Thanking EVERYBODY EVER for the runner-up QSQ given to The Cause. Honestly. It was amazing. Both Marty and I thank you! (I'm sure Remus would as well, but I can't claim ownership of him). I would put the banner up but for some reason it's not working (stupid HTML).
Order of the Janey fics (it doesn’t matter what order you read my other stuff in)
“It Unscrews The Other Way”
Trouble With Exams – A Janey Weasley One-Shot.
Everybody Loves Janey Weasley
Being Janey Weasley
Janey Weasley Springs; My Mother
Living In The Weasley-Springs Family ... Merlin Help Me
HELLO to my bestest friend Chomione, you're truly the best, and hi to my brother CheeseKing, too.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy my fics! I would reccomend the later ones; I only keep the early stuff because I can't bear to delete it. However, I can't bear to read it, either, but maybe you'll have some more luck. =)
Summary: The final installment in the Potter’s Pentagon Trilogy. Read “The Five” and “The Truth” first, myess? Okay!
WARNING! Contains Muggle adventures in Diagon Alley, unusual eyebrows, cheesy clichés galore, psycho Ted, the not-so-lost years of Merlin, a school-wide singalong, the old potato joke, Tyrone’s Princess Bride obsession, Emma’s stubborn denial of the existence of Tyrone’s mustache, a graphic death, a joke shop product as a major plot device, hobo Jordan, Jordan hugging, Jordan pulling pranks, time travel, the Love Shack, angst, and worst of all, Professor Zabini.
It’s the sixth year for Potter’s Pentagon and company, and our heroes learn that in the wizarding world, coming of age has a somewhat weightier significance. Students are busy with an Inter-House Unity Project, Jordan is having weird dreams, Pansy and Ophidias Malfoy have been released from Azkaban, Professor Zabini has a mysterious project of his own, and almost everyone is acting strangely. Meanwhile, at the Ministry of Magic, a man with a vendetta against Ron Weasley is trying his hardest to get him in the biggest trouble possible. Is the only way to save him to travel into the past?
New talents are discovered, new friendships form and old ones change, pasts are dredged up, and, of course, there’s lots of good old-fashioned snogging. And one of the five kills for the first time… while another becomes a casualty of war.
Starring 2008 Quicksilver Quills Best Male Original Character runner-up Jordan Potter, Best Female Original Character nominees Ivy Potter, Haley Potter, Emma Weasley, and Giorgi Anderson, and Best Male Original Character nominee Ted Lupin! Nominated for 2008 Quicksilver Quills Best Post-Hogwarts Story.
Yay! Go Ted! Woo! Loving Ted in this chapter. So noble. *Pulls out "Go Team Ted" banner*
Also ... I KNEW Ophidias was slightly less evil than we thought. He should definitely stand up to Pansy ... possibly in defence of Ivy ... oh my gosh! And then force her to apologise to Ivy and he should become Pansy's, like, keeper or something by accompanying her everywhere and telling her off every time she's mean. How cool would that be?
Anyway. Good to see the return of Giorgi (and Jordan, of course, because, well, you know, Jordan). She's as good as ever, but I wish those kids at her school would accept her ... oh well, she's too cool for them I guess.
You know, I do believe that all we need now is some Tyrone and everything will be perfect. Oh, and for a Pansy/Ophidias/Ivy/Ted showdown of course.
Having said that, I find the fact that the Malfoy's refer to Ted as a drug addict hilarious. I know it's mean, but it's also really funny, probably because we know how far from the truth that is. But also because it puts hilarious images into my mind.
Well, anyway, good chapter.
Go Team Ted!
Author's Response: Glad you love teh Tedness! I am rather partial to him as well, hehehehe... As for Ophidias, well, you'll see more of him later, and you'll see if you're right. Yes, there is no Tyrone in this chapter, BUT! I have just had a one-shot accepted that RATHER PROMINENTLY FEATURES TYRONE! (And the crowd cheers... or something). And dude, don't worry, the Ted drug addict thing WAS meant to be funny. Ted thinks it's funny, too, when he finds out (as you shall see). Thanks so much for the review!
Yay! I'm so happy that Haley's not dead! But oddly ... I wouldn't say I'm pleased, but I find it incredibly interesting that Emma may have suffered some kind of permanent damage ... it's incredibly sad and everything, but in terms of character ... well she'll certainly have to stop being so independent ... I guess what I'm trying to say is that if anyone had to be paralysed, Emma is the most interesting person it could happen to. I mean, Haley would be very different, but she could still be happy and cheerful and a bit mad, and I'm sure she could still find a way to act (just maybe not in musicals). Jordan probably wouldn't mind much, since telemency is all about the mind not the body ... Ted and Ivy could probably deal with just about anything as long as they had each other, and Tyrone ... well I think he'd still be happy enough if he had Emma (he might even get a kick out of being fawned over every now and then, once he was used to the idea). But even though she quite clearly likes Tyrone, Emma still would hate to have to depend on him (or anyone, for that matter). I know because I too hate being dependent on others, and I have a feeling that may be my downfall one of these days =). So that's definitely going to be interesting (and as long as she's alive, I'm surprisingly undistraught about her situation ... how very heartless of me).
But anyway. Luna's "I'm going to really miss colours" was so unbelievably perfect that for a second I thought you might be JKR in disguise!
Looking forward already to the next chapter! And also woo, because this was updated yesterday, which was my birthday! It's like getting a present from you and MNFF! Yay!
Author's Response: Yeah, I picked the deal about Emma because I figured she was the character who would be the most angered by this, because, like you said, she really is so dead-set on being independent. And it was a good call about Tyrone-- Emma would actually feel like she had a 'reason' to give in to him if he got paralyzed, and things would end up being all right. Kind of the OPPOSITE of why I chose TEd to be a werewolf. Ted was the one who could handle it the best-- imagine if it had been Emma or Jordan? Eep. And happy birthday to you! Updates will come quite soon.
I love young Merlin so much! I love how even though he's full of wisdom and knowledge he's still just a young teenage boy ...
... Actually, I kind of love most of the guys in this story. Jordan (of course), Ted, Tyrone ... sure, the girls are fun. But the guys make it special.
I do have some americanisms to point out though, mostly from this passage:
a green eraser that smelled like pears, bearing the insignia, “ERASER MART.” Then an ancient tuna fish sandwich in a Ziploc bag, sprouting fuzzy mould. Next, a boy’s muddy and sweaty sneaker, size 11¾. Then a Peter Pan snow globe.
Firstly, we call erasers "rubbers". And we leave out the fish in "tuna fish", we just call it plain old tuna. Also sneakers are called trainers, and snow globes are snow domes.
But I know that's not your fault, and it doesn't take anything away from the story. I just thought I'd let you know. I actually loved that scene so much with all the different transfigurations they did on themselves. If I got to do something like that, I think I'd do the same as Haley and change my hair. Only I'd make it bright pink or something.
Well, anyway, I'm glad this is back from its hiatus, because I was really staring to miss it! =)
Author's Response: Oh, wow, the Americanisms are kind of hilariously prevalent. (But in my defense, a 'rubber' is something... not so appropriate in America.) I should have known better with 'trainers' though, because I usually remember that one. Ah, well. And yeah, I like the guys the best, too... don't tell the girls, though!
*Gasp* I had almost the exact same thoughts about HBP. A couple of years ago it would have been like "They MADE UP a scene and just ... SLAPPED it randomly in the middle? Death to Warner Brothers!" But now I think it was actually one of the best parts (aside from the Felix scenes, one of the only times Dan wasn't annoying). I kind liked how they had their own twist on it. I thought it was cool. I wonder why it is that nobody really cares as much about that anymore ...?
Anyway, about the chapter ... I liked it. I didn't think it was particularly "slow" like you said, just because it wasn't all action all the time. It was nice. Although it's kind of hard to imagine Ivy not thinking of Pansy and Draco as her parents at all, maybe because she was adopted so late ... I dunno, maybe that's just me. Go Team Ophidias! Also Team Ted.
Oh, and if by "climactic sequence" you mean "killing Emma", please don't! Yeah, I realise me saying that isn't going to change anything. But I really don't want her to die! It would be so sad!
Well, yeah, nice chapter. Looking forward o the next one!
Author's Response: Haha, the Felix Felicis scene made me happy... and I think the reason why we don't care as much is because the films have been getting less and less canon as the series progresses. So after GOF and OOTP, a little less canon isn't too bizarre?
I know what you mean about Ivy not really thinking of them as her parents. The story keeps saying that, but the truth is, she does. She's trying to tell herself that she doesn't think of them as her parents. Although she and Pansy barely know each other, she keeps trying to call Pansy her mother before she corrects herself, and other stuff like that. Of course, she does see Harry and Ginny as her parents, too, because Pansy effectively disowned her in her first year, even though she wasn't officially adopted till fourth year.
Aaah, Anastasia! I love that film! But anyway, that is so unbelievably not the point ... XD
I quite liked this chapter - your take on the final battle was interesting, although a bit crazy and different (not necessarily in a bad way though!) But my favourite bit was still the Pentagon etc talking about it afterwards and stuff ... I especially liked Antoly saying that the hungry dementor analogy was a bit much, because the fact that Jordan would say that to finish up such an emotional story was just hilarious and slightly adorable.
Author's Response: Hahahaha, yes. My final battle was really weird, but I had this... image in my head for years of how I thought it was going to end. Of course, the Anatoly thing was the strangest part because Jordan never actually said the 'hungry dementor' part... I guess my rationalization is that Anatoly is secretly a Legilimens or something... I actually have no clue. But thank you!
That's weird, it cut off half of my review! Here's the second half (good job I always copy before submitting after losing so many to stupid computers ...):
To be honest though, I'm more interested in what's going to happen now with Bellowes and stuff (he's just so evil! Poor Emma)! Also Zabini's secret project, whatever that is. Unless ... did you already explain that and I just forgot? I have no idea. Sorry if you did!
But overall, yeah ... keep them coming, I love it! Also, is this definitely the last one? Because it would be a shame to miss out seventh year ... never mind, I suppose there's always P&P-JP!
Author's Response: What happens to Bellowes is actually kind of passed over-- basically he ends up in Azkaban-- but we will not see a huge confrontation scene with him, just because it's kinda obvious what's gonna happen. But Zabini... we DEFINITELY do see what his project is in the next chapter. This is the definite end of THIS, although we do see part of their seventh year in the epilogue (Which is very strangely structured). However, I always do have two ideas at the back of my mind-- one about their first year (because it has a very interesting storyline, I've just never written it), and one about when they're grown up with children of their own (I actually have quite an intense plot about that one). I don't know if I'll ever get to those, though...
TED'S CHRONIC EATING DISORDER! I told you he had one. Also, don't think I didn't notice that Cecelia was in Ravenclaw. I am dearly hoping that Jordan has met his match, even if he IS Jordan (speaking of which ... JORDAN!!)
"You WILL be graded on awesomeness!" was muchos hilari-ismo, and I was very grateful that this chapter came when it did, after a truly rotten day and the thoughts that I will be reveiving my grades for my GCSEs tomorrow (um, you're American right? Uh ... GCSEs are like OWLs only for us Muggles. And, like with OWLs, I've spent two years working towards them, except I didn't pass out in my history exam yelling that my Godfather had been kidnapped, firstly because I don't have a Godfather, secondly because, um, I don't have a link in my mind to Voldemort either. Unfortunately.
Uh ... I think I've gone off track somewhere. Where was I? Oooh, yes. Where is Antoly Capshaw from? Because I know the name but I can't remember who he actually is. Unless ... is he in Pride and Pre-juiced Plums? Is that why I'm confused? I should really learn to be less confused ... and stop using so many ellipses ...
Anyway. Muchos love for the story. And apparently the word 'muchos' which is a little bizarre and possibly not even a word. But when has that stopped anyone before?
The only thing this chapter lacked was some Tyrone lovin'. *Shakes head disapprovingly*
Author's Response: Yays! I always appreciate your reviews. And as for Cecilia, well, you may be right! I actually know what GCSEs are, but I'm glad you explained anyway. Yeps, I'm embarrassingly American, but luckily, that's one of the few things I do now. Anatoly Capshaw is indeed from "Pride and Pre-Juiced Plums" and had a few cameo appearances in "The Truth." Anatoly is the man who is writing the musical Haley's in, and working with B.C. Quinn. Emma hates him. Glad you liked ze story... Tyrone plays a big part in several of the upcoming chapters, though he's not in Chapter Six, but don't you worry. There's a lot of him in this story, more than the first two books!
Okay, I've not reviewed these last few chapters (you sure are churning them out ... not that that's a bad thing) so I just thought I'd quickly do this one.
I thought it was great, of course, but I have to say my absolute favourite bit was the Merlin dream (Love young Merlin!), and in particular his "Thank you for your support." So cute! He and Arthur are just adorable. And don't think I missed the Monty Python reference!
Also Hadrian Bellowes is an idiot.
Yay for the Pentagon! =)
Author's Response: Hahaha, the updating has been so fast lately. I am glad that you like the Merlin dream, because I wrote a whole story about Merlin and Arthur and I became very attached to the characters! ^_^ Hadrian Bellowes is so dumb...
Okay, I feel like in return for and EPICLY long epilogue, I should write an EPICLY long review, but now I'm here I don't really know what to say! Obviously I loved it in all it's adorable squishy glory. I liked all the ends tying up, and the interesting choices, such as making Jordan choose Muggle-ness (although I guess the signs were all there now that I think about it). I loved the crazy manic family together-ness at the end with all the kids running about causing havoc (Nigel = love). And I ESPECIALLY loved that it was focussed a lot on Jordan and his future. Because I have loved Jordan quite a lot from the beginning, although Tyrone, Ted, Haley and the others were still just as amazing as ever. I really loved future Haley most of all, starring in Wicked and still having glittery pink toenails and stuff - she's so cool!
So does this mean that Pride and Pre-juiced Plums is an actual in-depth future of what happens next? Because I always kind of got the impression it was a fanfiction of itself, if that makes any sense ... but wait, what about the werewolf plot? Does that mean it still is a fanfiction of itself? Does the term "fanfiction of itself" even make any sense?
I think I'm going to move on before I confuse myself even more than I already have. Moving Ted and Ivy into the Shrieking Shack was actually amazing, and I now want to live there myself quite a lot. It would be so cool, because it has so much history relating to Ted's family and him and Ivy and stuff. Which I realise is the point, but you know what I mean. It was so cute!
Also big love for Merlin, especially when Jordan said he liked the idea of him getting a beard. That's just too cool for words. XD
To conclude: Thank you so much for writing this amazing series which I never wanted to end! I'm completely in love with the characters and I've absolutely adored following it along practically from the start! (I can't remember if I was from the start or not, but it certainly feels like it, so why not?) The only thing keeping me from being VERY VERY sad as opposed to just VERY sad, is the thought of P+P-JP! I look forward to an update already!
Author's Response: HELLLLOOOOO! Thank you so much! I love Nigel, too, and I'm happy that you've always loved Jordan, because I do, too, and I always kind of felt like this trilogy was HIS story, even though his role in the first book is actually pretty small.
P&PP really is just 'fanfiction of itself' in away but the only thing that is in there that isn't in here is who Haley marries. I really didn't want to include all of that in here, because then there would be no excitement for it in Pride and Prejuiced Plums-- she has the little secondary love story there. Her family is quite wonderful, though. We also see a TINY bit of Jordan/Giorgi in P&PP! (Yes, I'm allowed to say that now, because this story actually confirms that they get together! At last!) As for the werewolf plot-- ACTUALLY, that doesn't really happen, because there was the cure, but if I ever write a sequel about when the Pentagon are in their forties and Nigel and the gang are in school, there is a subplot about a resistant strain of werewolf-ness.
Thank you so much for writing so many marvelous, lovely reviews for me over all of these years! I've always loved hearing from you!
Aw, this was adorable! Plus, I had my last exam today (at least, until June) and so I was just wondering what I could possibly do now that I didn't need to revise, and what do you know? There's a chapter update! :D
I basically loved it, it was just so cute ... and it made me laugh that after all that, they could have just read it in a book that millions of Muggles will have just sitting in their bedrooms or whatever! That just sums up my life completely ... also that after all that time, it wasn't Emma and Tyrone after all. Also the potato which I actually laughed out loud at!
Oh, and of course ... JORDAN!
Author's Response: Thank you! I had the world's worst worst worst biology exam today... it was MADDENINNNNG. So it's lovely to come home to reviews! I'm glad you liked the little last minute plot-twist... and yes, this potato thing was in the works all along! ;-) Glad you liked the Jordan-ness!
Summary: Eight year old Lily Potter, the spitting image of her mother, is brought up to know that family is important. She has been present at family reunions for as long as she can remember, and she absolutely loves her big family. One day she comes across a picture of a man she has never met before in a family photo album. Perplexed, she asks her father who the man is…
That was beautiful. I can sometimes think of the deaths in book seven as just plots in a book, but other times I'm reminded all over again how terrible they are; and you just did that for me. There were tears. Beautiful. =)
Author's Response: I'm so glad you liked it! And hearing that there were tears actually makes me happy (I'm terribly sorry, but they do) because it means that I actually managed to convey what I was working so hard to convey in this story. Thanks for the review! It really makes my day to see so many people reviewing.
Summary: It has been eighteen years since Abigail left England for America, never to return.
Skylar was raised hearing how wonderful and brave his father was. Then when he was eleven, his mother told him the true reason his father had never seen him.
Now seventeen, Skylar wants answers. Skylar travels to England to find out about his father’s life and death.
And Skylar Black wants the truth.
Hi! This is a really interesting idea, I'd love to get to know Sirius's son and find out more about him ... I hope you update and continue this soon! It's good so far.
Summary: Fred Weasley’s death left a hole in everyone’s hearts. Fred is given the chance to visit his family to help them with their grief. Follow his visits to each of his family members.
That was so sweet ... I loved it. So beautiful. Only ... if he could only choose one person, how come you're writing more visits? Oh well, I suppose we'll find out. Amazing story; I miss Fred so much!
Summary: Sirius and Regulus share a holiday moment.
Aw, this was a really nice moment, even if they ended up hating each other, as soon as they went back to school. I've always kind of liked the idea that Regulus wasn't evil to the core ... especially since book 7, of course. It's nice (but also sad) to think he had this whole other side Sirius never really saw ...
Summary: It's that time of year. Time for an untimely winter ball, and Emma Weasley is not thrilled about Tyrone Thomas' relentless pursuit if her. But will his terrible singing and creepy stalker-ish antics woo her at last? And what the heck is Jordan Potter up to? DH is very disregarded. No Albus Severuses here.
I am Schmerg_The_Impaler of Hufflepuff House, and this is my submission to the Winter Snows thingy, in the "Melting a Winter Heart" category.
Oh my cod I LOVED IT! This was so ADORABLE! Emma and Tyrone were hilariously cute, Haley's random ambush of someone with the name "Sinclair" was great and Jordan ... Well. Talk about the sweetest thing ever written.
Anyway, yeah, I loved it. And I totally picked up on the Monty Python reference! One time I went with my family to where that was filmed, and in the gift shop there were two coconut halves on the counter, but no one could tell us whether they were the originals or not. I like to think that they were.
Also I loved "Oh, is THIS hanky panky?" It was pretty funny. I love Tyrone. Actually ... I basically love all the Pentagon boys. I am such a hussy. Although I'll admit Jor-jums is still front runner, especially after I got to imagine him in a tux. Hello adorable.
Anyway. Happy Christmas! I loved it!
Author's Response: Thank you! I thought you might like the Jordan-ness, hehe. And I would have LOVED to see the genuine Monty Python coconuts. And you know what? I'm an INCESTUOUS hussy, because I love all of the Potter's Pentagon boys as well, and I created them. So that's even weirder. (And Jordan is a total cutie, yes!)
At age fifteen, Regulus Black became sole heir to the largest fortune in Wizarding London. At sixteen, his abnormal intelligence won him entry into the most notorious cult of Dark wizards on earth. At seventeen he made a mistake – one that he would never be able to take back – and his entire world came crashing down.
Enter London, 1979. The story of a boy who managed to defy Voldemort at the height of his regime. But what price did he have to pay?
I'm not going to pretend like I totally understood all of this, but I do know that I loved it. I don't even have any way of knowing if the sciencey stuff in this fic is even real, but I totally loved every last bit. I loved all the characterisations, particularly of Sirius, and even though I didn't follow all of the physics, somehow it still made sense. Is that weird? I don't know. But even though I've never been that amazing at science and maths and physics, I've always loved listening to people explaining it, if they do it properly. And you made it absolutely beautiful. :)
This completely deserved the QSQ, congratulations.
Summary: It is April 1976, and Minerva McGonagall sits in her office, arranging biscuits on a plate. She knows she faces a stormy afternoon because today is the day she has to advise her four most troublesome students on their future. They call themselves the Marauders; they think they want the same thing, but Minerva knows that the differences between them will not work in everyone's favour. And so, she steels herself for a very difficult day.
This is Equinox Chick submitting her final for the MWPP class.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, but I doubt that shocks you.
This story is very much a prequel to The Lions of Gryffindor, but either can be read without knowledge of the other.
In shock at the nomination for a 2009 QSQ award.
Loved this! I think, in fact, I'll list the things I loved most. You know ... for fun.
1. That James kept taking more and more biscuits. I'd have made him do the exact same thing, I thought of it as soon as I read the first scene, and so was extremely pleased to see that you'd obviously done the same!
2. That James decided to use it as an opportunity to wind McGonagall up as much as possible, but then got very serious very fast, right at the end. That last little part captured his personality perfectly - joking 99% of the time, but fully appreciating, in all its seriousness, what needs to be done.
3. McGonagall's sympathetic attitude towards Remus, which made me love both characters even more than usual.
4. The SPOT ON interpretation of Peter trying to be James, and consequently selling himself short. Perfect.
5. The sweet scene between Sirius and Remus at the end (including the description of James's boasting, which I can also see just perfectly). It's nice to see that, even though they are a four, they work just as well in twos - and not even the traditional friendship pairings of James & Sirius, and Remus & Peter, but it can be completely interchangeable.
Basically, I thought the whole thing was amazingly perceptive, and captured the Marauders perfectly (and I say that as a Marauder-era writer myself, so I feel like I've really got to know them much better than any of the original trio ... or at least, I've got to know my own interpretations and ideas about what they should be like).
Congratulations on the QSQ nomination for this - I hope you get it, because it definitely deserves recognition! =D
Author's Response: Thank you so much for a wondeful review. I'm particularly pleased you liked James because I giggled all the way through writing it. I just think he's such a wind-up merchant ... Ahhh I love the guy. It means a lot that you, particularly, have liked my interpretation because I love The Cause so much. Thank you also for appreciating that McGonagall can be sympathetic at times. She's harsh on Sirius because he needs it but Remus doesn't have a great deal out of life.
Thank you again. Carole xxx
"James Sirius Potter, it is the judgment of the Wizengamot that you have been found guilty. You knowingly, in possession of sound mind and body, used the Cruciatus Curse and the Killing Curse in the intentional torture and murder of one Gregory Goyle the Third."
James Potter was going to Azkaban for the rest of his natural life, and his whole family was in shambles. His wife and child have fled the country, his sister was missing, and his parents were a wreck. However, James knew that he had larger problems: his guilt was coming more and more in question.
Though he knew that James was withholding information about the circumstances of the murder of which he had been found guilty, Harry had secrets of his own; however, even he could not handle this torrent of trouble alone. Can Harry trust his darkest confidences to anyone? Even family?
How will the Potter clan stop the downward spiral into pain and disaster, and can they recover what they've lost?
This fic was nominated for a 2010 Quicksilver Quill Award - Best Next-Generation Story.
I really loved this fic, I thought the plot and the relationships between the characters were brilliant, especially the Next Generation kids! Albus was amazing, I loved his gradual "awakening" type thing throughout the story as he took control and became this new man ... I liked that he had all of Harry's good points, but without the same faults that broke up him and Ginny (which, I'll admit, made me sad, but was also very realistic so I don't blame you for it, and thought it was a very daring and original choice). I also loved that even though things worked out in many ways (such as Goyle being arrested and James being cleared) they weren't perfect, because that's also a very realistic way of ending things.
Anyway, congratulations on writing and finishing this fic, because it was truly amazing, and doubly so considering it's your first time! I look forward to the epilogue, and anything else you do connected with the characters you created. =)
Ah, thank you so much for stopping by!
I'm glad you understood my plans for Albus, because I really wanted him to become someone real in this fic. He's a blank slate in JKR's world, but in mine, he's vibrant, multifaceted, and alive. At the moment, Anne is still a bit Mary-Sue, but I have plans for her in future works.
The ending couldn't ever be perfect. In no realistic way could every one of the protagonists come out with everything they wanted; that would be ridiculous. I just wanted justice to be served, which I believe was done. There are still loose ends to tie up with the Epilogue, which is still in the works (I've been waiting for response from readers to let me know what they want to see resolved in it), and I think it should tie up nicely.
There are several works in my brain connected with this series of events, starting from right after the Epilogue to all the way after Harry and company leave school (with much more Trio involvement). The next one in the immediate future is about Draco and how he came to be the man that appeared in this book. It was actually my NaNo piece, and it's not far off from being readable and is already half done.
Anyway, thank you for stopping by and reviewing. I adore every reader, even the ones that give me hell for breaking up Harry/Ginny. This isn't the last of my epically long stories, so if you're looking for them, they are in the works (if only in my mind at the moment).