Summary: Ten years after the fall of the Dark Lord, Ginny has found herself trapped in a life that was never meant to be hers. As the sun once again rises on the most dreaded and celebrated day of the year, Ginny learns that hiding from reality won't stop reality from eventually finding you.
Thank you for the lovely read. Poor Dean, haha. I want to know what happens next, now that Ginny has decided to live again.
Author's Response: Thank YOU for the lovely review! I am as of yet unsure if I want to continue this into a further story, but I'll definitely consider it if enough people request.
Summary: “Bit of a nasty shock when he found out.”
Seamus Finnigan’s mother didn’t tell his father that she was a witch until after they were married, but why would a woman would guard her secret so closely, and how does a man accept that his wife is far more than just the local girl he grew up with?
With time, a truth left unspoken slowly becomes a lie …
I always like reading about minor characters and the stories between the lines and this one was really great! Poor Liam though... she really should have given him some warning hahaha.
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it. I love minor characters because there's so much scope to go in so many directions. I'm not really sure there was any gentle way for Niamh to break it to him though, and his utter shock was more fun to write anyway!
Summary: Rose Weasley didn't mean to be different. She didn't intend to stand out in her family. She didn't expect to be Sorted... into Slytherin.
I really like it so far! The girls seem a little nicer than what I expect from Slytherin girls, but I kind of like that they're not two dimensional. Only thing I have to say is maybe show us a little more of why Rose is a Slytherin? I was a little surprised that she cared so much about the favoritism because that seems like something a Slytherin wouldn't really be offended by. Ambition, and all that.
Also, when do we get to meet Scorpius? I'm excited about that. Will they become good friends/bicker all the time like her parents? Or something else? I'm intrigued.
Can't wait to hear what the letter says! Keep up the good work!
Summary: How would you react if everything you had always believed impossible turned up in the centre of your family?
A series of one-shots narrated by Muggles whose sibling, lover or child turned out to be a wizard.
I love these original stories and you are such a talented writer. Each chapter sucks me right in and I love the amount of detail you put into them.
I can't seem to remember, was Lisa Turpin in the books? Either way, her chapter is my favorite so far.
Also, I know she's a major character and we know a lot about her, but I think one of these about Hermione would be really interesting. We never do learn too much about her parent's reactions, they've always seemed a little distant.
Keep up the great work and I look forward to reading more!
Author's Response: Dear SBH, Thanks for taking the trouble to write in, and I'm so glad you like this series. Lisa Turpin is mentioned just once in canon, in the Sorting Hat chapter of PS, when she is assigned to Ravenclaw and forgotten. I made up the part about her being Muggle-born. Hermione is coming up next. I couldn't put her first because her story is so much more complex than Lavender's. I've also tried to rotate Gryffindor - Ravenclaw - Hufflepuff equally. Hope to see you there, GhV