I don't think Ginny is a character that I connect with too much for whatever reason but I do really love how adventurous side and the little comment about her stealing her brother's brooms when writers can get that essence of ginny then I enjoyed her so much more and I thought you did that brilliantly, this was a lovely little moment to read about.
I loved how ginny uses Fred and George's own trick against them too! he he! I thought you had some really nice imagery as she was flying too like the 'tickling her skin' and her laughter. It was a really nice sequence that was really effective in showing what flying meant to Ginny. I think my favourite thing in this is the little bonding moment that Ginny has with her dad over her 'secret'. I think it's obviously a quite a big moment for Ginny to be told that she's doing something well especially as well as her brothers so I thought the moment between father and daughter here was really lovely.
- Abbi xo
I had literally just read a snippet from the books earlier about this, when Hermione said to George that Ginny used to steal their brooms! I love how carefully she considers her selection, and that it was the twins who taught her how to break in in the first place. It's so sweet how much she loves to fly, even at such a young age, when we know how big a part of her life it becomes later. And bless her father for just tapping his nose when he finds out.
This was very sweet!
Aww, such a sweet story. Ginny always seemed like such a daddy's girl, even though she borrowed so many traits from her mother. I'm sure that her father's approval of her early-morning flying excursions was the treat of a lifetime for her.
I love your descriptions of the broom shed and its contents. A very nice piece of writing that grounded the story in tangible detail before the narrative took off, if you'll pardon the pun.
Flying must be such an amazing sensation, and you captured it beautifully. Love the little details, like racing the birds or feeling her toes drag across the tips of the wheat stalks.