I'm orginally from New Jersey,USA and currently live in Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm 47yrs old, born on December 23rd.
I enjoy writing and art. I enjoy volunteering and walking.
I've been a fan of the Harry Potter series and the movies for the past 7 years.
Summary: Was it possible to save two lives in the past without altering history? Was it possible to give his parents a future twenty years after they had supposedly died? Teddy Lupin thought so...
Awwww! How sweet! A lovely chapter..I just wonder how Teddy is going to keep his parents a secret...Nicely written..Very sentimental and sad...I just hope this won't get Teddy into trouble. We'll see what happens.
Fascinating conversation with the Lupins and their son. I'm trying to remember the last chapters of The Deathly Hallows, where Harry was in the Forbidden Forest...I remember his parents being with him and Sirius, supporting him....Whether Remus was there, I don't know. I don't think Harry had reached Hogwarts yet...Or had he?
Anyway, great story, very intriguing.
Another great chapter! After the initial shock and bewilderment, it seems Teddy and his parents are atarting to get alog, like a normal family.
Still an intreresting read!
Wow! What a shame! At first, I could not place Penny Weasley, until Percy's name came up. Then I remember, Penelope Clearwater.
So sad that she died the way she did. Poor Teddy...Great story!
Well, this will be something if Tonks and Remus go out in public. Nice chapter
I think Teddy should tell Harry Potter about the whole affair
Well I thoroughly enjoyed reading this entire story so far. You did an excellant job with it and I look forward to more intrigue from the Lupins...
Best of luck with the next chapter!
In fifth year, Sirius along with James and Peter managed the difficult Animagus transformation. In fifth year, Sirius played the ‘werewolf prank’ on Snape. One was an act of loyalty, brotherhood, and friendship; the other an act of betrayal, vengeance, and recklessness. This story spanning the Marauders' fifth year will deal with both these incidents, as well as Sirius’s increasing rejection of everything having to do with ‘The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black”.
I did enjoy this story and I think it's great to read about the life of young sirius Black and how he fought against his parents rules.
Add to the fact that the Most Noble House of Black is made of of Slytherns, makes Sirius' behavior all the more belligerent.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I\'ve always wanted to know more about Sirius\'s homelife, but since the books didn\'t go into it that much - I decided to do my own take!
Excellent chapter! It seems that Sirus' folks play favorites, preferring Regulus to their eldest. That is totally wring and of course, Sirius feels it. That is why he is rebelling.
Another great chapter, congratulations Lioness!
Author's Response: I\'m happy to hear you enjoyed this as well! Sorry for taking forever with the updates. There will definetly be lots of exploring of Sirius\'s rebellion in this story.
Summary: Sadie Murray is your typical American girl, stuck in the middle of her family. Sadie has an older sister who is popular, talented at everything she does, and lavishes in the respect she garners. Sadie's younger sister is pretty, adorable, cute, and uses these characteristics to cover up the fact that she's a nasty little brat. But Sadie's luck just might change when she receives a letter saying she has been accepted to The Salem Institute of Magical Learning.
You know, this sort of thing happens in real life too. Parents will show favoritism to one child and ignore the other.
They will say, 'Why can't you be like your sibling?' and other nasty this to belittle the kid.
I feel sorry for Sadie, but she seems to get by on her own. It seems like her mother does'nt even care enough to really understand her 2nd child. And her sisters are not helping matters either.
I think Mrs Yates is a witch, myself.
She may play a role in Sadie's life, it seems...
Thanks for this wonderful story, I can't wait to see what happens next.
Author's Response: Oh don't I know it. Favouritism is never good, never good. Thank you for reading and the review. I'm hoping you'll be quite enthused in the future. :]
Whoo boy! Rough family life Sadie has. Both of her sisters are pains in the neck.
Her mom is indeed a perfectionist. At least her father is sympathetic towards her.
Nice chapter, great story. Sad though, with regards to Sadie. At least she has her journal to keep her company.
Author's Response: So obnoxious, so obnoxious. But Sadie's learned how to deal. Maybe things may start looking up soon, if Sadie's lucky.
Wow! This reminds me of when Aunt Marge came to visit the Dursleys' and she was making vile comments about Harry and Harry's dad. Of course we all know what happened to dear Aunt Marge, don't we?
Great story! I had to chuckle at the incident in the restroom, with Diane's hair. Sadie sounds like a female Harry to me....Cool!
Author's Response: For inspiration, I Googled "Hair Monster." I got some pretty... enlightening results. :P
Whoa! I'm glad Sadie met some folks who seem to enjoy her comapny...Oh sorry, great chapter! I do love this story, and like I said, I'm glad Sadie found some friends who now seem to understand her.
And of course, no one from her family even misses her...Filthy turds!!
Anyway, great story! Love the remark, by Kelsey, 'Why do all of the houses have ears?' Awesome!!
It does seem like the houses have ears with those satellite dishes all over them...It's like that where I live, you either have to have cable or a satellite dish.
I have cable, myself...;0)
Author's Response: Cable rocks! I don't need no ears on my house! This is an earless domicile, thank yah much! Hahah, thanks for reading, and for all the reviews as well.
This will be fun for Sadie! I am just so happy for her! And her parents are in a knot about all this magic stuff.
Great story! I just love it! An American Harry Potter tale, with a female Harry!
Author's Response: Everyone knows girls are cooler than boys anyway. :P Thank you, thank you for reading, as always.
Summary: It is the Summer between The Goblet of Fire and The Order of the Phoenix. Severus Snape has been Summoned by Voldemort: and recalled to the Order of the Phoenix.
Neither side trusts him completely -- yet.
very interesting and fascinating story. Something different, a story concerning Snape's demons and the other professers and the Healer trying to cure him.
I look forward to the next chapter!
Summary: A quiet evening is about to turn considerably less so, as Severus Snape has a visitor he could not pretend to have not expected, and would never admit to have dreaded...
It took me a long while to read this chapter, and I must say, you did a fine job with it and the story as well.
It was fascinating to read a story told from Snape's point of view, and how he fought with himself over what he had to do with Harry to destroy the Horcrux.
He is human after all, and he did care about bringing Harry back from his deep sleep.
And when he awoke, it was a a nice touch that they shared a drink of Firewhiskey together. As if they we're buddies, which they're not.
Thanks so much for this story!
Author's Response: Thank YOU for reading and reviewing!
Happy to see the POV liked. VERY happy to see the little Firewhiskey scene (which was originally a very randomly generated bunny, courtesy of my beta) appreciated.
Very nice story, told from Snape's point of view...The scene between Snape and Harry was very tense, as it usually is between those two.
And Snape's undying love for Harry's mom is very much in evidence as he spoke to Harry, looking into his green eyes as he fought off the urge to not look into them, and weeping over a picture of Lily...
Forgive me for making this comment, but there's an old song by the Who called 'Pictures of Lily'...Just a thought...
Author's Response: Thank you for the review!
As for song associations, in my mind Severus would usually associate with several songs by Within Temptation (actually, the original video that inspired this piece, was based on their son See Who I Am).
Incidentally, the picture featured in this story is the same one that was retrieved from Grimmauld Place.
Summary: Non-compliant with both HBP and DH. An annoying event causes Hermione to choose to spend the Christmas break in seventh year away from her best friends, but Dumbledore feels she needs someone to watch over her. How will Hermione react to the appearance of the Potions master on her doorstep -- and how will they interact when cooped up alone together for days on end2006 SS/HG Winter Exchange on Live Journal, for the prompt: A weekend alone for Hermione in the Granger?s residence. Suddenly the Potions master turns up on her door step. For whom the bell rings, it rings for you.
Oh my God! I dd'nt think Snape had it in him!! ;0) That was very well written! Although I could'nt believe that this is mean ol' Professer Snape we're talking about here!
I'm sure Hermione enjoyed every minute of it...Good for her! ;0)
Oh yeah, I've included Severus on my Christmas list to Santa too. lol
Can't wait to read the last chapter!
Snape is the altimite Scrooge! I have expected him to spit out 'Bah Humbug' to Dumbledor as he was leaving.
Excellent story, scintillating and I'm sure full of fireworks to come!
Excellent chapter! Seems like poor Hermione has been through the wringer1
Can't wait for the next 'episode'
Wondrful! Snape in a Muggle home is a trip! Hermione is a very gracious host.
Nice to see him enjoying, if somewhat reluctantly, the customs of a Muggle Christmas.