I like mismatched knee socks and rain. I hate long car rides and cheese. I love my friends and currently have a splitting headache.
My favourite genres are Marauder Era and TNG; my favourite ships are D/Hr or D/Ginny, because they are so farfetched. I also LOVELOVELOVE James/Lily, but I only ever read fanfics that are at least 3 chapters long, or over 4000 words.
Feel free to let me know if you come across a good one!
Summary: James and Lily spend their summers together producing plays, though neither are happy about the presence of the other. With James, as the set designer, and Lily, as the actress, tensions run high.
This is one of my fave stories! Just promise to update, mmmkay?
Now, dearie, I love this story. I have been a great fan of it, and have waited months for an update. The writing is exquisite, the plot is tremendously enjoyable - and I am not one to comment on stories unless I enjoy them tremendously. So where is the update?
I love the premise of the story, and I love the way it's unfolding, but you can't leave us hanging like that, honey. Please update? For me?
Winner of the 2008 Quick Silver Quills Award for Best General Story.
The first book in the Alexandra Quick series.
The war against Voldemort never reached America, but all is not well there. When 11-year-old Alexandra Quick learns she is a witch, she is plunged into a world of prejudices, intrigue, and danger. Who wants Alexandra dead, and why?
This story is canon-compliant with the Harry Potter universe, but the characters and settings are all original. I've put a lot of work into envisioning a world as detailed as the original series; I hope you enjoy it.
I love this story, I can't wait to hear what happens next.
I love your other story, too, and whenever I check my inbox for updates, they're the two I'm always hoping to get - and I usually do!
Quite a few of the stories I read fall apart after the first few chapters, but this one was a real cliffie, and I'm glad that you didn't abandon it like some authors.
At first when I read the description of the story, I thought that I would lose interest quickly. But I soon became (crazily enough) an avid Alex/David shipper.
Can I speculate on what I think may happen next? I'm only putting this down in a review so I can check in later, and hope that I was right... or at least see how ludicrous my assumptions were!
I think that the Governor-General will find out about the letter, and Alex will get in trouble.
I think that the locket will resurface and it will be a means for Alex to communicate with her father.
I think someone else will try to kill her.
Tell me if I guess right, okay? Actually, don't tell me. I love the surprises... especially the ones your stories hold!
Author's Response: Well, you'll get at least one answer in the next book. ;) Thanks for the review, and I am glad you enjoyed the story!
Seventh grader Alexandra Quick returns to Charmbridge Academy. This year she faces bullies from another wizarding school, a secret Dark Arts club, and the machinations of her father, but her greatest trial yet awaits her in the dangerous Lands Below.
This is the second book in the Alexandra Quick series.
You, my dear Inverarity, are a genius. I wait and check my email every day for an update on Alexandra. I have no idea if I'm your only reader, but even if I am, can you promise to keep writing about Alexandra and her father? The stories fascinate me, and I always am looking forward to more!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. I do plan to keep writing about Alexandra and her father. Book Three is in progress now.