In hiatus until Mugglenet Fanfiction decides not to delete my stories without emailing me. I dont know how long that will take but they wont fix it. Sorry.
Wonderful! Very well written, and very interesting :D
Author's Response: Thank you!
All is not well.
George uses work and Firewhisky to cope with Fred's death until a drink with a friend leads to something that dulls pain better than alcohol. Emotionally torn by grief, he struggles to allow Alicia into his life...and then comes baby....
*Winner of the 2008 Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Dark/Angsty Story*
Wow I was really scared for Fleur for a second hehe. I love how George finally did that, wonderful chapter!! :D
Author's Response: I don\'t thing Fleur deserves Bill, lol, but I\'d never be so cruel. Bit mean, maybe (you\'ll see what I mean in upcoming chapters *cackle*)
Oh! I hope she does fight for him! :D
Author's Response: George is worth fighting for, isn\'t he? ;)
Ohh I love this chapter! It's crazy, but very informative. Wonderful!
Author's Response: There\'s method to madness, I\'ve heard. ^_~ Thank you!
It was the great battle at Hogwarts--the end of everything. Many lives would be taken tonight, much blood would be shed. But in the middle of it all, Bellatrix Lestrange had her own mission. And it was not one she would take lightly.
There was going to be death tonight. It was in the inevitable. For that’s what this war had finally come down to. Kill or be killed.
Aww! That's so sad that he gave his life for Tonks!! I liked it though, and it was interesting how you thought that they died. :D
Author's Response: Thank you. I always thought Bellatrix would be the one to do it.
aww! well written and very saddd :(
Author's Response: thanks:D i really appreciate it, i have no idea how many times i\'ve rewritten it, hehe. But now it\'s where i want it to be
Wonderful! I loved it, especially with the Resurrection Stone and George's reaction to his brother's death. :D
Author's Response: I\'m so glad! Yeah, I think that was the hardest part to write...I wanted to keep it emotional but realistic at the same time, avoiding making it too corny. Looks like it turned out all right!
Aww! That's so sad, but wonderful! I love it :D
Author's Response: Thank you.
Awww! So sad, but very good!