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quilter, artist, Buddhist, gardener, bookworm, occasional writer, life long student. surprised at being Sorted into brave and daring Gryffindor, but glad nonetheless.

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Challah and Pumpkin Juice by Calico

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 119 Reviews
Summary: Tzipporah Stein, a Jew living in Vienna, Austria on the eve of WWII, is shocked when she gets a letter telling her she is a witch. The volatile state of Europe as it waits for both a muggle and a wizarding war to begin has prompted Hogwarts to take in students from many countries. How will Tzipporah handle magic, mischief, and even a little romance while trying to be true to her religion and culture at the same time?
Reviewer: Lion Rampant Signed
Date: 01/07/12 Title: Chapter 1: Prologue

although I read this story almost four years after it was written, it is still timeless and relevant as all good stories are. I've read it twice and will probably read it again. You did an outstanding job with the characterizations and all your cultural references accurate.
Very good work. Glad Tateh survived and made to England safely
so many Jews did not... funny that the actor who portrayed Harry has a Jewish mother!

An Intervention by Acacia Carter

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 16 Reviews
Summary: They're using his greenhouses and his plants to torment first years. Neville isn't going to let that slide, no matter who the tormentors - or the tormented - may be.

As always, the Harry Potter universe and everything in it is property of J.K. Rowling.

This story is on a temporary hiatus until I finish some of my other WIPs. Thank you for coming to check it out, and I promise I'm not going to just let it end here!


Reviewer: Lion Rampant Signed
Date: 01/10/12 Title: Chapter 2: Chapter 2

Ms Carter, you seem to be a big fan of Neville. Can't blame you there. He's all the kids who endured childhood's unfairnesses and found his bliss, succeeded in more ways than one. Keep up your stories about him and I will gladly read them over and over. I also really like "Second Guesses" and have read it three times already. May the Muse keep whispering in your ear! Shannon Adams/Lion Rampant