Summary: Mere weeks after OOTP's end, we find Harry in his room. He is unwilling to do anything but lie in bed, demoralized by the loss of Sirius. That is until he receives a letter. This is an AU fiction with some anghst and pairings of Hermione/Ron and Ginny/Harry. Humor is my primary focus however. Story complete. There is a sequel: "The Deepest, Most-Desired Wish." You can find it in the Dark/ Angsty section.
I don't understand why its in the humor section. I think if you tallied up the funny/ angsty moments, they'd balance each other out. And the story dragged too long. It was interesting and innovative, but...
Summary: A satire/crossover of Tom Riddle's story and 1950s Teen Agnst movies like Rebel Without a Cause and I was a Teenage Werewolf. Seventh-year Tom tries to deal with bullies and rejection while slipping deaper into resentment and despair. This could be cross-classifies as Dark/Angsty as it's less funny "haha!" and more funny "huh?"
chapter two has been posted twice over... is there a chapter 3? just wanted to let you know so you could fix it!
Summary: It seemed so simple. Give a valentine card to a friend that you hope (if you dare admit it) just may be a little bit more than a friend someday soon. But nothing is ever that simple between the four of them, is it?
Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione as well as a good dose of many other familiar characters.
good story, but isn't it incomplete?
Summary: Ron and Hermione have a misunderstanding; will a talk by the lake make for a satisfactory ending? Read and find out! Please read and review!
Sweet. And charming.
Summary: Ron Weasley is getting tired of life slapping him in the face, and one rainy morning he finds himself alone at the Burrow with a tearful, irritable Hermione. Arguments, confrontations and confessions ensue. HBP Spoilers, RHr.
Loved it! Good job... I especially like Harry's and Ginny's bit in the end, their reactions are perfect.
Summary: Enclosed here is a printed copy of the one and ONLY valentine that You- Know-Who, yes, he HIMSELF, in all his evil glory, ever wrote. With witty rhyme and winning words it shows you the other side of this seemingly heartless man. And to make it a little more interesting I'm not going to tell you who it is written to (*evil laugh*) in the poem. You can guess in your reviews and I'll tell you if you are right. If you are the first to correctly guess the person, I’ll give you the code for an icon I made and you can post it on your bio (if you want). Good Luck! Hope you enjoy! Please review!
the poem doesn't match voldy from the books, but its a dead ringer for the movie voldy! i've always favoured the idea of voldy and bella as king and queen evil, so i'm gonna assume u mean bella here! its fits the "watching the sky" too!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Your guess was correct, but you weren\'t the first person, so sorry, no prize. But you still get bragging rights!
Summary: It isn't easy being GInny Weasley.
Too true! The bit about Harry having to realize that the war isn't just about him won't go down too well with Harry-fans, but as for me, I don't really believe in fate. I don't really care whether Harry and Ginny are together or not, somehow I never really felt for their relationship, but I still felt that Harry ending it was stupid. Just how stupid, you've brought out well. Cheers!