Ravenclaw. My favorite era is the Marauders. Besides Harry Potter I like Sherlock, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Hannibal, The Beatles (and basically all classic rock), books, and binge-watching tv shows.
OMG this is soooooooooooooo hilarious already and I just started reading it!
It was exellent . I absoluly adore The Beatles. I was listening to the record while i was reading the story. I used my Dads record player.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I adore the Beatles as well! Too bad you didn't leave this review yesterday, or I'd be wearing my Beatles t-shirt!
I still love your story great really. anyway you sould read George's book I Me Mine I got it for Hannukah ( I'm 1/2 Jewish) and it is a really good book not as god as Harry Potter but good. You also might like John's book John Lennon In His Own Write which I also got and that one is plain hilarious.
Author's Response: Hey! It's really nice to hear those things about The Beatles, but could you also tell me more about the story? Don't take me wrong, you can still put in your snippets about The Beatles, but I think Mods could treat your reviews as spam O.O So, what exactly do you like in my story? I will check out on both your recommendations as soon as I find time. Thank you!
Do you like The Beatles? If you do you might know this. In 1967 George Harrison begang to become interested in Hinduism. So in 1968 he dragged the other three off to India for a retreat. He was the only one who stayed for the whole retreat. George never ofically converted to Hinduism but he practiced it for the rest of his life. his request before dying was for him to be cremated and for his ashes to be thrown into the Ganges river in India.
Author's Response: Oh yes, I like The Beatles! Gosh, I never knew that...! Thanks for the info (and my 100th review!!!) Three smileys and a huggle for you! :) :) :) *huggle*
Oh by the way really good story just had to say that stuff about George Harrison. I got so caught up I frogot to tell you what a good story it's turning out to be.
Author's Response: Thank you! *squee!*
You're quite welcome for both reviews
Author's Response: :)
Did you know that George Harrison also knew how to play the sitar(an Indian insturment) and he played it on quite a few of the Beatles songs. To mention a few Norwigen Wood ( ThisBird Has Flown),Inner Light, and Within Without You.
Author's Response: Hmm, I knew that, but thanks, anyway! :)
All is not well.
George uses work and Firewhisky to cope with Fred's death until a drink with a friend leads to something that dulls pain better than alcohol. Emotionally torn by grief, he struggles to allow Alicia into his life...and then comes baby....
*Winner of the 2008 Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Dark/Angsty Story*
This is a truly exellent story! Please write more!
Author's Response: I've written it...it's updating that's the tricky part, LOL. Thank you!
It is exellent story so far I think you sould add to it soon
Author's Response: I have added to it. About two weeks ago, in fact, but Mugglenet is taking their sweet time about validating. Hopefully you won\'t have to wait too muchlonger.
This is an exellent story. I too am Jewish but I am reform. From what my Orthadox Jewish friends tell me this refelts Orthadox Jewish life very well.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you\'re getting the Orthadox feel from my story. It\'s been really hard to do so because I\'m reform too, so I have to look a lot of things up before I write. Still, it\'s worth it if my readers can sense the level of Tzipporah\'s Jewishness, which is what I\'m going for.
I like it! I don't usually read OC based stories, but after reading Killer Instincts years ago and loving it I decided I must read this as well. I can't believe you've killed him! Oh my gosh, this is horrible! But great ;) Please update ASAP because you've definitely left it hanging here and I absolutely can't wait for more!
Author's Response: Hey! I'm so glad you decided to give this a try! I have written like four more chapters already but my Beta seems busy. So once she has time to go through the next chapter I'll submit it!
Barty Crouch Jr. and Regulus Black; two boys with different expectations thrust upon them.
This is the story of how their paths cross, merge and then divide, leading towards two different endings; one tragic, one heroic.
"The Death Eaters, I want to join." I stared at him. His blue eyes were steady, his mouth set. He looked resolute. He had thought this over.
And then I got it. I finally got Sirius.
Nominated for Best Dark/Angsty Story in the 2011 Quicksilver Quills and for Best Marauder Era in 2012. Thank you so much!
I love it! It's so... interesting. They're both so innocent still, and it's quite odd to think of Barty that way. I enjoy the way that you're portraying Regulus and Sirius's relationship, it's an intriguing level that I've never quite seen before. I'm very excited for more as it's an amazing story and you're a wonderful writer.
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and leaving such a wonderful review! I'm glad you find the story interesting and thank you for all the other compliments!
AGH!!! I love it... It's sooo... umm great! You really should consider going back and continuing it because it's an interesting concept and t could probably go very far. You have an excellent sense of style (hehe puns) and your grammar is impeccable which improves any story. Again this is such a great chapter with so much potential to go further. I hope you see the potential that I do and continue, eventually.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! You made my day. :) I'm currently working on the sequel/second chapter, with possible plans for more. So stay tuned! No promises on timing, but I am intrigued by the possibilities here and am encouraged by positive reviews to keep working at it.