Summary: "That was no hurricane," said Fudge miserably.
"Excuse me!" barked the Prime Minister, now positively stamping up and down. "Trees uprooted, roofs ripped off, lampposts bent, horrible injuries-"
"It was the Death Eaters," said Fudge. "He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named's followers. And... and we suspect giant involvement."
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter One: The Other Minister
Sergeant Archer Price lives a rather humdrum existence at his Army base in Somerset, in the West Country. However, all of that changes when he and his unit are summoned to respond to a very strange and violent… hurricane?
But freak hurricanes are only the beginning of Archer’s problems, for soon his life gets very complicated…
This was so cool. Very vivid. I'm sad it took so long to post, but I'm glad you did!
Author's Response: Greetings! This is the mad author. Thank you very much for taking the time to review my fanfic. I do enjoy it when I hear opinions that aren\'t my own! Tim the Enchanter
Summary: Harry hears another prophecy from an unexpected source and its contents will change the course of the war whether he wants it to or not.
Oh man, this is so intense! I don't understand why Harry is so dense about everything, though. I can't wait for the next one!
Ooh, a nice long chapter, I love it! Can't wait to see what's next!
Hmm, very interesting. I hope there is random fluff Harry and Ginny dreams in the pensive!
Oh sweet lord, I don't know how much more I can take! What an intense chapter! And Ginny, you stupid girl! haha! if I wasn't at work I would be yelling at my computer screen. Loved this chapter and where the story is going! Thank you for keeping it going and I can't wait for the next chapter!
Oooh, the final battle, I can't wait!
I knew it! Ah, I love this. Thanks for updating so fast! As usual, I can't wait for the next one and to find out what the dream means!
Why can't you do both? Continue this and another? Joking! Unless you have the time...
Anyway, intense! I'm usually not a fan of AU, but this was so fantastic! Thank you for such a good job on a good story!
Summary: A weekend trip to the mysterious Rose Cottage leads to Ginny's second pregnancy and Hermione's first. The Potters and Weasleys take on “The Next Great Adventure” as they anticipate the births of Albus Potter and Rose Weasley.
This is a great story! I usually try to stay away from ones that aren't completed, but I'm glad I started yours! If I could figure out why adding stories to my favorites didn't work, I would add this. I can't wait for more. Do you have sequals planned?
Author's Response: I\'m glad you started it as well. I have no idea why you can\'t add stories to your favorites. The site has been having lots of problems lately, and I can\'t begin to understand what\'s going on. I don\'t have any sequels planned as yet, but we\'ll see where my Muse leads me. Thanks for reviewing!
Aw, what a lovely ending. I really hope you have enough inspiration for a sequel. And I love all the thought you put into the little details of your story. Great Job!
Author's Response: Thank you! The details are what makes it fun for me. This was a tough one to write, but very rewarding in its own way. Your comments are appreciated.
I'm happy yet sad that we are so near the end. I can't wait for the last bit.
Yay for Harry at a desk job, although I honestly can't see him always sticking to that when adventure calls.
Great job as always.
Author's Response: I think you\'re quite right. Harry wouldn\'t be Harry without some sort of adventure in the offing, would he? Ginny will never be able to keep him out of hot water for long. Thanks for your comments.
so nice. I love that lullaby, I sang it when I was in choir in high school! I wish you fast fingers and free flowing thoughts as you finish this story!
Author's Response: I like that lullaby too. It\'s quite beautiful when sung properly (which Harry apparently didn\'t do, but I\'m sure it was heartfelt). Thanks so much.
Summary: A child in Harry's class at primary school ponders why he seems so withdrawn.
This was very sweet! I liked it a lot. Yay for brilliant ideas.
Author's Response: Thank you! ^_^
Summary: Peter Pettigrew is dead by his own silver hand. Remus Lupin shares the news with Sirius Black and the Potters and ponders how he feels about it. (Warning: Adult wizards will swear--especially if one has been in prison...)
Originally published: Fiction Alley, Dec. 2007.
Wow. This was incredable. Thank you for writing this. It's the most realistic look at the betrayal that I've read. Simply beautiful!
Author's Response: Thank you for the great review. It made me feel all warm and fuzzy, because I did really want to portray Sirius and Remus as realistically as possible. I\'m glad you think I succeeded! Thanks again!
Summary: “I’m willing to die for this war but I’m not willing to sacrifice my life for it! And maybe you don’t understand, but it’s not the same thing, James; it’s not the same thing!”
In the middle of the first war against Voldemort, James and Lily Potter's world is crumbling in around them. Will their marriage crumble as well? *one-shot*
Cute ending. I liked it. I'm a big fan of writing James and Lily fighting when their married, because, hey, it happens. Nice work!
Author's Response: Thanks! Yeah, Harry\'s a very passionate character, so it would make sense that his parents are, too! :)
Summary: COMPLETE. When trying to decide who might be worse - the Weasley twins or James and Sirius - the Fat Lady retells a story about overhearing James' confession to Lily. One-shot.
Haha, cute. I love that this was the portrait's perspective. Nice one-shot!