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).
Hope you like my stories!!!
Summary: Years after the events of "Deathly Hallows," Ron has an important question to ask Hermione. Can he ask it? What will she say?
I love it! Short & sweet, you know...Plus a lot is going on. I never knew proposals could be that nerve-wracking. Then again, I've never proposed or been proposed to, so what would I know? :)
Anyway, great story!
I'm so happy that people are still reading and enjoying this story! I'm surprised that everyone seems to enjoy this one so much, since "short and sweet" is not my usual genre.
And I, like you, have exactly zero experience with proposals of any kind, but I figured that Ron would be pretty jumpy about it.
Anywho, thanks for reading and reviewing! It means a lot to me that people like what I've written!
"I tried a few simple spells just for practice and it's all worked for me."
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
My answer to an early plot hole that has always bugged me in this story.
Oh, poor Hermione....Good story, though. It explains why she hates getting in trouble (Miss "Killed Or Worse Expelled"...no wonder she's always on Ron and Harry.)
P.S. She's my favorite. Hermione, I mean.
Summary: Robert Henson was one of the few to notice Hermione Granger’s strange disappearance at the end of primary school. It is ten years since then and he has given up on solving her mystery, when he stumbles across the truth by accident...
This is a good story. You characterized all the characters (forgive the pun) really well, and your OC, Rob, was really well drawn out. Thumbs up!
Author's Response: Thanks for such a lovely compliment! I find some of these characters (especially Harry and Ron) quite hard to write, so I'm glad they came across well. And I'm glad you thought Rob was a good character too. Thanks again very much for taking the time to leave this lovely review ~Katrina
Summary: He withdrew his arms from around her, and reached into the back pocket of his shorts. As he bent down to kiss her again, he took hold of her hand, and placed inside it a square box. “Happy birthday.”
This is the tale of a birthday… A seventeenth birthday, no less. It tells of a present given to a redheaded teenager by the love of her life, a gift that became the best present she would ever receive; better than all past and all future presents. It tells of a present she would never, ever forget.
Awwwwww, this is so sweet!! Especially the whole doe and stag thing. Fits into the whole Harry/Ginny image.
Summary: The Weasley house is always interesting. Enjoy a few select moments from Molly's day.
This is a really great poem. It's nice the way you showed how much Molly Weasley loved her children. Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you! I am very glad that you enjoyed it enough to respond to the writing. I really enjoyed writing this, and I am glad that you liked it! Thank you so much for reading!
Of Freckles, Fireworks, and Funny Things Muggles Say by jennyfiveshoes
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 24]
Summary: Post-DH, pre-Epilogue. Ron/Hermione one-shot. Ron and Hermione have a discussion following the trio's visit to the Headmaster's office (you know, the one where they talk to Dumbledore's portrait about the Hallows). Fluff and teeeensy bit of angst--really the only way to go with this pairing. ;)
This is my ALL-TIME FAVORITE STORY!!! I loved the way it cleared so many things up about the plot. I can't wait to see what else you write!!!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! It means a lot. More's coming!!! ;) God bless you! -Jenn <><
Summary: We all know Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger met at Hogwarts, became best friends, saved the world, fell in love, and got married.
But did they really meet for the very first time on the Hogwarts Express, or was there perhaps another moment in time, long forgotten by the time they turned eleven?
It really makes sense, when you think about it...Ron and Hermione met before...hmmm...
Nice story. Especially the last line. "You were right." Just ties the whole thing up.
Double thumbs up to you!
Summary: The last unwritten chapter of Deathly Hallows, tying up loose ends. Here it is: not as good as Rowling would have written it, but a softer ending all the same.
Nice story. It's true, what you says, that it 'ties up loose ends.' Good job.
Author's Response: Thanks for saying that! I appreciate it :)
Summary: Harry is on his way to ask Ginny a question. No - not a question the question. How hard can it be?
Half romantic, half Harry-running-all-over-the-place-here-there-and-everywhere. Nice job!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. -N-
Summary: A free-verse about, in my opinion, one of the most wonderful characters in the Harry Potter world.
This, to me, is a very inspirational poem. It really stresses the importance of just being yourself.
Then again, I guess that's what Miss Luna Lovegood is all about.
Summary: Hermione never gave much thouhgt about Chocolate Frog Cards, but she always has loved one in particular. When the man on the card surprises her, she finds that now they have more meaning to her than ever. A short little R/H fic.
Awww...it's so sweet. I like it. Plus, it's a neat idea to have the C.F. cards change to accomedate new developements--such as somebody dying, or a genius girl getting engaged to a certain redheaded wizard...*cough*
You get a double thumbs up on my thumbs scale.