Review for JEDI POTTER


(#) no-one 2011-02-28

You, my good sir, are truly a master wordsmith of epic proportions (if the rating system of wordsmiths would go that high, and I hope they do lol). I've stumbled upon your story quite randomly. I’ve been a huge fan of Harry Potter since one of my teachers lent me her copy of sorcerer’s stone, and since then I devoured them greedily as each new one came out, standing in line for the midnight release of the last three and reading them til the break of dawn.
When I read Jedi Potter story first I only had the time to read the first few paragraphs and It sickened me. I didn’t know if I wanted to continue, but later that night my curiosity got the better of me, and I am extremely glad it did. I’ve read all 30 chapters within four days and one night I started reading at about 8pm and the next thing I saw was the sun coming over the horizon, on a work night mind you lol. There have only been three other authors to do that to me JKR, Jim Butcher, and Laurell K. Hamilton.
If you have published any books let me know and I will gladly buy them. If it weren’t for copyright laws I’d love to see Jedi Potter in print I’d be one of the first in line. Thank you so very much for this story and I happily await the coming chapter

Author's response

Thank, you, no-one. I'm absolutely thrilled at such effusive praise.

I began reading Harry Potter after I'd seen the show. My daughter (then six) fell in love with him (Literally! She wanted to marry the boy!) and I fell in love with the idea. That was ten years ago, and while I was disappointed with some of the canon books, fanfiction has kept that love alive.

The first chapter was intended to force the reader to ask himself if the story was sufficiently intriguing to be worth reading. I'm glad you decided it was.

Four days!?! I do hope you got some sleep! Please never put your work, schooling or health on the line for my story. You can always come back to it.

(On a side note: David White and Steven Coonts, affect me the same way.)

I have not published any books. I would like to, but such publishing costs 'shekels many'...even self-publishing.

Maybe some day. In the meanwhile we can practice our writing on-line and our readers will tell us (usually in no uncertain terms) what they think.

The next chapter will post as soon as I can.