How did I miss that you left me some questions... in April?! :O Oh dear!
Sorry about that! Here we go:1. So, I really, really, really loved the Mirror's Reflection. What do you think you would see if you ever looked in the Mirror of Erised?
Awh - thank you so much! It was one of those stories that you just sit down and find yourself writing a one-shot
Oh! That's a hard question - I suppose I would be holding my first published book with all my family... and married to Rupert Grint. Yep, that ought'a do it 2. How did you go about writing 'Until the Monsters Came'? Because it's just so scary, did you have any ill feelings about it? Were you scared after you sat back and read it to yourself when you were done?
UtMC was really hard for me to write! I've got thatophobia, just like my character and although it's much better now - I was once in that place. It was scary to write because it brought a lot of it back but I'm so glad I did! Lots of people have left reviews saying they'd never heard of it before and I really enjoyed looking at it from a different point of view! 3. For 'Mischief Managed' what character do you like to write the most? Who do you think has the best story?
I love writing James! He's funny, cocky, mischievous and so annoying. I'm really looking forward to developing his character as he (slowly) ages. However, I think Peter has the best story. There's so much depth and plot lines to go into and I won't reveal too much but he has a very exciting plot to unfold! 4. So, why do you love Ron so much! Do you like the way they portrayed him in the movies or no?
Oh I love Ron
He's funny and loyal, but never recieves the credit he should. I like him because he's a real
character, he has his obvious flaws but deals with them rather than pretending they don't exist or just assuming that it's part of his character and therefore can't be changed. I love his relationship with his family and just his blunt honesty. (The fact that he's ginger helps too
). Hm I think Rupert Grint plays Ron perfectly, however I think the writers never gave him the time to shine in the later movies - in PS, CoS and PoA, Ron was very true to the books but as the films went on.. he kinda slipped away from canon.5. Now for the hardest question: WHAT'S THE BEST THING ABOUT YOUR HOUSE?!
THAT'S TOO HARD!
Hm well I'm always split between Hufflepuff and Gryffindor! I love Gryffindor because it's red (my favourite character), it's in a tower (would be my favourite place), it's guarded by a fat lady (I think that's pure awesome)... all the characters are friendly and brave. Plus, a bit of chivalry never hurt anyone!
But recently, I've started to become more and more of a Hufflepuff and there's so much about that house which I love aswell!
Thanks for asking, Alyssa!