My name is Christina and I live in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Proud retired member of the BA and Hufflepuff. Although I've been sorted into Ravenclaw on Pottermore.
I ship nearly everything you could imagine but I love Draco/Anna, Christina/Charlie, Ilka/Blaise, Mar/Regulus, Lucius/Siobhan and Anna/Liam.
Perfect. The whole story made me feel like I was floting above them and watched what happened. My eyes where stinging when Ron called Ginny little queen. It was truly beautiful.
This is actually the first story I started reading, when I first entered the wonderful world of fan fic. I love it, and it will always have a special place in my heart. PLEASE update
I can't believe this is almost over. I just want to say that this has been an amazing story. It's really well written and it's as if you can feel the tension and emotions between the characters.
Looking forward to the ending
Another great chapter. I loved the idea that Ron had to put the thermometer in his mouth in order to make it work; and that Security Spell. Brilliant. It's so nice to see the authors of MNFF expanding the Potterverse like that. I can't wait to see what Ron decides on eventually. Keep up the good work
This is simply getting too exciting. I can't wait for the last chapters. You're doing a really good job, I really felt for Hermione. And that Miranda is such a cow. I could feel my heart beating faster at that last scene, I was just waiting for her to say something about Hannah, and then.....BAM.....right in the face
Not boring at all. I really love that you included another reason for Ron dumping Miranda in the near future other than her just being mean, and I loved your portrayel of Viktor and the fact that he hasn't learned to say Hermione yet. You rock, Dawn ;-)
Awesome story. I must admit, I simply love Ron and Hermione stories and yours was just spot on (GO BADGERS!)
Author's Response: Wahoo! Go badgers! Lol ... I'm glad you liked it. Great Ron and Hermione epics are some of my favorites, too, though, I must admit, I find many of them cliched and rather dull. But when I stumble across a really wonderful one, I'm always happy.
I finally pulled myself together and read your story. It's nice to know the background story to the banner I made for it :-). The story is really interesting and I can't wait untill the next chapters. There are some minor errors like Filch performing a cleaning charm even though he's a Squib and in another chapter where Rufus Scrimgeuor is a commentator (sp?) you wrote Fudge in one of the paragraphs. But all in all it's a really nice story and I can totally imagine Trisha looking like Ashlee Simpson. Good job, sweetie.
Author's Response: Awww! Thank you so much! I know! I'm so bad! I never check my chapters to make sure there isn't canon errors! I'm actually off to do that right now! Thanks so much for your review and that lovely banner you made for me! Love DramaCutie
Totally funny. Nice Blair Witch meets Survivor meets Scrubs (I just think Scrubs is really funny). I can't wait for the update
Author's Response: I'm glad you like it. Actually the idea came from a school project where we had to make a comercail and my group did a reality show which was called (oh course) Wilderness.
Laura has been a good friend to Percy for seven years. She took his side during a fight between Percy and Oliver their second year. She accepted Percy the way he was, something most of his brothers couldn't even do. And when the one brother who did understand Percy died, Laura was there to help Percy through it, even though the death hurt her greatly as well.
Yes, Laura has been a good friend to Percy. So why, during their seventh year, is Percy allowing his friend to be lonely and miserable?
A fellow Gryffindor decides to try to ease Laura's loneliness by interfering in her life. The result is that Laura must suddenly deal with new relationships, including an unlikely reconciliation with Oliver.
Laura succeeded in being a good friend when she only had one friend. Now she must learn how to be a good friend to several people... including herself. Oliver/OCComplete!
"Thy friendship oft has made my heart to ache; do be my enemy - for friendship's sake." -William Blake
I also found this in your signature and I've always had a soft spot for Oliver Wood, so I thought I'd give it a try. I've only read the first chapter (I'm at work, so I best not read more for now;-) and it looks very promissing and very interesting indeed. I'm looking forward to read the rest.
Author's Response: And the siggy strikes again! Glad you liked the first chapter. Hope you continue and like the rest. :)
Yay. Finally they got together. This has truly been an incredible and wonderful read. Thank you.
Author's Response: You\'re welcome. :) And thank you for reading. I\'m glad you\'ve enjoyed it.
This story is coming along well.
It's really nice to see how the characters develop throughout the years.
Now I just have to wait and see when Laura and Oliver will be a couple again ;-)
Heartbraking story. This was exactly what I was looking for. Having experienced a similar situation (ie. my parents) this story really made my heart sink to the bottom of my stomach. I'm always torn between understanding and being confused as to why these women stay with their husbands.
I loved how the raven, being the inspiration to the title, was only briefly mentioned. It made the whole point seem more powerful.
I love Anna for being so infatuaded with Tiramisu. If not I probably wouldn't have stumbled across this lovely story.
I'm so in love with your Lucius. He's everything a young girl could want in an older, experienced lover. I would be lying if I said I wasn't drawn to him. And I love Siobhan. I see in her a kindred spirit. A lost soul trying to find herself, not letting anything get in her way. Of course I'd think twice about sleeping with a married man.
This last chapter reminds me very much of the beginning of my relationship with my husband. I was very infatuaded with him and finally caught him alone. We had several encounters but I never intended it to be more than that. But he didn't seem to want to end our relationship and the rest is history.
The only critique I can think of is for the chapter 'Black Marble'. As Siobhan and Lucius are frolicing on the table it says: 'the tore her lips from his'. That should probably have been 'she tore her lips from his'.
Thank you for this wonderful story and I will most definately start reading Blood Debt now.
nice follow-up. really good. And I like the way that you say Remus is shy (I could imagine that as well).
Author's Response: Remus is a bit 'reserved' in my way of thinking, and probably always will be ;) . Thanks for reading and taking the time to review!
Loved it!!!!! I like the angsty feeling about it. And I feel that I can really relate to them; knowing there's people who care for you, but you feel all alone anyway, and eventually you find someone to share your sorrow with.
Author's Response: Thank you very much. That's exactly what I went for - they will manage to share the sorrow between them.... and in this way, they may be comforted.
I think it's a very original idea, and so far i think it's very intriguing. I can't wait for the next chapter
Love it. I could actually feel the sun on my bare arms when they sat under the beech tree, I felt the wind ruffle through my hair when they walked around the castle and though it wasn't mentioned if it was snowing, I could feel the snow around my feet when Harry walked past Luna's grave. Excellent.
Author's Response: Wow, what a response. Thanks so much! (Do you write poetry? Just curious . . . If you don't, you should try it, you sound like you'd be really good!)
I just saw your respond. I have written one HP poem posted here on MNFF. Other than that I have written poetry since I was thirteen of age;-) (If you do read it then please review c",) Once again; I loved your poem.
Author's Response: :D awesome, i'll be sure to check it out! ^.-
Very sweet story. I simply loved the ending, it was almost as if I could feel the electricity going through my body ;-). I must admit that I'm not a big fan fan of the whole 'Mione thing, but you fitted it in very well. See you on the forum:-)