Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived
With the help of an ancient spell, his friends, and love, Harry embarks on his mission to destroy Voldemort. What will happen on the way? With Ginny, Ron, and Hermione by his side, will Harry find the solution? And where do Neville and Luna fit in all this?
Her Other Half, An Evil Most Insidious
Sequel to Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived
It's up!!! Finally, eh?
Follow our favorite heroes continue their lives after the defeat of Voldemort. Someone wants revenge and will stop at nothing to get it. Is this a battle they can win or will they lose what is most precious to them?
I did get a chance to finish chapter 6 this weekend, and a good portion of chapter seven, which should make everyone a teensy bit happy... I hope. Don't throw rotten fruit, okay. Please?!?
I am going to see how the moderating process is going here, since it's been a long time since I've been posting on this site. If things get hectic, you can always try the story at WattPad, which might be posted faster. :)
I was so flabbergasted as I read the story. I loved the details, especially Harry's reaction to the news. The twist. Tottaly twisted and excellent. I wasn't expecting it at all. You should write one about the twins, and their products.
Author's Response: Thank you, I\'ll be sure to do just that as soon as I have an open second! And thanks, I\'ve always wondered how you spelled flabbergasted! :-)
Great start! I am looking forward to more!
Beautifully heartwrenching. I love it! Not enough people write about Professor McGonagall!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. This is the first fan fiction i\'ve ever written and i totally appreciate any comments. I have to say i agree wth you. Professor McGonagall is my favourite charcter and i really think there aren\'t enough stories about her.
This is really good. I like how you wrote the scene with the taunting, although I would have liked to see a bit of what happened before Lily approached. It would have made James' actions a bit more special for me. Then again, I'm not Lily, eh! Any how, I just wanted to let you know that I thought it was really well written and the ending was superb.
Author's Response: Thank you! Yeah, I figured I could have written a bit more in that scene, but I didn\'t want to spoil it. You\'re not really supposed to know what happened ;] but thank you for reading it and I\'m glad you like it!
Author's Response: Thanks to the reviews I\'ve gotten in the first few hours of this being posted, I\'m definitely going to complete this. Chapter 2 is already written and I believe it\'s even better than the first. Thanks for the support! :D
What a great story. I like the details and characterizations. Good job!
This is the most interesting take I have seen on that last night. You really portrayed Ginny and Ron as I would hope they would act on the eve of battle. Great descriptions and imagery. Good job!
Author's Response: Thank you very muchly!
What great story. So full of emotions. I felt like I had a window into Harry's soul for a brief moment, with all his true feelings shining through, not hampered or clouded by his attempts at a normal life.
I was intrigued when I saw the challenge issued in the Gryffindor Common Room, but I didn't have a chance to read your submission. I think that you did a fabulous job creating a believable relationship. I like how you used McGonagall's sense of humor to add a bit of tension to their 'relationship'. It is understandable for her to feel a connection with Crookshanks. I wonder if it has anything to do with her lack of partner in the books. I also really like how McGonagall shared her feelings with Crookshanks while she was in human form.
Author's Response: Thank you! I tried to keep the relationship...non-animal-y...yeah. If she had turned into a cat it would have changed everything, so I stayed away form that. That you so much for reading!
Another great story. I really like the feelings you put into their chat. I can picture Harry saying those things. I'm kinda surprised that Harry is a bad dancer, I always pictured him as a young version of Fred Astaire. Okay. Not really, not all all, actually. You're right, the more I think about it, the more sense it makes for him to be a bad dancer. I just want him to be a good dancer, for the sake of Ginny's feet. I am looking forward to your next piece!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! Glad you liked it!
Whether or not owls keep diaries is immaterrial. This is the perfect owl diary entry. I love the point of view and the humor is excellent. I have to admit that I never thought of Buckbeak as Australian, but now that you mention it, it fits nicely! Wonderful!!
Author's Response: Yeah, I don\'t know why, but I always thought of Buckbeak being Australian... Thanks for your wonderful review!
What a great story. There were a few points where I was close to crying, although that might just be me. I think you captured Hedwig's point of view perfectly. Simply wonderful!
Author's Response: Crying?? Because it was a bad story, or because it was sad? It wasn\'t supposed to be either of them. Thank you so much for a wonderful review!
I really like this. The thoughts running through James' head are dead on. I like the 'flip' of the pages, it really accentuates the attempt at conversation and the awkward silence in the room. The ending is my favorite part! Great job.
This was a wonderfully refreshing look at Sirius. You did a great job with the imagery and emotions he felt in his Animagus form. Way to go!
Author's Response: *blushes* Thank you so much for your kind comments!
What an excellent beginning. Please keep writing more! Your characterizations are wonderful. I love how Hermione got embarassed by "spending the night" with Ron. I also like how Harry attempted to ease their(her) humiliation at having been found out. Your descriptions were very vivid and real. I'm definitely looking forward to the wedding and Harry's Birthday. Great job.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I am so grateful for your response! The next chapter is almost done and will definitely have Harry\'s Birthday in it. I thought it would have the wedding too, but the chapter is getting long so the wedding may come in chapter three. Thanks again for the review, it means so much! -ozma333
Wow! Simply, Wow. This was beautiful. Heartbreaking at the end. I really liked Cedric's point of view.
Author's Response: Glad you liked it!
Written as a Gauntlet Maze Challenge entry by Cruciatus Love of Slytherin.
This is impressive. I would love to know how you came up with so many great ideas for the challenges. Blinding the snake, phew. The plant challenge would have been mind numbing for me, but you wrote it so well. When I got to the end, I was sure that Tom would make the "wrong" choice and relieve himself of his companiona (competition). The description of how he reacted to the look on Rabastan's face was eery. This is such a good description of what Tom would have been like as he achieved his precious power, bit by bit. Wow!
Author's Response: Thanks! And, actually, I found that many of these challenges were not as hard as they looked at first. But I\'m glad you enoyed it!
Written by Bryant of Ravenclaw for the One-Shot Owl Challenge.
What a great story. I love how you brought to life the story behind Pigwidgeon. Good Job!
Author's Response: Thank you so much!
This story is becoming more and more interesting. The twists and turns you are throwing at us are amazing. No wonder your plot bunnies are going wild.
Your characterization of Draco was dead on during his rant about S.P.I.T., which is, by the way, hilarious. I'd like to think it's that you intended it that way, or it could be because it's late on Monday night and I haven't been sleeping well lately, who knows.
The descriptions of the bedroom, bed dressings and such are excellent and I can imagine being in the bed next to Luna. I'm simply amazed that you can maintain such a high level of quality with all of your stories!
Author's Response: Oh poor twists. I might even end up warping the entire story x_x Haha yes, I did intend for S.P.I.T. I wonder what it might stand for. Thank you!
Wow. You have an amazing way of making the whole scene jump off the pages and come to life. The Ron twist was superb. I often forget that Luna could be paired off with anyone other than Neville, which is a bit ridiculous if I do say so myself. I love how you have caputered Luna's excitement over her new position at her father's paper. I don't have anything too constructive, since your chapter is so beautifully written. The only thing I have to offer is that I would like to know more about the reason behind the bartender's glare. I am assuming, though, that you will deal with that in a later chapter. I am looking forward to the next chapter!