Right, so something about me. I'm 19, I'm about to begin my second year at University, and I am a Politics student. Hobbies? Well I love to read, I like rock climbing, gig-going (but for a select few bands), drinking tea (earl grey, milk - no sugar) and writing.
I am a Snape addict, a circumstance introduced and encouraged by the writings of Vocalion, EllieK and Grainne.
I am the proud beta of the following authors:
the nutty imp
I'm sorry if I haven't included you and I beta for you - I will add you!
AS for writting heres how the updates go for the stories I have posted:
Between The Realm of Dreams And Reality: I recently posted a chapter... however, nothing has been written since, I'll start working on it as soon as an idea pops into my head.
To Shatter the Soul of a Slytherin: I have most of chapter two written, its awaits an ending, but will probably be up soon.
Play the Game... of Love: Doesn't have anything written for the next chapter, I'm afraid. Though I've had a little inspiration.
Lost in Time: Is moving along nicely, I have part of the next chapter written, I'm just deciding how something should happen, and where it should go from there, The stroy itself is actually coming to a close and will probably have two or three more chapters left.
Summary: Draco finds a way to move like the shadow...will he let it overtake him?
Winner of the May Monthly Challenge number two by Whittyleah of Gryffindor house!
This is very interesting... I like the idea's you put forward here. Wandless magic is supposed to be difficult, but this seems like a magical ability - like being a metamorphamagus - and it definitely suits Draco's nature and character. I really like the way you demonstrated his torn state of mind - that he's arguing with himself certainly fits with the canon portrayal of his 6th year, and then how a the end you show the human part of him - his love for his mother and feelings for Pansy - it shows the uncertainty we as readers feel about Draco.
I definitely think you should consider carrying this on - it's got enourmous potential as a chaptered piece!
Really well done! I thoroughly enjoyed that!
Author's Response: Thank you very much! A chaptered piece...maybe...I\'ll think about it.
Summary: "He sat on a flat rock, gazing at the reflection of the moon in the lake. He supposed it was typical of him, to look at the shine of the image instead of the real thing."
A younger brother reflects on separation and betrayal.
That is gorgeous! It sent a tickle of goosepimples up my arms and down my back... I really like your portrayal of Regulus, as we see him in canon theres a lot of uncertainty in rRegulus himself and you show that and almost give reasons for it... Sirius seemed very much himself, but you can't help but think why after so many years Sirius remained negative of his little brother - well apart from the fact he was a DE.
You set the atmosphere, it was beautifully sad, melancholy, and you weave this just by describing the interactions between Regulus, Sirius and their surrounds and it's really very successful!
I'm really glad I found this!
Summary: Ron runs into an old girlfriend in Diagon Alley. What will he remember about her?
i love the song, which was what made me read it, but you've bent it well to your own plot and it carries the reflective *sadness/thoughtfulness* of the song really well - and of course Ron is perfectly suited to having that sort of forgetfulness. Really well written! I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. That is so sweet. Green Day absolutely rules!