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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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. ;)
First Potter poem!?! Wow, I would have guessed that you'd have written a few, since this one is BRILLIANT! I love the rhythm that your poem has. The message is super sweet, too. You masterfully captured father-daughter love. --And I'm in love with your penname! It's so bright and cheerful!
Author's Response: Prize to the first reviewer! Thanks so much!
WOOOOWIE! This is an AMAZING one-shot! First of all, the subject is great to start with; I'd have never thought to take that one line of Viktor's and turn it into an emotion-evoking one-shot! You have a beautiful writing style. I was captivated by the time I read the first few sentences: "Still, I feel in my heart that these past months have scarred me irrevocably, made me more of a man and yet less human, stronger mentally against the mind-games we play here, yet hardened and soured in my heart. It is impossible to survive here without a cage around one’s heart. Weakness has no place in Nurmengard." This paragraph is honestly a masterpiece; the way that you expressed how this torture makes one "more of a man and yet less human" is dark and beautiful. AWESOME JOB! : )
WOWIE! I love all of your spoofs, but this one is my favorite! -- and I'm really excited for Hairspray! : )
Author's Response: Thanks! This one was very hard to do, so I\'m glad you liked it.
Aww... this is a beautiful poem! I love this simile: "Dreading truth,/ our eyes meet/ with faces pale as/ the early morning/ sky." It paints a vivid picture for the reader. Early morning light is especially pure and wan, like the faces of those that love Harry. Great job!!! : )
Author's Response: Thank you!! *gives cookie to first reviewer* I\'m really glad you liked that line - and I\'m also really surprised, because I wrote it while having terrible writer\'s block! :) Thanks again for the review.\r\n\r\n~Vivian
YAAAAAY!!! Thanks so much! I needed to tie in my title somehow... I'm so glad you like the poem! I've been changing it around constantly; I did a total overhaul on the last stanza... so I'm overjoyed that you like the results!!! SUPER GRATITUDE! Well, excuse me while I continue to throw myself a first-review party. You're invited! *starts blowing up balloons and whips out crazy amounts of snack food*
I'm in total awe... Your poetry is absolutely amazing. The imagery that you use is brilliant. I love the line about how an egg "weeps into the depths;" the yolk falling into the bowl really does remind me of tears. This poem is a total masterpiece; it's going in my favorites!