Hello. Welcome to my measly little author page.
St. Dymphna, pray for us...
I've had a lot of time off from the site because of RL personal issues, but I've missed you all.;)
Doesn't let me type much here, lucky 4 all of us....
3 upcoming works: 1 ambitious "Literary"( I hope ) novel Lucius/Narcissa
1 Dark and angsty short story about Maudelaine Johnson, a Muggle-Born turning 11 in 1997...
And this is random: Also a lame, low, petty "revenge" crossover fic of Summer of My German Soldier & Hogan's Heroes to obviously be published elsewhere. If anybody from proboards Fairy Tale Forum wants to say hi, I'm gypsysnowwhite.
Thanks for Reading. You guys taught me what fanfic could be and never to lower my standards...
Summary: Molly Weasley knows all about chess. Yet she sees not what is right across the battlefield. Love is the only thing that may distract her long enough for a checkmate...
Kind of funny...because it's realistic. I enjoy romance that's realistic. Not my favorite story ever, but pretty good for next generation. I'm sorry, I'm pretty cynical sometimes. It's just when I was in high school you literally could not walk into the school without seeing somebody snogging, and it annoyed the heck out of me...I was enjoying Molly's perspective because it sounded similar to me. Until...oh I didn't completely unenjoy it but I'd better hope that Lysander is serious, because if he's not, and I was Molly, my heart would break. Overall, the tone and writing style were faultless.
Author's Response: Thank you. I liked writing Molly's perspective because I used to feel disgusted when I saw people kissing and until the boy I liked kissed me I swore I would never kiss anyone. Thank you!
Summary: There's always someone who you're always going to make excuses for, isn't there?
A HP poem.
All reviews receive a response!
Who is it? My guess: "I" is Harry, "You" is Sirius. The more I think about it, the more this seems right. I really like this. I think this is how Harry feels about Sirius in Order of the Phoenix, how he's learned more about Sirius's past of teasing Snape, and Sirius's recklessness and other faults seem to be made more apparent. But, Harry consistently forgives Sirius and is willing to risk his life for him...Now I will read other reviews to see what other people thought.
What Allegiance means to Lucius Malfoy.
I am so busy, but if you keep publishing these poems advertising your story, I might give in and read it. ;) This was a great poem, rather creepy and sad at the same time.
There's a Who song that goes "No one knows what it's like to the bad man, to be the sad man, behind blue (or in this case gray) eyes." I don't think Lucius would consider his life sad, but that's good in a way, because if he sat around considering how wasted all his efforts have been, he might AK himself (which wouldn't make loads of readers sad, but Scorpius would cry).
I hope you will break down one day and read my Scorpius and Rose stories! Until then, I'm glad you read this poem! :)
Summary: It didn't seem fair to Seamus Finnigan that, whilst his friends were dead or damaged by their their seventh year at school and the Battle, so many Slytherins just got to carry on with their lives.
His efforts to redress that balance though got him in over his head in something far darker than he'd anticipated.
This was great! I have added it to my favorites--I haven't read something this good in a long time. I thought all characters were extremely well-characterized, especially Pansy. Seamus seemed extremely believable as well. Probably one of the best depictions of the post-war wizarding world I have seen; both plausible and surprising, and in my opinion, that is one of the most important components of any good story. It had both plot and drama, like you said it wanted too. There was never a dull moment reading this, and the ending satisfied me. The only thing I would change is a few typos and grammatical errors, but they don't really matter too much when the story is as good as this.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. I always find it hard to believe that the war will have magically solved everything, just because Voldemort's gone, so it seems a lot more fitting to me that people will be damaged and things will be messed up.