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I am a thirteen year-old who is obsessed with Harry Potter. I travelled to London from my Canadian Artic home in hopes of seeing J.K., which was silly, but was my sole reason for travelling. I went with my dad, and we met his parents. (They are the type of Catholics who would burn witches, ironiclly, and told me HP was sin, and that I would burn in hell for all of eternity because I'm bi. Isn't that nice?)
I don't have a whole lot of friends in my home town, because I am the one of the oldest kids in my town. I am often snowed in, so I read a lot. Which is probably why I am obsessed with Potter.
Please tell me if I make a mistake, tell me, rare for me to get angry, I'll always apreciate it. Just don't tell me a story I've written is 'cheesy' and leave the reason for 'cheesiness' unspecified.
Construstive critisim is CONSTRUCTIVE people!
Um... I like bagels and geckos. I've played hockey for ten years, five as a goalie, in my fifth as a defensemen... I'm in grade nine english, and the rest of my classes are in grade eight (where I'm supposed to be.).
Thst just about sums me up... Ooh! I'm getting my braces off in three months! (But I have to go to Good Hope to get it done.)
Summary: Harry is struggling to come to terms with the events of his fifth year. Can he learn to depend on those he considers family and become what he needs to be in order to survive?
How could you let Remus do that?! I don't give a damn about Wormtail, slimy fink he is, but now, Remus is going to be all messed up in the head! All he'll be able to think about is "Little Peter" and how he lit the guy on fire!!! Tonks better help him through in the next chapter!
Summary: Have you ever had that perfect pair of shoes, that you seem to live in? Harry Potter once had a pair like that. Sure, they were old and falling apart, but, as odd as it may seem, Harry did love those shoes. But, did they love him?
That is an amazing story (especially considering it's written from the point of view of some shoes!)!
Summary: The comedy of how Remus and Sirius got together in their fourth year.
Wow. What I way to come outta the closet. I might use that in real life...
Summary: “Sirius, how many times do I have to tell you that you can’t sing ‘Rocky Raccoon’ at the wedding?” Remus said in exasperation. Really, it was no wonder it had been so difficult for James and Lily to agree to let Sirius do something besides his speech.
Aw, that's beautiful. That's the best Same-Sex Pairing I've read yet! Good Job!
Summary: Lily's revelation for her true feelings towards James.
Aw, how cute! I really like this poem!
Summary: 2007 QSQ Awards Runner-up for Best Post-Hogwarts
Petunia Dursley is enjoying dinner with her family when someone starts pounding on the door. Ready to tell them off for being so rude and refusing to leave when they didn't answer at first, Petunia opens the door to have a baby shoved into her arms and told she is his only family. Years after the great Harry Potter defeated Voldemort, Death Eaters have risen to power and taken over Hogsmeade, Hogwarts, and even the Ministry of Magic. Their marriages announced invalid, their children in danger and their lives hanging by a thread, the heroes of the war with Voldemort must once again take a stand against evil.
H/G and R/Hr
*Quote from The Epilogue*
Suddenly Harry was kissing her as if he couldn’t resist the temptation. There was a kind of frenzy to the kiss at first, a kind of desperate need, but it melted into something soft and sweet and gentle, a promise of a future when kisses would never be limited. When they broke apart he rested his forehead on hers, sprinkling a few affectionate butterfly kisses across her face. “I love you,” he murmured.
So Harry isn't really dead then?
Author's Response: Nope!
KEEP WRITING! I love your characters, and Harry's reaction to Ginny beating up Malfoy was perfect!
Author's Response: I will! :) Thanks for the review!
Oh my gosh, I hate you for ending chapters with such crazy cliffys!!! Everytime my internet can't load fast enough
Author's Response: I do have an awful obsession with cliffhangers, I\'m afraid.
I thought it was Harry. The whole "Baby sister" comments made me very confused, but now they make tons of sense. Poor Ron! Nothing, as I know too well, is worse than not knowing. I'd rather know a person was dead than wonder, because if you know eventually the pain will fade. If you wonder, your mind will perculate your worry, and it'll get worse and worse. Wondering sucks. Poor Ron. Harry is probably not having more fun. I agree with Ron, their probably torturing him sensless. He won't have time to wonder.
Author's Response: Wondering is the worst, you\'re right. Sorry about that beginning -- I have a tendency to start off scenes with an intentionally not obviousness POV. . . . Thanks for the review!
OH MY GOD!!! That's brutal! How can they do that to Ginny!
Author's Response: It is pretty terrible, I didn\'t particularly like writing it, I\'ll admit. . . .
Okay, I am really confused. Ginny thinks Harry, James, Ron and Hermione are dead, Ron thinks Harry is dead, Hermione thinks the same thing as Ron, and Harry knows squat?
Author's Response: That sounds about right. . . . ;)
That was soo trippy.
Author's Response: :)
Summary: "All is well" endings don't always happen.
And when you're afraid, sometimes all you can do is jump.
Harry would never do that. He had seen so many die, felt all that greif, he couldn't take his own life to avoid facing Voldemort. Even before DH, in HBP the chapter entitled "Horcruxes", he admits that he wants to kill Voldemort, to stop him from killing anyone else. The only way I can see Harry doing that is if the only way for him to remove the Horcrux-ness from him is to die, but even then, he would have made sure Voldemort had no strings to keep him tied down, so he could be defeated by someone without Fate behind them.
Author's Response: I know that Harry would most likely have never done that, but I had him do it for the sake of the poem. You seem to be very ranty on this subject, so I\'m going to quit here. *backs away*
Summary: Nine year-old Harry Potter is sure that normal is just not enough. In fact, with the odd happenings that always seem to occur when he's around and his dead parents, he's convinced that there's no other explanation - he's a superhero. But when Harry runs away from home it may take more than superpowers to bring him back.
I dunno if I've reviewed this before, but my-oh-my. That "Little Harry" Is freaking adorable! I love it!
aw, Harry's got himself a girlfriend! Not really, I know... but how cute! This is exactly what I imagined nine-year-old Harry to be like. Splendid Job!