I'm a huge James/Lily fan. I would say shipper, but everyone knows they got together. How do you think Harry came about? What I can't stand is people writing Remus/Lily stories. Forgive me, but I think that's mean to Remus. I love Remus. I'm the world's biggest Marauder fan. Ask my sister, Stag_Flower. You simply say "Marauder," and I start giggling like the mad, fantasizing, fanatic, female that I am. However, if you say Remus loved Lily, you're saying he had his heart-broken when James married Lily. That I couldn't bear. As much as I love the idea of Remus and Tonks, I probably won't write one of those stories. Everyone knows how that story turns out. (Edit: Okay, I guess I just broke that promise. I have one in queque right now.)
I'm a short, ditzy, Christian brunette homeschooler/ social butterfly who glues her face to the computer screen like a geek every flippin' day except Sunday... because that's one of my parents rules. Oh yeah! I love my family. More than you. My best friend is my sister, Caroline. She hasn't written anything yet, but her username is Stag_Flower for future reference. My older brother, Sinclair, is a ladies' man even though he won't admit it. I'm sure he thinks my stories (the ones I haven't published yet and the ones I have) are too sappy, but he won't admit that either. My younger brother, Peyton, enjoys giving me the "Oh-my-gosh-are-you-really-that-silly" look when I giggle with Caroline whilst looking at picture of any Marauder. Well, with the exception of that Pettigrew kid. He just makes me shudder or want to take a shower.
Besides Harry Potter, I love Lost, Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, The Mark of the Lion series, The Chronicles of Narnia, Krispy Kreme donuts, pretty much any chick-flick out there, and anything written by Francine Rivers.
Oh! And I'm a Ravenclaw =D.
For those of you who want to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will only respond to emails and block you if you tried to message me. Sorry. House rule.
*Follows the Marauder Era stories Semi Charmed Life and A Charmed Life*
That's the third flippin' time I've had to reread that story. *moan* Sirius....
Author's Response: Doesn\'t he need the biggest, glomping-est hug in the world? *glomps*
By the way, I never asked, what happens between Rosemerta and Callum. Callum means dove in Latin. I hope Rosemerta plucks his feathers!
Author's Response: Callum isn\'t a bad guy. He has to take whatever memories he has and move on since Penelope went off with Odysseus and left her suitor to gaze wistfully at her portrait. Good thing artists can take inspiration from unrequited love.
Bittersweet way to end it. I love that sonnet though. I memorized it just recently. "But bends with the remover to remove." So will there be a sequel to this?
Author's Response: Uhuh, it\'s in the queue, and the next one\'s my favourite. Thanks for reviewing!!
Albus Dumbledore is a man of many secrets. One of them is his secret identity as an advice columnist, the Wise Wizard. When he coerces Snape to fill in, readers discover the Sagacious Sorcerer answering their queries would be better named Snarky Severus!
And if I already ready your wonderful parodies and recommend them to someone else who read them, will you be more than happy?
I saw the title and figured where it came from. You must be friends with someone important with the moderators, because that was a short amount of time to write a story and get it published. Or maybe your stories get published faster the more you've written previously. Is this the case? If so, I'm glad. It's great to see your stories come through so fast. It helps appease us anxious readers.
Author's Response: To quote the dad in Coming to America when he found out his daughter had snagged a prince...I feel like break-dancin\'! :D The humor cat is fab. Lots of stories posted on the same day. I tip my hat *a big Musketeer one, with a dashing featherd* to all hardworking mods, and try not to wish the had house-elves to 24/7. ^_~
Interesting story, but I don't think there was enough detail or emotion. I mean, there is if you've read a lot of Remus/Tonks stories, otherwise, readers would need a lot more to this story. Besides, that I think it's a good beginning of their relationship.
Author's Response: Thanks for being honest in this review. And even more thanks for the read! --RP
The last sentence was cliche, and it didn't follow the book. But that doesn't mean I won't be coming back to reread it... because I will. Good story.