Summary: Fifth in the Janey Weasley series – and this time we hear from Janey’s middle child, Tillie.
She is eleven years old. Her sister, Day, is fifteen, and she also has a seven-year-old brother called Nicky. Due to leave for Hogwarts at the end of the summer, Tillie is utterly perplexed. She can’t imagine life without her sweet, innocent (it seems) little brother to look after, or her carefree, happy mother to look up to. But as the inevitable grows closer, Tillie will soon have to accept that time will wait for no one ... Note: Don’t worry, I haven’t cheated you out of Janey’s wedding – all will be revealed!
ARGH! I just left a really long review for all the Janey Weasley fics, and the computer informed me that I was not logged in!!!! Anyway, I have read all of them and I thought it would be easier for both of us if I just left one big one (I hope that's okay).
I love all your characters. Janey was aged well, going from her youthful begginings to motherhood. I loved how she consulted her Uncles Fred and George! They made me laugh, as they always do. And Janey had a lot of character as well. I liked Tilly, and the Pensieve scene with Fred and George messing things up at the wedding. I also liked Hermione as a mother. The Howler seemed especially Hermione-ish as well. I loved this!!! Usually, I don't like fics centered around an Original Character, but you've made me like it! Therin lies your talent as a writer! Kudos, Amy!!
Author's Response: I hate it when that happens! You have to try and remember to copy reviews / replies to reviews before you submit them, just in case. That way you can just log back in and paste them ... but I rarely remember, so I feel your pain! I\'m really glad you liked the Janey series! Yay for long reviews! As always, so so good to hear from you! *HUGS*
Summary: A dark poem about the Second War and the horrors within. This is a slightly darker version of 'Ring Around The Rosies'.
Oh, this is a very lovely poem. I liked how you worked lines from "Ring around the rosies" in there. I especially thought the last line was a nice way of tieing things up and definately ended the poem with that final bang that all poems should have. Very nice rhyming too! It all flowed very gracefully. Great job!!
Author's Response: Yay, you just made my day! Normally I don\'t rhyme in my poems and I\'m really glad people liked it! Thanks for the luverly review!
Professor R.J. Lupin ... Previously Known As Moony by Pussycat123
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 25]
Summary: Professor RJ Lupin has had a rough life ... except for those precious years he spent as a teenager at school. And now, as he waits to start yet another new life working at the school where he spent so many good times, he looks back on those golden days, and it’s almost as if he’s reliving those times all over again ...
That was terrribly sad. Again, I must complement you on your portrayl of Sirius. Its terribly funny and original. He's definately a character you write well, you should consider writing a Sirius-centric fic. It think that would be a great piece from you, not that all your pieces aren't. They are! You are wonderfully talented. I loved the last line a lot. It was that desired bang at the end, and I do love bangy last lines. I thought it was terribly heartwrenching how he thought Sirius was evil, but of course eveybody did at that time. Wonderful fic, going on my favorites fic, depressing yet funny fic, lovely, lovely fic. I'll come back when i look up more adjectives ;-). Love and hugs~ LaLa P.S. Nice title, it was very very inspired
Author's Response: Thank you, that was a lovely, lovely review! Glad you liked the title, last line and Sirius ... incidentally, a Sirius-central fic you say? So what exactly would you call Sirius: The Black Knight? Lol, I know what you mean, that was pre-L.O.V.E Sirius, which is when I think I found the guy I write now ... Thanks again.
Summary: It takes being on a date with Lavender Brown and a conversation of love to realise that Ron is with the wrong person. Will Ron be able to be with the one he truly loves before it’s too late?
I love your originality. I've never really read a fic like this. And it's fluffy without being sickeningly fake-cute. in other words, it's really, really good. Your writing style was brilliant and your sentences flowed really well. Good job!
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I really appreciate you taking the time to read this! ~Lindsey :)
Summary: “With a little thing called trickery, lies and deceit ...”
Based on the Shakespeare play, Much Ado About Nothing, this fic follows the Marauders, Lily, and her identical twin friends, Isabella and Henrietta (Izzie and Henrie to most) as they fall in and out of love, through complex, elaborate and intricate tricks, plots and schemes. This fic has everything. The Marauders, Shakespeare, humour, romance, devious plans and maybe even a bit of snogging here and there ... so are you ready?
“Then sigh not so,
But let them go,
And be you blithe and bonny,
Converting all your sounds of woe
Into Hey, nonny, nonny”
[Taken from Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing]
Oh, Amy, this is lovely *curses herself for a being a sucker for Shakespeare* Remus, with his astute powers of observation That was one of the many lines that I adored. How you learned to be so funny I will never know. The most I can do is be overly dramatic and depressing. I love this, it seems this is another one for my favorites list. Your characters are lovely. I love Lily, as always, and james and Sirius
Author's Response: Yay! Thank you! As for \"learning to be so funny\" ... um ... I didn\'t? I just write whatever comes into my head. But don\'t you dare say \"the most I can do is ...\" because what you do is EXCELLENT, it\'s just a different style. I can\'t write dark and depressing at all, I just end up falling back on the humour thing. So don\'t put yourself down!
BELLA, BELLA, BELLA, BELLA and Rodolphus and Snape! Yay! You have made me utterly happy. This story is just way too funny. Stop it. You're giving me laugh-seizures. I love your stuff Amy, it's so witty... and I love how the Marauders lured james in with that conversation... priceless! I love you, honestly, you rock rockstars!
Author's Response: Heh heh, thanks. But remember, the plot (including lurring Lily and James with those \"private\" conversations) isn\'t mine, and is, in fact, Shakespeares. Still, I\'m glad you\'re enjoying it! =D
Ha ha ha ha ha. “Not at all! What do you take me for?”
Bella stepped back, and sneered, nastily. “An idiot.”
BELLA, BELLA... okay, sorry, Bella spazz over. Anyway, lovely third chapter. I love the chapter titles, by the way. This fic is amazingly hilarious. You have an outstanding talent, Amy! And I mean, really outstanding. Honestly, of someone your age, writing like that is hard to come by. great job, as always, and keep making me proud! *wipes tears of strange penpal pride from face*
Author's Response: Honestly, your reviews make me laugh so much, and then you go on about how you\'re not funny ... *shakes head with strange penpal feelings of pity at your own underestimation* Thanks for the really kind words, though. Honestly, it means so much that you\'d think that! *beams*
Yay! You updated! I love it how James goes off into this rambling explanation, only to have Moony tell him that they can't have possibly used Polyjuice Potion. James is histerical! I love how you write him. Great chappi, Amy. Oh, and by the way, could you give me a list of characters and their Much Ado about Nothing counterparts? I know beatrice is Lily and Benedick is James, but what about the others?
Author's Response: Sure, although I only just got back from a two week break, so it\'s a little late. I\'m really glad you liked this chapter, and especially James, who I particularly enjoyed writing this time, myself. As always, thanks for the review.
Summary: He was a Slytherin, she knew, one of the infamous Blacks. Emmeline had caught him staring at her a few times, but she knew he was only trying to make her feel uncomfortable. A lesser girl would have been, but Emmeline was only mildly amused by his attempt. It would take much more than a pair of dark, unblinking eyes to unsettle her.
Written for Marie/electronicquillster for the hprare_exchange of spring 2007 on LiveJournal.
First, let me say how entirely wonderful this fic is! Besides me being a complete sucker for Regulus fics, its superbly well-written and enticingly cute. You have made me sufficiently jealous of your talent, thank you very much, but I just had to write you a review before wallowing in self-pity. ;-).
I liked the interaction between Sirius and Regulus, and how he called him by his middle name. That was a wondeful addition to the story. It really put the Black brother's relationship into focus. I also enjoyed Emmeline and Regulus fighting over words-- watching, looking-- even though they're really both the same thing. Very cute. The ending was especially lovely, how she made him ask again. I was smiling as I read the whole things. Well done! This is going on my favorites!
Summary: They came from different worlds. They had different beliefs. What should have pulled them apart only drew them closer together.
Ahh, I loved the mention of our dear Bella *huggles Bella*! I always loved the thought of her and Draco being close. And this fic is absolutely gorgeous! Another one for my favorites lists! It could honestly be the best Draco one-shot I have ever read, and believe me, I've searched long and hard for one that I would like. I especially adored Susan's line about ending up killing each other. Something about it wrapped up the whole situation into a single sentence. This fic just made me so sad for Draco, which is good. Sadness is a hard emotion to inspire in writing, and you have done it over and over again. I truly belive that the quality of the piece depends on the reaction of the reader, and you have made me utterly emotional! Great job! You have really outdone yourself on this one! Its absolutely amazing... a masterpiece of sorts! Well done!
Author's Response: Awww, thanks, hon. It means a lot that you like my stories so much. I really enjoyed writing this one. It shows one of the things everyone in this war has, a sense of loss.
*huggles for the wonderful review*
Summary: 50 Years have passed since Voldemort's defeat. One historian/biographer has taken it upon himself to dive into the dark and horrible history of You-Know-Who in order to write an unbiased, and accurate biography of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. This tale tells the horrors he uncovers.
Whoa! That was so crazy... but in a good way, I assure you. While this fic was very well written, very intriguing, the thing that most caught my attention was its mood. It gives some imagery, but even from the very first sentence I felt a strange eeriness to this fic. It was like nothing I've ever read before, honestly! It was so... enthralling. Like, I couldn't take my eyes off the computer screen... i was almost hypnotised! And I know you probably think I'm a nutcase by now, but, seriously, this was such a weird experience (again, in a good way.) And the ending was really nice, by the way. It was a very unexpected twist. I like this story so much, I'm putting it on my favorites! Great job! But before you write anything like this again, write up a warning about the crazy experience the reader is about to have! Wow I still feel strange.
Summary: "Very few people believe in second chances, Mr. Potter. The simple truth is that there isn’t a single member of the Order who would care if I died, nor is there a single Death Eater who would care if I died. My family is already gone. I have nothing left to fight for.”
“I would care if you died,” he told her.
Oh my god. Harry/Cissy! I LOVE IT! Its outrageous but you wrote it in such a believable way. Everything flowed smoothly. I loved the dialouge between her and Harry, something about it seemed so natural. Oh, and I got your reply email by the way. I'm so glad you like Protecting Bella, because i really value your opinion... you're such a brilliant writer! Gah! This is beautiful piece!
....Narcissa/Harry.... Narcissa/Harry. I don't know whether I should laugh or add it to my favorite ships list. lol.
Author's Response: *smiles* I would laugh. And I can\'t take credit for the ship. I wrote this for a class on the fourms. However, it was really fun trying to pull those two together.
Anyway, thanks so much for the compliments. I love your reviews. *huggles*