Hero Lynn London is a 25-year-old aspiring author from Mesa, Arizona in the United States. She has had a deep love for the world of Harry Potter ever since picking up "Sorcerer's Stone" several years ago. Her interests, other than writing, include hanging out with her husband, watching and quoting movies, painting, making people laugh, and anything having to do with Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Chronicles of Narnia, or pirates. Hero is also known as the American Brit and highly recommends anyone and everyone to visit England, the land of her inspiration and the place where dreams come true.
(See Larry Ivy with Magical Tours/Your Man in Europe. Tell him Amy sent ya.)
A beautiful letter...truly touching, but not corny. A bit of a slide for Sirius, but in a great direction and most definitely not to the point where he's out of character... we all have those sentimental times, don't we? You captured Padfoot in a remarkable form. Tremendous work!
Compelling, tragic, beautiful, WICKED! Very well done, I enjoyed it! You incorporated my favorite broadway musical into what I would consider a remarkable telling of Tom Marvolo Riddle's downfall. Excellent, truly excellent!
Author's Response: Oh, Merlin...I don't know what to say...Um, *struggles to think of an adequate response to such a wonderful review* thank you very, very much for such an uplifting review!!!
I enjoyed it!! Very well done. Your short story is both charming, accurate, and well-written. Great job, I insist you keep writing!
I just have to say, I heaved a very deep sigh after reading your short story. Well done! I especially love Harry's victory (especially since I'm a Harry/Ginny shipper!)
Compelling...but sad! Sirius is one of my favorite characters, and Wormtail one that I love to loathe. Very well written, the personalities and characterization are right on target. I've gained greater connection to the characters! Thank you!
Well written and compelling and though tragic, the short story is very uplifting. You have portrayed your character's thoughts well and brought him to life vividly. Thank you for your great talent.
Author's Response: Thank you for your compliments, I really appreciate them!
I enjoyed it! I think you truly captured the sweet nature of Helga Hufflepuff! (and, if I may say, the shrewd and sometimes devious nature of Salazar Slytherin). I liked the light air of the narrative, though I would like to hear a bit more of what happened after the opening of Hogwarts. Perhaps another chapter?
Nevertheless, well done!
Author's Response: Hi! Thanks for the R&R! As for the second chapter, I'll have to sit down and write something for the story. If you don't mind waiting a little bit, then yeah, I could do a second chapter. :-)
Very well done! I'm a hopeless romantic and a huge Ron/Hermione, Harry/Ginny worshipper! Your fanfic brought a smile to my face and warmth to my heart. Thank you for your great talent!
Author's Response: Sorry I haven't responded to this until now, I try and answer all my reviews. I'm glad you enjoyed the story. I really enjoyed writing it, and there was a kind of release because for that song in particular, I have it melded in my mind with the HP romances, and it just felt so right putting something out there that finally puts the two together. That and I absolutely loved putting Ron and Hermione together like that. I think that when you get a chance to read the entirety of "One Good Day" (which I'm queuing up as we speak), it'll become obvious that I love to write emotions. That's what gets me, when you're writing and you feel it, and when you're characters are wanting to cry, you cry and everything just connects.