Apologies for the delay in getting to these. I've been in the midst of exam corrections for the past month. Not the Leaving Cert., by the way. Junior Cert. History.
LOVE your characterisation of Ginny in the first few paragraphs. She really comes across as the independent, firey, perhaps a little overly independent due to being the baby of a long family and fed up of being treated like a little girl that was hinted at in canon.
And actually, I never noticed that about the Weasleys. I never really equated Ron's love of food with Molly's constant cooking.
Hmm, I'm intrigued by this reference to the brother in St. Mungo's.
*grins* Poor Ginny. A bunch of 13 year olds are NOT who you want to run into when you are upset. Actually a boarding school would be a pretty awful place to be when you were upset. It wouldn't be easy to get some privacy.
You've written "it's" for something belonging to "it" when it should be "its". "It's" is short for "it is."
There are a few intriguing hints at House of Stone here. And I really think you characterised Ginny well.
Hi! Finally getting around to replying! (I'm procrastinating writing. My muse visited and she scared me.)
I'm always nervous when it comes to canon characterization, so I'm glad Ginny came off well. ^_^
I think I only noticed the food connection because of A Very Potter Musical, actually...
Yeah, there were going to be other references, but that would have led to a lot more spoilers...
Right! People are EVERYWHERE. It was a wonder Harry and the gang ever got anything done without everyone knowing their business!
I will attempt to remember to go back through and fix that. I'm awful when it comes to its and it's.
I'm so glad you liked Ginny. Jill writes Senny all the time and I anguished over this one shot to get her right. Thank you so much!