I find Charlotte to be very relatable because she's fresh and young, she has so much enthusiasm and don't we all at such a ripe age? Boy that makes me sound old and I'm not. I really wanted her to get obliviated though...you know? I think that would be an interesting story too BUT I find the one that you have planned out to be interesting as well. I really wonder how you keep up with all your WIPs and how you even come up with all the different ideas because not one story is the same!Author's Response: Charlotte is mind-bogglingly enthusiastic. It's great :P I don't think I could handle the Obliviation thing - that is way too much angst for me :P I don't really keep up with my WIPs all that well...I tend to have writing frenzies on one or two at a time while others lie dormant for weeks or months...I'm a terrible person :P
I don't know where the ideas come from either, but I'm glad they're all notably different from each other :P I have so many ideas floating around, it's ridiculous...Thanks for the review! Report Review
"Next time you use a Galleon to spread butter, let me know." I shoved the card in my pocket and walked out the door.
"That's just impractical!" Hugo called after me. "It's completely the wrong shape!"
Haha! That was hysterical. Hugo is funny.
I really didn't go to read this when it first came up because I think you had a different banner or a summary, I know it was something and I just...I don't know there was something in one of them that kind of gave me the image that this story was about something totally different but after finishing your other story today I needed to fill the void!
I'm of course hooked with the first chapter. I have to ask though because I know everyone spells every word differently due to where they are from...is yoghurt...'yogurt'? That's how we spell it where I'm from and I'm just wondering if I'm thinking of the same thing or if it's something else.
Anyway, it'll be interesting to see if she gets her mind Obliviated, maybe that's how she's going to be a revolutionary. Even though I'm not sure what she's trying to bring a revolution too but I can't wait to find out!Author's Response: Glad you enjoyed that line :P
I did have a different summary when I first put this story up, which I changed to something (hopefully) a bit better when I got my banner. But I'm glad you came across it anyway :)
Yoghurt and yogurt are indeed the same thing :P I don't actually know if yoghurt is the British spelling or not, but as we tend to use British spelling in NZ I would assume it is.
She's basically trying to revolutionalise wizard-Muggle relations, but I don't think even she knows what exactly she's going to do about it :P Thanks for the review! Report Review
Woah! This is so cool! And what a great start! Nearly getting obliviated - absolutely hilarious!! And Hugo using the credit card for butter! This is such a great story :D Don't worry about the review that said it was rubbish; I think it is spectacular. I seem to be favouriting quite a few of your stories! And so many different styles! I think I need to slow down on the exclamation marks :L In the summary when I read Moriarty, I was like that seems vaguely familiar..and then you had your little disclaimer about Sherlock and it clicked. Haha. Anyway, I'm really interested to see where this heads, and it sounds like it's going to be fun in the office for Charlotte ;PAuthor's Response: Thank you! The Obliviator thing was a good bit of fun - I'm not sure where that came from exactly :P And the card for the butter...yeah. Good old Hugo :P I've noticed you around on a few of my stories, I'm glad you're enjoying them! There's quite a range :P I'm into Sherlock a bit at the moment, so it was fun slipping those references in. Thank you so much for the review, it means a lot, particularly after that flame. I hope to see you back for the next chapter, and on my other stories as well :) Report Review
Well that was close. Nearly became a non witch, but got there in the nick of time.
I think the revolution is on hold for now and the newbie always gets the rubbish jobs on their first week or so. 10/10.Author's Response: Definitely a relief there :P The revolution...yes. May be on hold for a bit. Not that that will dampen Charlotte's enthusiasm, of course :P Thanks for the review! Report Review
Oh you do know how to make me laugh Lisa. I love the use of the card as a butter knife. I have a feeling this story is going to involve a lot about Hugo using muggle things wrongly ect. I like how you set up his character as well, as someone who knows nothing about muggles.
Original little plot you've got going. Why am I not surprised? XD I like the ending of this chapter, I can see that it will definitely lead to some funny and a situation to get out of. Also this Muggle boy sounds intriguing.
Nice setting up of the story and keeping people interested. XDAuthor's Response: I think Hugo's quite a cool character. Definitely plenty of opportunities for him to showcase his obliviousness when it comes to Muggles in this story :P
Oh yay! Originality! That elusive quality we all strive for! *dances* I'm not sure where I'm going with this Muggle boy, but he'll definitely feature in later chapters, I rather like him. And thank you for the review! :) Report Review
I think it maybe the fact that Charlotte may have turned up for work not wearing robes, and also arriving on a bus, that caused the problems. But will she be able to sort it out before she loses her memories? 10/10 and plz update soon.Author's Response: That's exactly it :) Hopefully an update shouldn't be too far away, I hope to see you back for the next chapter :) Thanks for the review! Report Review
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