Reviews For One Day
Name: BIQxoxBOHICA reviewed One Day on Jul 23, 2009 09:27 am
I think that this could use a sequal. =]
And maybe a prequal? Nothing too long or anything, a one-shot would suffice, as long as it's longer than this. ^.^
Name: shaded reviewed One Day on Jun 05, 2008 04:52 am
This is heart-wrenching. I think that the last paragraph notches up the angst much further (which is definitely a good thing);), as the fact that Draco is unable to be with his wife and unborn child due to his illness emphasises the tragedy.
Name: WolfStar reviewed One Day on Oct 21, 2007 10:14 pm
I found it bittersweet. I definitely liked the last paragraph.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing and letting me know!
Name: Madame Puddifoot reviewed One Day on Jan 08, 2007 07:08 pm
Perfectly angsty. You seem to have perfected the wonderful art of drabbles, something I have yet to do. I always kind of start writing drabbles and then an hour later I realize a drabble is definitely not supposed to be more than half a page.

Author's Response: Haha, I know what you mean. This one just sort of ended. But usually, I go on and on but then, how more angsty could've it been?! Anyway, thanks for reviewing!
Name: TwistedPixie reviewed One Day on Oct 12, 2006 10:06 am
wow...that was amazing

Author's Response: Thanks so much! I'm glad you liked it!
Name: Kisou reviewed One Day on Oct 11, 2006 10:09 pm
To answer your question, I think the last paragraph is necessary. It adds a new demention to their relationship, and heightens the emotional pull of what he's saying. That was interesting, though the "cold" thing confused me as it waws refering to Ginny and I've never heard her refered to as cold. Unless, of course, you mean dead.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Though I think I've managed to confuse you (which is a blunder on my part in trying to be abstract. Sorry!). Draco is calling and thinking of Narcissa in the first paragraph. Ginny, however, is alive and sitting next to Draco at the hospital.
Name: fallenwitch reviewed One Day on Oct 10, 2006 03:41 pm
Oh, I wish I had never read this little cookie of yours. I really do. Narcissa's dead. Draco's married to Ginny but in some horrid, delirious state. And Ginny is pregnant and waiting for Draco to wake up. Any other disaster you would like to befall the House of Malfoy or are you done?

I guess this means you've decided to forgo humorous, light and fluffy for now. Okay, I will add this to the list of things I will be looking forward to reading more of when you update. Nicely done if infuriatingly SHORT.

Author's Response: Well, I didn't address Lucius. And I must say I'm feeling a bit of sympathy towards him these days. Maybe I could lock him up in Azkaban...oh wait, he's already there. I don't think I've completely abandoned humor yet. But we'll see how things go...
Name: KatherineGrace reviewed One Day on Oct 10, 2006 12:31 pm
nicely done. however, i have one question. is the woman referred to in the first paragraph narcissa or ginny?

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! The woman in the first paragraph is Narcissa. Ginny is alive and well (as well as she can be considering her husband, Draco, is in a coma of sorts...I was imagining that it was during the war and Narcissa is killed brutually, thus sending Draco into a delirous state along with other disturbing angsty factors...)
Name: Slytherin Wolf reviewed One Day on Oct 09, 2006 08:07 pm
Nicely written, although very brief. Perhaps a little too short?

Author's Response: I actually thought that any more might take away from the power of his trauma. Were you looking for anything in particular? (Other than a resolution, which I cannot offer.) But thanks for reviewing! I appreciate it.
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