I'm in abad mood now.... I wish they were still dating. And it was all over green beans.
Author's Response: Hahaha, don't worry! Things turn out all right. But they WOULD fight over such a stupid thing...
Awww, it's so romantic. Which is exactly why I don't get how I like it. But really, you are an amazing writer and love your stories. A few chapters back, when there was so much Emma and Tyrone trouble, I practically considered writing a fanfic on a fanfic. Just kidding. But seriously, if you can make me like romance, you have a gift.
Author's Response: Hey ,if you feel like writing a fanfic of a fanfic, feel free, haha. Especially if you send it to me. I already miss my characters. Thanks a bajillion and twelve... I actually hate romance, too, and I'm a really unromantic person, but I did this story as part of a challenge for writing a story inspired by "Pride and Prejudice," and as an English lit major, I had to do it! The only way to get me to write a romance story is to have Emma, who hates romance even more than I do, narrate it!
Yay! They got back together. I absolutely love your writing. By the way, that's a lot of profiles. Please write more future generation stuff, it's the best.
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I'm not sure I'll ever write more future gen... I do have a story planned out ,but it's really long and complicated and surprisingly dark, so it'll probably never actually happen. But I'll always love these goofy characters of mine.
I loved the entire trilogy so much i nread the whole thing in about a day.People probably thought that I was acting just like Jordan. My favorite character was probably Emma: she's pretty, but fierce and loyal. More girls need to be like her. When Haley started writing to LEE, it freaked me out and i skipped to the back and checked to make sure that it really wasn't a horcrux.I just want to commend( I must be channeling Jordan, I used commend) you on a great job.
Author's Response: Hahaha, thank you so much! And I love the references to acting Jordanesque. Luckily, I secretly love people like Jordan, so that does not bother me at all. :) I like writing Emma, too, but it's probably a GOOD thing that there aren't more girls like her, because that would be TERRIFYING, the world would probably implode! (Have you read Pride and Prejuiced Plums? It's from Emma's point of view, and quite silly.) Thanks once again! :D
Wow. I love your story so much, but I can't stand all the cliff hangers. Update soon please!
Author's Response: Haha, cliff hangers were an invention for writers designed to make their readers go insane! They're my best friend, particularly in this story. Thanks for reviewing, I'll be updating shortly! :)
On a stormy October evening, a letter, a late night trip to the library and a secret conversation lead Lily Evans to discover that there are several mysteries in her life that only she has the capability and the inclination to solve. The first mystery is James Potter – what could turn him from the arrogant, could-care-less boy that she had previously known to someone withdrawn and far away? Then, perhaps more troubling, there is Esther Collins, the fifth year who has vanished without a trace. Furthermore, one of Lily’s best friends, Izza, is seeing a mystery boy and Lily is determined to know who.
Then there is the threat of war, backstabbing friends and NEWT’s. A disinherited and emotionally battered Sirius Black is the source of heartache for his friends, except perhaps Izza, who, with her own terrifying family, might just understand him. Lily’s closest male friend, Remus Lupin, is hiding a dangerous secret from her. Peter’s girlfriend is screwing him over, and the whole time Lily is struggling to stop the people she loves from coming apart at the seams.
I love the story, but you use "thousand- watt smile' alot. Maybe try a different way of phrasing it.
It's good, but try and make your chapters a liittle longer.
Author's Response: Thanks!
Again, I really like it, but it seems fast paced. Also, does Harry realize that he has a sister?
Author's Response: Nope. Doesn't have a clue. :)
âYou and I, we'll be young forever!â *
After a long, interesting, sweltering summer the Marauders are back for their sixth year, and they feel as though their teenage lives have only just begun.
James has been pursuing Lily for years, and he sure as hell isn't going to give up now. Sirius might actually be falling in love (though of course that can't be possible, can it?), and Remus is struggling with problems in his own family. Meanwhile, Peter has to decide how much worth he can put on friends who he will never live up to. And then there's Lily Evans, a girl who's starting to fall for the very man she swore not to. Diana McKinnon, her best friend, keeps finding herself staring at a certain grey-eyed Gryffindor, even though every piece of logic she has tells her that he's trouble.
But even though there's the looming danger of NEWTs, pranks, oily Slytherins, and physical education, a much bigger problem has presented itself. The Marauders' sixteen-year-old world isn't the safe place it used to be. There are rumors of danger and dark magic throughout the school, and of a powerful dark wizard named Voldemort. The Gryffindor sixth years have to decide where their true allegiances lie and how much they are willing to sacrifice for a war that seems impossible to win.
*Title and quote taken from the lyrics of Katy Perry's summer hit Teenage Dream.
Note 3/26: Ok guys so I know that I haven't updated in forever, but I promise I'll finish the story! I'm struggling with some stuff, but hang in there, I haven't forgotten.
Lots and lots and lots of love, Olivia
It's really good. This is my first marauder story, so i'm glad I picked yours.
Author's Response: :) :) Thanks, that means a lot to me. (Not to just be all sentimental. It really does) ~Olivia
I still love it.
I loved 'Anyone who smiles that much has to be suspicious.' It was so Sirius.