I love two things: Harry Potter and writing. I am also an aspiring author, and I am honored to do fan ficion for J.K. Rowling's wonderful series.
Regarding relationships: I do them, but only canon ones (e.g. Harry/Ginny, Ron/Hermione, etc.). The only non-canon ship I like is Neville/Luna (and even that got a bit in the movie, or so I heard...).
Hope you like my stories!!!
Summary: In sixth year a ball is upon Hogwarts. Harry desperately wants to ask Ginny, but will he have the courage before it's too late? An H/G and R/H one-shot. Review please!
I like it!
Summary: Luna Lovegood, Hermione Granger, Harry Potter, Ronald Weasley, Neville Longbottom and Ginevra Weasley go to Sweden for a heroic hunt of the Crumple-Horned Snorkack
I like it. Especially how much it sounds like one of those Middle Ages poems--it adds to the charm--and how Neville proved himself a hero.
Summary: It's Christmas at the Burrow. Ron and Hermione finally admit their true feelings for one another.
A/N This is a Christmasy one shot since it is the season.
Great story. My favorite part was the end, with the misletoe incident, the announcment, and then everyone yelling "FINALLY!" This was really a clever way of how Ron and Hermione could have gotten together.
Summary: When Lily signs up for private flying lessons, she expects to be taught by her best friend. Instead, she gets assigned James Potter as her private instructor. Can they stop arguing for an hour so Lily can learn how to fly? Everyone deserves a chance to fly, but can Lily conquer her fear of heights and learn how to soar? Most importantly, can she learn how to love the man she least expected to? One-shot songfic to "Defying Gravity" from Wicked
Great job on the story. The chemistry between them...brilliant.
As for Monica, she was very funny. Also a little boy-crazy.
Double thumbs up!
P.S. I'm thinking about using 'Defying Gravity' for one of my own stories. Is that OK with you, or did you already take it?
Summary: A songfic based on Kelly Clarkson's Behind THese Hazel Eyes. Cho Chang's life has been changed dramatically since Cedric died. Everything used to be so perfect, but nothing is normal for Cho anymore.
I really like this. This is one of the few times I've EVER seen Cho portrayed sympathetically! I don't like how everybody always hates on her...sure she cried a lot, but HER BOYFRIEND HAD DIED FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. Do you really expect her to forget about it that quickly?
Anyway, love your fic...it does a bit of good for the few Cho fans out there...
Summary: Have you ever wondered how the Dream Diary Ron had to do for Divination his his fifth year was like? Well, here it is: Homework Assignment: Dream Diary by Ronald Bilius Weasley. Dive into Ron's subconcious, explore his dreams and read up his comments on them. Do they maybe show the future? Do they merely show his wishes? Are they just weird? Or is Ron - going crazy?
Ooh-HOOOO....that explains a lot. Hee-hee.
Anyhow. Yeah. Great story, you got Ron down pretty good.
Summary: While the trio explores the Restricted Section once more, they stumble upon a secret meeting. Ron straggles behind and witnesses the true power of love. Takes place during CoS.
Irma Pince/Argus Filch
Written in response to the challenge issued by evanescence17 in the Gryffindor common room.
This is actually relatively cool. I'm not sure if Ron is totally in-character, but...I loved it anyway.
Summary: Off shoot of Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived. Neville and Luna's first kiss under the Magnolia tree at the wedding.
Really cute. I love this pairing.
Summary: How many times had Hermione wanted to be a Mrs. Ronald Weasley? She’d lost count over the years.
A Ron/Hermione & Harry/Ginny fanfic that takes place at the Quidditch World Cup.
This is great! Sweet and romantic--and funny too.
"What do you mean he's fainting? Is he all right?" I crack up every time I read that!
Anyway. Great job!
Summary: "If you wanted to drown yourself," she commented casually, "you'd have had better luck staying out on the pitch." A missing moment, just after Gryffindor loses the Quidditch match in PoA, in which Katie Bell attempts to cheer up a forlorn Oliver Wood.
This is excellent. I like your characterization of Katie especially.
Summary: This is what I think Ron thinks. Acrostic.
Romatic, poetic, and absolutley hilarious--the best combo, in my opinion.
Summary: Now for what Hermione thinks about Ron. Also acrostic
Just as good as the other. I can imagine Hermione dying Lavender's hair pink. OOOH...sweet revenge.
Summary: Harry's turn! Acrostic.
OK, he didn't jinx Dean into a jelly...
But he came MIGHTY close. Hurrah for yellow Boomslang! Poor Dean...
Summary: Ginny thinking about Harry. Acrostic.
I've read 3 of your poems so far, and all of them seem to have hilarious endings. First Ron suspecting that Snape is capable of murder (which I can TOTALLY understand), then Hermione wanting to dye LavLav's hair pink, and now Ginny wondering about Fever Fudge and whenever or not she should use it on Romilda Vane. Please, please keep it up with Harry...Maybe he'll want to jinx Dean into a jelly.
Summary: Luna is thinking about Neville, and some weird other things. Acrostic
This is really good! Very Luna-ish.
Oh!! I just saw a Crumple-Horned Snorkack
Traveling outside the window!
Made me giggle a ton.
Summary: Ok people. Neville/Luna shippiness here. ACROSTIC
Sixth poem of yours I've read and you're still going strong! I love Neville/Luna--shame it didn't actually happen *sobs into handkerchief*. But I still love your poem!!
Summary: Tonks is thinking about Remus. Very mushy. R/T
Read and review please!
You're right, it's very mushy...but the bit with the troll makes it funny, too.
Summary: Remus thinking about Tonks. R/T
He only just realized it was full moon? Very unlike Lupin...hehehe
Summary: Hermione's point of view throughout Deathly Hallows. It's mainly about what she's feeling at certain parts of the book. I tried my best to make everything allign to Deathly Hallows at some point. Obviously, there are spoilers. Enjoy!
Love it. It's not often that one can do second-person so incredibly good. This is only the second story I've seen that manages to do so (the other was also a R/Hr, 'The Orange Cat'). Are you an author? Cause if you aren't, you ought to be.
Summary: Following the Final Battle, two young couples share their first post-war conversations and finally admit their true feelings for each other.
Great job! It's really sweet. I especially love the ending, when they're all sitting together. Keep up the good work!