At age fifteen, Regulus Black became sole heir to the largest fortune in Wizarding London. At sixteen, his abnormal intelligence won him entry into the most notorious cult of Dark wizards on earth. At seventeen he made a mistake – one that he would never be able to take back – and his entire world came crashing down.
Enter London, 1979. The story of a boy who managed to defy Voldemort at the height of his regime. But what price did he have to pay?
I just read the entire story today and my mind is BLOWN. You have such a talent with words. The story was gripping and well-paced. Amazing.
Summary: Over the course of eight chapters, this story will capture fragments of Teddy Lupin’s early life, where Harry tells him about his parents and tries to help him understand who they were and why they died.
Final chapter is up!!!
Please do continue. It's written beautifully.
Author's Response: Thanks very much, I'm glad you are enjoying it! I've just submitted chapter six there, so fingers crossed it will get validated without any problems! :-)
I've been following this story almost since the beginning. Really well done. The characterization of everyone was perfect. Please keep writing.
Author's Response: Thank you so much, I really appreciate the review and the fact that you followed my story! Don't worry I will keep writing, but unfortunately this is the final chapter of this story, I had debated about whether or not to carry on with Teddy in Hogwarts, but then I realised that doing so would take from the aim of this story, mainly that Harry helps him understand who his parents were and why they died, and I feel I have done that, and to carry on with Teddy in Hogwarts would take from all that, if that makes any sense at all... That said I do have a few other short story fics and a couple of one-shots which will be appearing very soon. I have a short story that I will submit in a day or two and hopefully it will get validated and everything, so keep an eye out for that. Thanks again for the review, really appreciate it, it's nice to know you liked my story. Thank you so much :)
Summary: Ms A Cadwallader wishes to improve herself and apply for a better job. Unfortunately, despite her impeccable qualifications, she is thwarted by a certain Junior Under Secretary for the Minister of Magic, who has let it be known that basic spelling errors can never be over looked.
This story, written in the style of a series of letters, first appeared in The Battle of the Genres over at the SBBC forum.
I am not JK Rowling. She would probably have been more amusing.
This story is for Minna because it was her birthday and she likes this pairing.
Thank you Natalie for liking the drabble and encouraging me to expand.
Winner of the Best Humour QSQ in 2012 - GOBSMACKED!!!
This is a lovely one-shot! Nice idea of how Audrey and Percy got together.
Author's Response: Thank you very much for the review and I'm really glad you enjoyed the story. :) ~Carole~
Summary: Into my heart an air that kills*...
Nine-year-old Lily Evans's world is singularly un-complicated. That is until a certain trip to the playground with her sister. Could the sallow, stringy boy be right? Could she really be a witch?
*denotes a line taken from A.E Housman's poem of the same name.
That was really good!
Author's Response: Thank you :)
Summary: Ron wasn't always afraid of spiders, you know. Then, one day, everything changed. He was only three.
Author's Response: thanks :-)
Summary: Lily Luna Potter's letters home during her first week at Hogwarts. Letters come from Harry and Ginny, Ron and Hermione, Bill and Fleur, and George Angelina and Roxanne.
Author's Response: Thanks :)
Summary: The remarkable story behind Griselda Marchbanks' enigmatic reference to all those things Albus Dumbledore could do with a wand.
My god, this was so funny. Cleverly done!
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you found it funny since that is exactly what I was going for. Thank you so much for the review! I appreciate it!! ~Gina :)
“I haven’t seen you this hot and bothered since Marlene, you know. Reminds me of our schooldays.”
Sparks are flying between Remus and Tonks, however much Remus wants to deny it. When Sirius notices, he tries to persuade Remus to do something about it.
Written for prompt #5 of SPEW 007: Juggling.
Two of my favorite characters in a chat! Love it. Sirius is adorable!
Author's Response: Thank you very much! Sirius and Remus are definitely *my* favourite boys, lol, and writing banter between them was lots of fun. I'm glad you liked it, and yes, Sirius is adorable <3
Summary: Ron and Hermione have a normal married life, complete with the good and bad moments: they have the small fights, the passionate kisses and every other thing that a normal marriage consists of. They can handle anything together and a slightly sick son is no problem at all.
But then it becomes a big problem. Hugo is not just ‘slightly sick’ anymore. He has something bigger and much worse than anything Ron or Hermione could ever imagine. And that is when the normalcy of their marriage truly begins to be tested as their ‘small fights’ no longer remain so.
Will they get out of this without any permanent damage, and most importantly, will they get out of it with two children instead of just one?
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff house writing for the ‘Bonded’ prompt of the Great Hall chapter challenge. Nominated for the 2013 QSQ awards in the best canon romance catergory!
I loved it! Ron and Hermione's struggles were so realistic and their reactions and fights are so true to how the canon characters would react.
Author's Response: Yayyy! I just get happier and happier each time someone appreciates the characterisation, because that's the only thing I'm truly apprehensive about. Thank you! I'm so glad you enjoyed the story! :)