Summary: Brothers were strange creatures.
For as long as Lily can remember, there has been a gap between her and James which she never felt with Albus. When Lily is kidnapped, will James prove her wrong?
A story about the discovery of what family really means.
I'm bit confuse in your story James and Albus are two apart? And James and Lily are five year apart?
Isn't James and Albus just one a part, Albus and Lily two year part. Then James and Lily are three yrs apart. Beside that little confusion I like it.
Author's Response: I may have not been completely canon-compliant with the ages... as far as I knew, there are 2 school years between each of the children. For the purposes of my story, I have written it that James is old for his year and Albus young for his, so there are nearly 3 years between them, and Lily is a year and a half younger than Albus. As far as I remember it doesn't say anything else in the Epilogue of DH, but I might be wrong. I'm glad you liked it otherwise :). Thanks for reviewing.
Summary: A look at moments of Ron and Hermione's life through the years. The narrative alternates between their two POV.
For those of us that wonder what Ron and Hermione's life would be like through the years.
Beautiful absolutely beautiful
Author's Response: Wow, thanks!
Summary: It's Christmas, 1998. The first Christmas since the Battle of Hogwarts, and, coincidentally, the first Christmas George Weasley has spent without his twin.
Wallowing in misery and dwelling on the very real emptiness George feels, he abandons his family at The Burrow and all its Christmas trappings, and heads for his bare, unfestive flat above the shop. However, someone unexpected arrives to try and remind him that at this time of year, he should be celebrating and doing best to honour Fred's memory in style.
[B]This is Sapphire at Dawn of Gryffindor writing for the Of Christmas' Past, Present and Future challenge in the Great Hall. This is for prompt four. [/B]
The Christmas Carol
Author's Response: Yes, it's what the challenge is about. Err... thanks for the review. Sarah x
Summary: It's Christmas Eve, 1998, and Harry Potter is throwing a pity party. You could argue that Harry Potter is more justified than most in throwing such a party. Severus Snape, however, would be inclined to disagree with you.
I am LilyLunaPotter of Hufflepuff submitting to Prompt Four of the 2010 Great Hall Christmas Challenge.
Lol the Christmas Carl. I love it
Author's Response: Aw, thank you! ~LiLu
For over four years, Dean Thomas had been sending his polite regrets to his mum, begging off of coming home for Christmas. But when he sensed discord in the most recent letter from his Muggle family, he decided that he needed to stop making excuses and start counting his blessings.
What he found when he got there, however, proved to be more than just a simple family gathering.
This story was nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Post-Hogwarts Story
Thanks for reading. :)
Summary: Teddy Lupin decides to dress up as Father Christmas and surprise his family at the Burrow. Before returning to the party, he receives his own visit, as well as an enigmatic gift that may or may not decide his future.
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for the Great Hall Christmas Challenge, Prompt Three.
Omg what was really good
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for reading and for the lovely review! ~Gina :)
Summary: I’m hypocritical, I know, hoping that he’ll declare he loves me, when I haven’t even made up my mind about how I feel towards him. He’s attractive and undeniably good company, but I’m not sure yet if there’s enough substance there to love. He’s clearly smart, but that’s not quite it. I don’t know how to love someone who seems so indifferent to me. I don’t know how to love someone who won’t reciprocate my feelings. I don’t know how to love someone like Sirius.
A sequel to Persephone, this time focusing on Persephone’s daughter. It’s recommended that you read Persephone first, but not completely necessary.
Elisabeth is getting annoying, she should've expected it from the beginning that Sirius isn't the commited type of guy.
Author's Response: I'm sorry you feel that way. If she were a perfect character who made all the right decisions, she would not be interesting to write (or read) about.
man I don't like Sirius! LOL I love it write more
Author's Response: Haha thanks =] The next chapter's in queue now.
aww, awesome chapter
Wow she's fucking stupid, I love it!!!! Man you did an awesome job keep writing please!
She keeps making mistakes after mistakes, keep up the good work.
Oh no I'm not saying I don't like reading it, I love reading it. Its annoying because I know a lot of people whose like that, and I tell them to get over it cause they knew what they were getting into, I told them to read this fan-fic. I love it write more please
It was ok
wow she's mad weak, I would have broken up with a long time ago. But keep in as a booty call. :-D
Best chapter ever, keep writing!
break up with him
Summary: Years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy lives with a terrible secret. Dudley Dursley must face what would probably be his Boggart, and Harry Potter's Auror Department is under constant public criticisms for ,seemingly, related dark and sinister incidents he just cannot seem to solve.
Seamus is irish not british.
Author's Response: I didn't really know that. A little too late for me to change it in all of the story, I guess. But thanks for the note anyway!
but i like it anyway.
Author's Response: Well thank you; I'm glad you do ^_^