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sylvelle posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd March 2016 11:03pm

Great end I think.

Thanks for adding it.

Tricia

frank stark posted a comment on Friday 19th February 2016 8:10am

Thank you again. I don't have the imagination, energy or time to write fanfiction, but I appreciate those of you who do, and who have furnished me with, as Kipling says,

Thought in the early morning, solace in time of woes, 25 Peace in the hush of the twilight, balm ere my eyelids close, And the days are flecked with the cheery lightOf stories I read of Friendship, and Pleasure and Work and Fight.

Nytefyre posted a comment on Sunday 24th February 2013 12:49am

Really enjoyed this and am glad for the outline you provided. While I would love to see it fleshed out, it scratched enough of the itch. Thanks for posting!

David Thacker posted a comment on Wednesday 13th June 2012 2:06am

Will you ever finish this story oe if you are not writing fanfiction get back to fanfiction?

brad posted a comment on Saturday 17th September 2011 8:06pm

A weird bug in the FFA web site; I can leave a review for chapter #5 of Ever After, but chapter #6 keeps telling me that I need to login.

After joking about 'Ever After' in my comment to your 'Interview the Characters' post I went and had a quick look and saw the wrap-up you'd added to the five chapters proper. I'm not quite sure I'd seen that before, and, if so, not sure I've ever commented, so I thought I'd so so here quickly.

First of all, good on you for wrapping things up as best you could; a nice note of professionalism. It not only gives some closure to the story but is also a neat look/remember into what was, for me, the early days of my involvement with this crazy HP fandom thing.

Secondly, I love the final scene. A beautiful way to tie the religion into the story and the bible verse is of course perfect, leaving we readers absolutely warm and content that we leave Harry and Hermione with a bright and rich life ahead of them. Lovely.

(And on the H/G vs H/Hr side of things - you're rolling your eyes at me right now, yes? - I do like the acknowledgement that the 'best' was indeed that which came last. Hmm. Maybe I have 'reviewed' this out-take with you before, that rings a bell. Oh well, it's nice to repeat.)

Good on you for writing and releasing what you could of 'Ever After'. I hope life is treating you and your family well.

Kokopelli replied:

well, for Hermione, it was certainly the best.

Thanks for your kind words.

Riegert8 posted a comment on Tuesday 31st May 2011 12:42am

This is a good story

I admit I am not a fan of seeing the bible mention in the story

Meg posted a comment on Sunday 30th May 2010 8:25pm

Hey John. :-)

I really, really liked this. Of course, as always happens, I wish for more, but I'm content with the outline you provided for the rest of the story.

I totally agree with you on the shipper thing, and what I think (know) sets this story apart from most other "canon compliant", H-Hr, post-epilogue fics is that you didn't feel the need to bash H-G or R-Hr to get Harry and Hermione to the point where they'd be together. While the circumstances of their widow(er)-hood isn't exactly natural, the coming together is.

This reminds me a lot, in a way, of how my grandparents married. :-) My mother's parents were best friends with another couple. My grandmother passed away right around the same time my grandfather's best friend passed away. A few years later, my grandfather and my grandmother's best friend married. I was about 2 at the time, so I grew up considering her to be my grandmother.

I think the only problem I had with this was the amount of time Hermione spent disguised. I get why she needed to, but I'd also thing Harry would be able to arrange for a few dates where she could let the charm drop and be herself.

Everything else, though, was beautiful. Thank you for sharing this with us.

Meg

liquidfyre posted a comment on Sunday 25th April 2010 4:15pm

Dude, I will say this. H-H H-G hell hook harry up with a damn mountain troll for all i care. You are a damn good writer and i enjoy your stories. DON'T let people get you down cause they can't think outside their pitiful little boxes. Do what makes you happy man. Although to be honest the idea of a Harry and a mountain troll is a bit scary, just so ya know.

Riegert8 posted a comment on Tuesday 23rd March 2010 3:52pm

good chapter

Amapapa posted a comment on Tuesday 23rd March 2010 1:12pm

Thank you, John! It's been lovely to read something from your hand again (though I imagine I've read this before). And very likely. If the unthinkable should happen, and Harry and Hermione both ended up as single, I do think they'd find together as romantic partners.

Hope you're doing well, and that one day the need to tell us a story becomes so strong that we'll see an update from you again. Blessings!

Wolfric posted a comment on Tuesday 23rd March 2010 11:50am

Thanks for writing and sharing your unfinished symphony. W.

Wolfric posted a comment on Sunday 21st March 2010 12:49am

It is a considerable loss to HP fan fiction for you to cease your fine endeavors. I do understand that sometimes a change of activity is attractive and often other considerations compete for ones attention. However there may come a time when your attention drifts back in this direction, so please don't hesitate to scratch that itch if it comes up. I enjoyed this offering and would love to see more, however unlikely that may be. Thanks for writing. W.

Kokopelli replied:

To everything there is a season - and my fanfic season has closed, for now. I have some more stuff tucked away that I'll drag out if I get a spare moment.

MarinePotterfan posted a comment on Saturday 20th March 2010 9:36am

It would be awsome if you finnished this story.

Thanks for writing
MPF

Kokopelli replied:

Thanks for reading.

jilumasam posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 6:18pm

Come to think of it...this is as good as any place to finish the story.....

jilumasam posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 6:15pm

Good as ever....sometimes the broad outline/sketch can convey quite a bit without the unnecessary padding and you've got it down to a fine art in this story. Very enjoyable....and great to meet everyone again.

Liz

Riegert8 posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 1:37pm

good chapter

Riegert8 posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 1:33pm

Good chapter

Riegert8 posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 1:33pm

Good chapter

Riegert8 posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 1:32pm

Good chapter

Riegert8 posted a comment on Friday 19th March 2010 1:30pm

Good chapter