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I am 32 and Cheshlin is my twin sister. I work as a Pediatric nurse. I have been writing free form poetry since I was 16 and am now working on stories and poetry here. I have also taken to photography. Check out my pictures at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cwiddy/!!

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Carry On Wayward Son by BeautifulDreamer07

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Harry Potter has just lost the last person who stood between him and Voldemort. Dumbledore respresented everything good and worth living for in Harry's life. With him gone, Harry is more alone than he ever thought he could be. Or so he thinks...

A one-shot loosely based around the chorus of the song Carry on Wayward Son by Kansas. It explores Harry's feelings after the events of HBP. Character death is hinted at.

Disclaimer: JK Rowling owns Harry Potter. Kansas owns Carry On Wayward Son.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 05/31/08 Title: Chapter 1: Carry On Wayward Son

This is a powerfully written story! It shows the power of friendship and the power of loss.

A Sly Serpent's Decree by guiding ray of sunlight

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Ginny Weasley was lost in the past, but how will it effect her future?

A Ballad Challenge Entry, I am Guiding Ray of Sunlight, of Gryffindor House.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 12/10/07 Title: Chapter 1: A Sly Serpent's Decree

All I can say about this poem is WOW. Your word choices and rhythim keep the poem flowing. Your rhyme scheme is great and it really seems to work. You words bring to life this tale and help show Ginny's pain and confusion about this "friend" she found. It is a great summary of her trials!

Author's Response: :D I\'m glad you like it, Chris! Thank you so much for the review!

Rivalries and Secrets by loligo8me

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: ‘Pet snakes, three-headed dogs, rivalries and secrets. This is where it all started, and I was caught in the line of fire... or rather, I was the one who lit the match and caused the blaze. Funny how life can change completely in an instant. This is an account of the end of my life as I once knew it.’

Eighty years after Hogwarts is founded, Gryffindor’s friendship with Slytherin seems on the brink of falling apart. Meanwhile, young Aramis Selby endeavours to discover the Parseltongue’s secrets. What he finds will change Hogwarts for ever. But his interfering may seal his own fate...

‘Two-shot’, slightly angsty, I’d say. Let me know what you think. 3-5yrs,

Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 10/27/07 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1: Aramis Selby

wow, great story and it shows the cross traits that the houses can share. It tells the ending of the peace between Salazar and Gryffindor. Well written and described...and the character of Aramis has a large potential!

Author's Response: Thank you :) It\'s nice to know that

Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 10/27/07 Title: Chapter 2: Chapter 2: The Giant Squid

Wow, very interesting way for the Squid to come into existence...and it explains the gentleness of the creature. well written and very imaginative!

Author's Response: Thanks Cwiddy, what a nice review :)

My Sister Lily by Gonz

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: The story of Petunia and Lily told in a parody of the poem “Annabelle Lee” by Edgar Allen Poe.

This was written for Cwiddy for Secret Badger – February in the Hufflepuff Common Room.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 02/17/07 Title: Chapter 1: One-shot

Absolutely Beautiful!! Thank you soooo much! I love the descriptions you gave of Lily and Petunia! I can so see and feel it all!! Thank you again!!! :)

Author's Response: Oh thanks a bunch, I\'m glad you liked it. It was alot of fun to write this for you!

Unfairness by Cheshlin

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Fred has been going through a rough time. He finds himself pushing Angelina out of his life, but she is determined to keep the man she loves. Why is Fred acting so strange?

This was for the February One-shot Challenge from Cheshlin in Slytherin House
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 02/20/07 Title: Chapter 1: Unfairness

This is the first story that you have written that has made me cry! But I loved how you dealt with this. Guess you have an inside when thinking about how a twin may feel when faced with the death of the other! (At least you know what the bond is like before the loss!). Hope we never suffer that loss, but you dealt with it great!!

Author's Response: Thanks Cwiddy. I\'m glad you thought I handled this correctly! Thanks for the help you\'ve given me in writing this, including being the best Twin I could have wanted. :) Cyns

A Wizard's Take by FenrirG

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: A child muses on magic, Muggles, and everything in between.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 03/09/07 Title: Chapter 1: Poem

Very cute poem!! It is simple, yet profound! Really enjoyed it!

Author's Response: Thank you very much for your review! =) I\'m glad you like it, it was very fun to write.

A reflection of feelings by hermione_at_heart

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Tonks and Remus are spending Valentine's Day together, but they appear to have different hopes of what may happen. Will the day end with happiness? Could Tonks truly understand?

This is a gift for my fabulous fellow 'Puff, Lindsey (Ron x Hermione) as part of the February Secret badger on the forums. Enjoy!
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 03/18/07 Title: Chapter 1: A reflection of feelings

Wow! I love this story! It's a different view then I took on Valentines with these two, but still very believable! 8)

Author's Response: Really? I wasn\'t sure where to go at first so I would be interested to check yours out! :) Thank you very much for reading and reviewing! Phily :)

Belle by wendelin the wierd

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Bellatrix was pretty, Narcissa was pretty and Andromeda never was anything.

Written for S.P.E.W 007
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 05/09/08 Title: Chapter 1: Belle

This describes the Black Sisters very well...and could very well be how Andromeda left. You have done a great job of characterizing these intriging and complicated characters.

Author's Response: Thank you!

Dobby's Afflictions by Cheshlin

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: A sonnet that describes Dobby's point of view at the beginning of Chamber of Secrets.

This is for the Sonnet Challenge in the Poetry Anyone section of the Great Hall by Cheshlin in Slytherin House.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 03/27/07 Title: Chapter 1: Dobby's Affliction

Love what you did with this! Great final version! (you had one other helper! :P) Good luck in the challenge!

Author's Response: I\'m sorry!! You are never totally forgotten! I really do appreciate the help you give me, sis!! LOL Cyns

Dumbledore's Worst Nightmare by Colores

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: What did Dumbledore see when he drank the potion in the cave? How would he have known that his strengths of love and compassion could be manipulated into his curses by the Dark Lord...?

This is for the March one-shot challenge. I am Colores of the Hufflepuff House.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 09/27/07 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Wow, that was a great rendition of what Dumbledore's last moments may have been...where that potion cast his mind. Great descriptions and you described the feelings very well, too.

The End Has Begun by MissWatson2you

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: It's July 30th, the evening before Harry Potter turns seventeen; at the stroke of midnight, the mysterious protection that number four, Privet Drive once provided will cease to exist. The Dursleys are forced to learn that they haven't isolated themselves from the magical world as thouroughly as they had hoped when Severus Snape and Bellatric Lestrange arrive at their door step, looking for Harry.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 10/27/07 Title: Chapter 1: The Beginning of the End

This story is a great alternative to what could have happened the night Harry turned 17. It is a shame that Dudley was killed while his parents survived. Too bad he choose that night to risk sneeking out...it cost him his life. If he really had known the dangers of that night and understood his cousin's enemies better he would have been better prepared...as would his parents have been. By turning away from Harry's world for so long, they brought about this...and if Dudley had been trained to do magic, he may also have been able to protect himself better.

The scenes of Legilmency and Occlumens is realistic as the effects are described by first Petunia, then Snape as Beatrix tries to invade his mind...but the barrier that he has in place through Occlumens shows a bit how each work. A sad ending for Dudley Dursley...this is an interesting view of what may have been in another universe.

A Road Of Broken Dreams by wendelin the wierd

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Andromeda has always had the perfect Christmas. But what happens when Sirius tries to offer her something a bit different?

Written for S.P.E.W 007
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 05/22/07 Title: Chapter 1: A Road Of Broken Dreams

Wow, is all I can say. Love how you show the similiarities between Andromeda and Sirius, yet show how differently they deal with their pain and life. I can totally see things happening like this...and perhaps Andromeda getting strength from Sirius leaving to do what she needs to do...to be happy and to feel untrapped. :)

Author's Response: Ooooh...that is almost EXACTLY the characterisation I was going for but then I spun it a bit to make it Andromeda who is offering the strength to Sirius. Thank you for the great review! I hope you liked the banner!

Unexpected Responsibility by violet eyes

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Sirius Black goes to visit baby Harry Potter for the first time. But does he expect to be named Harry's godfather? *One-Shot*
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 09/07/07 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

I really like your story! It is very believable, and I love how you ended it with "he's got your eyes." It seems to be a running theme in the books, and is very appropriate here!!

Author's Response: Thanks so much! Yeah, the last line was probably one of my favorites to write... I was so proud of myself when I came up with it :p.

Deep in the Department of Mysteries by Cheshlin

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Nymphadora Tonks is sent to the Department of Mysteries to meet someone for her boss, Kingsley Shacklebolt. Unfortunately she isn't given directions as to how to find him. This leads her to wander lost through rooms she had no idea existed.

This was written for the 4th run of the Gauntlet by Cheshlin of Slytherin House.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 08/11/07 Title: Chapter 1: The DOM

Great story! Love the way you brought Declan into the story! Sorry it took me so long to review...thought I'd done that already!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! Hehe, he just keeps showing up. He fit perfectly too. :) Cyns

Mystic Lasanga by social loner

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: James and Lily are married and Lily is acting strange and emotional. More so than usual that is. However, James may have an idea as to what may be causing Lily's strange emotions.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 07/13/08 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Such a cute story...and totally how a new mother-to-be behaves. I love how you have James and Lily's mother already know what is happening...just including them in the first place was awesome! It would have been great to know that they knew they were going to be grandparents, even if they never got to meet Harry...maybe they were his guardian angels since they didn't get to raise him or be with him as he grew. He sure needed some GREAT guardians after everything he went through! This was really well written and well thought out, too! 8)

How to Hold Sway by lucilla_pauie

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: What if Hermione was in Slytherin? Would things have changed?

I don’t think so.

She would be a Slytherin Princess, still as golden, only more cunning and less conventional.

In this story, let her teach you in gaining influence over the very people who crave it.

LucillaJoanna of Hufflepuff is here playing Lachesis for the May One-Shot Challenge...

...And won Second Place!

(Rating only for mild language)
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 11/07/07 Title: Chapter 1: Still as golden

This was a very well written story and I can truly see that things could have worked out this way. I do think she would have had a bit more trouble gaining trust from Harry and Ron by being a Slytherin...and even of the Order of the Phoenix because of being in that house...but it may have brought more Slytherins to the final battle...and changed the course that was lead by Malfoy. Very interesting view and one I like!

Author's Response: Hi Cwiddy! Thank you! Oh about that. You see, I changed her house, but I didn\'t change much else. So we\'ll assume she still helped Harry with the PS because of her nosiness (which stayed on because she still met Harry and Ron in the train first), and so gained their friendship (we\'ll also assume the incident with Fluffy happened as well, because Hermione followed Malfoy when he issued the challenge, hmm, should have put that in, hehe) ... and so gained membership into the Order, too. It\'s a bit complicated, no? Whew! Thank you again. I\'m glad you liked it! ~Joanna

The Blood-Splattered Bathroom by LuckyRatTail

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Written for the Spring Challenge prompt 'What You Wish For'.

Set during The Half-Blood Prince. When Malfoy brews the Optatus Potion successfully, he believes his troubles are over - drink the potion, make a wish, finish the task. Until Potter catches him in the act, and what he wishes for is not what he wanted.

Malfoy sneered. "Do you know what, Potter?" he continued, the force of his fury fuelling his words. "One day, I wish it could just be you against me. No holds barred. No teachers, no rules, no Mudblood friends. No Dumbledore to save your skin. Then we'd see what you're really made of!"

First Place in its category in the Spring Challenge!

Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 10/15/07 Title: Chapter 1: The Blood-Splattered Bathroom

Well written story! You portrayed Draco, Snape, and Harry well! I would wonder that Harry didn't say something about Draco stealing the potion recipe out of his book...although I also know that Harry wouldn't have wanted to bring attention to himself.

This was very imaginative and adds your plotline well into what happened in HBP!

Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 10/15/07 Title: Chapter 1: The Blood-Splattered Bathroom

Well written story! You portrayed Draco, Snape, and Harry well! I would wonder that Harry didn't say something about Draco stealing the potion recipe out of his book...although I also know that Harry wouldn't have wanted to bring attention to himself.

This was very imaginative and adds your plotline well into what happened in HBP!

Author's Response: Thank you very much - yes, I decided that Harry probably wouldn\'t say anything because that would mean someone had to see his book with all the extra notes, and they would know he really wasn\'t that brilliant at potions. I\'m really glad you enjoyed the story, thanks again!

'Neath Starry Skies by laurskii

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: The Final Battle has been won, but was it worth it? An entry by Laurskii of Slytherin House to the June Poetry Challenge: The Rondeau Challenge.
Reviewer: Cwiddy Signed
Date: 07/27/09 Title: Chapter 1: 'Neath Starry Skies

I have to say that this is a very well written poem and though I don't like the fact that here Hermione has died and Ron needs to move on, I think the thoughts here are very true to the characters. I find the contrast here between Ronald, as Hermione would have called Ron and 'Mione as I could very easily see Ron calling Hermione a great and lasting idea showing each of their true personalities.

The rhyming here throughout the poem is well done and very artistic, keeping true to the poetry form which you are writing. I like the ending of the last 2 paragraphs.

I admit that I do find "Tears 'pon his chest, feeling betray'd " a bit awkward, but it gets the point across, but it is broken apart with the consonants pulling the thoughts apart, although you may have tried to do that on purpose, as Ron was being pulled apart by his grief.

I also admit that I'm not sure where jade comes into the story, that thought confuses me a bit, too. I love the flow and the visuals of the rest of the poem and thank you for sharing it with us, your readers.