I read, garden, knit and study engineering.
I don't read or write fanfic so much anymore, but I reappear periodically to check up on old friends.
Awww! (I know you get this one a lot, but I couldn't help it)
What can I possibly do to compel you to write more Harry/Luna?
I can write you a poem. Do you like poems?
It can be about anything you want.
And I mean -anything- , if you want a thriller told from the point of a brasilian four-eyes (amphibian, not near-sighted person) - just say the word and I'll do it.
I also draw, though drawing doesn't come quite as effortlessly as poems do,
just for you.. just this this once - I'll set out, I'll persevere and I'll surmount.
Name your price, I'll be waiting =)
(no, I'm not about to start stalking you or anything, I just like to give credit when it's due and H/L is my OTP)
Why oh why do I feel like crying?
I guess we all think of the loves we lost, the friends we no longer keep in toch with, the way we were as children or in our youth.
It's an amazing story, it really is - it should have won a contest of some sort or garnered applause from an enormous audience - I mean it.
It's quite a lot easier to cause your reader to laugh themselves silly or swoon in endearment, but to make them remember strange dreams from decades ago and people who will never be who they once were - as you did to me, is and entirely different can of worms.
Most writers are quick to describe Andromeda's animosity towards her sisters, but indeed, there could have been a part of her that simply remembered the way the were as kids, good or bad or neutral - as children tend to be, because no one really ever forgets their childhood.
You know, I really like it! It's descriptive and.. endearing. And I'm a sucker for both details and cute things (namely, kiddies).
I will read on and I hope you finish the series sooner or later.
(that is, if you haven't yet)
You aren't being lied to - indeed, you're a very talented writer. Whether or not you're brasilian (brasilian people rule, brasilian female engineers rule even more) your grasp of english is incredible - save for a few grammatical slip-ups, but I'd love to help you with those. I volunteer to be your beta for the upcoming chapters as well as correcting the few missteps in completed chapters - if you so deem beneficial.
I can't wait for new chapters of your fic!
It's been wonderful so far, thank you!
"could not bare to explore."
(to bare make naked, to bear carry, withstand)
Author's Response: Thank you for pointing that out! All fixed up. I\'m really glad yoy like it!
I was laughing so hard people were looking at me funny (I'm at school).
I want more!
Great story! You made me seriously loathe Ron Weasley just now.
And that's saying something - in the books, he's just a couple of good deeds' short of a Mary Sue and you quite belieavably pointed out how he, without acting OOC at all, could have hurt and belittled one of my favorite characters into tears and dejection.
that is so sweet.. very colorable too!
Anyone to posess the cruelty, the hubris and the cowardice of Draco Malfoy and renounce it all earnestly and remorsefully years later is a sight to behold. One becoming sensitive and sweet to boot is a sight to behold even moreso.
Keep at it?
Well, are you good or what?
See that over there? There goes my sceptism.
Who'd have thunk? Oh, right - you and poultrygeist did.
"--not because he was so deadly, but because he was saving that deadliness for a special occasion."
oh, you are very clever, miss.
Author's Response: *bows* I try.
aww that's so weird, sad and awful.. I'd feel that way too if I dreamt something like that.
Which means.. kudos to you! you're getting me to sympathise.
also kudos to you for using the word "screwy".
Author's Response: *snerk* Glad you\'re enjoying it!
"equine proportions" that's.. awful.. not *snort* *choke* *giggle* ..funny.
Author's Response: I hear ya.
awww this is so cute..
I'm afraid I'll have to succumb to LJ - though I had never before - in order to read your full story.
I like it.
Author's Response: You won\'t be sorry. There\'s some additional chapters earlier on, too, that you\'ll get to see.
I am absolutely in love with this poem,
I write poetry too (I write far too much of it, actually), but I can sleep and dream that it would be even a smidgen as good as yours.
This poem deserves every honor it's ever been given and my pity goes to the honor givers, who hadn't the luck to know it exists.
Author's Response: Thank you very much for those kind words and that wonderful review :-)
this chapter is sad in a way..
but I'm really glad that Sirius is back and safe and every moment our newly minted couple walks trading one-liners is simply priceless.
Keep us posted? Please..?
And don't take my nitpicking the wrong way - I think you're a great writer and I don't want your gems to be tarnished by something as silly as erroneous grammar and spelling.
Author's Response: haha aw, no really thank you so much! i really really appreciated it! and i\'m so glad that you like the one-liners. those are definitely the most fun to write :D once again, thanks for being an active reader!
You could indeed being preparations,
Good story, ma'am =)
Author's Response: oops, got it! and thank you :D
("quitted" is incorrect)
Author's Response: fixed!
Professor Sinistra teaches astronomy, ancient runes are taught by someone else.
Author's Response: also fixed! lol...i totally knew that, i swear. my bad xD
"rugged and dangerous"
You're funny, ma'am.
Author's Response: Thanks! I try :B