Favorite Quotes: " "You moron, Dudley!" " ~Harry, HP Book #5~(Makes me laugh hysterically every time I read it)
" "Make way for the heir of Slytherin, seriously evil wizard coming through..." " ~One of the Weasley twins, HP Book #2~
" "We tried to shut him in a pyramid, but Mum spotted us." " ~George, HP Book #3~
" "You haven't got a letter on yours," George observed. "But I suppose she thinks you don't forget your name. But we're not stupid-we know we're called Gred and Forge." " ~George, HP Book #1~
Favorite Books: Harry Potter Series(obviously), Inheritance Series, Shadow Children Series(I know the author's son). I like many more books, but I can't think of them right now. Oh, The Chronicles of Narnia.
Favorite Movies: Harry Potter movies, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Beverly Hills Ninja, The Sound of Music, A Walk to Remember, Eragon(you MUST see this movie!), and Ella Enchanted(I know it sounds wierd, but I do like it!).
Favorite Things To Do: Read, swim, do karate(I know, I know), play the piano, and watch football( and obviously read fan fiction!).
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Last Login Date: December 7th, 2007.
Summary: Draco has lived a dull, solitary life under the Dark Lord's rule for the past two years. One night Pansy Parkinson steps into his life, changing everything he knows. Draco/Pansy one-shot.
This was written originally for wendelin the wierd's First Year Romance class, as the final assignment for that class.
THIS IS SUCH A GOOD STORY!!!!!!!!
I liked how you kept Malfoy in character. He was still his arrogant self while still able to have feelings about Pansy and being a Death Eater.
I liked how you described things throughout the story. I could always picture what was happening and what everything looked like. You didn't over - describe things, which is good because that tends to make stories boring.
I also liked the way you portrayed Pansy. The books don't tell a lot about her, and you used your freedom on that. I think that you did an excellent job on choosing what her personality was like and portraying it how you wanted to.
I really liked the idea of Pansy and Draco falling for each other. Malfoy needed her, and she came back for him. She was always there for him, and he needed that. I really like how you made them have their relationship.
Finally, the end. The end, I think, was the most powerful out of the whole story. Draco and Pansy couldn't be together because they would just be miserable without having each other by their sides, so they had to end their relationship. I think you did that very realistically. They both wanted to be together, but they both knew it coudn't happen.
I really loved this story, and it is going in my favorites.
Author's Response: Oh, my, thank you so much! I did my best to keep both Draco and Pansy in character and portrayed nicely, and I\'m glad you liked their characterizations! And yes, them remaining together just would not have worked. <3
Thanks so much for this wonderful review. And I saw you left a review for this story in the Fiction Junction as well! Thank you so much! :D *huggles*
Summary: He'd never forget that day. He'd never forget, and he'd never forgive himself for letting it happen. What happens when the thing you care about most is taken away from you in one mistake? Based on the Pearl Jam song Last Kiss.
Oh, that was so sad. It makes me want to cry. Thanks for that.
Summary: Late night conversations leave Lily Evans taking advice from the most unlikely of people.
I thought this was a very good story, and I took pleasure in reading it. But rather than just say that, I will tell you why
I thought the setting for this story was perfect. You put Sirius and Lily in the place that had been part of their home for the past seven years. You put them where they were probably the most comfortable, and that made it easier for them to talk to each other. I also think it just ... fits. The way you had the one little candle flickering and how you had Lily with her notebook out, just sitting there. I really liked it.
The characterization was done really well. I know you have had people comment on this before, but I thought I'd do it anyways.
I liked how you did Sirius. You kept him in his sort of "self-loving" manner shall we say? You kept him swaggering and thinking he was the best until he talked to Lily. I think you made him really sensitive and wise when he was talking to Lily. For once, he was serious (no, not a pun) about something. He was because he wanted to help Lily.
I think Lily was in character pretty much the whole time, but I think it was just a little unrealistic to have Lily spilling her heart out to Sirius. I think it would have made it even better than you have written it if Lily would have been a little more unsure of if she should tell Sirius. Maybe she could have stuttered or stopped more often when she was talking to him, or something like that. I do like Lily's characterization, I just wanted to make a tiny suggestion.
I think the best thing about your story was the idea. You made it so appealing. Lily was in need of help. Sirius was being his usual self, wandering about at night, and stumbled upon her. Lily finds herself telling Sirius everything about her. Not just blurting out everything, mind you, actually taking comfort in the fact that Sirius was there for her. I think that is the best part of the story. Sirius was there for Lily. She didn't have anyone, and Sirius turned up. She finally found someone to love and someone to love her back.
I really enjoyed this story, and I wish you happy writings in the future.
Author's Response: Oh wow, I really appreciate the depth of your review! Thank you! And yes, I completely agree that Lily probably should have been more hesitant to talk to Sirius, but this was in response to a quote that went something along the lines of: \"anyone can be trusted with your life, but only a few can be trusted with your world\" [which I should have put at the beginning of this fic]. That\'s the only reason that I wrote comfortable!Lily, but yes, I agree with what you said. :) Thanks again for the fantastic review!
Summary: For Fleur's summer wedding to Bill, she digs up an old family tradition that requires every witch and wizard to be paired up for the wedding reception. When Fred and George are accidentally placed in charge of the matching, however, nothing short of chaos ensues. Will they be able to straighten things out? To they want to?
This is really good, Analisical! I really like it!
I think that you kept the Twins nicely IC. I didn't have to go correcting their sentences in my head. ;)
I really like your plot, and I can't wait for the next chapter! *huggles*
Author's Response: Aw, thanks Jamical! *huggles* You\'re the best...;)