Hey my darling people who acutally decided to read this. My names Remi, Im 14 and a hopeless romantic (even though my life has nothing romantic about it) Im mainly hear to reveiw on the amazing storys MNFF has to offer.
I enjoy Lily/James storys the most and I Adore Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione a whole lot. Ocationally Ill be bored and read a humour fic but I WILL NEVER READ ANYHTING NOT CANNON. Like those wacky Harry/Hermione shippers theyre nuts. Other than that I've been wokring on stories just havent gotten around to giving them to a beta or typing them up on my computer. Other than that there still just little ramblings in a note book under my pillow penned in blue color pencil =)
Summary: I hadn't seen him since I was eleven, but he had a rather distinct look about him. It was hard, after all, to forget that black hair that stuck up in the back and the bright green eyes behind those glasses. And the scar — I had always thought it neat to have a scar shaped like a lightening bolt.
Jane Martin sees the odd, quiet boy she went to primary school with years ago in a jewellery shop and she's shocked to see how much things have changed for the boy with taped glasses and baggy clothes. *one-shot*
that was likeee sooo adorable, thers to little tears on my face and its just likee the most perfectest thing i've ever read!!
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! It is a pretty adorable story ;) Thanks for the review!
Summary: “…and all the men and women merely players”
--William Shakespeare, As You Like It, 1600
When Professor Viola Cassio arrives at Hogwarts, she is dismayed by the lack of Muggle culture her students exhibit. She intends to make some changes - starting with the introduction of Shakespeare to her students. And organising a Drama Club seems like the perfect way to begin.
Compelled into joining by her friends, bookish Rose Weasley finds herself unwittingly sucked into Professor Cassio’s reproduction of Romeo and Juliet… as the leading lady. Unfortunately, it seems that none other than Scorpius Malfoy has been assigned the role of Romeo. But as personalities clash and sparks fly, Rose finds it increasingly difficult to distinguish where rehearsal ends and real life begins.
To top off the whole fiasco, someone is after the Drama Club’s closure, and will seemingly stop at nothing to get it…
oh my god ROMEO AND JULIET!! That play was likee the best thing i ever read last year in english! I adored it every day we'd act out what we were reading and my enlgish teacher he was soo funny with the meaning of everything shakespeare wrote! God i'd never forget it. i like this story, so im gonna be keeping an ey eout for it, you did so well, but it was totally too short!!
Author's Response: Huzzah for Romeo and Juliet! We got to watch the Baz Luhrmann movie and it was awesome. Anyway, thanks for your review, and sorry that there wasn't enough of it! ;-)
Summary: "My marriage is falling apart for no apparent reason," she declares.
Ginny Potter loves her husband, loves her children, and loves her life. At least, she used to. But things are changing, and she's not sure why. *one-shot*
That was soo cute, and I like this a lot you should definaly go with those feels more often!!
Author's Response: Haha, thanks! I'll try :)
Summary: He knows he shouldn't say it, but there's still a part of him that remembers being fifteen, that remembers thinking it impossible to get Lily Evans to give him a chance, and it's never really been put to rest. "Don't stop loving me," he whispers. "Please, Lily. Don't ever."
He thought the war couldn't become any more unbearable. But, somehow, it does. It probably has something to do with his wife driving off in the middle of the night. (Companion to "You Told Me Once, Dear.")
That was soo brilliantly written I just adore the struggle James is going to it makes him feel so real to me and I have this nice little movie going on in my head thanks to your beautiful writing!
Author's Response: Thanks very much! I'm glad you liked it and could picture it :)
Summary: The seven men who loved Hermione Granger.
Aww this is soo cute! I would love to see this as a Molly and Authur Weasley one though just cause I figure you would make it soo good!
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you liked it! I'll definitely do others, although at this point I have no idea who I'll do!
Summary: The seven men who loved Ginny Weasley.
Aw that was so cute!! I really love these little character things it's making into a great series!
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you're enjoying my little "series" ;) The next one is in the queue!
Summary: The seven women who loved Harry Potter.
That was really sweet the whole part with Lily his daughter, I love how great a father you portray him to be!
Author's Response: Thanks! I really liked writing the scene with Lily and I definitely imagine Harry to be a great father, so I'm glad you liked that!
Summary: The seven women who loved Remus Lupin.
Aw so beautiful made me tear up soo bad, I love how you portray Remus exactly how I think of him in my mind. My favorite though had to be the Hetty Bayliss one, in my opinion it was the most sweetest how Remus changed her life, alsmost saved her it was so sweet. I adore these character studies sooo much! Who's gonna be next?
Author's Response: Thanks! This is definitely a tearier "character study," imo. I'm glad you liked it and enjoyed the Hetty Bayliss part. I was afraid people wouldn't like that part as I took a random name from the books and completely invented her, so it's good to know that you got the point of it and like it :) And as for whose next . . . I'm choosing between two people. Hopefully you'll see soon enough!
Summary: The seven women who loved Ron Weasley.
This was really beautiful, my favorite was Molly's though. It was so cute the little finger holding was just so adorable that it's exactly how I would think Molly would handle that situation. I can't wait for another seven people!
Author's Response: Thank you! I was nervous about doing justice to Molly, the mother of all mothers, so I'm glad you liked that part :)