Kk... My name's Katrina, I'm all about soccer, running, volleyball, horses, being a band geek, backpacking&canoeing, and of course, HP... I also have a fondness for Phantom of the Opera...
13 1/13 inch, ebony and mercury. Interesting and unusual are severe understatements for this Gregorovitch wand. You've got your own style and your own opinions, and you probably live in your own world as well. Join us down here in the real world sometimes, will you?
Summary: Starts with a radish, ends with a radish...but you can find a Fire Whiskey in the middle. A sad, sweet oneshot told from Draco's point of view. Onesided Draco/Luna.
Wowie... I'm impressed, which takes a lot. I love how it was serious and funny at the same time... (A chocolate frog, mate!) And that made it realistic because I can't imagine them being completely sad.
Strange enough, my story is also Draco/Luna, but I haven't gotten to that part in the story... so no telling. If you have a sec, you might want to check it out, it's called "Child of the Raven."
Summary: It is only a few days after the end of the term of Harry's sixth year at Hogwarts, and as Harry is preparing to leave the Dursley's for what will be the very last time, he will hear some new and rather unfamiliar news.
Hey! Good job, I am reallly picky with my complements, but I found your characters acting ecactly as they should, and the plot realistic so far. My one complaint (and this is a rather personal thing) Is that you should use just a few less exclamation points. Other than that, keep up the good work.
Author of "Child of the Raven"
Summary: It's the Final Battle and the niece of Severus Snape has been captured by Death Eaters, along with her uncle. She knows she's going to die...but what she can't figure out is why the only person she ever loved would want to suffer her the ultimate betrayal.
OK... so Avonmora and Ana are sisters and nieces of Snape? Right?
Very interesting... from what I've read it sounds like Draco's already desperately in love with Ana and Mora.... and he'll have a hard time hiding it. Can't wait to read the rest!
Author of "Child of the Raven"
Summary: Lily thought she was in for a boring summer... but James Potter had other ideas. Love Letters, with a rather bizarre twist.
Haha! This is cute, and I love how you did the charaters. Also, even though Charlotte is and OC, she still manages to have her place in the story with a defined personality.
Summary: "Charlotte-Flower" has been writing to her mysterious ‘quill pal' for over a year, but she really doesn't know him at all. When he suggests that they meet, she has mixed feelings. Would they like each other? Hate one another? But the most important question: Who is he?
Ohh haha.. how sweet. That made me smile, however unlikely it is.
Btw, Connor is the name of one of my best friends... I just noticed that.
Author's Response: Thank you for reading, and I\'m glad you liked it! Yeah, a couple years ago, my best friend and I were fighting over the name \"Connor Landon\". We each wanted to name a future son that name, so I thought I\'d take it first and use it as a fanfiction name! Yea, I like it too!
Summary: Merope Gaunt is alone and in love with a man she knows she can never have back. In her loneliness she writes a letter that is never to be delivered to Tom Riddle.
Reviews would be greatly appreciated! Constructive critism is definately welcome!
Hmm. Your letter definately flowed very well, starting almost formally, then ending with such anguish. That's often more than most people can, so I liked that. However, it is somewhat repetitive (perhaps if you'd taken out all references of 'Miss Me' previous to the last line?) And I can understand you don't have a lot to work with.
So good job!
Author's Response: Thanks for the comment! I\'m glad you liked what you did... maybe I should look at the repetetiveness again, eh? :D
Summary: A story about Harry Potter's children growing up and becoming legends in their own right. Full of heated arguements, glowering girlfriends, and a rival too good-looking to be considered fair.
Chapter Eight Now Up!
Chapter Eight Excerpt:
'"This morning," McGonagall began, her face white. "I was greeted by two hysterical young girls from Ravenclaw. They informed me that they, along with their best friend Melanie Trumpett, were approached by a cloaked figure who appeared to have came from the Forbidden Forest. These two girls tried to persuade their friend to come along with them, as they were cautious of the stranger, but they said that Ms. Trumpett was answering oddly. She didn't look the same, and her eyes looked "funny"...'
Haha.. the names make me laugh, however unrealistic they are...
Author's Response: Glad I got a giggle. =)
Summary: Fleur was getting married. I never told her how I felt. I never told her I was in love with her. And now I didn't have the chance.
Told from the POV of Christian Beaumont, the boy who loved Fleur in school. It all begins when he receives an invitation to her wedding, and ends up changing his life.
Fleur/Bill, Fleur/OC and [minor] Harry/Ginny.
Interesting and very well developed... I like how you brought an OC into the story, and managed to get all of his feelings and hopes down in just one story.
If you ever have a spare moment, take a glance at my story, "Child of the Raven."
Author's Response: Thank you! I will.
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OK... umm... this may sound critical, but these are a few things you could do to fix it up a bit:
Definately don't use Avada Kedavera with the kids. Where would they have learned it? Harry, Ron, and Hermione certainly wouldn't tell them.
The dialouge from the adults is a little kiddish too, but the kids talk alright.
Also isn't it a little odd that Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Draco (if that is Jack's father) all live in the same place? And have kids the same age?
Also, unless Draco had some sort of revelation, it must have taken alot for him to marry a muggle woman. And to name a kid Jack... that's really American.
I also noticed a few run-ons and grammatical errors. If you want a beta I'd be happy to help.
I'd like to see where this story ends up.
Author of "Child of the Raven
Author's Response: thanks for the review. also it says that draco moved to America to get away from the war, so he marreid an american muggle so jack is an ok name. also i guess that you\'re suppose to think that harry, ron, and neville wanted to live near each other, so they bought houses close by
Author's Response: ok, i will admit it. i deserved the criticism. they told me i need a beta. will you do it? please please please??
Summary: A motherless child. A heart-broken father. A box filled with long lost treasures. And a letter holding all the secrets that have been buried for over ten years. Will Harriet discover why her father has kept her in the dark for so long? Will she finally come to know her mother…through a letter never read?
hey,, thanks for the review
i'm a little on-the-go right now but from what i read, i like your style a lot..
keep it up!
Author's Response: Aww, thanks a lot! :]! I ♥ your story as well! I\'m waiting on my humor story to be approved, then when that\'s over, a three-shot is to come, and then another chapter story! So hopefully you\'ll enjoy those if you happen to stop by again! :] ♥