maybe i'll write something, someday. we'll see. for now, i'm just here to read a bit (ok, a lot, as for right now i'm rather addicted. *sobs*) and to leave some reviews for you people.
oh yes, and since i said i'm the cart lady and all, just call if you want some sugary sustenance. in a purely innocent, non-double entendre way. alright, i'm shutting up now.
Hermione and Ron are happily married but forced to live in hiding after the Dark Lord's fall. Harry is hunting down the remaining Death Eaters, who are if possible even more dangerous now that their Master has been defeated; longing for revenge in any way possible...
wow.. that was really interesting. i know this is the least of everything, but i think you never wrote hermione's name, which is a more creative twist. the ending took me by surprise, as i'm sure you had wanted.. this is a one-shot, right? if so, that ending made for one hell of a one-shot! (er, i can say hell right? :D ) i liked this one.
Author's Response: I\'m thrilled you liked it! I never meant to not write out her name, I just started out that way and then kind of liked the idea of the readers having to guess and find out who everyone is. Yes, it is meant as a one-shot, thank you for the praise! =P Thanks for stopping by and for leaving such a nice review!
What do you do when the man who murdered your best friend turns up and claims to be innocent?
What do you do when you realise you slowly start trusting him again?
What do you do when you fall in love against your will – with a man half your age?
This is a McGonagall/Snape fic about trust, friendship, shame, and love. It’s canon compliant otherwise; set immediately after HBP except for a mini prologue.
This fic also is my attempt at continuing the at Book 7, so you also have the war against Voldemort, the search for the Horcruxces, and the way they run Hogwarts during that year included in the plot.
Side characters like Ron, Hermione, Moody, Lupin, Tonks, Neville, Augusta Longbottom, Draco, Hagrid, and the rest of the Weasleys get their fair share of the story.
It is done novel style, which means that some apparently minor issues mentioned in early chapters will become important in later chapters. I do recommend you read them in the right order.
To be on the safe side, I rated this “Professors” because it contains violence, sexuality, character deaths, and torture - although none of them described in detail.
Also I now have added an AU warning - my story contains two detals that we will not see happening in "Deathly Hallows". I made the Sorting Hat a Horcrux, and Arthur Weasley will become interim Minister for Magic in my last chapter. Well, I wrote this before those rumors were shot down as non-canon by JKR, and I'd not like to change my plot now - so, sadly, my story has become a bit AU. You have been warned ;-)
this promises to be quite interesting. i'm already becoming absorbed in this story and i look forward to the next chapter.
the interactions between characters are done well, as is writing from the backseat of mcgonagall's mind, a POV i rarely see.
Author's Response: Thank you, I hope you will like the rest of the story as well. I am glad you like the Minerva POV.. you\'re so right, hardly anyone picks her as the main character. I hope you will also like the rest of the character interactions, I\'ll take Minerva and Snape to a relationship quite unusual... Thanks for reviewing!
Summary: The Ministry of Magic is holding a Valentine's Day gala to honor the man who delivered them from the evil that had been darkening their lives. Unfortunately, the young hero has no desire to make an acceptance speech. Can his friends help get him in the right frame of mind? They can if their names are Fred and George Weasley.
*Originally written for the PS Valentine's Day challenge.
that's so sweet! and i llike the "truth" about fred and george's invention; it was a good touch that really made the story.
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'m glad you enjoyed it.
Summary: Well... it's high time that I did something so completely insane that the wizards in white robes dragged me off to the closed ward in St. Mungo's.
So, I spoofed the entire album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by the Beatles, to be performed by your favourite Dark Lord and choice Death Eaters in the style of a rock opera. Eat your lonely hearts out!
I don't recommend this fic to those who are not at all familiar with the Beatles.
all i have to say is: ahahaha awesome
(no end punctuation necessary)
the lyrical witticisms are wittier lyricisms!
(and that was my attempt at being clever for the day, sorry you had to be subjected to it!)
Author's Response: Actually, I thought that was fairly clever. Reviews like these make me happy!
Summary: Hermione has an unpleasant surprise for the people attending her first official S.P.E.W. meeting.
cute idea and the rhyming worked out perfectly; any rhythm issues or forced rhymes made it all the funnier! oh yes, and go spew!
Author's Response: =) Thank you very much for your kind review! I\'m so glad you like my rhyming, and my poem!
Summary: Ron should know better than to trust his twin brothers. Especially when it comes to matters of the heart.
that was adorable. and i definitely chortled at the "your arse is smoking" !
Author's Response: My favorite line, I think, that I have ever written. If I do say so myself...:)
sidewalk pizza! i'll have to keep that one on hand... :)
Author's Response: It certainly is a lovely cliche, even though it does not pertain to death at all, but to puking (I\'m so mature).
Summary: Three words:
Remus's First Kiss.
A completely fluff-filled one shot from the Marauder era. Enjoy!
that was adorable! and nicely done, of course, too..
In Romania, Draco finds that dealing with dragons is less complicated than dealing with Ginny's family.
kerichi, you're feeding my dependency with these ongoing installments! though i won't tell you to stop.. :)
looking forward to the reunion one!
Author's Response: I like the way you put that! I\'m hoping if you jones for a fix, you\'ll read other stories, lol. :D
Summary: The students dethrone a devil and his demons.
that was intense. but a really interesting concept and horrifyingly justifying to see in my mind. [but another part of me smiles and says "that's how we win the war! with lifelike masks! we'll make the death eaters cry themselves to death!"] but yes. a poetic oneshot.
Summary: Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed. -G. K. Chesterton
Can the hero slay the "dragon" that hunts his little girl and haunts his nightmares?
This is submitted for my final assignment in Professor Talons DADA: An Introduction to Dark Arts class.
I am proudly saluting you with the sword of Godrick Gryffindor.
A small warning, this story terrified me (and my beta) and made me cry. Read it with caution but please read it.
creepy as hell. and insane-harry stories make me sad inside, forcing me to realize that there are people who have been screwed up entirely because of something they were born into / through no fault of their own.
and the ending really makes the story "too."
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing this. I saw that I had a review before I saw that it had been validated. This story creeped me out too because the little girl belongs to me for real. She recently went through a terrible ordeal (her brothers fault) and had nightmares afterwards. For some reason this story just popped into my head afterward.
Summary: Harry talks about the things that happened before the Final Battle, especially the time right before while thirteen students waited for news of when to leave for the battle. They all get their turn to say something - anything - that means something to them. There is tragedy, romance, and even a little humour to hold them over as they wait for the battle to begin.
That was quite possibly more beautiful than you can imagine. And you wrote the thing. I can't say I was moved to tears, but very little I read can do that to me (eh, well, except maybe Dumbledore dying.. XD), and I would say that this came close enough. And what made this writing even better is that you did not even have to tell about the battle; the story was all right here.
Author's Response: Thanks so much for the review! I\'m really glad you liked it. =D Mizzie.
Summary: Our boy Theodore Nott thinks he’s signed up for a position in the Department of Mysteries. Little does he know that he’s been roped into something a bit more… deathly.
Rollicking fun, dry commentary, suspense, and heavy doses of surrealism with the Grim Reaper and company, including a surprise guest at the end. Written for the Gauntlet challenge by Schmerg_The_Impaler of the grand house of Hufflepuff.
Technically a companion piece to “To Be Or Nott To Be,” but who’s counting? It also stands on its own just as well.
Looks like the judges got drunk again, because they were insane enough to give this story Second Place in the gauntlet. Somewhere, all the famous dead writers are rolling over in their graves, but I, for one, am feeling very squeeful at this undeserved reward! Thanks, judges!
i really enjoyed this... as much as it doesn't make sense for me to say this, it made sense, and there was definitely a feel of the elusive unity sought by many a short-story-writing hopeful.
Author's Response: Ohh, thank you! I always really appreciate your reviews, insanitea.
oh yes... and it was funny, too. heh, yeahh....
Author's Response: ^_^