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I'm a female reader/writer in the Dallas, Texas area who has always had a particular fondness for vampires, werewolves, dragons, and other creatures of the night; therefore, darker themes are likely to be reflected in my own fan fiction/poetic endeavours and reading preferences.
I hope you'll stop by the poetry category and read my poems - and if you'd be so kind as to leave a review, it would be very much appreciated!

"Come over to the dark and angsty side!"

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The Veil by acire

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 62 Reviews
Summary: A short poem about the Veil.
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 05/28/06 Title: Chapter 1: The Veil

The Veil is a tantalizing subject for a poem and one that I don't think many would single out for the purpose of writing about it in this particular format. Poetry is tough - you've got to say a great deal in few words. An excellent piece. I hope we'l;l be hearing more from you!

"Come over to the dark and angsty side!"
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Harry Potter and the Spirits of the Storm by QueenHal

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 153 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: A Post-HBP fiction.

When Harry’s quest for the horcruxes turns desperate, he leaves the security of his homeland to seek out the advice of an ancient and most unusual Council – one whose allegiance is only to themselves but whose knowledge is so vast it may be his only chance. What Harry discovers there will change everything. Soon, he comes to see that this is all so much bigger than just he and Dark Lord – his role, though pivotal, is terribly minute compared to the challenges the Wizarding World must now face.

Meanwhile, across the Atlantic Ocean, a young witch uncovers the truth about her bloodline. But only when catastrophic events begin to unfold, does she realise her importance in the greater scheme of things...

It is a tale of epic proportions: bringing in the truth behind Slytherin's betrayal, and the choices the Founders had to make to ensure the longevity of their world. Enemies must unite, lines must be crossed, and children must forgo their innocence. And behind it all, fly the Spirits of the Storm, waiting, watching, scheming. Welcome to the greatest epic war the Wizarding World has ever seen.

Chapter 11 is posted.

Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 06/05/06 Title: Chapter 1: Prologue

I've found a reference to a ship called the "Falcor" in Star Wars. Am I on the right track? I just began reading this series - it's very well written with rich description. Looking forward to continuing Harry's adventures! LSV

Caducus by caithream

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: "Never used an Unforgivable Curse before, have you boy? You need to mean them, Potter! You need to really want to cause pain - to enjoy it."

Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 05/27/06 Title: Chapter 1: Caducus

Well written! You did an excellent job of capturing Harry's very intense emotional angst.

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Nagini's Lullaby by DragonMuggle

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 11 Reviews
Summary: Poetry one-shot.
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 05/28/06 Title: Chapter 1: Nagini's Lullaby

A very creative poem, and an unusual one, i.e. that of Nagini's perspective. Keep up your poetry skills - I hope we'll see more from you!

"Come over to the dark and angsty side!"
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Author's Response: Thank you. It\'s an honor for me to recieve this from a PI!

The Pensieve by gryffindoratheart

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: How a Pensieve can help you.
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 05/26/06 Title: Chapter 1: The Pensieve

What a wonderful subject for a poem! You certainly capture its essence and make me wish all the more that I had one tucked away in a closet to use as needed. Regards, LSV

Author's Response: Thank you for the review! yeah... we all should have pensieves!

Solitude and Severus by PM Gautney

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Summary: Snape finds love. Severus Snape bumps into his former classmate, Melania Honeystone. After a shaky start, they begin to explore the possibility of spending a lifetime together.

Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 06/05/06 Title: Chapter 1: Solitude and Severus

A very intriguing and well-written story. I hope to read more about the arrival of Snape's mysterious wife! LSV

Author's Response: Thanks! I would like to continue this story when I have a free moment...two toddlers...hopefully by the end of the summer, possibly.

Padma Patil and the Mysterious Maze by joanna

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Padma receives a letter at breakfast. She is convinced that the invitation to compete against her fellow students in a maze is a trap, but when she sees that Parvati and Lavender leave the castle she decides to participate too. Little does she know what dangers await her once she enters the labyrinth.

Written for the Gauntlet/Writing Maze Challenge. I'm joanna from Ravenclaw.
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 06/23/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Well done! This was a very different kind of story that featured one of the minor characters. The plot was quite creative and kept me guessing at each new encounter in the maze. I liked the way you incorporated your knowledge of herbs into the story! LSV

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Author's Response: Oh, wow! I\'m so glad you liked it because this is one of my favourite fics at the time. Thank you for the review!

Survivor's Guilt by Just Tink

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: The death of a fellow student touches us all in different ways. Some of us feel guilt, some pain, some pleasure. Follow the thoughts of three of Moaning Myrtle Sawyer's classmates in this one-shot sequel to 'The Mudblood and the Dark Lord.
Reviewer: LoneStarVamp Signed
Date: 10/17/06 Title: Chapter 1: Survivor's Guilt

I really enjoyed the creativity you used by showing in poetic form the different ways in which Myrtle's life - and death - were perceived from the viewpoints of several characters. LSV

Author's Response: thanks, I\'m glad you enjoyed it!