I live in Adelaide, Australia but I was born in London, England. I like watching tv/film, reading and writing, listening to music, going walking and cycling.
I'm obsessed with Harry Potter, Futurama, Horatio Hornblower, voice acting and certain fine actors. You can find me as Loz on CoSForums...
Summary: A look at how Voldemort really feels.
I think the words "severely" and "disturbing" would go well in a description of this entire fiction, but especially this second chapter. Luckily I like my humour severlely disturbing. Good work.
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He knew, now, that this agony would not cease until he had obeyed his new master. He couldn't bear it anymore. He raised his wand in the air and, through gritted teeth, whispered, "Crucio."
Through a series of meetings, find out why Snape joined the ranks of the Death Eaters, and why he eventually turned away from them.
I like this story. It's very involving and seems extremely true to the series.
Author's Response: Thanks, Loz! :D
Summary: Harry Potter is given a diary, and the result is the ability to write about summer with the Dursleys. Harry takes his anger and pain out in the only way he can, by being grimly humourous. He's an outcast, he doesn't belong, and he never will.
Inspired by a quote from Charles Dickens' David Copperfield --- “What meals I had in silence and embarrassment, always feeling that there were a knife and fork too many, and those mine; an appetite too many, and that mine; a plate and chair too many, and those mine; a somebody too many, and that I!”–
I am so sorry! I accidentally reposted it. I'd edited now, so the real part is there...
Summary: This tale of the teacher whom everyone loathes,
Accounts for his anger and elegant clothes.
It dripped through my mind when, too scantily cloaked,
I got caught in a rainstorm and throughly soaked.
WARNING: Despite the glints of humour, you will need a handkerchief.
This is so beautifully bittersweet. Very fairytale like, in the true sense of fairytales. I love your description and the flow of your writing. I especially enjoyed the well placed and timed authorial interjection. Probably a thousand people have said this, but you are a very talented writer.
Summary: Hermione describes her Ron troubles in this series of hilarious journal entries, notes passed in class, and lists. And...Mrs Norris is a duck?
NOTE: This was written quite some time ago, in my younger years. It was my first story...which should explain a lot.
Hey! This story is really cute. A lot of the time you capture Hermione's voice perfectly. I laughed very much at "how" Ron transfigured Mrs. Norris, and the "this is what I should have said"/"this is what I said" part.
Even though I understand why you did it, I'm not sure it was good putting in a diary entry of Ginny's though. It really brought me out of the story and distracted me.
Overall, very nicely done. Continue please?
Author's Response: The story was originally a bunch of different people's journal entries - when i went back and fixed it, I forgot to take out that one from Ginny. Continue reading!
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Updating once every week or two won't work so much on this site... people tend to look at the 'recently added' page and read what's there. Probably best if you update twice every week, if you can.
And I'm not just saying that because I want to read more. :)
Author's Response: Well, I shall try my best to keep the updates pouring in. There's one in the que as I type. In the end it's all up to my revision speed and the speed of the admin. Thanks for tipping me off.
Oh! Nice set up.
You have a really great writing flow, and I like your characterisation. I am looking forward to reading more.
Author's Response: Thanks. I'm revising chapter 2 right now.
Ooh, it was good seeing some of the old characters :D Professordom!
Something I noticed before but really hit me when I read this was that you have really interesting names for your characters.
Very cool. Thankyou.
Author's Response: www.oxygen.com/babynamer - That's how I named most everyone except Jasper, Cy and Anne...and Julian too. I got that name from Julian Lennon. A couple names I stole from a friends D&D characters. Anyway, thanks for reading again! :D
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I love the way you've set the story up... but I have a feeling (not just because of the category) that things are going to get worse for poor Harry.
I love Lupin. He's so insightful and supportive. Poor Harry :(
Snape is pure evil. In your story. Not in mine :p.
Meep! The secret!
Angsty Harry is so gorgeous but I wish he wasn't quite as mean to his friends. Though I understand why he is.
Excellent story. I like rereading it.
Author's Response: Thank you Loz :) And I agree, angsty Harry is gorgeous. :p
Summary: A satire/crossover of Tom Riddle's story and 1950s Teen Agnst movies like Rebel Without a Cause and I was a Teenage Werewolf. Seventh-year Tom tries to deal with bullies and rejection while slipping deaper into resentment and despair. This could be cross-classifies as Dark/Angsty as it's less funny "haha!" and more funny "huh?"
This fiction amuses me greatly. I don't know anyone but you who would think of combining these two types of text.
Author's Response: It's because I'm crazy only with a k instead of a c. Thanks for reading.