? (Sarcastic?) It's a perfect display of emotions that is incredily JKR style, incredibly canon. I congratulate you! -Mel

Author's Response: Thank you! Wow, high praise indeed--I'm flattered! Hmm... I would say that he's all that and bitter, resentful, a bit arrogant, and extremely set in his ways. He wants to be forgiven, but he cannot ask for it, nor can he accept forgiveness when it is freely offered, alas. I left hope at the end of the story that he might change someday, because I want to believe that there is still hope for Snape in spite of his past.

Lady Whitehart 2005.07.30 - 05:02PM 1: n/a Signed
A very interesting beginning. I can't wait to see where you are going with this story.

Author's Response: Sorry, this is it. I think I've fixed the status on the story to indicate that it's finished.

greenwood 2005.07.30 - 04:38PM 1: n/a Anonymous
Great job! This was really different. It leaves a lot to think about -

Author's Response: Thanks! This actually started as a scene for Grudge Match (I'm Pigwidgeon's co-writer) sometime in Part I, but I scrapped it early on bc. it wasn't going to work. Later I developed it into a short story of its own. I like open-ended stories--can you tell?

Silverthreads 2005.07.29 - 11:58PM 1: n/a Signed
Interesting beginning, I cannot help but wonder where it is going.

Author's Response: Sorry, this is all there is to the story--it's just a brief character bit. It's my first submission, and I think I goofed somewhere on the form. I've marked the story/chapter as finished.

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