I have short, crazy brown hair and a very vivid imagination. The sole purposes of these stories are to make me a better writer and, but of course, ENTERTAIN YOU!! Reads are appreciated, reviews requested and... returning readers adored. Enter if you dare... (muahahaha) =)
...and which lesser Harry Potter character are you?
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Very... sad. Which is what you were going for, I suppose. All in all, I liked the idea mucho mucho. I'm typically not one who goes for death/ dark/ sad fics, but this was well done. Thanks for the priviledge of reading - I hope you'll check out my site as well!!
Summary: Remus Lupin never ceased to amaze Nymphadora Tonks. One-shot.
This was really good. I enjoyed it alot. I've been trying to put one of these together - definitely not trying to take your stuff, by any means! - but I really liked the way you put this together. Well done!
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Hello. I am the author. I wanted to inform you that if you read this, you are cool, but you should check out the FULL version *this account won't work for me anymore* under my new penname, Rhys. Or you could just go to the Marauders section and find it under the same title. Promise - it's much better over there. May your pen always be moving, Rhys
Summary: After falling behind the veil, Sirius travels through a world of nightmares...
~ ~ ~”Sirius…” Sirius blinks. He cranes his neck to look behind him.
A shiver runs up his spine as if a cold, dead finger is stroking it
"Who’s there?!” he calls out to the voice, spinning clockwise to try and catch a glimpse of whatever it is.
You've heard this over and over, but I just wanted to highlight it. The imagry is absolutely fantabulous. I'm a big one for 'seeing' things, and this one gave me what I wanted.
Very interesting take on wizarding 'afterlife'. Definitely not the usual, and I really enjoyed it.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your review!
Summary: The morning after full moon, Remus wakes up with a killer headache, quite a few scratches, and some very loud visitors.---This story was inspired by some fanart that I saw on the Internet--it's just a one-shot, but good for a quick laugh! 3rd-5th for mild language...
SHWEET! I dunno if I saw the picture you're talking about or something similar, but I have a picture on my computer that this TOTALLY describes. Absolutely great. The dialogue was wonderful. They're a tad moody, *Sirius freaking so completely out about whats-her-face, James acting like a little girl about Lily*, but overall it was brilliant. You really had Remus down. I'd like to hear what you think about my own fic *it's probably going to be much longer and much less funny, sadly, although I wouldn't call it angst by any means*. I look forward to reading more of your stuff!
Winner of the QuickSilver Quills Award, categ. Best Marauder Era.What did being a Marauder truly mean?... Let's just say that some tunes cannot be played by a lone musician; and those four's lives were certainly not soloists' scores. In class or in detention, in Quidditch matches or full-moon wanderings, fleeing before monsters or confronting dark wizards, they wrote, measure after measure, their own eight-handed piece.
Messrs Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs, are proud to present a Symphony for Quartet.
This was really good! I really liked the diologue and the descriptions. I'm writing a 'marauder fic' myself, so I wanted to check out everyone else's ideas... keep it up, I'd love to read more. And, if you so desire, I'd love to hear what you think of my scribbles!
Author's Response: Well, I'd love to tell you what I think of your scribbles! I'll be first to review when your story is submitted (or at least I'll try). I'm glad you liked the descriptions, because that was the part I dreaded the most. Dialogues are easy enough to write, but descriptions... Anyway, if I can allow myself the smugness of giving advice when English isn't even my first language, I would recommend you not to read too many stories before you begin yours, because you could be too influenced and your story could lose its originality. Of course reading MY story is perfectly safe (*sniggers in a sickly self-satisfied way*). I'm looking forward to read your story!
Author's Response: Oh yes, sorry. "I'm looking forward to readING your story." Shameful grammar mistake. I will NEVER be able to look at myself in a mirror again.
Summary: Neville Longbottom spends this day in mourning. He sits in solitude until a welcome friend helps ease his grief.
Amen. Amen, amen, amen. Excellent, as always. And thank you so much for a story where Neville and Luna do not end up snogging madly. As much as I like them, and as nice as I think they would be together, it's nice to see a bit of a background into that relationship. Excellent.
Author's Response: Haha yeah for some reason I can\'t really see those two just going at it in a broom closet or something... I love both of them dearly but they just don\'t strike me as the type to make out like that lol. I really appreciate your review so thanks so much!! ~GG