Summary: Teddy Lupin has a great life. He is newly married to the love of his life, Victoire Weasley, with a baby on the way. He has a large and devoted - if unorthodox - family who he loves and who loves him. And most important, he has never known the fear and uncertainty of war.
But that all changes in the blink of an eye when he stumbles upon a piece of information that nobody was meant to find. Kidnapped and lost, Teddy will experience first hand what his godfather gave everything over two decades before to keep him from, and he will have to find trust in himself and in those most would label his enemies, as from the outside, the ones he loves race against time and prejudice to face a threat that was long ago foretold.
Who's the new werewolf?
Actually, don't tell me. I like the suspense.
This story looks delicious. :D
Author's Response: Thank you!!
Summary: Robert Henson was one of the few to notice Hermione Granger’s strange disappearance at the end of primary school. It is ten years since then and he has given up on solving her mystery, when he stumbles across the truth by accident...
First reveiw! :D
Ooooh. Interesting. I don't think I've ever seen a veiw of the Wizarding World quite like this. I liked the little thing about him being sort of in love with Hermione. It was, I think, an interesting twist, and made me wonder if he was going to fall in love with Hermione again and leave Mandy. Fun to read.
I did find it a bit odd that Rob would be thinking about Hermione still after so many years,however. But I really like the story!
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing so quickly! I'm glad you liked his perspective, I had always wondered what it would be like to be a Muggle and someone from your class to just disappear. I had Rob still thinking about Hermione because she was mysterious. That's why I made it clear that it was over the time that he didn't see her that he became more interested in her. I wanted it to be that he sort of thinks of her occasionally, because his mind likes order and he wants everything to be logical. I hope that makes sense, but I understand that you thought it was a bit odd too. Thanks for reviewing!
Summary: A poem set during Sirius Black's time in Azkaban.
Eeeelllizzzzaaaabbbeeettthhh!!!! I love your poem. :D My favorite lines are probably
Summary: For decades he has been known as Knockturn Alley's most notorious go-to wizard. Renowned as a first-class potions master and prized by crooks and Dark wizards everywhere for his discretion and endless contacts in the wizarding underworld, he has only ever been known as 'Charlie'. Yet when a mysterious new Dark wizard calling himself Voldemort begins to send waves throughout wizarding Britain, Charlie finds himself befriended by good and evil alike. As his carefully constructed world begins to disintegrate and the battlelines are drawn, this old hand suddenly finds himself at the center of a growing reign of terror, in which his every decision could mean life or death.
A huge thank you to my wonderful beta, Sapphire at Dawn, for both reading my story and exchanging countless emails to help me hammer out all the little details!
Awesome. I love the part abot the rain, especially the last line-- "It should have been raining." It just gives the whole prologue an ominousous feeling it wouldn't have otherwise.
Author's Response: Thanks Megan! That was the mood I was aiming for, so I'm glad that's what you took away from it. :)
Summary: The Second Wizarding War is at its peak. What does it look like to an observant seven-year-old Muggle boy?
Wahhhhhh! Poor little kid. I wonder... He can see witches and wizards. Does that mean he's a wizard? My only concrit is that I wonder if he's able to make tea and read the paper yet. But otherwise, great story! It's a very good snapshot of what life is like for Muggles under Voldemort's reign. I think you could take this and make a good chaptered fic with the boy a little bit older and this scene perhaps a flashback. (That is, if you think Voldy won in this story. I'm not sure what the plot would be if you keep Harry triumphant.)
Author's Response: I see what you mean about the reading and tea, but he's a really observant kid. Glad you enjoyed it! ~Midnight Storm
Summary: Everyone knows that Fred dies. But what does George think when he finds out?
Poor George. Poor Fred. You did a great job on this-- just the right amount of heart-rending emotion. I think you got everyone's reactions down really well. I nearly cried, and I never do that.
Author's Response: :D Thank you so much! I feel honoured that I nearly made you cry.
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?
This promises to be a fascinating study of mercy, justice, and humanity. :)
Author's Response: Thanks, that's what we were striving for. -N-
Summary: Fred and George make their way through life with purpose and passion, fearing nothing.
This prose poem was written for the Random Song Challenge in Poetry Anyone? It came second!!!!!
Thank you Julia for setting such inspiring challenges.
Disclaimer: I'm not JK Rowling.
To my delight and surprise, this poem won the 2012 QSQ for Best Poetry. Thank youuu.
That is really really good. And really bittersweet. :)
Author's Response: Thank you very much. The reaction to this has both excited me and rather shocked me. :) ~Carole~