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I read well, and I wish my writing were as accomplished as my reading. One day I would very much like to write something rewarding.


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Green by rockinfaerie
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 23]

Summary:

Growth. Beauty. Poison. Envy. Wealth... Read on as a handful of very different people's lives are complicated as they experience at least some aspects of the aforementioned greenery. Sort of accompaniment to "Red" of my Hogwarts Colours Quartet. Will get a revamp sometime soon...

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 11836 Chapters: 5 Completed: No
Published:
01/19/05 Updated: 02/15/05


Reviewer: Rosemary Hoyt Signed
Date: 08/07/07 Title: Chapter 1: A Layer Of Moss Growing On The Brick Wall

This is excellent! Your characterizations are always on point (little Percy is my favorite so far!) and I really like your style. Keep it up!

Author's Response: Thank you!

 

The Art of Weaselling by lucilla_pauie
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 6]

Summary: "No, the Malfoys weaselled their way out of trouble (again) due to the fact that they colluded (albeit out of self-interest) with Harry at the end of the battle." -Jo Rowling

"Wizangamot retiree Algernon MacMillan made the weaselling worth everyone's while though." -The Daily Prophet

"I can't believe you, Great Uncle Algie!" -Neville Longbottom

"Let me give you my take on Lucius Malfoy's trial. I daresay you'll love Algernon MacMillan." -LucillaJoanna of Hufflepuff

~2nd Place in the August One-Shot Challenge: The Trial of Lucius Malfoy

Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 4388 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/19/07 Updated: 08/24/07


Reviewer: Rosemary Hoyt Signed
Date: 08/24/07 Title: Chapter 1: The Subtle Science and Exact Art of Weaselling

Oh, this is wonderful! I loved your characterization of Augusta, Algie, and Enid. I smiled through their whole conversation at the beginning.

And I thought the trial was very well thought out and fit precisely with the little we know about Wizengamot trials. Honestly, this is the best and most realistic "Malfoy's Trial" entry I've read so far.

Awesome job! *loves it*

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Rosie! *hugs* Glad you liked it, and glad I did an \'awesome job\'! But let\'s not count our hippogryffs yet, there are more great entries to come, I\'m sure! ^_^

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