Hi! I am a HUGE fan of the Harry Potter series, but a first-time fic writer for Muggle Net. My other interests (besides HP, of course) are poetry, basketball, science, and reading. I'm a really bubbly and comical (in an awkward way) person, and I'm sure that my personality will be reflected in all my fics.
Please check out these fics of mine:
-Hermione's Books- a poem about the darker side of Hermione's reading obsession...
Little note: My friend Marisa illustrated my poem for me; she created an absolutely AMAZING picture of Hermione which perfectly captured the meaning of my poem. Please visit--http://wishcometrue.deviantart.com/art/Hermione-s-Books-83707490 -- to see the drawing. Marisa is a super talented artist, so please leave her a comment... or you could mention her artwork in a review of Hermione's Books, and I'll inform her of your kind words. Thanks so much!
-I Am Just- A rather dark poem about the human side of the Dark Lord, from the perspective of You Know Who himself. VALIDATION ACHIEVED!
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Wow... This is a really great poem. I love how you described Malfoy's smirk as a masquerade. Masterful!
WOOOOOOOOOOOOW! I realize that this poem was written a while back, but I feel like I NEED to review!!!! I love this poem, not just because I love Shakespeare, but because it's VERY well written. Thou hast an abundance of poet's wit / ne'er have I read a sonnet as lovely as what here is writ!
Author's Response: Thank you! I adore Shakespeare as well, so to be able to write a poem in sort of his style was really fun for me. I\'m ever so glad you liked it! :) ~GG
*making a futile attempt to stop laughing long enough to breathe* This is an amazing humor fic! The way you took such a small detail from the HP series and made it into a hilarious fic is applauded... by me, at least... : )
This is an amazing poem! The imagery that you use is absolutely beautiful. I am so envious of your writing skills! The poem is extremely powerful; I'll now go back to crying over Snape's death again...
(Holy shoo-fly pies!!!) THAT WAS SO FUNNY! Wow, I love all of your fics, and I especially love this. You have such an enormous amount of talent... *glares enviously at the computer screen* : )
Author's Response: HOLY SMOKES! Thank you so much! You would disagree about my \'enormous amount of talent\' if you\'d actually heard me sing these songs. :(
Re-e-e-eally amazing fic! I love your writing style! The way you depicted the tender side of Snape was masterful. I also appreciated how Snape's relationship with Hermione leaned more toward innocent admiration than a frighteningly passionate love epic. Great job!
Hi ickles! I really enjoyed Daybreak. I don't think any other fic writer has mastered Snape's language the way you have. I'm SUPER excited to see what else you write! And... I'm very jealous of your awesome penname.
WOOOWIE! I love this! I'm not that familiar with Les Mis., but I now I really want to find the soundtrack! The songs from Act One with Merope are beautiful, and I love A Heart Full of Love. The Finale is great too. Your brilliance has caused my mind to ASPLODE. *giggles*
Author's Response: JOY JOY JOY!!! I almost never get reviews from this! If you go to youtube, mistyaho has the entire tenth anniverary concert DVD of Les Miserables uploaded... with the FABULOUS Michael Ball, one of my musical theatre idols. Les Mis is one of my absolute favourite shows... I own three different soundtracks of it because I\'m pathetic.
Haha! I love your writing! This is one of the best humor fics I've ever read! Snape is so biting and sarcastic...and I love Flitwick's joke about the red sparks! Thanks so much for sharing your talent. This fic really brightened my day!
Author's Response: Thanks for telling me that; it brightened up MY day :)
Wowie! *tears welling* This fic is so touching; I love it! Just to clear things up though (because I can be a bit thick at times...like now), what exactly is the antecedent of the last "it;" are you referring to Harry's relationship w/ Hermione? Just curious... : )
Author's Response: It wasn’t meant to last. Yep, that\'s right. It\'s also in context to the fact the snowflake wasn\'t going to last. I\'m so glad you liked it! =D Thank you for reviewing!
WOWIE!!! I love this spoof so much! This is my favorite part from act one:
"Merope: Have another drink, you must be tired
Riding up and down along the town
So have yourself another glass of water
Tom Sr: Suddenly you look a whole lot hotter…"
I burst out laughing when I read that! I can't even say how great this is; if I were a wizard, I would use my magic to conjure up a review that actually captures the indescribable awesomeness of your writing. : )
Author's Response: Awww, thank you so much! Though it is kind of a pity that you liked the first song best... you must have had to lower your expectations for the rest of the fic.
Wowie! (my trademark interjection) This poem is impressive. This is my favorite part: "The second chose the cool green den,/ the cut grew even deeper then." The metaphors are executed masterfully and your meaning is clear. I really do hope to see some more of your writing! : )
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your kind words, I really appreciate that. And I\'m posting a new story here. You might want to have a look... ;p
This poem is BEAUTIFUL. First of all, I love the title. It conjures up images of fire that make me think of Lily and, of course, her "flaming red hair." You have succeeded in portraying a desperate, loving, passionate Snape, which should be praised. Additionally, this poem has helped me realize that I'm way too much of an HP fan... because it made me cry. Seriously.
Author's Response: So, I accidentally reviewed my own poem instead of responding. Thank you for the nice review!
Narcissa Malfoy was innocently singing her young son to sleep when an unexpected guest knocks upon Malfoy Manor door. A traumatizing event lead by this intruder will lead her to question her present and future alliances and discover what’s more important to her, her life—or her son’s? Based on a character study drabble I wrote.
Great fic! I never saw Narcissa before as a caring mother, but your writing helped me to notice her tender side. I also thought that the way you described how Narcissa put all of her hope for a better world in Harry was beautiful. Nice work! : )
Author's Response: Thank you!! While Narcissa isn't one of my top favortie characters, I've always thought she has never gotten all the credit she deserves
Wow, this is a beautiful story. I love the description of the flowers in Lavender's hair at the beginning of the story. I also really like how you brought Pansy's relationhip with Draco and Lavender's with Ron into the story. Your take on Pansy is interesting too; I never would have thought that she valued friendship so much. Nice job!
Author's Response: Thanks for the lovely review! ;D I wasn\'t entirely sure if the way I wrote the girls would work out, so I\'m glad you liked it!
I like this a lot... It's a very powerful and encouraging battle cry. Oh... and the French title was a very nice touch... : )
Author's Response: thanks, that title took a while to come.
*tears welling up in eyes* This poem is really touching... I like the fact that Harry is waiting to meet death with dignity and strength... aww, here come the tears again... *sniffle...*
WOWIE!!! I adore this poem; it's very powerful. These are my two favorite lines: "For without inevitable death,/Cherishable life would not exist." This poem is an absolute treasure.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review! My partner wrote the two lines you mentioned, though I am glad that you enjoyed the poem.
Nice job! I really enjoyed this poem. I thought the way you referred to the Marauders as "Stag," "Hound," "Rat," and "Wolf" was very cool. Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thanks! I was trying to portray the Maurauders without actually calling them by name. This was a bit different then most my poems...but I liked the result!
R.I.P. Fred Weasley
aww... This is a great poem. I love that it's sad, but the mood picks up at the end, uplifting the reader. Very nice.
Author's Response: I had to make the end happy. It's a poem about Fred after all. ;)