Summary: Remus Lupin tolerates mischievous friends and lycanthropy, while the prophetic Ariadne MacDougal negotiates a misguided family, and everyone must deal with the Death Eaters. A rather dark coming-of-age story about the death of innocence and the renewal of hope during Voldemort’s first war.
Part I of The Moon-Cursers. Now updated to be DH-compatible.
Not much of a review i know gut i only needed 1 word
Author's Response: Thank you!
Summary: Harry swore to go after Voldemort by himself. Ron and Hermione have promised to help him, even if it means not going back to Hogwarts. But can three underqualified wizards stop the Dark Lord alone? My version of Book 7...
I have read all 34 chapters an I think you would made a most entertaining author.Though I seriously doubt any sexual content will ever appear in the HP books, I love your version of Book 7 just the same.Awaiting your 35th chapter to be validated.
Please please whatever you do DO NOT kill Hermione.We love her too much!
love this fic!
please please validate this chapter soon!!!! I can't wait
I so love how you wrote this story!
I love the idea of Ron coming up with a
plan instead of Hermione its a great
change.I think the 'brain' had something
to do with it.
More to the point I LOVE this fic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What is taking so long?
The suspense is killing me!
I've read alot of fandic ad nothing beats this.
Another cliffe hanger?!
I am checking every 30 minutes for an update.
Love the way you made Longbottom sane.
Emerson if you don't validate this soon I will never forgive you (this coming fron a complete and total stranger:)
Mmmm... Love it!
Ron and Hermione getting married , a little young but about time
Ron should be happy to hear that ;)
Summary: A short poem about the haircut Aunt Petunia once gave Harry.
Summary: Harry receives some solid advice from a friend on the eve of the Yule Ball.
This poem was written by Gmariam of Ravenclaw for the December Challenge. It is for the third prompt, a parody of a Christmas Carol.
Author's Response: Thanks so much, I\'m glad you liked it! Thanks for the review!! ~Gina :)
Summary: The line that probably best describes the legacy that the Weasley twins left behind after their Great Escape, during Umbridge’s brief rein at Hogwarts. Their legend lasted years afterwards ... but eventually, the only permanent physical reminder was the roped off corner of one corridor, containing a small part of swamp. The mystery of its origins is merely smiled at reminiscently by teachers, and the students can do nothing but spread rumours of how it came to be. When little Janey Weasley starts life at Hogwarts, the mystery is still unsolved. On a whim, and desperate for recognition, she writes home to her father, asking how it came to be. When Ron replies with the true story, a chain of events begins that might just be the making of the next true Hogwarts mischief legend ...
**One-Shot, Post Hogwarts** Now available as AudioFiction Episode #95!
I have always liked the Ron and Hermione pair (as I'm sure most people do),and I have also liked Fred and George.As I am reading this first chapter I wonder, what will Janey Weasley do next?!
Author's Response: I guess you\'ll have to find out ... check out the second in the Janey series, \"Trouble with Exams - A Janey Weasly One Shot\". Thanks for reviewing!