I am a 40 something year old mother of two living in Florida. I work full time as a nurse caring for children with cancer and I am in school to get my PhD. I'd love to improve my writing so any reviews are appreciated.
I am a huge Harry Potter fan. I actually started reading Harry Potter after listening to one of the parents at work reading the first book to their child. It sounded very interesting and I got the books for myself. I was hooked after that.
I love Harry and Ginny, I think they make a great couple and think it was hinted at in the books since the first book. To me they are a great couple and very well matched. I don't really like reading stories with Harry and other characters or Ginny with others. I like Hermione and Ron as Harry's best friends, but I am just not sure they are good together. I can easily see Harry and Ginny getting married early as they have been through so much and are rather more mature than their friends. Ron and Hermione just are not at that point, both are still rather immature. Hermione is a brilliant and very book smart, but she does not have the best people skills and she doesn't know much about relationships. Ron is still rather immature, I think the events at the end of the war would mature him, but I don't think he would mature to the point of wanting to marry right away.
3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Ginny let her temper get the better of her, and said something she shouldn't have to Romilda Vane, who works for Witch Weekly. It's going to be in the news, and now she has to admit it to Harry first - but its not a conversation she's looking forward to. Rated for the implied relationship between the characters, though both are over 18. Takes place 3 years after the DH battle, epilogue disregarded and Fred still alive.
3rd-5th Years • 45 Reviews
Despite their best efforts, the word "wait" is always in the vocabulary of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley. Kicking off after the final battle is done and Voldemort is gone, this is how Harry and Ginny sent "wait" to the wayside. *one-shot*