Summary: Ron runs away, and runs into a spot of bother.
This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw writing for Round One of the 2012 Character Triathlon.
Fine internal monologe, I think mabey Ron's conversation with himself might have taken more time but I would say your judgement is no doubt better than mine. Did picture a more pathetic and public tussle with the snatchers than this but it works with how Ron often insults harshly at the drop of a hat. Have you thought of continuing his expedition with out Harry and Hermione?
Author's Response: Thanks for the review.
Ron’s conversation was, initially, a bit longer but I cut it because I thought that the longer version was a rambling whinge, and this is more punchy. I could be wrong. I’ve thought about writing about his time at shell cottage, too. If I do, it won’t be for some time as I have way too many chaptered stories on the go. I must finish something.-N-
Summary: Ron and Hermione have some news.
Why not write a full story? My curiosity for this story is brimming to the edge of a category 5 brainstorm.
Author's Response: Why not? Simply because I have so many unfinished stories, and the idea of writing a series of pregnancy-related one-shots seemed to me to be an easier option. I'm wrong, aren't I? -N-
I would say so but then again I am a hopeless romantic begging for the sweet indulgence of a story written from love at first sight to tragically heartwarming sacrifices and everything in between.
It is your call though. ;)
Author's Response: My plan (such as it is) is to get something finished (and at the moment, that something is Hunters and Prey) before I start another novel-length story. Of fcourse, by calling this a "series of one-shots" I can keep writing these and not break that rule *sigh*. I know what I want to be next in this series, and it will need research. -N-
Luna attends the International Symposium on Fantastic Beasts in Sweden. She is looking for proof of the existence of the Crumple-Horned Snorkack. What she finds is something else entirely.
This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw writing for Round Two (Travel Prompt) of the 2012 Madam Pomfrey’s One-Shot Character Triathlon.
As every thing else seems to be in perfect creation, I am curious as to why you spelled cafe with a k, is it the Swedish way? I have no idea as I have yet to every leave my country.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Kafé is the Swedish spelling. I arrived back from Skåne County. Great place, friendly people, and generally wonderful. But: 68 SEK (£6.80) for a beer (and 0.5l, not even a pint)! It isn't cheap. :-D -N-