Content Harry Potter Jane Austen by Pamela St Vines

Reviews

Nytefyre posted a comment on Saturday 9th March 2013 2:29am for Interview with a StoryTeller

Breaking the fourth wall can be fun and is normally used to share a joke with the reader... in this case, it didn't feel that way... Thanks for posting.

jeffstrauser@yahoo.com posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 10:16pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

Awesome Story!!!

kate19 posted a comment on Monday 24th November 2008 10:45am for Interview with a StoryTeller

i have read all three drabbles in one go. i like them. since i read your harry/millicent story i felt like i should read the paladin stories. which i ususally overlooked. so expect more reviews in the coming week! bye

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Saturday 1st December 2007 9:04am for Interview with a StoryTeller

My brain hurts!

Nice work.

writer'sblock posted a comment on Thursday 7th December 2006 9:31pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

This whole drabble series was pretty funny. Are you the StoryTeller?

Deborahsu posted a comment on Friday 4th August 2006 11:46am for Interview with a StoryTeller

I do love your stories. Each one seems as though it could actually happen as written, though they go far beyond anything most of us consider possible.

M. R. Moore posted a comment on Saturday 8th April 2006 10:05am for Interview with a StoryTeller

A very facinating story. Now all the other stories make a little more sense.

Aaran St Vines replied:

I hope to make sense eventually to all that read.

Thanks for your kind words and for reading my tale.

Simon Parsons posted a comment on Tuesday 28th March 2006 7:08am for Interview with a StoryTeller

This is the first story of yours I have read; one picked at random. If the rest are as good as this I ma going to be in for an interesting evening. Thanks in advance! :)

Aaran St Vines replied:

Thanks for reading and reviewing.

I hope my writing has pleased you.

Amamama posted a comment on Monday 27th March 2006 5:41am for Interview with a StoryTeller

Fun! You really are the StoryTeller, aren't you? Fascinating, I love your parallell universe theories. Great way to explain your two versions of basically the same story. Really neat.

Thanks!

Aaran St Vines replied:

I would love to be a StoryTeller - I just need to get the time traveling and deminsion jumping down and they have agreed to hire me.

Thanks for reading and reviewing.

David Thacker posted a comment on Saturday 18th March 2006 1:09pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

Are there more to the Palain Program stories?

Aaran St Vines replied:

Stay tuned to this channel for further developments.

Cheers.

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Sunday 12th March 2006 2:05pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

Seems the fourth wall is a might thin in these here parts. ;-)

Okay, so apparently the point of these drabbles is to set up the base ideas you plan to use in your stories as well as an explanation of AUs of AUs using the same events and set up to start with, but with different character relations. Sort of Dangerverse as done by Jeconais, if you'll permit the comparison. :-)

Aaran St Vines replied:

I am extremely pleased to be compared to Dangerverse and Jeconais, even in this loose manner.

My take on these parallel universes will make even more sense once I get Great Scott and Granger Defense further along and introduce one of my shorter length other takes.  I have three other girls in mind for Harry and can't decide which to start with to make the number three parallel story.

Thanks for reading and reviewing.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Saturday 11th March 2006 2:20pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

That's a most interesting explanation and the scary thing is that between H. Beam Piper and a few other writers, I've enough feel for paratemporal theory to follow the discussion with ease.

I'll be looking foward to reading more of your stories in the HP-Palladin sheaf of universes.

Aaran St Vines replied:

Thanks for reading and reviewing.

I have never read H. Beam Piper or anything such as this.  I wish I had the time

Cheers.

Arkeus posted a comment on Saturday 11th March 2006 1:48pm for Interview with a StoryTeller

snicker, very good :-)
i do think i may read your great scoot potter, this is war, even though i really don't like hg and rhr. could you tell me when they begin to be really different?

Aaran St Vines replied:

Starting at about chapter four I believe I have given some notes alluding to chapter differences.  About chapter eleven or twelve Great Scott and Granger Defense diverge quite a bit.

Thanks for your kind words and for reading my tale.

millercommamatt posted a comment on Friday 10th March 2006 6:08am for Interview with a StoryTeller

Question: Is the story teller a nod to Jim Henson's The Storyteller series hosted by John Hurt? Something to go with your Maker of Fine Wands story perhaps. (I haven't read that one yet. Sorry.)

-millercommamatt

Aaran St Vines replied:

Thanks for your kind words and for reading my tale.

I have never heard of Jim Henson's The Storyteller series.

I needed a muse-like creature to explain the parallel universes as I am creating them and to explain how I have interviewed people way into the future and way in the past.

Ergo, my StoryTeller.