I'm just a girl, not much to tell. I hope to be an author some day, so I'm starting now!
After a few months of writers block about A Black at Heart I am finally writing again. It shall be finished in a few days and up shortly!
- A Letter to Anyone; A chapters story about Rose and Scorpius
- Bedtime Stories; I don't want to give this one away!
- Narcissist; Title should be self-explanatory
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.
This is an amazing story. That took me a week to read! You're a really good writer; I wish I could be as good as you. I loved it.
Excellent story so far. Granted there are a few spelling and punctuation errors here and there, but I still love the story. I can't wait to see what happens next, so please update soon!
Author's Response: Sorry for the grammar/spelling... it's not really my strong point o.0 But I'm glad you like the story and hopefully chapter 12 will be finished soon! Thanks for reading and reviewing =]
This was a good chapter. I like how Lily pet James and Sirius when they were in their animal forms; I would totally do that if I was her. I'm excited to know what will happen next!
Author's Response: How could you resist two fluffy marauder-animals! I would pet them, too! I'm glad you liked the chapter and thanks so much for reading and reviewing! =]
I take a deep breath so my voice won’t shake.
“What would you do if we died tomorrow?”
He takes a step away from me, but still keeps me in his arms. “What?”
“What would you do if you knew that we died tomorrow?”
“What kind of question is that?”
“Don’t give me that, James. You know that we are going to die soon. There is no point in pretending that we aren’t.”
James and Lily have a conversation two days before Halloween.
This is such a sweet story. It's one of the best I've ever read. I love love love all the details about Harry; he sounds way too adorable. This story is really perfect (with the exception of one misplaced comma, but that doesn't matter).
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I think baby Harry was adorable as well. I was a little worried about him, because that's the only baby that I've written, and probably will ever write. Oh, could you tell me where the mistake is? I would really like to fix it. Thank you for reading and reviewing. :)
I love this story, and I completely forgot about it until recently. Please update frequently!
Author's Response: Unfortunately, I'm no longer very active on this site, so I probably won't complete this story (never say never, but still). Sorry about that! Life is just too busy right now! Thanks for the kind words, though.
I love stories that revolve around Voldermorts parents. This is really good! I loved it. It is well-written and interesting.
Author's Response: Thank you very much!
Great chapter, I can't wait to see what will happen next! The only thing bad I can say about it is that the plot seems to be moving a but slowly, but other than that it's really good. You're an excellent writer.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. You’re right, this story stars slowly with relationships and the main part of the plot has hardly even begun. N
Excellent chapter. Thank you for finally updating!
Author's Response: Thanks. I don't intnd the next one to take so long. -N-
Great story so far; I can't wait for more!
I liked this story. It was short, sweet, and simple. Good job for your first story!
Growing up fully immersed in the early sixteenth century English aristocracy, all Anne Boleyn ever wanted was the chance to make her own choices. When she is suddenly thrust into the magical world of wizards and witches, her life is forever altered.
The seventh son of a seventh son sifts through papers on his desk in the Headmaster’s Office. His cousin, the six son of a six son, toils in the shadows bring his brethren down. They both know that the support of Anne Boleyn will be essential.
This is the tale of Anne Boleyn, her efforts to preserve justice in the face of adversity, and her influence on society that continues to this day.
At the beginning of this tale, one may wish to note that Anne has five fingers on her right hand.
Everything is not what it seems.This story is down for revisions. You can still read the prologue, though.
Really good start so far. I've always been fascinated with Anne Boleyn and her story. And I like that the lion's name is Bijou.
Author's Response: Thank you! It fascinates me, too. Peace, Virgil
I put off reading this story because, I'm ashamed to admit, the title didn't sound interesting. I should have known better; everything you write is spectacular. I've really enjoyed reading this! I hope you have the next chapter for it up soon.
And am I the only one hoping that Henry turns out to be a wizard? That would be perfect. I know he and James would be heartbroken if they had to separate.
Author's Response: Hi.
You're the first person to comment on the title. I wanted this story to have a sense of place, and I wanted something that sounded a little old fashioned. Once I decided on the location (near the Drakestone) and came up with the name for Harry and Ginny's new house (Drakeshaugh) the title came naturally. At the time I had this vague idea about an entire Drakeshaugh series. The Drakeshaugh Dragon is complete, and I'm thinking about Christmas at Drakeshaugh, but whether there is ever another Drakeshaugh novel, I've no idea.The next chapter is proving a little problematic, but I hope to get it done soon. As for Henry. I did not plan to make him a wizard, and I haven't changed my mind. But, I never say never.
I love this story. It's perfect. That's all I can say.
Author's Response: Thank you very much, Miss B! I'm glad you liked it so much! ~Annie
Perfect storytelling, as always. I had hoped their heir would be Teddy. I love the way you described him; he sounds like such an adorable child! You should write more about him.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review.
I should write more aout Teddy, and one day I will.-N-
There goes my heart, it is broken in two.
But anyway, overall good story. There are little things with odd punctuation, a few mistakes, but not much. What I do recommend is looking up the correct uses of ellipses and dashes.
Moving on, I loved this. Good job.
Author's Response: I hope your heart can heal. Thank you so much for your review! :)
I'm going to practice my editing skills beyond copy-editing to content-editing and be completely honest in this review. Frankly, the way this is written, it seems more like a meaty head-canon than story. That said, it could have potential as a great story of it were expanded. As it is, it is just an explanation of things, there is no plot in it. This could serve as the introduction chapter of a true story if you wanted to write more on it. You could expand more on the relationship between Molly and Andromeda. Give them some dialogue, an actual moving scene. Conflict, plot, and action, you know? I really think more could be said about this. It's nice so far, but I do think you should add a second chapter.
Author's Response: I appreciate the comments. I know exactly what you mean about the story lacking a true plot; that was intentional. I saw it more as a character study of Molly post-war than something driven by an outside conflict. I've had a few comments about the length and have considered expanding it. If I do, I'll keep in mind what you've said about expanding on the relationship between these two women. Thank you for reading! ~ Megan