Just a girl inspired by JKR.
I love how you write about the darker characters. It really puts them in perspective. It's also great because no one else is brave enough to do it, myself included!
This is really good! I love how it looks into Draco's perspective and shows his thoughts and what makes him say the things he does. Nice work!
It's Tonks and Lupin, isn't it? It's a lovely poem, especially for your first. Nice work!
Author's Response: Yeah, it is - thank you! :)
Ron is trapped in his grief for Hermione, killed on the Horcrux hunt so many years ago. His memories take over as he goes through the same repetitive motions until he is lost in his emotions.
Post DH, AU, implied R/Hr. Character death.
Nominated in the 2012 Quicksilver Quills for Best Alternate Universe
Author's Response: Thank you :)
This is Eleanor Lupin of Hufflepuff writing for the Great Hall Cotillion!
This is my favorite fanfic I've ever read. Seriously. No joke. The best. You're an amazing writer!
Author's Response: Thank you, that's so lovely to hear! :) I'm glad you loved it so much!
This is a wonderful piece of writing. Her parents are Percy and Penelope Clearwater, right? This story is understandable, relatable, and well-written. I love it.
Author's Response: Thank you for your review! I'm glad you enjoyed and were able to relate. Lucy's parents are actually Percy and Audrey, since I based this off the Potter-Weasley family tree drawn by JKR :)
This is Eleanor Lupin writing for the Great Hall Cotillion!
Wow. That was really interesting. Good interesting, not bad. I really enjoyed reading it! In the books, you didn't ever see Narcissa and Arthur talk at all, and I thought it was great to read a backstory sort of story. It was really excellent!
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked the story, thanks! :)
that's such a pretty name
I'm gonna smile when
you say goodbye...
Narcissa Malfoy is a balanced person. She does not fly off the handle, she does not overreact.
But sometimes things happen. And sometimes people snap.
The song lyrics in this are from Miriam by Norah Jones. Big thank you to Alice/theblacksister, my awesome beta!
This story left me absolutely breathless. I loved it. The style had a great flow that left the reader sort of shocked and breath-taken. I really, really loved it.
Author's Response: Thank you, I'm glad you liked it! :)