Summary: No one knew, and no one guessed, what little Peter kept suppressed.
A wildly AU one-shot exploring the scenario: what if Peter had never turned traitor? (Mild HBP spoilers.)
Wow, I am seriously blown away. This piece is one of the best I've ever read on this site, and I am so pleased with it. I love the beautiful poem you have in italics, which is interspersed throughout the story. It amazes me how you use words to change the moods of people who read it--thats what the best writers do. I am blown away, and I especially loved how saying that Harry didn't have a scar, you said his hair hid a scar that was never there. Really really fantastic.
Summary: Merope Gaunt has what seems like a flawless plan to get Tom Riddle to love her. She has everything worked out to the very last drop of Amortentia in his glass each morning. Watch as a country called Romania and a celebration of love takes it's effect on this 'perfect love.'
Written as a Term Challenge: Holidays Abroad submission for Slytherin.
Wow...the writing of this piece is really top-notch. This actually gave me chills, reading how Merope spun Tom into her little web. I seriously am reveiwing this quickly because I want to get on to the next chapter!
Author's Response: Heh, thanks. I\'m glad to hear that.
Ooooh... Seriously, I cannot stop reading this. I'm into this hook, line, and sinker. I love the way Tom Riddle is so irritable, and then POOF, he drinks the potion and is "in love" again. It's almost sick how that works. It takes a really talented writer to pull this off. And you are.
Author's Response: Aww, why thank you. I always love hearing that. *giggle*
Summary: Sense: a word of so many meanings. This is a story about senses. The common sense notion of self preservation that is lost when friends are in need, the senses of the body that can be damaged so easily, and the intuitive senses of the heart that tell you when things have changed. R/Hr focused with a little bit of H/G, not a lot of fluff, with rotating views between the characters on a truly horrific day.
Quicksilver Quills Runner-Up - Best Romance, Canon
Rargh this is so good. It helps that I'm talking to you while I read this.
Author's Response: Haha, thanks!
Summary: He with the power to defeat the Dark Lord does not. Harry Potter is dead. Fifty years later, both Muggle and magical worlds belong to darkness. All serve Lord Voldemort. But even in the grimmest of times, idealists are born. Without a prophesy to direct them, a rebellion will rise. Follow Lottie Rowe as she finds her way into the center of the rebellion and the heart of the war.
Winner of the 2011 Best Chaptered Alternate Universe QuickSilver Quill Award!
gotta love it, abbs
always a pleasure fixing up such great writing
Author's Response: Aww! Thanks so much for reviewing and for making my stories not suck! <3
ohhhh the fun we had with this chapter title.
Author's Response: Hahahah oh yes. The readers don\'t even know how the chapter was finished for two weeks before it was posted because we couldn\'t think of a chapter title. Of course, the obvious option was staring us right in the face the entire time. *Facepalm*
Thanks for reviewing, Beebs!Schnoobly
Quite a fabulous chapter, if I do say myself. ^^ It's a joy for me to beta, every single time.
Author's Response: Aw thanks so much le bird! Hahaha every single time \'til we\'re working in that deli, eh?
Thanks for the review!Ponine
Your writing is SOOO GOOD. I'm so proud to help you with this story, because it rocks. Doesn't it feel like JKR a little? I think so. I mean, the character development is amazing. Lottie feels as real to me as Harry Potter. And that's saying something.
Really really good job. Keep up the good work, I reccomend this story to anyone who can read.
Author's Response: Aww thankies so much! I feel so lurved! I\'m really glad you like my story. ^_^ Thanks a mil for reviewing!
\'PoninePS. For the lovely review, I give you tight Enjy pants.
You got me from the first sentence. The writing is superb and imbeccable, the attention to detail outstanding. Every character is clear cut, and every situation precise. The style of your work is easy to read and get lost in-very easy to get into.
The general idea of your story is really interesting and NEW. I love reading new things, not the same thing over and over again about Harry Potter's long lost sister or ZOMG JAMES DIDN'T DIE AND LIEK LILY IS LIEK IN A COMA!!!!!!!! It's so cool having muggles see Death Eaters with their wands and not understand what they are. This relates a lot to real life, how things can be right in front of your eyes and its impossible to figure out how it works. The perception of magic in general and how it works is shown so well in this chapter.
I am very excited to see where this goes--I have a feeling this is going to be extremely worth the wait. Keep submitting!
Author's Response: Oooh thank you for the review! ^^ I agree about clichés. They get irritating. I\'m glad you don\'t think my story is one. =D
Summary: The eight Gryffindor seventh years are all bored out of their minds. But then, Dean gets a wonderful idea to start a wild snowball fight down on the grounds of Hogwarts. All is going well when Ron somehow brings to life an Army of evil snowmen. Their recent fight against each other soon becomes a raging battle to protect their sanity and prevent themselves and their friends from getting kidnapped bythe snowmen.
HAHHAHA! I love this story! The characters are SO real to me...the first paragraph reminded me of JKR! It was so vivid, I actually laughed out loud hearing about drunken Ron. Fabulous job. This is my favorite story of the day.
Author's Response: Hey thanks! Glad you thought it was funny! I almost had Hermione be the drunk one, but I wanted it to be at least a little realistic!
Summary: A 17 year old Squib is banished from her wizarding village south of Salem in the year 1690. With no where else to go, she walks miles to the closest town, Salem, where she is convicted of witchcraft on a little girl. She is to be hung by the neck untill dead.
Wow...this is really a moving piece. I came to reveiw your stories as a gift for the beautiful banner you made me, and I am so glad I did. Your writing style really blooms in this, and I love the diary-esque way you wrote it. Not only does it sound amazing, but it's really pleasing to the eye. I hope that more people read this, especially because its from an interesting veiw. Great job!
Author's Response: Thanks! You really didn\'t have to review for the banner but I\'m really glad you liked it!