I'm a beginner fan-fic writer, though I've been published in local newspapers under the Junior Journalism pages. I'm 14 and Harry Potter's too much of my life, but isn't that the same for all of us?
Summary: This is a generation where a Potter, a Weasley, and a Malfoy can be friends. This is a generation of change. Read about the Next Generation at Hogwarts: Potters, Weasleys, Woods, Malfoys, Longbottoms, etc. Their loves, friends, and experiences.
my two favourite things in one:
Danny Jones and Harry Potter:)
I loved your reasoning on where to put the new generation of offspring; I would honestly pay to see Draco's face. The whole essay thing kinda pushed me away, but after reading I was sure I'd get into thisss.
Summary: What happens when our favorite foursome, plus Lily, Snape, and of course some impossibly perfect OCs return to Hogwarts for their 7th year? Why, absolute bucketfuls of drama, angst, tears, jealousy, unrealistic events, and cheesy, cheesy dialogue! Also staggering amounts of random insanity. You have been warned.
pure gold you effing genius, pure gold.
Author's Response: I'm a genius now! Hurray! Thanks, that officially makes me happy.
Summary: "Thursday is the only day you can ask a girl out with any chance of success." That's been Sirius' philosophy for as long as he can remember. Now, in their 6th year, James is trying to use that knowledge to win the heart of a certain Lily Evans...and the Thursdays are running out.
You made the characters seem exactly like how I would've imagined them:
James: smitten beyond belief
Lily: always rejecting
Sirius: a complete and gorgeous lunatic
and I know Remus isn't such a big part, but I love that you gave him a more humourous than most fanfics I've read.
It was great:)