Let me tell you a little about myself.
My birthday is 08/09/1994. I am seventeen years old (I'm of age, haha(: ), but I turn eighteen in less than a month. I was born on a military base in Tacoma, Washington, but now I live in Denver, Colorado. My email is email@example.com for anyone who wants to email me about my stories. I am also a member at www.harrypotterfanfiction.com and I am known as Number_One_Ravenclaw_Forever there, so feel free to check out my stories there and the millions of other author's there. And lastly, I love reading the Harry Potter series fom J.k. Rowling, I love reading Harry Potter stories from other people, and I love writing my own Harry Potter stories!!!(:
DISCLAIMER: Unfortunately, I am not J.K. Rowling. Never was, not am now and never will be. No matter how much I wish to be her genius, it will never happen. So, inspite of that, all of my stories will be playing with the wonderful world she has created for us to enjoy. And for this kidness, I thank her!!!(:
Just wondering why you added the monkey to the story? It's very interesting and funny at the same time.
Author's Response: haha the monkey's just for a bit of randomness :) my little brother thought of it
Good luck with that Julia....... I really like this story and I can't wait to read more. In fact I'm going to make you and this story apart of my favorites! :D
Author's Response: Thank you! :D
I loved this! I can't wait to read what's next!
This was also so good! I love how you put only two boys in Ravenclaw and that the rest are girls. I've never seen that in any other story before! Then again in the actual books, who are the other two girls in Hermione's year? Are there even any other girls? As you can tell by my name, I love Ravenclaw, so I loved that the main house in this is Ravenclaw. The only probhlem I found is that it felt a little rushed and that was at the part where they were discussing the riddle. Maybe Have the eagle door-knocker say the riddle so that the first years can have a feel for what it's like. Then once in the common room, the prefects didn't say much to the first years about the common room and stuff... Anyways, it was a very good read and I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: yeah I'm having a bit of trouble thinking of riddles that would seem challenging enough! Thanks for the input I really appreciate getting reviews :)
I'm absolutely loving this! I really wish that I could write as well as you do!
Author's Response: aww thanks :)
This is getting really good!!!!!!!! :D
I liked the beginning when it said that reading books is fun. I would have to agree there...
I love that I am your first reviewer!!!! And well, hi again!!! I miss your stories because like this one, they have so much detail and they're written so beautifully! I have read the Harry Potter books 7 times each and I cannot figure out the character, though it must have to do with Lord Voldemort or Nagini, that's your name anyways. I can't figure it out! You are so good at this!!! Keep it up!
P.S. I wish that Booksie would start working for you... You read one of my stories called the Loannes Potion and I updated it recently. I would love if you could read it. But I'm afraid Booksie still doesn't work for you. Well if it does, I have a lot more stories now that are waiting for your beloved comments. Thanks! And nice chatting and reading your stories again!!!!! :D
Author's Response: It's Merope! I would have hoped it obvious, seeing as she called herself a locket and a love potion gone awry. I suppose it was a little obscure. But thanks for reviewing! :)
I think you have a good thought process on this story. It will go far and I can't wait to read what happens next!
The only thing that I really have to say for advice is that this seemed simply worded and choppy. Don't get me wrong, some parts were written really well and don't need to be fixed at all, but other parts need some stronger vocabulary, you know what I mean?
Overall, props to you, Julie, and Sophie! I really like reading about the next generation's story and I wish that Jo would write more about them!!!!!!! :D
Author's Response: Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!! Julie and Sophie have been amazing :) I feel the same way... Wish Jo would write more about them. Thanks! ~Nidhi
And I loved it! I loved the mention of Lily, though I feel like it was about both her and a flower.
This is hard because I forgot what I have already read, haha. You might get comments from me on poems I have already commented on... :D
Author's Response: This was going to be a poem about the secrets that Severus keeps buried, but somehow, the other garden analogy came through! I actually really liked my last stanza, because I just feel like it sums up all the guilt Severus must feel. Thank you for reading!
What a wonderful start! Must read on! :D
Author's Response: I was rather proud of this story, since it was my first Chaptered fic. I'm glad you found it to be wonderful. I tried so hard to capture Merope's character just right. :) But while this was fun, I think I may stick to poetry... And write an occasional story. :)
It has! I love the repitition at the end of each line! By the way, you mispelled diary at the end of stanza three, I believe. And you better stay logged on because I'm about to read everything I haven't read already! :D
Author's Response: Thank you. :) Your reviews have made my day!
Even if I weren't a Harry Potter know-it-all, I would know to stay away from Dementors based off of this poem! They are so evil and I love this type of writing!!! :D
How did you publish so many poems so fast? Remember what I said In July how people here can publish so fast? Well you publish quickly too, haha! Oh well, that's exactly what people here need are your poems! :D
Author's Response: I just have poems on board to put in as soon as one gets approved. :) thank you for your review!
I agree. What a wonderful message you have set out here! :D
Author's Response: Thanks, Cris. ;)
I read the summary and immediately knew that this would be about Remus as a werewolf under the full moon. And I love "the silver queen!" Brilliant. My favorite poem by far! :D
This reminds me of my story "The Loannes Potion." I'm currently posting that on here, but it's getting beta-read.
Anyways, off topic.
Author's Response: Aw! Thank you! I hope you read some of my new poems, because I personally like With Silent Wounds. But that's just me... Keep up your story!
I love all the side stories as well! I love the tale of the three brothers in the movie! Really well done as is your poem here. They're just so freakin' beautiful and well written! :D
Author's Response: *blushes* You flatter me too much. But thank you. :)
Because you were naturally born to write dark. And I love it! Besides, poems are better when dark! :D
Author's Response: Cris, I really enjoy your comments. :) I suspect more dark poetry will be on its way soon... And maybe a dark love story for the Cotillion if I can find the right idea for what I want to do. Keep reading ;)
I have. And I got to say that this is way better than the story I read the other day about how Remus got bitten. That one was cheerful and not right, while this one was cheerful at the beginning then got dark, which is more accurate in my eyes. I love Remus and I love your poems about him! :D
Author's Response: Sorry for taking so long to respond! I've been busy. As for your review, I am eternally grateful for it! I hope you continue to find things that you enjoy reading. ;)
Encore! Encore! Really! And I love the french you added! :D
Author's Response: Oh, me being silly. :P I really enjoyed this poem, and what is even better is that I am not a dancer and I do not know any French! Thank you, Google! *titters* But hey, I so badly wanted to write a poem that was not in my own style of writing (I tend to focus on people and depression), so this was such an attempt. :)
I was wondering if that's what you were doing. So that must mean you did great! :D
Author's Response: Thank you!