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ASchaffalit2016.08.22 - 11:13AM3: Two: Christmastide 2009Signed
Oh the song is so lovely. And everything else in this bedchambre scene. oh Severus, lucky HG. Which melody suits it? Or has it yet to be written? Where can I hear it? I was a singer, and would like to sing again, practising an unused, raven-ish mezzo on this lovely poetry. In private only.

Author's Response: :) A repeat comment, for some reason!

ASchaffalit2016.08.22 - 11:12AM3: Two: Christmastide 2009Signed
Oh the song is so lovely. And everything else in this bedchambre scene. oh Severus, lucky HG. Which melody suits it? Or has it yet to be written? Where can I hear it? I was a singer, and would like to sing again, practising an unused, raven-ish mezzo on this lovely poetry. In private only.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! The song is actually one that I wrote (I used to belong to a songwriting guild, and this was a 'project' that eventually turned into the story. It has a strange, uneven meter, but I never quite got around to recording it. I still remember it, though. I'll bet your mezzo would sound great singing it!

ASchaffalit2016.08.22 - 09:07AM2: One: Christmastide 2004Signed
Chapt. 2. Lovely, lovely chappie after you had me in tears when the first was finished. January 14. of this year has made every lament over Severus prick my heart, and the laptop was gone in a mist. I nearly gave up reading on. Missing Alan Rickman so terribly. Uhm, such a job interview... In 'Close My Eyes' he is also lounging in a chair, and well. it is hard to breathe. No wonder HG's thoughts were crimson. 'Boscobel' is also the name of the famous Oak, in which spreading branches Charles the Second hid from the Parliament troops on September 6. 1651. Avery good password for our princely Headmaster who had to hide from many armies in his own war.

Author's Response: Thank you for your lovely comments. Yes, losing AR broke my heart utterly. I still cannot watch his films. I don't mind the visuals, but that beautiful, hypnotic voice, forever silenced...it is too sad to contemplate. I did not know the story of the Boscobel tree; it has a double meaning for me, in that there is a park/golf course near where I live with that name, and the beautiful orange cat we lost in June was also named Boscobel. Knowing this story about Charles II made me very happy!! Thank you again for your lovely review.

Mavennica2014.10.16 - 11:18AM8: EpilogueSigned
I had forgotten about this story until it came up as a random one. When I read it again, I had to wipe tears from my eyes at Hermione's grief. I remembered that she was hallucinating, but it was still such a heart-rending series of scenes that I cried anyway. I absolutely LOVE your version of Severus Snape in all your stories, but the versions in this story, "Lay Me Low," and "Father Figure" are simply breathtaking. :)

Author's Response: Thank you so much for your lovely comments. I am so glad you enjoyed this fic, and that you feel that way about my version of Severus. Your lovely words just made my day! <3

Jensteed2014.07.04 - 09:46AM8: EpilogueSigned
That was a cruel thing to do to me haha, I can never bear stories where he dies. The twist caught me completely by surprise but it was brilliant. I should know better by now and trust you but I almost couldn't read it thinking of what would come. I'm so glad I did, as always it was just beautiful. I look forward to reading it again without having my heart in my mouth for the first half. I can't thank you enough Teddy for all of these magnificent stories, I just can't concentrate on anything else till I've gotten through them all.

Author's Response: Jensteed, you are a jewel. I cannot express how grateful I am that not only do you take the time to read my fics, but you take the time to comment as well. That means so much to me. You're just a star.

Other2014.06.28 - 01:01AM8: EpilogueSigned
This was good. I think it might have been because I did not necessarily expect the twist; it did not feel ham-fisted. The emotions were good.

The way to make this one better is to change how you ended it. I don't mean the writing; I mean editing wise. The "epilogue" part needed to be cut up a bit. The Christmas 2009 should have been part of the last chapter or in its own chapter. The epilogue should only have contained the Christmas 2010 part. Finally, the rest should have been a oneshot sequel. These changes would make the story much more polished. Or double good if you want to double-speak it.

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HM_Roberts2013.04.16 - 07:35PM8: EpilogueSigned
That... is the most magical of magical SS/HG fanfics I've ever had the honor and privilege to enjoy. Oh my... Dankeschön - Viele Danke!!

Author's Response: Viele Danke! I am so happy you enjoyed it! Thank you so much for your kind words.

loreen772013.04.03 - 02:11PM8: EpilogueSigned
Sighs, this is still such a magical story. First you weep for a loss, then the fear of her following him, then you weep for joy and love and life......such perfection. I also found the song lyrics so beautiful. I though this story word loose some of the emotional impact on a second reading sonce the twists are already known, but i am pleased to say i was just as suck into this and as breathless as the first time i read it. Brava! You are my hero!

Author's Response: Thank you so much - that is a lovely thing to say, and I will treasure it always. I'm so glad you enjoyed this story. It was my third ever fanfic, and I was still sort of finding my voice, but the Muse was really with me and guiding me every step of the way. I'm glad it resonated so much with you. Thank you!

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