The kitchen at the Burrow has six occupants, Harry, Ginny, Ron, Hermione, Molly and Arthur. The youngsters look nervous. Arthur suspects that they are up to something. What is going on inside…
The Mind of Arthur Weasley
Author's Response: Thanks -N-
Over fifty people died at the Battle of Hogwarts. There are dozens of stories of loss, betrayal, heroism and sacrifice. These are some of those stories.
Nominated for: Best General (Chaptered) story – Quicksilver Quills 2011
excellent chapter and I believe very true to the charecters.
Author's Response: Thank you. -N-
This was a really strongt chapter. You did a great job and brought tears to my eyes. I love reading Tales of the battle.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. After the next chapter (which I had difficulty in placing within the story sequence) there will be several chapters dealing with the height of the battle. -N-
Summary: A look at moments of Ron and Hermione's life through the years. The narrative alternates between their two POV.
For those of us that wonder what Ron and Hermione's life would be like through the years.
great job... i'm really enjoying these.
Author's Response: Thank you!
In the dead of night on Christmas Eve, Molly Weasley sits alone in her kitchen, reminiscing about recent events. She isn't very festive this year, and nobody can bring her out of her funk.
When a mysterious caller arrives in her dreams, Molly is taken on an adventure she would only think of in her dizziest daydreams. Will this be enough to liven her up?
I am ravenclaw1997 of Hufflepuff writing for prompt four of the 2010 Great Hall Christmas Challenge on the Beta Forums.
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Author's Response: Thanks a ton! I'm glad you liked it. The next chapter was written horribly, and my beta and I are currently figuring it out. It will be up before Christmas, though, as that is when the contest ends. Thanks for reviewing! ~Manda
The locals in a sleepy corner of the Cheviot Hills are surprised to discover that they have new neighbours.
Who are the strangers at Drakeshaugh?
Nominated for: Best Post-Hogwarts (Chaptered) story - Quicksilver Quills 2011 and
Nominated for: Best Post-Hogwarts (Chaptered) story - Quicksilver Quills 2012
A good start.
Author's Response: Thanks -N-
When the magical world meets the Muggle world, who do the Auror Office call on?
Nominated for: Best Post-Hogwarts (One-Shot) story – Quicksilver Quills 2011
I think you did a great job with this story, it does not read like a fan fic. its almost like it was written for televison.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I was aiming for a "tv cop-show" style - I'm glad you liked it. Perhaps, if the pilot gets good ratings, there will be a series ;-D -N-
Summary: As Lord Voldemort and his Eeath Eaters approach Hogwarts, those within the castle walls prepare for the attack. Friends and families share what they understand may be their final moments together.
No matter how many times i read this, each time i end up with tears. great job.
This is well written and the story is believable. Charecters stayed true to how they were originally written. Points for making me get teary eyed at work.
Summary: Christmas is coming and there is a lot to be done. When the Potters offer to look after the Charlton kids, Annie and her mum meet Harry’s biggest friend.
Perfect timing! I was just re-reading Beard-Hunters the other day and was wondering if you were going to give us readers a christmas treat.
This story was very well done. I loved hearing it told through Annie's pov. And I must admit, Santa-Hagrid is now one of my favorite Hagrid descriptions- right next to FurryFace from Tales from the battle.
Great job as usual
Thanks for the review.
I’ve been rereading Beard Hunter prior to posting it on another site, and I’ve made a few tweaks. I supposed I should upload the edited version here, too.
I really should have given The Last Marauder some credit, as it was her(?) rather darker story “Why I’m Afraid of Spiders” which emboldened me to write from Annie’s perspective. In fact, I will.