I am a 17-year-old male. I absolutely LOVE J.K. Rowling's writing style and her amazing ability to create complex, believable characters and plots. I am very much influenced and inspired by her writings, and dream of becoming a great novelist, just like her.
There's a story here for most everybody with a bit of imagination. For fluffy, clean romance, read "Woes of a Midget Owl." For more G-rated fun, read "Buckbeak's Ferret Dinner" or "Voldemort: A Fable." "Under the Emerald Spell Light" is for those who appreciate tragedy. For teens and more mature audiences I have written "Heat" and other stories that don't appear on this site. Or, if you're very flexible, you may read them all!
Read my novel-length fic, "The Scarlett Letter", on ffnet and fictionalley.
Coming in January (I'm too busy to post until then): "Dumbledore, Please Explain Your Twisted Logic!" A comedy of dramatic proportions, literally. Stay posted, because I'll soon put up a plot summary and more info. I've already started writing it.
I try to write the most creative stories possible, though just as well-written to match it up. Tell me if I've succeeded or not!
Which HP Kid Are You?
"Woes of a Midget Owl" banner by my brother.
"Spinning in the Darkness" banner by me.
"Under the Emerald Spell Light" banner by LostMaeblleshire.
"Their Neverending Reflection" banner by LostMaeblleshire.
I loved it! Fred and George splinching, or splicing, or whatever! Great job!
Whee, what a lovely fic! We need more R-rated humor fics on Mugglenet. If you do a search for all the humor fics rated Professor, you'll only find one page of them. But I'm putting one up soon, so I'll join your numbers.
Anyway, hilarious sex talks! Really funny to read, really nice. Your style was nice, your dialog was fun, etc. I just love double entendres, by the way. "Your first time is like riding a broom..." LOL!
ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL! This story was very funny, very touching, and very unique. Clancy was such a neat character, and a much better match for Snape than Hermione!!!:) This pairing is especially refreshing after the countless predictable, boring romances I read in fanfiction. I especially LOVED your anagrams!!! Those were really cool! Keep on writing!!!!!
Author's Response: Thank you! Yes, romance is only interesting if it's unpredictable. :-)
Heeheehahahaha! I love this story! Very well written, and even better than "Hormones"! Great job, and absolutely wonderful humor! You are really a very great writer! I knew Ginny couldn't really be pregnant--but so did we all, and that's the whole point. It was great fun finding out what it REALLY was! Whee!!
EEEEEEE! WONDERFUL!! I DIED laughing in the last chapter! You are such a wonderful poet; I hate people who are bad poets who force their poetry on others!:) I loved this nearly as much as Highly Improbable!
Author's Response: Thank you so much!
One of the best fanfics I have ever read!! This story and its sequel are two of the only three fanfictions that I have read three times. That's how good it is!! I truly admire your style of writing. Now that HBP is out, I certainly hope you haven't stopped writing! Please post of any one of the many sites you post on--I'll find it sooner or later!!
Heehee! Funny, this Ron and Draco thing. I've read quite a bit of Harry/Draco, but not as much with Ron. Funny, funny, funny. Good job!
Hmmm... good try. The meter really isn't correct, so the limericks are uneven. And that one limerick that gave it an "R-rating"... it wasn't R. "D***" and "pouf" are really only PG-13 words, especially since they're used nonsexually here.
Well, I DO love Hermione a whole lot, and I'm more like her than any other HP character (at least, that's what all the tests say), but I do like making fun of her bushy hair and large front teeth. :D
LOL! I was actually expecting them to be comparing their wands, not two strawberries. If it had been their actual privates, I know this story wouldn't have been allowed on this site. :D Funny, well-written.
VERY good story! You did a wonderful job with Draco; I think this story closely follows what he probably went through in HBP. You're a great writer!
YES!! A very, very good job and a very wonderful ADMM fic. I wasn't grossed out in the least--in fact, I was quite tickled by their conversation. It was very interesting and amusing, and kept my interest. Kudos to you for this wonderful story!
Author's Response: Thank you so very much! I loved writing their snarky, teasing conversation. Too many \'youngins\' can\'t get over the \'old folk still have urges\' idea. I am so glad you liked it!
WOW, this was amazing!! It should have so won over "Raconteur"!! In fact, it was probably even better than the other runner up "A Ghost Story" (which was also better than "Raconteur"). The rhymes were amazing, but the rhythm was even BETTER!! Amazing! Very few people have good rhythm. I myself do sonnets (I have one on this site called "Sirius's Azkaban"), but this poem here is an even greater achievement than one sonnet. Seriously, I've never seen better in fanfiction! Please keep it up, and you may become the next Shakespeare :D
Good story! I feel so sorry for Remus! You did a wonderful job. Keep on writing!
Author's Response: Thank you, Islander! I always love to get a review saying "Good Job". It's so encouraging. I truly wanted to make any reader feel sorry for Remus... In fact, that was the true basis of the story, and not the romance. But, I guess having a dash of romance on the side wasn't a bad idea afterall. ^.~ Thanks again!
That was such a great story! Very sad, and quite well written. But we don't know who those two people were! I think it's Ginny and Harry, maybe. . . Have you read the short story "The Lady or the Tiger?"? Well, this story is just as infuriating as that one. In a good way, of course!! Good job!
Author's Response: Nope (Am I refering to not having read "The Lady or the Tiger" or am I saying, nope it's not Ginny and Harry......or is it? He he he, i wouldn't tell you anyway... MWHAHAHAHA!)
Wow, this is absolutely amazing! It's much better than "The Raconteur", and you should have won the Quicksilver Award! Amazingly creepy and well-written!
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. Didn\'t like \"The Raconteur\"? I guess free verse isn\'t for everyone. I found it quite good myself though.
Good story! I'm already liking Tabitha--she is quite an interesting character (I think it's funny that she didn't inherit her parents' Quidditch talent!). Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thanks! Odd, I thought I put that Tabby DID inherit her parents' Quidditch talent...
This was such a wonderful story! I liked it even more than your other one-shots! Especially at the end when Snape killed himself--it was so sad! And how his mother was the only person who cared for him, not Dumbledore. That's even sadder. Very well-written, and very engaging. And to think I wouldn't have read any stories if you hadn't left me a review on my own stories :) It just goes to show how good it is to leave reviews on the stories you read :P
Author's Response: You think it\'s better than all my other one-shots? Thanks for that comment, but if you\'ve read my bio, you\'ll notice that SF is my first story here (and not the best one, in my opinion, at least). Thanks again for your compliments and your other reviews. :D
This is the story of the tragic love life of Merope Gaunt, Voldemort’s mother. It is told in first person from Merope’s point of view. She has deep feelings for Tom Riddle Senior, the son of the village squire; and tries to make him fall in love with her. However, Merope learns the hard way that a “love” potion can create only a powerful obsession, not true love.
Additional warning: bad language.
Oh, this was so sad! I found Merope's story very sad in HBP, and it's just as sad in this dramatization. Good job with this story!
Author's Response: Thank you! *is convinced that the story is a tear-jearker*
Written for the Harry Hospital Wing Project: The Department of Mysteries by Dumbledore Prince of Gryffindor house.
This story was quite intense! Great job building suspense. It's really a very well-written missing moment. You write quite nicely, and your stories are fun to read and make sense. I don't like it when stories don't make sense and are boring (obviously). However, this little story with Broderick Bode is quite up to task and a good read.
Author's Response: Thank you for your review and the compliments! :D
Aw, this is really quite a sad and sweet poem. It's sad because Ron and Hermione are dead, but sweet because Ginny's still alive. Poetry is really quite a wonderful thing: I have poem up here also, plus another that I submitted today. If you have time you can check them out (that's another good thing about poetry; it's short and it doesn't take a long time to read and review :) One quick correction: in your summary, "vanquish" is spelled with an "i", not "vanquesh". That's all. Good job!
Author's Response: Thanks! The typo should be fixed, and I\'m glad you liked it!