i like the idea;)
Author's Response: Hehe, thanks! I'm going to try and get started on it one of these days...
That was great. It definatly had me laughing. :]
Author's Response: Hehe! I'm glad you got a chuckle out of it. =] I added your Marauder story to my faves! Now I just have to find them time to get started reading it!
It's amazing! You can do brilliant rom coms AND fantastic sad stories too!
This story was sweet, cute and funny. I love it when people take a character who you know basically nothing about....and turn them into a fully-fledged, ink and paper person!
All the cannon characters were in-character, and I have suddenly become a big fan of Verity!
Oooh, and I went over it with a fine tooth comb (waits for you to groan) and these are all the things I found...
'Two pair of lively brown eyes sparkled behind strawberry lashes and wide pearly grins lit up each face. '----It should be 'two pairs'
'It was common knowledge throughout the student body that she and Cedric Diggory had once harbored feelings for each other during their sixth year, a year before his death.'-----Nice plot twist, which I didn't see coming, but you use 'death' twice. You could say 'a year before he was killed'........
'She used a bit of emphasize on brilliant.'-----I think it should be 'emphysis'.
'With a small wink, he disappeared beneath the trap door, leaving an eighteen year old girl feeling like a giddy eleven year old with a schoolgirl crush. '-----Instead of 'year old' twice, perhaps First Year?
Apart from that, it was absolutely brilliant! You should definitely write a (longer) sequel! They are just begging for some 'Twelth Night' treatment!
Author's Response: *squees loudly* Thanks so much for reading my newest installment! I love the praises you gave, and am delighted my humble fics are worth so much. I'm off to correct those mishapes, thanks for the tip! =]
I loved this - it was so funny and sweet, and I liked the Classical reference (Sapphist). I'd love it to be a chaptered fic - anything Fred and George is fine by me... The rivalry was brilliant, although, if I was her, I don't think I'd be too fussed about both of them fancying me at once! Great story ;o)
Author's Response: Thanks so much for reading! This is my brand new one, I'm quite proud of it. I loved being able to work with Verity, as she is only mentioned once in the entire series.
I'm going to try and get the big story centered around these three written, but it is probably going to take awhile, as school is starting for me in about a month. *sticks out tongue in disgust* Thanks for the great review!
Haha, that was really cute. There was a part that threw me off, though. In the beginning of the story, it mentioned that Verity was two years ahead of the boys but for her to be fresh out of school in Harry's 5th year, the boys would be 17 not 16. Sorry if that didn't exactly make sense either but I tried to explain it the best I could. Other than that, this story was really quite funny.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! Ok, let me get my thoughts sorted out...
I think how I wrote it, I meant for Verity to be either eighteen or nineteen, so I guess that would make her two years ahead of the twins. Not quite sure though, this was sort of wrote out quickly. =]
and yes, i'm very much interested
Author's Response: Thank you!
A deeply downtrodden person sits at her desk surrounded by crumpled parchment. Deeply disturbed at the happenings of the last few days and anxiously awaiting the reply that must come. She worries about the great horned owl she has just sent will it return with aid? Or will it be shot down on sight.
If the message is coming through please help me
The Mentor was sitting at his/her desk, it had been a long day. The Fan fic writers had always had horrible grammar and there run on sentences would drive her batty. As she bent low to add another parchment to the to many corrections pile, which happened to sitat the bottom of her/his garbage can. She heard a flutter of wings as a great horned owl swooped down into her/his office. She unraveled the letter quickly and hopefully, casting her eyes at the first three words she new it was going to be a long day. She sat down at her desk and began to read.
I need your help on this most mentally fixating problem
I do not know how to contact any one from here
she/he read on
For the past 3 days I have been diligently working on a fic, My first fic ever. I have attempted about 5 hundred times to submit this fic when I realized it was my formatting at approximately 4 am I finally got it across but this morning it has disappeared from my archive.
I don't know how to get a hold of anyone in here and decided this was my best course of action. Please help me, It really is driving me quite and irreversibly crazy at the moment and I cannot rest until I have overcome this problem.
If you understand my predicament I would love your aid
anxiously awaiting your reply
The most frustrated Lobena
Author's Response: I'll try to help as best I can.
This was really good. I know it is hard to write a story that includes the twins and twin talk. You kept them in character and like how you inserted Harry and Unmbridge in there to give a little time line. Maybe you can add another chapter after the twins open their own shop.
Author's Response: Thanks, I'm glad you think I did a good job on it!
I had written out a complete story line using these three last summer, but I never had time to actually write it out. It was a twenty chaptered story and a sequel. I think I might just write it...
I really enjoyed writing this! Great Challenge! =]
LOL really funny. Worth a sequal.
Author's Response: Gracias! For all you non-Spanish speakers out there, that means thank you! *smirks at being able to say about ten things in Spanish*
you have got to make this into a full, chaoter story.
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I think I just might be able to hanker down and write it out...after I write my million other plot bunnies, whom are all begging in all their cutesy little bunnieness to be chosen first. Oh Lordy...
Very funny indeed. I can just see this sort of thing happening - I'm surprised it doesn't happen more often. Good job.
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it! =]