Summary: James gives Lily a letter on the last day of sixth year:
I’m going to be perfectly honest with you—I’m not that good with feelings. I usually just ask Remus; he’s pretty good with that sort of thing. But I can’t ask Remus to write this letter for me, so you’re just going to have to bear with me while I set the record straight before the school year ends and I forget how to describe my feelings about things between us. [2000 reads! thanks guys!]
awww... that was sooo cute. I think it describes it pretty accurately.
anyway, good job!
Author's Response: Aw thanks! I\'m glad you liked it, and thanks for reviewing!
Summary: Ron and Hermione have feelings for each other, and they both know it, but neither will admit it. As Harry tries his best to simply ignore them, Ron and Hermione try their best to make the other jealous. Harry tries to put up with it, but sometimes you can't ignore these things...
this is very funny and a very real representation of what Harry must have felt like during book six. good job!
Author's Response: Thank you! Well when i read the book i did realise Harry didn\'t express much of an opinion on it, so i did kind of wonder what he must\'ve felt like. Thanks for your comment! =]
Summary: It is the year 1863, the year one of the bloodiest battles in the Civil War was fought. Private Weasley sees himself standing on the threshold of glory, holding onto the promise of victory when he can return home and marry his beloved Miss Granger.
Oh, that was beautiful. It was a different take that was well written. I wonder what happens to Harry, though. Great Job!
Author's Response: You know, I never considered what happened to Harry. I don\'t think he would have let his best mate die though, so he was probably killed as well, either before or after. But that\'t just my take, if you want Harry to live, by all means, continue to believe so! Thanks for the review!