I am a consummate book lover-I work in a college bookstore all day and then go to Books-A-Million to relax at night! I live in hot, sunny, Florida where it is always nice and (relatively) warm. I am a recent HP convert-never thought it would happen but I am! Anyway, love Bellatrix and think Sirius is really cool, in every test I have taken I end up in Slytherin (of course, I have a Master's in Psychology and know how to skew the tests-probably a very Slytherin trait!)
Summary: Bella spends a sleepless night because of disturbing dreams. Has she really seen her future?
Brilliant-an excellent retelling of "A Christmas Carol." We all wonder what Bella would have been if not for certain decisions in her life!
Author's Response: I'm sincerely sorry it took me so long to respond to your review. On the other hand, I'm delighted you like this story. I wanted to write a story for Christmas and I wondered how Bella would react if she saw ghosts that came to teach her a lesson. How would she take a lesson? Would she listen? I had a lot of fun thinking up ghosts. I'm trying to think up something for this year:D See you next time.
Summary: There are many who hate her, even the person writing her epitaph has mixed feelings towards her, so what will be written on the tombstone of a mad-woman?
"What is Molly Weasley, to you really? A housewife, a mother-the things we were supposed to be. Your murderer, your executioner, the things that you turned into." Great line! Poignant, though I can never see Trixie as a housewife.
A touching tale, an enduring monument to the bonds of sibling love.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review, I'm glad you enjoyed this. I, too, can't see Bellatrix as a housewife... Crucio just doesn't get the dishes done, no matter how much you cast it!