I grew up in the slums of New York during the Summer of Love in 1969.
I grew up in the sleepy town of Limerick during the Second World War, when money and food were scarce and the Irish, as they are today, were repressed because of their blood and because of their religious beliefs.
I grew up under King Arthur’s shinning emblem in hopes of a better future.
I was Freddie Mercury’s female love. I received all his earnings and seven cats when he died.
I went to High School with Bob Dylan.
I am Black.
I am White.
I am Cherokee.
I am Hungarian.
I am a writer, and I give the truth scope.
What a haunting tale. Frank Sinatra's 'Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry' played in the background while I read this. It's wonderfully written. I am anxiously awaiting your next story.
Author's Response: This is my only story so far. It has multiple chapters and is still, by all means, a work in progress. Thank you for your review! P.S: I like that song.
Yes _our_ Snape does have something Harry' Snape doesn't! I thought this was a great story over all. I will come back often to read more of your work.
Summary: After a long drawn out war, Harry searches the battleground for survivors. Eventually he stumbles over the last person you would have thought he would have hoped to see...
It brought me to tears. You really are a wonderful writer.
Summary: What if there were more to Remus Lupin's bite than a badly timed stroll in the woods? The arrival of a feral invokes secrets of the past and terror for the present...
And what will happen next? I couldn't help but smile when you told us, the readers, about how Lupin's mother and father loved him so. I love they way you let your words flow. I can't wait for the next chapter
This just gets better and better! I love your style, and I can't wait for the next chapter!
This was great! As good as the first chapter. I cannot wait to see what happens next. I love your stile of writing. Don't keep me waiting long, okay?
Summary: Thanks to an ingenious plan of Dumbledore's, Severus Snape and Harry Potter swap bodies. They're doing this to fight Voldemort.
Dumbledore says it's the only way Harry can survive. But can Snape get over the trials and tribulations of being a teenager again, and can Harry battle unruly Potions students and greasy black hair?
In short - will either of them survive?
The latest chapter is shown from Snape's point of view.
I really like this, but the ending is a bet confusing, and a bit choppy or rushed. I can't wait to see what happens next though.
I can't wait to see what will happen next! I love how you let your words flow, and I love how you let me, the reader, stay on the edge of my seat.
Summary: Lupin handles Harry's grieving in the most insightful and mature way he can: by taking him out and getting him utterly plastered. However, as one rather astute young auror notes, drinking and pretending nothing is wrong is NOT dealing with your problems, and Remus Lupin must confront his grieving.
I really liked this chapter. I love the way you write simple and true. I can't wait to see what happens next.
The fluidness of your story was wonderful. I loved the ending, and the peace about it all. I have a feeling that Sirius would have enjoyed Bob Dylan. After all, he not being busy born is busy dying.
You know...I always pictured Sirius like that. This was a very good story and very very descriptive. Will there be more chapters? I hope so.
Yay! I liked this chapter, now lets get that ball rolling!
Author's Response: I'll try!
I really like this spin-off! Very cute =^.^= I'm thinking that later on, Malfoy will break up with Sirius and merry his, Siruis's, Cousin. Am I right? or does Malfoy's wife not apply to this piece?
Author's Response: Narcissa does not come into this story at all. It is completely AU, which is mainly why there is no Lily, Narcissa, and all the guys are gay. But thanks for liking the story!
Well, it was really odd…I’ll give you that. I think you need to work on describing the senses; sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. There also was no plot and that’s what makes a story good. Keep trying and describing and thinking. You’ve got an interesting idea going, just learn how to tame it.
Author's Response: Excuse me but this is not a language assignment. I was extremely bored at the time and decided to write a stupid story. Unfortunately there are those people who wants to become an author and is very serious about these fanfictions. I'll let you know that I am not an idiot. ;) But thank you for reading anyways.
Summary: 1993. The passive-aggressive wife of a Death Eater harangues the passive-aggressive Professor of Defence Against the Dark Arts. Hilarity ensues.
You kept me laughing through all of the letters! Go Lupin! I really enjoyed the comment about Dumbledore and his little glass objects.
Summary: When I was a kid, I loved a TV show called This is Your Life. According to www.museum.tv, “Ralph Edwards... developed the formula for a separate radio program called This is Your Life. It began airing on radio in 1948, and became a live television program in 1952, running on the NBC network until 1961, and reappearing in syndicated versions briefly in the early 1970s and 1980s.”
So, I got to thinking about someone in the wizarding world deciding to do the same concept on the Wizarding Wireless Network. Of course someone would insist on doing an episode with Harry, right?
Note: This is Version 2, with more guests on the show!
An interesting little spin. If you don't mind a little criticism....I found that some parts didn't have a smooth transition, but you do have a good start and your intro is what grabbed me. Good work!
Author's Response: Thanks. This was a story that leaped into my mind, fully formed... but I can see that I will want to go back and flesh things out. For example, I somehow left out Hagrid's story about Harry.
Boy, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, nor the fruitcake from the table...
I loved how you made the parents so similar to their offspring. Very Nice.
I really have been enjoying your story so far, and I can't wait to continue! You are a gifted writer.
Summary: One-shot, post-HBP. On the second anniversary of the final battle, Harry tries to drink away his memories.
You have a way with words! Your story hooked me at the beginning and pulled me through to the end! I loved it.
Summary: "Charlotte-Flower" has been writing to her mysterious ‘quill pal' for over a year, but she really doesn't know him at all. When he suggests that they meet, she has mixed feelings. Would they like each other? Hate one another? But the most important question: Who is he?
hey, cute Idea. I would have loved to see a little more of the in between stuff. Like the warnings Alice gave and how James felt about it all, but all in all, it was a fun and light read.
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'ve only gotten a few reviews for this story, so your feedback is very nice. If you like the in-between fluff, you should check out my other story, \"Life\'s an Hourglass\". There\'s plenty of fluff in one chapter to cover both of my stories!
Hey, good start! I'd like to read more of this.