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Reviews for Fifteen Minutes

vampmissedith 2005.08.07 - 07:02PM 1: N/A Signed
Good one. Very good.I like how you left it open to what he really might be thinking. A great vignette, though I think this could evolve into something larger. But either way it works. It had some lack of detail, but other than that I enjoyed it.

Author's Response: Evolve into something larger? *blinks* Hm. Maybe. *dryly* Lack of detail is what I excel in when I want to leave it as open as possible. Thank you very much for both criticism and praise (and reviewing!) -Mel

Verity Brown 2005.08.02 - 05:31PM 1: N/A Signed
Yes, you, too, are a mistress of misdirection. I want Snape to be good. How could he be this upset if he wasn't? Nice job!

Author's Response: Mistress of Misdirection... damn, I LIKE that. Many, many, many thanks, Verity! (How's "Merciless Affection" going? *hint*) -Mel

Trickie Woo 2005.08.02 - 03:42PM 1: N/A Signed
An interesting take on the situation. Because it's what I want, I will construe as Severus on the side of good. I don't trust Rowling, but my mind says the odds are 10 to 1 for the good. He is not evil, I have seen true evil and Snape is not that kind of person.

Author's Response: Thank you very much! Let's hope you're right, shall we? But still, I'm loving what this is doing for my writing. I'm going to be writing things for both sides and inbetween, like this one, and it's going to be FUN. (I bet even you could write one. *Grin* *nudge*) Somewhere is a little voice telling me he's good, because Jo went through FIVE BOOKS to explain that he WASN'T evil and then she goes back to the beginning? Eh... -Mel

greenwood 2005.08.02 - 01:21PM 1: N/A Anonymous
Very interesting, When you capitalized "Brother" was this to indicate he was not indeed a brother but this was a ruse? or was it a typo? I liked the story. I think we are all interested in what Severus does right after he gets away from Hogwarts. There is a lot of emotional potential there.

Author's Response: Eh... I think that was a typo or she paused just long enough to make it a sentence. Emotional potential? *bark of laughter* That's the understantement of the year! I'm going to have fun with this one. -Mel

Author's Response: I realized what you were talking about -- *sheepish laugh* It was a proper name. -Mel

Stella Stargazer 2005.08.02 - 01:04PM 1: N/A Signed
Excellent projection to an uncertain future for Severus. And if vagueness is a fault, just remember that JK herself is brilliant at being vague and misdirection. I enjoyed your story greatly.

Author's Response: That's what I keep telling myself. And the others. Do they listen? Bah, no. *shrugs* Many thanks, I'm glad you liked it so much! -Mel

phoenix 2005.08.02 - 12:34PM 1: N/A Signed
Short and simple. I can definitely see him being an emotional wreck after what he had to do. I like the idea that he has a sister he could confide in and that he's protecting her. All these little stories make me more and more eager to finally see book 7.

Author's Response: I liked the idea too. Concise, too. No beating around the bush (I don't like it when people hedge -- that means they're hiding something). I'm so glad you liked it! (How long do you think it'll take her? I heard that she was almost done on CNN -- but I never trust what I hear. I just hope fervently.) -Mel

CareCrystal 2005.08.02 - 09:07AM 1: N/A Signed
I really liked this story. You managed to create a post-HBP scenario that rang true without giving details away---and I absolutely loved the little twist you put in at the end. Great job!

Author's Response: Many thanks, CareCrystal! Being vague is my specialty. My friends say it's a fault... it's not! Bwaha, here's the proof! Er... anyway...*cough* Many, many thanks! -Mel

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