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Hey! I've decided to make my new Bio...Auto...AutoBio...a bit more structured and less strange. So, here goes. I stole the form from a random author's page that I clicked on.

Name: Charlotte, or Jewell, or...ChaCha (not really).

Favorite Band(s), Singer(s), and/or Songs: Well, I like pretty much any music, except for freaky things like hip-hop and screamo. My favorites, though, are Broadway soundtracks and suchlike. Bwahaha!

Favorite Movies: Erm...I don't know. Depends on my mood. Sometimes I like watching really bad movies. *shrugs*

Favorite Color: Turquoise, gold, and white. Together.

Favorite Books (aside from HP, of course): Well, I love some of the classics (JANE EYRE!!) and some random bits of somewhat well-written chick lit, some strange thoughtful stuff, some mysteries....pretty much anything, except for nonfiction. Ugh.

Things That Tick Me Off: My parents, because I'm a teenager and that just goes without saying; inappropriate, derogatory hip-hop (which is most of it); when people stare if I tell them I don't believe that Jesus is my savior; spelling mistakes; my teacher telling me that I'm not allowed to start a sentence with "and" or "but" until I'm published. Thank you. That is all, sort of.

**Harry Potter Questions**

Favorite Characters: BELLA! Yay! And Dumbledore, Ginny, Hermione, Ron, Hannah Abbott, and Rita Skeeter. Because she's freakishly weird.

Least Favorite Characters: Harry, interestingly enough. Also, Umbridge because she's evil and depresses me when I read OotP, random pointless Death Eaters...I don't know who else.

OTP/Other Ships: OTP is Hannah/Neville...AND I SHIPPED IT BEFORE JO SAID IT WAS TRUE! SO HA! Sorry. *clears throat* I used to like Harry/Ginny, but not so much anymore. I like Dumbledore/Grindelwald, and Ron/Hermione.

Favorite Book: Phoenix and Prince.

Least Favorite Book: HALLOWS HALLOWS HALLOWS HALLOWS. I'm sorry, but I really don't know what happened to lovely Jo. I think it was those people filming her all the time...I couldn't write like that!

Favorite Movie: Phoenix! Yay! Even though they messed up Sirius' death.

Least Favorite Movie: Goblet. Because it was just...weird.

Favorite Quote: "And now Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure." ~Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore!

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Moonbeams by Ennalee

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: She never was alive before, she thinks, trapped in the fading remnants of words, half-forgotten in the morning of an already fallen world. With a single touch he teaches her of colors, and life seems fresh and new in a vibrant world that is still young perhaps things are not fading as fast as she had thought. Rowena/Salazar.
Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 05/29/08 Title: Chapter 1: Moonbeams

This is an incredibly, amazingly beautiful story. I can feel, smell, see, and taste everything that you describe. You are an amazing, talented writer...absolutely the best I've seen on MNFF. This story is beautiful, lyrical, descriptive, poetic, and...pretty much all I could ask for in a story.

Please excuse my incoherence, by the way...I'll get better at reviews, I promise!

The Pied Piper of the Black Forest by butter_beer_drinker

Rated: 6th-7th Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed. -G. K. Chesterton

Can the hero slay the "dragon" that hunts his little girl and haunts his nightmares?

This is submitted for my final assignment in Professor Talons DADA: An Introduction to Dark Arts class.

I am proudly saluting you with the sword of Godrick Gryffindor.

A small warning, this story terrified me (and my beta) and made me cry. Read it with caution but please read it.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 06/02/08 Title: Chapter 1: The Nightmare that Follows

Oh! Oh! *is trying to find words* That's so sad! That's so horrible! Poor Harry! Poor Catherine!

This is amazing. The writing is wonderful. You have written a very moving, terrifying story. Amazing job!

Dark Side of the Moon by Lioness06

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •

In fifth year, Sirius along with James and Peter managed the difficult Animagus transformation. In fifth year, Sirius played the ‘werewolf prank’ on Snape. One was an act of loyalty, brotherhood, and friendship; the other an act of betrayal, vengeance, and recklessness. This story spanning the Marauders' fifth year will deal with both these incidents, as well as Sirius’s increasing rejection of everything having to do with ‘The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black”.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 07/11/08 Title: Chapter 1: Garden Rebellion

This is a really good story! I really enjoy your portrayal of Sirius. One bit of concrit, though... I think your description of Sirius in the first or second paragraph was a little cliche'd, in my opinion. Very, very good overall, though.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed the chapter overall, even if you found the beginning a little cliche.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed the chapter overall, even if you found the beginning a little cliche.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 07/11/08 Title: Chapter 2: Summer's End

Great job! I really liked this chapter as well. I like all the different viewpoints. Wouldn't Eileen Prince now be Eileen Snape, though? I'm really liking this story! I'll come back tomorrow and read some more chapters!

Author's Response: Thanks. Yes, she would be Eileen Snape; I'll have to go change that. I'm glad you are enjoying the story and if you can it would be great if you could let me know what you think of the other chapters after you read them.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 07/14/08 Title: Chapter 3: Mrs. Potter's Cookies

Hahaha! This chapter was really funny. The last two lines made me laugh out loud. The detailed explanation of the "bad kisser" rumours was amusing, too. XD

Author's Response: Thanks! I had fun writing about the 'bad kisser' rumors and I'm glad I could make you laugh. Thank you so much for reading and I hope you continue to enjoy the story!

"I Want To Go Home." by coolh5000

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: “But I want to go home,” whispered the girl. “I don’t want to fight anymore”
DH p558

Not everyone who fought in the Battle of Hogwarts wanted to be there, and not everyone survived. This is the story of one of those people.
Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 05/29/08 Title: Chapter 1: "I Want To Go Home."

Oh, my goodness! This made me cry! *continues to cry* Poor Charlotte! (And that's my name as well...haha) That's just such an incredibly sad story. You did a fantastic job!

Author's Response: thanks for the review and I\'m glad you enjoyed it though I\'m sorry I made you cry!

Just One Kiss by coolh5000

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Gellert comes to say goodbye and Albus finally allows himself to show his true feelings.
Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 05/29/08 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Great job! (Slash is sadly ignored most of the time...) You did a wonderful job with their relationship. The last paragraph is heart-wrenching...you're very talented!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, I\'m glad you enjoyed it, slash is such a tricky genre because often people just don\'t like to confront it.\r\n\r\nIt\'s also good to see you\'ve been reading my other fics, despite their varying genres.

The Next Best Thing by Elmindreda

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: What a ridiculous way to die. If there is one thing about my predicament that is making it even more laughable, it is the fact that I am still alive.
It has been a year since the night that Severus Snape spent in the Shrieking Shack, awaiting death that would not come. A year that seemed long, passed quickly, yet should not have come to pass at all. One can come to terms with the idea of there being a due time for one's death. But what one does do when the predetermined, awaited and eagerly expected end fails to arrive?

Dear Mods, this fic has been previously deleted by mistake and is in the process of restoration. I have been granted permission by Deanine to submit two chapters at a time. Thank you!
Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 09/07/08 Title: Chapter 1: Prologue. Ridiculous

Although I am not much good at reviews, I'll leave one, because this is a completely brilliant story! Very intriguing. Your characterization is fantastic! *grins and moves on to the next chapter*

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 09/07/08 Title: Chapter 2: Chapter 1. Sufficient

Absolutely brilliant! Your characterization is still wonderful, and your imagery is fantastic. I have to go to bed, as it's a bit late, but I will hopefully be back tomorrow to read a few more chapters.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 09/07/08 Title: Chapter 3: Chapter 2. Incorporeal

As before, absolutely wonderful. I am in awe of your brilliant characterization. *smiles* I love this whole plot. You are an amazing writer!

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 09/07/08 Title: Chapter 4: Chapter 3. Belated

Lovely, lovely chapter, as per usual. I love Madam Pomfrey in this! And Harry's babbling is hilarious. This is a really wonderful story. Very dark, but beautifully written.

Moonlight by WickedLovely

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Is this a ghost story?

Maybe. I'm not sure.

Give me a straight anser, won't you?

Well, I said I'm not sure. If it involves dead people, is is a ghost story?


Yes. Yes, this is a ghost story.

Harry/Ginny, Dark/Angsty.

Over one hundred reads! If you would leave a review, it would make my day.

Reviewer: MissJewell Signed
Date: 09/07/08 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Oh, my goodness. That was breathtaking. It's so sad, and so honest and clear. It's beautiful.

I suppose my only complaint is the overrepetition of the word "skeletal", which jolted me a little bit.

Overall, though, your story is absolutely amazing. I love it.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I used 'skeletal' a lot to describe her because that's how I imagined her -- very bony, pale, like a skeleton.