Summary: The seven women who loved Harry Potter.
I LOVE IT!!!!! I cried through the entire thing and laughed at the end! Great job! love it love it love it!!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you liked it :)
Summary: Everyone has a birthday, even Severus Snape.
Hot toddies? LOL I love it! Good job on this chapter! Looking forward to the rest!
Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much for reading and liking what I've done. Of course, I must thank JK Rowling for creating a gem of a character for me to play with.
Love it! Very Good!
Author's Response: Thank you so much; I wasn't certain if it would be well received or not.
Summary: To Dean Thomas, it seems like the rest of the wizarding world is moving on with their post-war lives while he remains stuck in the past. But a near-terrible action shows Dean than perhaps he is not as alone as he thinks, and that with the help of the people close to him, he may eventually be able to move on.
Sunshine spilled down onto the small grassy spot through a window in the tall trees. She stood a couple of yards back, staring at eleven letters cut into rock. It was beautiful, and yet, to Hermione’s eyes, nowhere near a worthy enough tribute for a life so full of rambunctious joy.
*Tears* and smiles!
Author's Response: Thanks!
Summary: Life with the Potters is always interesting. What emergency could haul Deputy Head Auror Harry Potter from his bed in the middle of the night?
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!
Author's Response: Thank you, thank you, thank you (-;
Summary: Weeks after his sixth year at Hogwarts has ended, Draco is forced to live with witches and wizards he was once taught to despise. Everyone must accept him, however, under the order of Dumbledore who has so generously welcomed him to the good side. As relationships are questioned, everything Draco once upheld is changed, beginning with the Mudblood whose first name he never cared to pronounce before.
I like it! Waiting for more!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm hoping to put up the second chapter soon. I hope you'll like it!!
Summary: By their third week at Hogwarts, Fred and George already have a reputation for mischief and mayhem; the only thing standing in the way of perfect pranking is the complexity of the castle itself (not to mention a certain insufferable brother). But when the twins happen upon a piece of magical, mysterious, and ill-mannered parchment, they may end up in rather more trouble than they bargained for. How will those two wily Weasleys earn the trust and unlock the secrets of the Marauders Map?
Awesome!! This is going to be a great story! I love Fred and George! I always wanted to know how they came across that map!!
Summary: "before Harry, before Hermione, before Hogwarts..."
Ron reflects of families lost and families formed.
Love it! It's good reading stories that don't have the perfect fairy tale finish to it. You really hit Ron on the head with this one!!
Summary: By time Harry meets him in book 1, Snape is a bitter, cold man. But what if his life had taken a different turn earlier? What if, before he had a chance to lose his best friend, he found out other people - girls even - could like him?
A bit of Snape!Fluff, although not as fluffy as some. There is some allusion to past sexual activit/innuendo, but nothing happens other than a kiss.
aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh. This one left me all smiley!
Author's Response: LOL! Thanks! I appreciate knowing that, and thanks for taking the time to tell me!
Summary: Formerly titled 'From Wading to Redemption.'
Ron leaves. Ron returns. Ron saves me from Malfoy Manor. Ron and I descend together into the Chamber of Secrets. And, finally, Ron Weasley comes to understand S.P.E.W.
You've heard Harry's side of those stories -- but don't you want to hear my side?
Hermione's Point of View. Based on events in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
EDIT: This story, which was written almost a year ago, is undergoing a sort of Spring Cleaning. In other words, I am revising and resubmitting the chapters to take care of the things that now make me cringe. Rereads and new Reviews are welcome!
Very good! for half a second I was dissappointed that the cup didn't put up a fight with Hermoine like the locket did for Ron, but it makes sense that it didn't b/c she really didn't have any issues like he did!
Author's Response: Yeah, I was pretty sure it would behave for Hermy. She doesn't have jealousy problems like dear old Ronald.=)
I mean, out of all the Horcruxes, we only see that the diary and and locket had a LRIPMs...Little Riddle Intimidation Protection Mechinisms. Hee hee. =D Oh, and the ring was cursed. But there was no Riddle pop out to scare Bumblebee. I mean Dumbledore... Haha.
Very good! Can't wait for more!
Author's Response: Thanks! The next chapter is waiting to be validated!
I love it! I feel I repeat myself over and over with these reviews, but I really like this look into Hermione's thinking!
Author's Response: I do not mind the repetition. It makes me go fuzzy inside, lol. Thank you for reading, and thank you for reviewing and making me feel awesome. =D
Hell hath no fury.......I love it! Can't wait to see more!
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. DH is my favorite HP book, mainly because of all the wonderful Ron/Hermione fun!
Summary: After receiving an alarming amount of owls regarding Harry the summer after his disastrous fifth year, Professor Dumbledore decides to pay the depressed teen a visit. On the musty old steps of the Weasleys' cellar, they discuss Sirius, the prophecy, and how best to avoid tickling a sleeping dragon.
Wonderful! I too thought Book 6 was just a little two neatly started. You portrayed him how I thought he should have been acting after losing Sirius!
Thank you so very much! I'm glad you enjoyed the story as much as I :)
Summary: In the many interviews since the fall of Riddle, Harry has been asked one question more than any other. This time, his answer is a little...different.
Author's Response: Thank you so much!
A note was discovered in the aftermath of Harry's capture at Malfoy Manor. It's sweet, it's romantic, it's...complete fluffy rubbish.
What will happen to this heartfelt missive? Will it find its intended recipient, or will it be lost in the wreckage of Voldemort's former occupation?
Very Good! I like Draco here, it shows alot more to his character than just being self absorbed!
Why thank you. :)
I seriously debated whether I should even submit this or not, as I don't have much of a history of being kind to Harry and Ginny (you know this pretty well, lol). But I do feel that I owed them something nice, and as an avid H/G shipper had a birthday coming up, and I was bored at the time, this was the product.
I know that Draco has a conscience, since he didn't kill Dumbledore and never would have, and that conscience would've aggravated him after Harry kept him from going to Azkaban. This is, however, a neat little cop-out of actually having to do something awfully nice. :D
Thanks for reading/reviewing, and have a great rest of the day!
P.S. - The Epilogue of The Vindication of James Potter is in the queue right now, and it should come out soon. :)
Summary: Hermione Granger was a plain, nerdy eleven-year-old girl, anticipating the start of high school and a new beginning to re-invent herself. Little did she know that her 'new beginning' would be something else entirely that she'd never consider in her wildest dreams.
Love it! Makes me smile!!
Author's Response: Thankyou!
Everything was beautiful, and Hannah felt calmer than she had all day; she felt all of the unsettled thoughts beginning to find their places in her frazzled mind.
I would love for you to know that I absolutely LOVED THIS! I'm sitting here crying like a baby! Happy and sad all at the same time, but mostly happy! GREAT JOB!! LOVE IT LOVE IT!
Author's Response: I'm glad you were able to connect with it... thank so much!
Summary: Cho won't be bearing the name of Chang much longer; it's the day before her wedding, and as she arrives at the little church her fiance has picked, she realises that she's been there before. Tucked away in a quite corner of the churchyard is a grave that she hasn't visited for many years.
This is Sapphire at Dawn of Gryffindor writing for Madam Pomfrey's One-Shot Triathlon, Round Two. This is for prompt number three.
That was very sweet!