I like the story so far but I don't think that just because these people are british means that half of their vocabulary is comprised of "sod off" and "bugger".
:O :O :O 96 Chapters, I can't believe it's over!!! ***NOOOO!***
I've been following this story for about 2 years, and it's been amazing all the way through!
Author's Response: I know, 96 chapters! Wow, 2 years? That's almost about the amount of time it's been around. Thanks for sticking with it to the end! Thanks for reading!
The moment I read the word "Halloween," I knew it was going to be the death of the Potters.
very well written, can't wait for th enet chapter
Author's Response: Halloween is a pretty ominous word for this story. Thanks for reading!
Lily Luna Potter is given History of Magic homework to write about the life and achievements of one Harry Potter, and (being the abnormal weirdo that she is) she decides to write it in verse. Sadly, Lily is labouring under the delusion that she is a talented poet, even though her rhyming is almost as good as her mother’s (as exhibited in CoS)…
Well this is what she wrote! Professor Binns won’t know what’s hit him...
A millon billion trillion Thank Yous to lunirina, who saved this from the horrific state it was in!
Ha ha ha, I LOVED IT! This is going straight to my favorites! I especially liked the part about the Disney movies and "Dreams do come true!" part. Very nice.
Author's Response: Who doesn't love a bit of Disney? Thanks for the review! =]
I like it a lot, can't wait for the next chapter. But I have a question about this line:
she had lost her mother at the age of seven.
Didn't it say in Book 5 that Luna was 9 when her mother died?
Anyways, love Luna, love the story!
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for pointing that out. When I was writing I thought she was seven at first but I looked up at the lexicon and found she was nine. I thought that I'd corrected it then but I guess I missed it. I'm glad you pointed it out. It's corrected now.:)
Lol, this is hilarious! Is the "Raven Simmon" supposed to be a reference to "Raven Symone"?
Author's Response: You know, I never thought about the Raven thing, to be honest. But now that you bring it up... yes, of course that was an intentional and completely planned revference! :) Thanks for the review!
Ooooh! I like it! Ron, Harry, and Hermione are all exactly the way I imagined them! Good job, can't wait for the next chapter!
Author's Response: Thank you!
Winner of the 2010 QSQ for Best Canon Romance!
I like this! I can't wait for the next chapter. I'd just like to take a moment to say that I agree with you on the whole Patronus thing, because even though I feel like Snape was always in love with Lily, I believe that Lily's Patronus only became a doe after she feel in love with James, and when Lily's Patronus changed, so did Snape's.
Ha ha! This is funny! I think you got Ron and Albus's characters down very well.
Author's Response: Thanks! I was afraid about how I wrote Ron. I don't know if my humour would go well with my writing. But I guess I did all right.:D
"It feels as if the whole world is falling apart," said Neville, "and I'm falling right along with it."
In the fifth instalment of the Neville Longbottom saga, Voldemort is back, but nobody wants to know. Facing pressure from all sides, and feeling alone and abandoned, the Boy-Who-Lived confronts the depths of despair and the darkest corners of his soul.
With a direct link to evil plaguing his mind and the cruel Dolores Umbridge determined to break him, can Neville find the hope and strength to carry on? And will he be prepared to embrace his destiny? The darkness falls in Year Five...
A note on the warnings: there's nothing there you won't find in the canon novel.
Ah! The end of this chapter was very creepy, but it was good! Can't wait for the next chapter!
Author's Response: Very belated reply: several months later, the next chapter is on its way!
Aww...poor James. After I read Deathly Hallows, I always felt very drawn to him and Lily, but most of the fanfics here are about Albus. It's nice to read about James for once! great story. :)
Author's Response: Thanks a lot! This story actually started out as a drabble on the Beta Boards, but then a friend told me to make it into a one-shot. So here it is! I am also writing another fic thats about Al's first year, but he is the "good guy" there... Well, I just decided that since everyone writes about a goody-goody Al and a baddy-baddy James, I would write a different thing! Glad you liked it, though, and thanks for the review! And as promised, here's a cyber-cookie! LOL. --Nadia
Awww! I loved it! That was so cute! I especially loved the simile about how she was slipping threw his fingers "like the silk of her dress!" That was some really good imagery! And the last verse was very sweet.
Author's Response: thank you so much! :)
You just lie there before me, before my canvas, while I immortalise your being - while I give your life purpose - through colour and shape. People are going to look back on this work and say, “She was important.” They will say that you had a life with meaning.
Is your life meaningful, my dear?
Here sits an artist. Before him, his subject. Where will this piece of art take them? And where have they been before? For in the future lies the past and in the past there lies no future. Follow them on their journey through time and paint, through canvas and passion.
An entry by the opaleye of Slytherin to the Lofty Learning One-Shot Challenges: The Science of Portraiture
That was awesomely intense...I LOVED IT!!!!!
Author's Response: Thank you so much for reading and reviewing! I'm glad you found it intense :)
Oooh, this was nicely done!
Was the narrator Rodolphus and his wife Bellatrix? If so, I think it might be a bit over-the-top even for Bellatrix to want Voldemort to share their bed- and I would be shocked that Voldemort ever did so in the first place...
Then again, since when have either of them been normal? :)
Author's Response: Yes, it is the Lestranges, well done :) I'm more inclined to believe that Bella never really loved Rodolphus, certainly throughout the books she seems more interested in Voldemort. It's never been mentioned anywhere in Canon that Voldemort shared their bed, but neither are the tortures the death eaters used either. So basically I have taken artistic licence, but it doesn't seem like that big a leap that Voldemort could be that weird. Much thanks for the review, I'm very glad you enjoyed it :)