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You Want To Make A Memory? by Potter

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: Chapter Ninety Six is posted!

This is the story of four boys. This is the story of a boy from a family he wants to escape from. This is the story of a boy who is from a family he loves deeply, but lacks the gift of a best friend. This is the story of a boy who has been living with a curse his entire life, fighting to overcome it. This is the story of a boy who wishes to show people what he can do. This is the story of how these four boys came to know each other, of how they became friends. This is the story of their unbreakable bond, of a bond that could survive any test, any trial. This is a story that will ultimately end in tragedy.

Nominated for a 2007 and 2009 Quicksilver Quill Award - Best Marauder's Era Featured Mugglenet Fanfiction, October 2011
Reviewer: snuffles1 Signed
Date: 09/06/12 Title: Chapter 1: A Compartment For Four

Wow. I just got around to finishing this, finally. I had started it ages ago and lost track of the story at some point.
Anyway, I just wanted to say that I really loved this story and enjoyed reading it. The ending was so sad, but I think you did a really good job of writing it in a way that was true to canon and believable for all of the characters. In particular, I liked how you handled Peter's betrayal of the others. I thought it was very realistic that he was kind of pushed into it by Dolohov and the others, but what he did was still his choice in the end. I could understand his motives, but still hate him for doing it, which was perfect.
One thing I wasn't sure about was Snape being introduced to the Order. Wouldn't Peter have heard about him eventually, and turned him in to Voldemort? I always thought he was more undercover in the first war, just talking to Dumbledore.
Anyway, I loved this story, so thank you so much for sharing it, and I hope you continue writing, whether fanfiction or in the 'real' world :)

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked how I wrote Peter's betrayal (I wasn't sure how it would turn out when I was writing it). Yeah, the bit with Snape being introduced to the Order wasn't something I was sure was right when I finished writing it. Thanks for reading!

There's A Light That Never Goes Out by Alice Mac

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: To die by your side, well the pleasure; the privilege is mine - The Smiths

War is not a place for children. But then, is it a place for anyone?

Colin Creevey may be a child and not the most threatening weapon the Light has to offer. But he has weapons of his own; bravery; heart; loyalty; spirit, enthusiasm; love - he has them all in abundance and doesn't know if they're enough but it doesn't matter.

Because he needs this - to be a part of something. To help take back what was taken from them. And if he doesn't make it, he leaves them without regret. Because he was right where he needed to be; next to the people he needed to be with.

This story has been nominated for a 2012 Quicksilver Quill Award in the category Best General Story

Reviewer: snuffles1 Signed
Date: 04/08/12 Title: Chapter 1: The Privilege is Mine

Hi, I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed reading this. I thought you did a great job of portraying Colin's character and filling in his experience during DH and the battle of Hogwarts. Thanks for writing :)

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you thought I did a good job of filling in what happened to Colin whilst staying true to his character. I'm glad you enjoyed it :) ~ Alice

The Latecomer by HalfASlug

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: It's the day every Weasley has been dreading since the battle and now it's George's turn to speak. However, before he can begin, he is rudely interrupted by a latecomer.

Joint winner of Best Post-Hogwarts One-Shot at the 2012 Quicksilver Quill Awards

Reviewer: snuffles1 Signed
Date: 07/07/12 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

I really liked this. Fred and George's characters were really well done, and I think you captured the other characters' reactions to Fred's death well too. There was a good balance between seriousness and lightheartedness in the twins' conversation, which I thought was very realistic. I particularly loved the ending, especially the part about the podium turning into a giraffe. That made me laugh. Thanks for the awesome story.

Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing :) What funeral is complete without a giraffe? Thank you for the kind words :)

Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing :) What funeral is complete without a giraffe? Thank you for the kind words :)

Archie and the Muggle Saleswoman by MJ_Padfoot

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •

“Just put them on, Archie, there’s a good chap. You can’t walk around like that, the Muggle at the gate’s already getting suspicious--”(GoF, 84)

This is the true story of Archie’s shopping trip.

One Shot.

Reviewer: snuffles1 Signed
Date: 02/07/14 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

That was really entertaining. I always loved that scene with Archie in GoF, and I liked your explanation for it.

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you like it! I had a blast writing it. I'm debating if I should write more about Archie's life or not. We'll see. Anyway, thank you so much for the review! ~MJ