Author's Response: Thanks! First person is a point of view I picked up in high school, and I really enjoy writing that way. I think it gives me a more personal relationship with my character.
I'm glad you like it!
I don't know about Lily/James-ish, as I've not read many fanfics about them. All I have to go on for them is Harry's encounter with the pensieve in OotP.
I tried to keep Blaise's mother as close to canon describes her as possible, and I hope I'm doing a good job of it.
Yes, Blaise is a little bit of a romancer, but he's also got a huge block of pride and arrogance standing in front of him, which would help to explain why he didn't like his first impressions of Gryffindor and Hufflepuff. And Blaise is big on first impressions.
Thanks for reading and reviewing!
Author's Response: Thanks!
*reads your review response* That was my mistake. *looks back* *sees that* *headdesk* Ignore me, please. Haha.
Author's Response: Haha, it's no problem. I'm just glad someone's reading it. And so quickly too!
Wow! I think this will be the first fic I have read that comes from this particular point of view...from what little information we have from canon, I think that you've got some really good characterization going so far, and I really look forward to seeing where this goes.
And, of course, the required plea: UPDATE SOON!!!
Yay! I hope it's at least a little original. There are so many fanfiction stories out there, after all!
I hope to keep the characterization up to your standards, then.
Thanks for reviewing!
Oh. *blushes* I guess I didn't do it very well, then, since the main character is definitely a guy.
I am glad that you liked the descriptions, though! Thanks for reviewing!