I love sports, ice cream, nutella, and J.K. Rowling. Without any of the above, I don't think I could function properly :). I am an addict to fan fiction, almost to a fault...my favorite stories to read are romances, preferably with James and Lily....something about them, just gets me every time. I don't like AUs or dark fics, they usually confuse or depress me, but basically, any fiction that is well written appeals to me
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
loving this story :) it's hilarious! extremely well written.
Author's Response: Thanks, I'm glad you like it. -N-
"strangling the English language" - that was my favorite line! Although the whole thing was quite brilliant. Wow. This is such a great story because of its originality, but it can be completely true to canon. GENIUS!!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Henry is certainly capable of violent abuse of the language. Jacqui sees and reports everything, even though she doesn’t always understand what she sees. -N-
Summary: Ginny Weasley is about to play her first ever professional Quidditch Game. Why aren't her team mates ready?
awwww! This was an incredibly entertaining story. Loved its creativity!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. -N-
Summary: Unspeakable, Michael Corner, is researching time, events, and probabilities. While testing his newly-invented RANDOM system, he stumbles upon an unspeakable possibility. Former supporters of Voldemort, all acquitted for their crimes, are dying of so-called natural causes. Intrigued by the possibility that these events might be connected, Michael investigates farther. But what he discovers will test him and raise questions that all his probabilities cannot answer for him.
What is justice? And what is unspeakable cruelty?
Deep. Intriguing, and though I seriously question the protagonist's mental stability, I can see how he thinks he is doing right. I see his 'justice', though I do believe that killing, in any form, is not justice. Life in prison, maximum security, something like that, would suit me better. But I could understand, very clearly, the protagonist's motivation. I liked the story a lot!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Your concerns about the protagonists mental stability are justified. I agree regarding judicial killing, although I can't speak for my co-author. Which is one of the things which made writing this so interesting. -N-
Summary: Five years after his experience in the Vanishing Cabinet, Graham Montague is a different man: a man still struggling to recover, to live, to love. Yet a chance meeting with a young singer at a bar changes him in more ways than one...
Written for the Rainbow Challenge in the Great Hall by Gmariam of Ravenclaw.
hi :) I wasn't sure what to expect exactly when I started this, and I can say it surprised me how much I liked it! Very original, with a good plot and an unhurried story, Well done!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you took a chance and read it, and I'm really glad you ended up enjoying it! It surprised me at times as I was writing it, lol. Thank you so much for the lovely review, I really appreciate it! ~Gina :)