It started with a Christmas visit and his father's question. "If you patrol during the day, who takes the night watch?" Charlie's search for an answer leads to his discovery of a nocturnal keeper named Nadia...and a thirteenth use for dragons' blood.
I loved your story here, and I absolutely love your writing! I was wondering if you write anything besides fan fiction, because if you don't, you should seriously consider it! The best to you.
Scorpius had never looked forward to anything the way he looked forward to leaving Hogwarts with Rose. He planned a holiday with no friends, no family, and nothing to do but be together—until a tampered Portkey changed their destination.
Nice to read... as always. My name is actually a reference to the Bloody Jack series, which I recommend if you enjoy some-what historical fiction. Anyhow, I'm wondering what happend with Lucius and Scorpius, and am waiting (slightly impatiently, as I am quite often) to see what has transpired from Scorpius's view. I am glad that there are people like you that take the time to write these stories.
In parting: Best wishes again. Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day... I couldn't help but think of this.
Catch a falling star reminds me of the beginning of the film Never Been Kissed. Classic! I've never read Bloody Jack or the other books in that series. I'll have to look them up in the library. Have you ever read Capt. Hook: The Adventures of a Notorious Youth?
Scorpius' pov chapter has posted, so I hope I'll "see" you soon! :)
Such a wonderous story! I enjoyed the "brave man" reference also. To share a little bit of myself: a brave man once wrote to my heart "Everyone loves a sunshiney day, but when a cloudy day comes along, remember it's the rain that softens the ground and it's the wind that strengthens the roots." May we all be strengthened by our cloudy days...
Your portrayal of Scorpius and Rose has been absolutely splendid, and I hope this little review could encourage you to update soon.
In parting: should we not converse again, good days be to you, may joy follow you, and may we all be able to bend to the wind of this world, to not break, to be able to stand strong in a bright new day.
Rest In Peace, brave father, my inspiration in cloudy days.
Thank you! I love your pen name. Is it a reference to Mr. Faber's Amazing Talking Head?
May we all be strengthened by our cloudy days is a splendid sentiment. I'm more likely to sing, "Rain, rain, go away." Thank you for the good wishes. They reminded me of a benediction. I hope we will converse again. I'm almost finished with ch 14.