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Real name: Lori
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I am an obsessed Harry Potter fan who, according to one friend, "needs rehab." Hehe. I like canon-compliant stories and pairings, especially Romione, which is probably evident from my stories.

You will notice I don't use British spellings. I always strive to accurately portray British culture in my fics and have my characters (and JK's) behaving in culturally appropriate ways. But spelling and punctuation are tools of the writer, and I'm an American writer. :) I always feel incredibly pretentious when I use British spellings (if it's required for a challenge)--LOL.

Right, just wanted to let you know where I'm coming from in case you are annoyed that I spell it color instead of colour. Hehe.
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The Only One by Equinox Chick
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 14]

Summary: Victoire Weasley is in her third year studying to be a Healer. She is beautiful. She is bright. But she's alone. Since splitting up with Teddy Lupin, only one person has come close to disturbing her dreams.

Unfortunately, he happens to be the professor standing in front of her. She knows he has a partner, but she also knows that he's distracted.

This story is a prequel to my Next Gen fic High. It is not necessary to read that to understand this, but reading Lavender, blue - A Gryffindor True might help, although you should get the gist.

Happy Birthday. Ariana (lucca4) You are an incredible writer. (She also left me a shedload of reviews when I deleted the whole of High.)

Thank you, Natalie. You are a stellar beta and a wonderful friend.

Disclaimer: I am not JKR, but I make fab spag bol.

Categories: Various Pairings Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations

Word count: 9707 Chapters: 2 Completed: Yes
Published:
09/20/11 Updated: 09/25/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 09/25/11 Title: Chapter 2: Chapter 2 - Run Like a Day with Destiny

Ah Carole, a sequel of sorts to Lavender Blue... makes me sigh happily. Though of course this is not so happy, but I'm relived that you imagine them together still, after all that time. I thought the bit with Victoire was really good and believable. Nice surprise that the girl with Teddy was not really involved with him. As always, you write so well that I forget anyone is writing it at all and just go along for the ride. Loved the end, though I was so sad for Blaise and Lavender. THey deserve to have that baby, and I hope they can have one somehow... perhaps adoption? Anyway.

Lovely read, as always. ~ Lori

Author's Response: LORIIIIIIII, you need to read High - my Next Gen fic, which also features Professor Zabini and a certain someone. This is more of a prequel to that - LOL - and you might discover whether Lavender gets her happy ending. Thank you for the review and I'm glad you enjoyed the story. ~Carole~

 

October, 1981 by Gmariam
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 10]

Summary: The beginning of the end: ten short scenes from October, 1981.

Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Violence

Word count: 4816 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
10/13/11 Updated: 10/13/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 10/13/11 Title: Chapter 1: The Beginning of the End

Gina, this was just heartbreakingly wonderful. Poor Sirius. Especially nice characterization of both Peter and Voldemort... I think Voldemort is often not quite right in fanfiction. I certainly couldn't do any better, but I think you've captured him here... evil, but somewhat detached as well. This was so sad, but what a good story. ~Lori

Author's Response: Thank you so much for reading this, Lori! And thank you for the review. JKR's story for the Marauders is desperately sad, isn't it? I wonder if she will give us more sometime, and if it will be sadder than we even think. I really wonder about Peter. Glad you found him all right, I had to tweak him a bit. And Snape, ugh Snape. I'm glad you enjoyed it, sad as it is. Thanks again!! ~Gina :)

 

Second Guesses by Acacia Carter
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 54]

Summary: Past Featured StoryNeville has got quite enough to be getting on with already, thank you very much, and this... situation with Luna is not making things any easier.

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Mental Disorders, Sexual Situations, Strong Profanity

Word count: 59949 Chapters: 18 Completed: Yes
Published:
10/14/11 Updated: 02/29/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 11/12/11 Title: Chapter 1: The Oven is Full of Pans

This first chapter is just lovely. Honestly, I adore your writing style. It's got such a funny, delightful sort of tone that I didnt' want it to end. I realize it hasn't, but I will have to wait till tomorrow to finish I think. But it's just brilliant. I love the way you wrote Luna just popping into his head sort of randomly, over and over. That felt so much the way real life is... you distract yourself for a moment or even an hour, but then your thoughts pick right back up with the the thing you were trying not to think about. For instance: "It was because she'd asked him to smell her. That's what was unsettling about the letter." I just think the pace and the style here is so right.

You Neville is just right. I've written him some myself but I think you've got him better than I did. It's hard to capture the sense of misfit-ness he always had and maintain that as an adult who has found a good degree of success. I like the way you found the middle ground there, and kept him so true to himself. He's just adorable, really. Luna's letter and Hermione's parts were all just spot-on with the characterization as well.

I thoroughly enjoyed this, and will read the rest very soon! ~ Lori

 

Key of the Door by Equinox Chick
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 9]

Summary: At the age of twenty, Ron Weasley has a good career, a wonderful girlfriend and a flat of his own. But when he wakes up one morning, shortly before his twenty-first birthday, nothing can quite dispel the gloomy cloud that's been stalking him.

Could a long lunch in the Leaky Cauldron rid him of this malaise?

This story has been written as a twenty-first birthday present for Hannah/Bob (coolh5000) who is one of the most wonderful people in the world.

Thank you to Natalie for beta'ing, Kara for the line about the Knight bus and Julia for the 'firecrotch'. (I hope you like Ron's revenge for the slur)

Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. She has the talent; I have the temerity to nick her characters.



Categories: Post-Hogwarts Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations

Word count: 6836 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
10/17/11 Updated: 10/17/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 10/17/11 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

*deep sigh of contentment*

For a moment there, I thought it might be MY birthday. ;) Oh, Carole, this is just pure love. Your George, your Hannah, your Harry, your Hermione, even that git Malfoy... your brilliance has made my morning. Harry's reaction was perfect. I've imagined the circumstances a bit differently, but Harry's reaction to Ron's leaving is always the same. You have mad skillz my friend.

Happy Birthday, Hannah! You absolutely deserve a fic this brilliant as a present! :)

Author's Response: Thank youuuuuu. I had fun writing this. I write so much Malfoy that can be sympathetic, so it's great to write from Ron's POV when Malfoy is still an utter git - ha ha. I have different versions of Ron leaving, too. (One in Shrouds which I doubt you'll ever read *sigh*)

Glad you liked Hannah. I wanted someone with a bitof spirit because whilst she was a flustered teen in her OWLS, she was a member of the DA and fought at the Battle. More importantly, we know she ran a pub - and that is one big old scary profession. There's no way she could have been a shy wallflower of a girl.

Thanks again ~Carole~

 

Incorrigible by Gmariam
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 16]

Summary: It's Halloween and the Head Boy and Head Girl are stuck in the greenhouses for detention. Will they escape the clutches of the deadly Devil's Snare…or worse, one another?
A lighthearted tale for Halloween, not to be read in the greenhouse.

Categories: James/Lily Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity, Sexual Situations

Word count: 6761 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
10/28/11 Updated: 10/28/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 11/05/11 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

James, Lily, detention, UST, crazy plants, magic... what more could I ask for? This is my kind of story--thanks for the delightful read.

Author's Response: You're welcome - and thanks for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed it. It just popped out all of a sudden and was great fun to write, although I did have to look up a lot about those crazy plants, lol. Thanks again! ~Gina :)

 

Harry's First Halloween by lucca4
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 13]

Summary:

It's Harry's first Halloween, but the raging thunderstorm prevents an overly eager Lily from taking him out to trick-or-treat. Instead, she, James, and Sirius spend one of their last carefree moments together.


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Happy Halloween, MNFF!


Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity

Word count: 1467 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
10/31/11 Updated: 11/02/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 11/04/11 Title: Chapter 1: 31 October 1980

Oh, I really enjoyed this, Ariana. What a fun evening you have portrayed here, and a normal one at that. Kind of ironic because I think Harry always wanted a normal life, and would certainly not remember something like this. *sigh*

Nice characterization and humor, and setting it a year away from what we know happens... you don't have to say much at all to make us feel the weight of the future and what is coming for all of them. I want this little snapshot to be canon. Lovely read!

Author's Response: Lori! Thank you for stopping by :). I'm so happy you enjoyed the story! I was hoping to portray a 'normal' moment in their lives, but I was worried after I submitted it that it might come across as too boring. And that's so funny that you mention Harry always wanting a normal life, because that's kind of what I was thinking of towards the end. It's sad, because he *did* at one point have a normal life, but it didn't last :(. Thank you again, so much for the review - it meant so much :) xx Ariana

 

Time To Go Home by Gmariam
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 3]

Summary: One man struggles with the holidays after the death of a loved one.

Categories: Post-Hogwarts Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Substance Abuse

Word count: 946 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
11/27/11 Updated: 11/27/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 11/28/11 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

I really liked this Gina. Arthur is too often neglected in fanfic dealing with teh loss of Fred. Beautiful. Love that Ginny resued him. :)

Author's Response: Thanks so much, Lori! I'm glad you liked it, even though it was very sad for Arthur. I don't think he'd really end up like that, but it seemed a bit obvious to make it George at the end. ;) Thanks again, I really appreciate the review! ~Gina :)

 

Walk Away by h_vic
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 3]

Summary: Lavender walks away time after time, and Dean is always there, but everyone has their limits in the end.

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Dubious Consent, Sexual Situations, Strong Profanity, Substance Abuse

Word count: 4292 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/06/11 Updated: 12/10/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 10/21/13 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Ooh, Dean and Lavender. Not a pairing I've considered much, but you sold me on it here. I think it likely that Lavender would crash after the war, even without Seamus' death (I will forgive you for this, eventually, haha), so that fit well.

I like the way you implied that there were feelings between them that lasted somehow from the Yule Ball all the way up to 7th year. It was believable, for sure, but I wondered how Ron fit into all of that. I can certainly understand why you chose not to go there in this one-shot, but the conversation in Dean's living room would have occurred only a couple of months after her and Ron's break-up, so I was just curious about all of that... especially when she was tempted to run away with Dean. Complicated, and I think that's a good thing. The hearts of 16 year olds are complicated, for certain.

The part at the Yule Ball where she hurt Dean by walking past him to Seamus felt just a bit off to me, as I think Dean would have known long before that about her saying yes to Seamus. I think even Ron and Harry knew that in canon, so Dean (as the best friend) surely would, don't you think? But that's a small issue and certainly didnt' hinder my enjoyment of the story.

I'm glad this ended well for them, though I think it could have gone either way. But I like Lavender and want to see her come around from the devastation of the war. I hate to think of her never trusting anyone again, not with someone like Dean there.

As always, your writing is lovely. Interesting structure as well, which I thought added to the power of the story. I enjoyed reading! ~Lori

 

Summary: Sometimes, the past reminds you of how beautiful the future really is.


*Winner of the Fall 2013 HP Fanfic Fan Poll Award for Best Ron x Hermione Drama/Angst. Thank you!

Categories: Ron/Hermione Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 1165 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/15/11 Updated: 12/15/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 12/17/11 Title: Chapter 1: We'll manage

Holy. Crap. Jess.

All this time, you've been saying what a git Ron is and how you don't like this pairing and occasionally enjoy killing him off and stuff (hehe) ... but Jess, for real, in this short little story of yours, you so completely get him. And that is not a compliment I hand out all that freely, to say the least. You've got just the perfect tone, and the perfect words coming out of everyone's mouths (especially Ron's), and how did you DO that when you don't even LIKE him? Seriously, this is so stinking good. Easily one of the best Romione's I've ever read.

This is brilliant. Just brilliant. Nice use of second person and the flashbacks... just, wowowow. LOVE.

Sorry for the incoherent review, but I'm just fangirling like crazy right now. (And taking notes.)

Happy Birthday, Emma!

Author's Response:

'Tis high praise, indeed, coming from the Canon Queen. I'll take that.

The thing is...I don't dislike Ron as a character; if I met him in person, I just wouldn't like him as a friend. I suppose I 'get' him, but he's just not my type. *coughstillagitcough*

Glad I could make you fangirl. It's not often I can win over canon shippers, so I'll take that, as well. :D

~Jess

 

Mistletoe Surprise by Gmariam
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 7]

Summary: I couldn't believe I had to chop down the school Christmas tree with Lily Evans. Little did I know she had something else in mind as well...

Categories: James/Lily Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 2824 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/24/11 Updated: 12/24/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 12/30/11 Title: Chapter 1: One-shot

Oh, what a fun little romp into the woods! I adored this one, Gina, and did not stop smiling for a moment! Well done!

 

D by ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 12]

Summary:

 

Over fifty brave souls perished during the fight that took down You-Know-Who’s regime. However, not all of the victims of the clash that ended just this morning set foot on the grounds of Hogwarts last night. Numerous family members and friends will be spending these next weeks not celebrating, but planning funerals while raking up the pieces of their lives and wondering where they are supposed to go from here.
 

One boy was lost and alone -- looking for a lifeline, crying for help. But is anyone listening?


This story was nominated for two 2012 Quicksilver Quill Awards: Best Dark/Angst Story and Best General Story.




Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Violence

Word count: 2771 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/27/11 Updated: 12/27/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 12/30/11 Title: Chapter 1: Dear Harry

Ooh, Jess, this is so good. I am not familiar with the song, but even on its own, I found this so ominous and sad. I knew he was going down, but wasn't sure he would end up dead. I hate to think of him taking his own life, but if he believed he'd killed someone, I can see it happening.

Nice job capturing the 14 yr old voice. I really did think at several points that it sounded just right, sort of depressed and optimistic at the same time (because Colin and Dennis were always so optimistic, or maybe naive?). Anyway, well done with that.

I admit I paused at the fact that Harry didn't figure out who this was, considering that fifty people is a lot of people but also not a lot, for someone as close to everything as Harry. And Colin would have been one of those who would have been right up in the front of his mind... and yet, I don't think you could have written Harry as knowing it was Dennis and still not responding. Harry would never have done such a thing. So anyway, just a little thing. :) Well done. This was such a powerful piece. I'm glad I stumbled upon it while it was still on the most recents. I hope it gets the reads and reviews it deserves.

Author's Response:

This story is a batch of complicated things and feelings all around. We all see who it is; it's so obvious when we think about it. However, the reason why Harry didn't see it until he was replying was because he really wasn't thinking overmuch about it. A lot of things are going on that go unseen but kind of have to be inferred.

For instance, Harry didn't read these letters over the course of time. Rather, he had a giant pile of mail from a bunch of people that he finally sifted through at last, and on Christmas Day — partly because it was the first day he truly had time to think about non-job things, and partly because someone (either Ginny or Hermione) made him sit down and read/reply before the pile overtook the whole room. So he's sorting through these letters in the order they came, reading one after the other, all from different senders, until finally he picks the one to reply to. Remembering the troubled "D", he goes for that one first. He reads, comments, and finally...you know the rest.

Here's how the shooting actually played out. The Prophet guy got it pretty much right; Dennis had instinctively reached for his wand when he saw the shopkeeper and the gun, and his Shield Charm was enough to deflect the bullet back on the shopkeeper. While Dennis was staring in horror at what he'd accidentally caused, the shopkeeper was able to get a second shot off, and that one didn't miss, as Dennis wasn't prepared for it. Rather a pathetic way to die, but such is the way of things. 

As I said, a jumble of things that just pile up on poor Dennis until it eventually kills him. He didn't have it coming; he didn't see it coming. Hence why the world tends to suck, because this is the story of many a troubled youth across the world, only with a bit of magic added in. :/

Anyway, glad you could appreciate it. I really recommend the song for a listen. It's beautiful and terrible all at once: beautiful because it was so well done, and terrible because it had that air of something that could easily happen. 

Thanks for the review, dear, and good luck deciphering my rambling brain wittering, hehe.

~Jess

 

Christmas on the Outside by Equinox Chick
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 9]

Summary: Past Featured StoryAt the age of five, Dean Thomas experienced his best Christmas, made memorable by the man who would become his stepfather. Twelve years later, he is bereft of his family with only a handful of near-strangers to keep him company. Will he find any Christmas cheer?

This is Equinox Chick of Hufflepuff and this is my story for the Great Halliday Challenge - prompt 2 Christmas at Ground Zero.

I am not JK Rowling. She is sublime; I merely beg crumbs from her fanfiction table.



Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity

Word count: 4581 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/27/11 Updated: 12/27/11


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 01/01/12 Title: Chapter 1: Christmas on the Outside

Wow, Carole, this is just so lovely. Missing moments from canon are probably my favorite kind of story to read, and this does not disappoint. Wonderful characterization of both Dean and Ted, and really Dirk as well, who I've hardly ever considered at all. I really felt like I was there at that campsite with them, and I appreciate the responsibility and generosity you've given Ted here. I do think he would have been looking out for Dean.

I liked the football connection and the time they had together to play for awhile... especially considering how all of this ends for Ted. :(

If you hadn't told us who Dean's love interest was, I would have pestered you on AIM until death! I had it narrowed down to two, and one of them was the right one. I suspected it couldn't be the other, as your head canon for her is quite solidified. ;) I won't reveal more here in case potential readers are scanning your reviews before they read (as I sometimes do).

I'm rambling. I did love this, and will drop it right into my favorites. This little story is now part of my head canon for this time period. Lovely stuff.

Author's Response: Hey Lori, thank you. Missing moments are a favourite of mine, as well. I like exploring something that could have happened if JKR had been able to write another 50 books - LOL. OHH, interesting that you narrowed his love interest down to two. I think I know who you thought it could be, but you know me too well, I suspect. This is actually compliant with Orphans of the Storm which is my vague head canon for Dean and Seamus, too. That's still unfocused, though. There was one other person I nearly had as his love interest, but ... hmm ... without revealing too much, I think the fact that this person was in a different house, and the thing with this girl started up pretty quickly, meant it had to be who I made it in the end. (Is that mysterious enough, O' people who haven't yet read but are scanning reviews first - ha ha - like Gina)

I wanted to write a gentle story about their life as fugitives that wasn't about fighting off Snatchers everyday, but mirrored the Trio's in its mundanity but without the horror of the horcrux. I'm glad it wasn;t boring because I thought it might be.

Thank you. ~Carole~

 

Glass by xxbabewithbrainsxx
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 12]

Summary: Past Featured Story

It’s New Year’s Eve, and it’s the Potters’ turn to host this year’s party. Lily Luna Potter, however, has no idea that they are trying to set her up with a certain someone, despite the fact that Lily already has that certain someone, though her family doesn't know that...

This is babewithbrains of Ravenclaw, writing for the Great Hall-iday Challenge 2011, Prompt Three -- Operation: Mistletoe.



Categories: Next Generation Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity

Word count: 3653 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/28/11 Updated: 01/05/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 04/22/13 Title: Chapter 1: New Year's Eve, 2029

I wasn't sure I could be sold on this pairing, but you've managed to convince me quite easily, Soraya. :) I think so much of how one views a cousin pairing is cultural. It's definitely squicky over here, but I really enjoyed your version of it with Lily and Louis.

By beginning with that very sweet (but not saccharine) scene involving the mascara, you drew me in and made me smile and got me on board with this pairing immediately. It's playful and sexy, and just a good, original way to show how much sense they make together.

The party was fun, and I enjoyed how everything unfolded. Lily was understandably frustrated at everyone's efforts to deciper her mood and/or set her up. Am I right in thinking that Hermione had it figured out? I hope so. She hid her own feelings for so long she would certainly know the signs. Another reviewer mentioned that Roxy would likely have figured it out, but honestly, I wonder if the idea would simply not be on her radar. Because the cousin pairing is so unusual (enough so that Louis is as nervous as he is about coming out to the family), I doubt she would have even considered the idea of them as a couple at that point. Anyway, nothing in the fic struck me as unbelievable at all, is what I'm trying to say.

I don't read or write very much next gen. Only if a writer I like has written it do I really check it out much at all, and I think the reason is because there are so freaking many of these next gen kids, and they are all in these scenes, and they tend to blend together for me. Sometimes I can't even keep straight which kids came from which Weasleys (not counting trio kids). So it becomes tedious and it just doesn't appeal to me. I only say that because you've really managed to avoid that problem in this. THough several of the next genners are in and out of these scenes, you managed to give each of them a unique personality or quality and keep them distinct. Really nice job with that, Soraya. I particularly liked Victoire, and the idea that she and Lily are close. Lily has a bit of her mother's spunk here, too... I loved that she told Victoire in spite of knowing Louis didn't want anyone to know. She didn't exactly "come out" to everyone, but she didn't totally keep that secret either.

Apologies for not be a better reviewer, but I wanted you to know how much I enjoyed this. I will check out the others in this series eventually, I hope. Take care, and happy writing. ~Lori

Author's Response: Loriiiiiii! I am so sorry for replying late. Preparing for exams has meant far less laptop time, and I don't think a rushed response would have done your fabulous amazing lovely review justice.

So first, can I just say, thank you SO MUCH for clicking on this story. I wasn't sure if it was because it was featured or just because, but I am really happy with the receptiom this story (amd the others in the series) has got so far, although I certainly don't deserve so much copious praise. *blush* I also am very much aware of how certain pairings are taboo/squicky in certain places. Even in England, it may be legal, but that doesn't necessarily maen everyone likes it; many, many Brits I know really are uncomfortable with the idea or at least regard it as strange to fall in love with your first cousin. Knowing how it's not exactly the most conventional pairing over the pond and yet you still read the story therefore makes me happy :)

Yayyyy, I'm really glad you liked that opening scene! :D I will admit I had my reservations about it because it's maybe a bit unconventional, too, so I was really happy to see you thought it was sexy :P I'm also really pleased you liked the party and my portrayal of Lily, especially, as you say, her frustration at everyone to decipher her mood. (I won't lie, that was kind of taken from personal experience and my own family :3) You are totally right in that Hermione had worked it out because, well, Hermione is Hermione, and she doesn't miss a trick. (Except when it comes to Ron -- LOL.)

I agree that Roxy is unlikely to have figured it out because even in Britain, it may be legal to marry your first cousin, but it's still not common or anything, so it's hardly likely for her to just suss it out like that. Yay to believability :)

I think this wasn't my first foray into Next Gen, but I definitely consider it my first "good" foray into NG, if that makes sense. There are a lot of kids, especially those who aren't even mentioned by name in the books, so I can see why you steer clear of the cat most of the time. But I do like the possibilities at all these children as well as Scorpius, Lorcan and Lysander, because there is really no right or wrong in terms of characterisation. I'm really glad you liked Lily's spunk here because yes, it definitely comes from Ginny, hehe, but also from Lily Evans Potter.

And yeah, I wanted her to have told Victoire because of that exact raeson -- she didn't want to keep it a secret and also felt she had to tell everyone for her own sake. Having a secret relationship is hardly fun, imho.

Don't be silly -- your review was fabulous! Seriously, I got this just after a disastrous dentist appointment and it made my day so much. Thank you so much, Lori, for the lovely review, and happy writing to you too :D

Soraya xxx

 

To Kill for Her by h_vic
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 3]

Summary: 'You'd die for her. I see it in the way you look at her. You'd kill for her. You wouldn't do that for me, would you?'

It ought to be a rhetorical question, but for Michael Corner suddenly it isn't.

This is h_vic of Hufflepuff writing for the Inaugural Great Hall Cotillion

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Sexual Situations, Violence

Word count: 1523 Chapters: 1 Completed: No
Published:
01/23/12 Updated: 01/26/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 10/20/13 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Ahhh, this is not finished. I have to admit, I was a bit lost after finishing and unsure how to review, but then I clicked back and saw that this was only the opening chapter! Well, that explains everything, doesn't it? :)

I like the set-up here, and I'm just so sad for Tracey. I think it must be the worst feeling in the world to know she isn't the most-loved, but I admire her for calling him out on it instead of just going along. Carole's point in her review is well-taken, but I think it would be much more pathetic of her to pretend his love was as strong as he claimed it to be. This is just one of those cases where love isn't going to be enough. Because he does love her, I think. Just not enough, not the say he loves Lisa.

I will certainly have to look into your other fics about these characters. I know I've read and loved WEAT, but I don't remember the others, and I think it would make me appreciate this that much more.

I have no crit really, as this is unfinished. Without more though, it's impossible to understand what is going on in the last section. It's frightening though, and the writing so compelling... he's obviously killed someone, but who? And was it to prove he would kill for Lisa, or for Tracey? Poor Michael.

Not sure if this is abandoned, or like so many of mine, just appearing to be. Hahaha. :) I do hope it is the latter. I always love reading your stuff, Hannah. Well done. ~Lori

 

Summary: Neville and Hannah make several life-changing decisions. Luna helps, too.

This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw writing for the Great Hall Cotillion

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 3991 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/05/12 Updated: 02/11/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 02/12/12 Title: Chapter 1: The Professor and his Landlady

This was a nice read, Neil. Neville/Hannah has become a close second to Ron/Hermione for me of late, and I like what you've done here. My favorite line, and a concise summary of who Luna is: "The best thing about Luna was the same as the worst thing about Luna, it was her brutal honesty." Well said. Good luck in the challenge!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review, Lori. Neville/Hannah proved to be a lot of fun, especially with Luna in the mix too. Hannah is no fool. You've done an Ernie/OC peice I believe, I must check it out. good luck to you, too.
Neil

 

Last Man Standing by Gmariam
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 5]

Summary: Charlie Weasley is sitting at his brother's wedding when he meets a beautiful reporter covering the nuptials. Daphne Greengrass is more than she appears, however, and he finds himself quickly entranced. Is she interested in him as well, or is he just another story?

This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for the Inaugural Great Hall Cotillion Challenge.

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 3995 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/06/12 Updated: 02/06/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 02/09/12 Title: Chapter 1: One Shot

Aw, poor Charlie. :) And he's such a charmer here, to not get the girl. Then again, not sure he really needs one, you know? I usually want a happy ending, but this wasn't so much UNhappy either. She got what she wanted and he went on with the life he likes. It's all good.

Lovely writing, Gina. I particularly liked the George/Charlie relationship here. It's not one that its often explored, and you gave it a nice spin. Well done!

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the review, Lori! I know what you mean about Charlie. I think he's gained the reputation in fanon that he is what he is and happy to be on his own. Maybe it was one too many heartbreaks, who knows. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you so much for reading! ~Gina :)

 

Predictions of Love by Equinox Chick
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 6]

Summary: For the past twelve years, Sybill Trelawney has lived a sheltered life cloistered in her rooms at Hogwarts. But with the arrival of Gilderoy Lockhart, her thoughts turn to love.

But the competition for his heart is fierce. Will Sybill find love with the dashing professor?

Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. Neither am I a writer of Mills and Boon.

Thank you to Kara (karaley Dargen) for being a fabulous beta. More thanks to Alex (welshdevondragon) for linking me to a certain romantic story.

This is Equinox Chick from Hufflepuff writing for the Great Hall Cotillion.

Categories: Humor Fics Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations, Substance Abuse

Word count: 5978 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/06/12 Updated: 02/06/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 02/06/12 Title: Chapter 1: Predictions of Love

Oh, Croll, how well you write humor! I was grinning from ear to ear from the first paragraph. You really captured Lockhart perfectly--what a self-involved prat! And Sybill is hard to feel anything for, at least to me, and you managed to have me cheering for her. I'm so glad she decided she wasn't THAT desperate, in the end. LOL. Loved his breathing and the bald spot and he turned her stomach. Hehe.

I think the best thing about this fic is how you fit such a light, comedic piece into the serious canon issues that were going on around them at the time. I love the idea that Sybill, kook that she is, does have real predictions... and you used that well here.

Thanks for the fun read, friend. Keep 'em coming!

Author's Response: Thank youuuu. I did LOL a lot when I wrote this. I nearly hammed it up even more, but with that Basilisk thingy haunting the place, I thought at least Charity would say something. Then it occurred to me that Sybill did occasionally make accurate predictions ... Shame they were directed at the wrong person. *sigh*

Thank you again and glad I made you laugh. ~Croll~

 

Too Late, Too Soon by hestiajones
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 7]

Summary: When he thought it had come at last, what struck Remus about the end of his youth was the abruptness.



DISCLAIMER: I am not J K Rowling.

Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 887 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/08/12 Updated: 02/08/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 02/11/12 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Oh, this is just heartbreaking and beautiful. There is just something so weighty about Remus, even when things aren't so bleak. *sigh*

I really loved the unusual structure of this Natalie. It felt almost more like a poem, but not too much. My favorite part was Remus in the room so still, and the references to the persistence of the sunlight--it's a theme I always go back to in thinking/writing about grief. And the bit you wrote about him wishing for rain... wow, that so put me in mind of that song from Les Mis called "A Little Fall of Rain." Have you heard it? You should listen. It's heartbeat is similar to that of this little story.

Lovely.

Author's Response: There is just something so weighty about Remus, even when things aren't so bleak.

Exactly why he came to my mind that night when I needed to angst. :( Thank you for the lovely review, Lori. I need to check out "A Little Fall of Rain" now. :)

 

Coup de Foudre by Equinox Chick
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 8]

Summary: Fleur knew from the first that he was different.

One look. A glance suggesting possibilities.

A look that changed her life.

Un Coup de Foudre - A Lightning Bolt - Love at First Sight.

Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. I am, however, eternally grateful that she created this couple.

I am Equinox Chick and this is my ... um ... fifth entry in the Great Hall Cotillion Challenge thingamigig.

This is for Natalie because she nagged me to write this pairing. :)

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 2607 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/14/12 Updated: 02/14/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 03/02/12 Title: Chapter 1: Coup de Foudre

Ah, canon romance. Carole, this is so fantastic! I love that the mishap with the steak happened, and everyone had to act normal. Haha. Loved your Fleur so much, and Bill is always divine.

Really, really enjoyed this fic! ~ Lori

Author's Response: THANK YOUUUUUUUUU! I'm so pleased you liked this story, Lori, because I so loved writing it. Bill and Fleur do make me sigh - so beautiful together. *beams* ~Carole~

 

Picture of You by ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 9]

Summary: Past Featured Story

A photograph and a slew of memories were all that remained of Remus Lupin's schoolboy romance with Marlene McKinnon. But she was gone, and he gagged on all the things he never said.

This story is dedicated to the gorgeous and always-inspiring Equinox Chick/Carole/Croll of the Dungeon. May your minions never stray in their worship of you. It was inspired by a rather gorgeous song by The Cure, called Pictures of You.


This story has been nominated for a 2012 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Marauder Era.




Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Character Death

Word count: 1179 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/17/12 Updated: 02/17/12


Reviewer: WeasleyMom Signed
Date: 05/31/12 Title: Chapter 1: Hold for the last time, then slip away quietly

Oh, Jess, this is just beautiful. Sometimes I forget how much I love Remus as a character, and then I read something tortured and lovely like this, and I remember.

It's interesting that you chose to make Marlene have that strong sense of right and wrong, idealism bordering on naivete. Not only does it fit, but it seems likely that this would be the kind of woman Remus would fall hard for. I hated that she left without the assurance of his love--so heartbreaking. And I literally gasped when he ripped the photo. Impulsive Gryff. ;)

Beautiful, beautiful stuff here. So glad I found it.

Author's Response:

Yay! I love Lori reviews! I so rarely write anything that falls into your reading patterns that I love when I can write something that fits the angst bill for my tastes but also attracts other readers. Having a lovely banner doesn't hurt. <3 Nadia.

Well, when I wrote this, Carole was going through a rough time and had a particularly bad day, and to exacerbate things, she got a nasty response to a review that ruined her day. That's when I busted out The Cure. I trawled through maybe 30 songs, but when I heard this one, it was perfect. As I listened, I got this mental image of a photograph being torn in half, and I just *knew* it was going to be Remus. The rest just kind of fell into place.

I wanted Remus to fall for someone who deserved him, and it sucked to have to kill her, but Marlene was always going to die and this ship always doomed. To me, it seemed a bit too forceful a reaction for Remus to refuse Tonks; there had to be something that happened before that burned him and made him wary of letting anyone close. Poor guy. :/

Anyway, thanks for the visit. I'm glad you liked the story. <3

~Jess

 
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