I love the Harry Potter books. I even sort of maybe very probably might like the films (I think), even though they left out Peeves. John Williams is a genius - I was sad when he stopped doing the music. Patrick Doyle is great - just not John Williams!
I love "Moments of Bliss" by Moonymaniac, it is well worth checking out.
Very cute, and I love Sirius (Lupin is great, but you can keep him, I prefer Sirius) I think you have his swaggering down pat. Very sweet ending.
Author's Response: Aww, thanks so much!!! Nice to know you prefer Sirius, though I have a close mate who loves him and won't be too thrilled about it! lol
I liked this, but you said it was a Hermione/Draco fic? I really like Hannah!
Just found this story, and am enjoying it. It is so nice to have a story about friendship between two lonely men who both need a friend. And the characters are very believable
This was nice. Can't wait to see what happens next.
Author's Response: Thanks. The next chapter sould be up soon, but the queue is taking FOREVER!!! It has been there for like 3 weeks or longer! Anyway thanks for the review.
Would be fun to keep writing this story...but you may have to keep some chapters in 'slash' and others out, so it would be confusing to read!
Author's Response: Er... not quite sure what you meant by that, but I appreciate the review!
And what is wrong with plucking out the gray hairs may I ask? ...So long as they are head hairs anyway... Great story as always.
Author's Response: Absolutely nothing! :-D (I fear that I will eventually have to give in to the "Bride of Frankenstein" look) Cheers!
Please don't apologize for your chapters in advance! You have some great stuff here, so be proud of it. I am enjoying them. I agree with Harry about Kreacher though, if it were my house I would send him to the Malfoys since he likes Narcissa so much!
I do like your work. Unfortunately I agree with McGonagall about Ron, but I do wish he could have got in to Potions! And I am so glad you are not thinking of Mr. Weasley as Minister for Magic! So many other people have him in that position, and I don't think he is responsible enough even if he did have the training. It makes your story more realistic.
Love this chapter too. Can't help hoping they make an exception for Ron too, and I sympathise with Harry about the Chocolate Frog card.
I am so glad they are getting rid of Fudge at last. I am glad Sirius left the house as he did as well, after all, Harry doesn't exactly have good memories of it, and Lupin does need somewhere to live! Can't help but be glad Ron has come around as well......I keep having an awful feeling that his love of money will induce him to join Voldemort! Thank you for updating regularly, as hopefully it won't be long before we find out what Hermione has up her sleeve.
Excellent story! Very JR, and the plot is creative. Look forward to more!
Great poem. And how could a poem about an 'Evil Grape Jelly Slug' be cheerful? Hope you write more! I am so glad you reviewed my story - I don't surf too much, and would never have found this, but it was worth looking for!
Author's Response: Thank you! I am writing more, always. Of course, they are all "Works In Progress."
I am so glad Hermione and Harry didn't manage the test! Sorry, but in a school of thousands, I get fed up of them being the only people that can ever do anything right - it is much more realistic this way. What about Ron? Did he see anything? Not that he can usually do anything anyway. I always like your writing. It is always romantic without being too cutesy - mainly saved by Ginny, who is enough like her mother to be interesting!
I thought it was funny. How can anybody need a potion to hopelessly addict them to chocolate? I need one to reverse the addiction. I do like your writing - please don't give up on "Imprisoned" though!
Good for Lavender, she deserves far better, but I think Hermione deserves better than Ron too. I was quite disappointed in him. I hope Lavender finds someone nice in the next chapter!
I like this story too, like I said in one of your other reviews, I like that your romances are not too sappy. I like the combination of Tonks and Lupin. It is one of my favorites, and there aren't that many stories out there. (I like Jane Eyre, and Shirley and especially the Tenant of Wildfell Hall!)
Author's Response: Thank you-- I was trying to minimize the sap. I think Tonks and Remus may even happen in canon-- though I obviously can't predict that. I really like the combination though, maybe even because it's so rare. Also, I love anything Bronte :)
Short but succinct. Only one thing....the side he left was surviving, but Voldemort looked like being the bigger bug, and he was a weak person so he did have a reason for his betrayal.
Author's Response: I know... but I conveniently forgotten that little detail ; )
I like this. Tonks is a fun person to write about, and you don't often meet Muggle men. I'll be interested in reading the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks!
I like the way Sirius is the first to point her out, not Lupin. Lots of potential, hope you update soon!
Author's Response: Thanks! I hope you keep reading and reviewing!
Loved it! She is just like my granny. I like the way Neville is following in his great great grandfather's footsteps and she can't see it!