Heyy, I'm Alex (and yeah imma girl) I'm 17...and I love writing, reading, music and horse riding :)
I like alot of different music, mainly alternative, pop punk, electro etc
I want to write as a carreer one day, and I thought this would be good practice as I'm a Harry Potter fan too :)
I love you. I love you. I love you. And you know I would never waste those words. I would never say those words if I didnâ€™t mean them."
This is the letter Alphard Black is reading at the breakfast table with his sister Walburga watching him very, very closely.
Why did Alphard Black leave all his money to his errant nephew Sirius?
Might it have been because the letter he read one morning in the early fifties was from a Muggleborn?
Very interesting story, a good development of a character most people have never really given much thought to
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing :) I'm glad I managed to get character development across in an one-shot :)
Summary: "Pettigrew... that fat little boy who was always tagging around after them at Hogwarts?"*
Did Peter Pettigrew constantly tag after his superior friends? Or was he in fact equal to the reckless, confident Sirius Black? Perhaps they were more alike than anyone could have guessed...
* indicates line taken from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
That's really sweet, an interesting idea really...never thought of the Sirius/Peter angle before. It could of been really cliched but you wrote it really well :)
Over fifty people died at the Battle of Hogwarts. There are dozens of stories of loss, betrayal, heroism and sacrifice. These are some of those stories.
Nominated for: Best General (Chaptered) story – Quicksilver Quills 2011
I like the idea, but Luna sounds very very young here. Of course, she does have strange views...but personally I would of said from the little she does say, her articulacy levels are alot higher and I would expect her thought to be alot more fluent. The idea is a good one though, and the last two chapters were very well characterised x
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Luna’s voice is difficult to capture (for me, anyway). Re-reading this, months (a year?) after it was originally written, I find that, to some extent I agree with you. However, Luna rarely uses long words, her gift is more for simple, if unnerving, statements. -N-