I am a 14 year old girl from Minnesota.
If you hadnít already figured this out, (by the fact that Iím a part of Mugglenet,)
I LOVE HARRY POTTER!
Some Books that I like-
The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling
The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins
Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine
Impossible by Nancy Werlin
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd
y mucho mas
Favorite subject in school- English
Least favorite- Math
Favorite Movies- Anything Disney Pixar
Other Facts- I love The Sound of Music, I am the oldest child in my family, I run Cross Country for my high school, I am super scared of spiders, and I love rain.
Also, I love reviews, (who doesn't!) They make me very happy! If you want to make my day, take a few minutes, or less, to write a review:)
I have one poem posted and one coming!!!
Guess What!?I just posted my second poem. I'd really love to hear what you think:)
I just posted my first one-shot!!!
I really enjoyed reading this one-shot even though it almost made me cry:(
It is touching and very well written. You portrayed the characters and scene very well.
Rose was a Weasley. She never gave Scorpius Malfoy a second glance. They were sworn enemies, even though they’d barely even spoken to each other. But sometimes all it takes for love to blossom is a Potions lesson, a few snide remarks and a dropped book.
Two people. Two entirely different worlds that are suddenly intertwined.
I really enjoyed reading this story. I loved the way you portayed all the characters. Keep it up!
awww, baby Harry sounds so cute. That was a sad story though, especially at the end when you said "cold late-October air" because we all know what happens at the end of this October:(
really nice story
Author's Response: :( Yes, we all know...*sniffle* The story of Lily and James is just so very heartbreaking, but I wanted James to have a good day with his son. I wish Harry could remember it. Even if it isn't really part of his story. ;) I'm glad you liked it, keara96. Thank you so much for reviewing.
I've always loved Dobby as a character. This poem is really well written. Being someone who likes to write and read poetry I know how hard it is to write a good rhyming poem. You did an awesome job. Very vivid imagery also:( Great Job!!!
I absolutely love the Sound of Music!!Great Idea to make a Harry Potter version, I love that too:) You did a nice job of keeping to the meter of the song.
Small correction? In the fifth stanza, fourth line, is the first "s" supposed to be an "a"? Hope you don’t mind my nitpicking.
Anyway, a fun and well written poem:)
Thank you very much for your review. Forgive the delayed reply but I've not been onsight for a long while. Glad you enjoyed the song, though I can't see the error you're referring to. Probably means it's written just the way it's supposed to be, but I'm grateful none the less for your vigilance. It could easily have been a mistake, and heaven knows I make my fair share of them!
Merry Christmas to you too!
Thank you very much for your review. Forgive the delayed reply but I've not been onsite for a long while. Glad you enjoyed this random spot of Luna-ism and I hope your own festive season was a great one too :)
I really enjoyed reading this story. It was a creative and original idea and very well written. I liked how you returned to the present at the end of the story. Good Job:)
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. Mmm, the end caught me by surprise. I was going to leave it as a jokey light hearted end, but then I thought about the veil itself and how it was possible that Petunia still had it. I think deep down she loved her sister, but why she left it so late to show Harry, I don;t know. *sigh* Carole
One day, her father sees a name on her class list, and the whole story comes out. What will happen when Iris enters the Wizarding World?
Disclaimer: I am about as likely to own Harry Potter in the next century as I am likely to own a house on Pluto. (in other words, not remotely likely.)
I read this right when you posted it a while ago, but didn't review then. It's good so far. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of this. Please post the next chapter!!!
Author's Response: Hi Izbit. I'm glad you're waiting with such anticapation... I am, too. Teh plot is being difficult. I actually wrote the next chapter, but since it didn't really work with the plot, I discarded it. I have yet to finish fixing it... :/ But it is coming, albeit slowly.
It was short but very meaningful.
There was a lot of emotion put into a small amount of words.
Nice job, Megan!
Author's Response: Thanks! I think I do better with short poems. They ussually turn out more potent. And I can never seem to make the stanzas match in longer poems.Thankee for teh reveiw, Elizabeth. :D
wow, what an amazing poem! I loved your choice of words, although I will admit that I had to look a few up in the dictionary:)I was going to add to this review what my favorite lines or stanzas are, but I can't seem to choose!!!You are an awesome poet. Keep writing.
Author's Response: Thank you for all the good things you said. He he he. I'm happy you liked it - it's a poem that I'm a bit proud of. :)
Well written and very sweet. I always like reading more about Teddy. The characters were all very real and loveable. Nice job and Merry Christmas!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I appreciate the compliments. I'm really glad you enjoyed this story, especially if it is about a character you like - I haven't written about Teddy much I'm glad it worked. Thanks for leaving such a nice review, I really appreciate it! ~Gina :)
very vivid! Your description was really great. I was confused by the ending too, but I read some of the other reviews and your responses and now I understand:)
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing! I'm glad you liked it. They say, whoever "they" may be, that writers should show instead of tell. I hope I showed you what it might feel like to teeter on the edge of madness. Or maybe I just really like the room that a bit of ambiguity leaves for the reader to move about in.
Really good so far. I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: Thank you; glad you liked this...Chapter 2 on the way =)
I need chapter 3!!!:) This is good so far. I'm excited to see what happens next. Small correction: I believe "Pomphrey" is supposed to be "Pomfrey."
Author's Response: Thank you for your review! And Pomfrey... LOL. I actually knew something was wrong, but wasn't able to put a finger to it. :p Thanks! I'll correct it. Chapter 3 is in progress... :)
Awww:( you just made me love Draco even more. I feel so bad for him. You make him seem like such a sweetie, very innocent, and just misunderstood. It seems like most stories I've read here have portrayed Draco in this light. The books never really said how he turned out. Did he stay on the "dark" side, or change his ways? I personally like to think the latter.:) This is a really nice one-shot. Good job!
Author's Response: I'm so glad you enjoyed reading this! I have to admit that I adore a bit of a soppy Draco, it just seems more likely that the other other Slytherins would like him if he were nice, and his bite only being for those who hurt him. Look out, I'm in the process of writing a sort-of sequel to this, as soon as as it's finished I'll submit it, I hope you'll enjoy that one too! Much thanks for the review :)
Awww:) That was a cute and funny story. I perhaps will think differently of Crookshanks and Mrs.( or should I say Madam) Norris now. This is a really creative idea for a one-shot. I can never seem to think of good plot idea like this. I don't usually like animal stories, but I enjoyed this one. I liked your characterization of Crookshanks. You're a very good writer. Keep it up.
Author's Response: Thank you! I feel like I can't come up with plot lines that could even come close to J.K. Rowling's, so I like to stay away from her main characters and write short asides with the minor characters.