Hello all, I am Kaitlin the Magnificent (or Kitty or aopt, depending) come to infiltrate this website and force all to endure my fanfiction! Which isn't all that bad...
For you who may recognize the penname, I am also angelofplottwists on deviantART, fanfiction.net, and Veritaserum. I am angel of plot twists on Gaia and the Kingdom of Loathing, and aopt on Livejournal.
Interests? I write, and my book is soon to be finished, and hopefully published. A preview can be found on deviantART, along with complaints as to why I only put that part up. I draw (badly), write and read fanfics (Remus/Sirius is my favourite pairing for Harry Potter), eat, sleep, go to Tae Kwon Do, and enjoy drama.
Um...that's about it. In case you still haven't guessed (name could be a clue) I am female. I live in California and (try) to speak the Queen's English, although it's hard when no one else does.
A note: I will eventually be submitting a story which is a collaboration with a friend. I'll say it's not solely mine, but bear in mind that it may not be the only collaboration on here. That is all.
First story up!
That was awesome. I loved it, even if it didn't have the normal load of angst I normally read. Good job.
I've read the whole thing - this is amazing. I'd never considered what form Remus' Patronus would take; this was a beautiful exploration of that concept.
That was beautiful. I love how it came from Tonks' perspective and combined childish innocence with Sirius/Remus love. I can't think of anything to work on.
One error I found: Romulus and Remus was a Roman legend (the foundation of the city of Rome). Other than that, the story was excellent.
Hoe sweet! I didn't quite understand Sirius' last comment before he kissed Remus...oh well. Beautifully written, and excellent job capturing the characters. 10/10.
Author's Response: lol thanks! I'm glad you liked it!!!
This was interesting...I can't wait to see what Remus will think; there's two of him!
Ooh, this sounds like a great story! I am incredibly intrigued...by the way, who exactly will said slash involve? I must admit, I am partial to several MWPP era slash relationships...
Author's Response: Thanks! I will include Sirus/Remus slash later, hope you like that!
This was very nice. I noticed there were a few lines that while the syllables were in rhythm, if said aloud, they sounded odd. For example: "There could not be a better sight to my work-wearied eyes." Not to rewrite your poem or anything, but one variation to make it flow better might be "No better sight could be before my worked and weary eyes." Besides a few lines like this, your poem was excellent, and the imagery was excellent.
Author's Response: Hey, that might work! I've been too lazy to try and figure something out to fix those lines.
Hmm. I didn't understand it at all until I realized I was reading the fifth chapter...but very interesting!
Author's Response: Ah, but did you read the rest of it? And did you like it? Those are the important questions, aopt. I suppose I should put the link for the first chapter, right? I'll have to figure it out first, though. Oh well. Thanks for reviewing!
hey, this story seems familiar...XD
Author's Response: Really? I wonder why....*grin*
Brilliant! As far as I can tell, the emotion is right...I liked how he's afraid of forgetting everything, and then all the memories, and...yeah, well, I pretty much liked all of it. It's nice that you write in a free verse-esque style, because the ones written too fixedly often come out sounding forced. Another good element was how you let the reader know who it was about with mentioning names.
Author's Response: I'm so glad you liked it! I wasn't sure if I should mention the names in the summary, but I'm glad you thought it was a good idea. Thanks for your review, the next installment will be up after Christmas probably.
Pretty good...you had me worried for a minute! The story was a nice touch, too. It was a little predictable, but otherwise good.
Author's Response: Well, I'm a little predictable myself too. When you say the story you're refering to Eldreda's story, am I correct? If that's the case I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for the review!