Author: Mokushi Ryuu PM
Peyton Potter is thought to be the boy who lived, and is praised, while his genius brother is content to live outside of Peyton's spotlight. An ancient marriage contracts between the Malfoy's and the Potter's reveals certain truths, that should stay hiddeRated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Parody - Harry P. & Lucius M. - Chapters: 6 - Words: 6,170 - Reviews: 224 - Favs: 418 - Follows: 241 - Updated: 06-30-12 - Published: 10-08-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4582692
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I've only just received this anonymous Review and Just *HAD*to share it with you, so that you know why I am no longer allowing anonymous reviews.
"You know, it's offensive when stories like this one show up. There are people on this site who work so hard, work their fingers to the bone and their minds into the darkest pits of exhaustion to share with other's a piece of brilliance, a thing of beauty. They receive little praise for what they do, for what they decide to share - to grace others with.
People like you, who write nothing but the most random, inconsistent, idiotic plots and misspelt pieces of shit, then proceed to get floods of comments from those who would encourage you to spout more of your inadequate pages of tripe and badly written filth.
This in itself is not entirely your fault I suppose, after all, it's not as if you have a say in what people leave you in the comment's box - unless you're one of those disgusting people who has created themselves and alternate account just to spur yourself on and make yourself look loved by the readers, which would perhaps explain the many blocks of one word reviews from the same person...
Whether drunk or sleep deprived, you should still be taking the most basic care of your writing. Try using a Dictionary or perhaps a Thesaurus to correct your Spelling and Grammar, try just checking over what you've written to see if it makes sense to those who are going to read it.
Writing a thing is only half of the battle, if you truly want to write, you should be taking the time to make your story attractive and inventive, but also easy to follow and consistent.
If you must continue with this pathetic drivel, please at least have the decency to write properly before you publish it."
First of all, where do you get off, telling me how to write? Log in and say all this shit from an account where I can, A.) respond and B.) see how your own stories measure up.
Secondly, this story is a parody. It is not meant to be taken in the least bit seriously. The bad French is used in jest, the ridiculous plot is there to make you roll your eyes, shake your head and then move on to a great story none the worse for having read it. You're just a nameless nobody who gets a little thrill out of flaming fics behind the anonymity of the Internet, which is fine, but please, Fuck off in someone else's direction.
All your Nasty little comment has served to do was make me momentarily taken aback by your audacity. In a little while, I'll have moved on, gotten a bite to eat, and watched a humourous programme on the tv. You'll still be a sad little person who's only success in life is that you managed to irritate people far more talented and braver than you, who put themselves out there everyday for the world to judge again and again, for a few brief moments.
Though I deeply value each and everyone of my reviewers, No one has the right to abuse anyone else in this manner. I certainly don't hold a gun to your head and force you to read what I've written. I write for me, first of all, and that I choose to share it here is not an invitation for you to make yourself feel better by trying, and failing, to tear me down.
In short, I pity you, and will now spare you no more thought for the rest of my life. I wish you success in what ever you attempt to do.
Ryon W. Mikeska
The Mokushi Ryuu