Favorite characters: Fred, and George Draco Harry
Favorite to write: Hermione, then Draco
Favorite Pairings: Harry/Draco Harry/Hermione Harry/Ron Harry/George Harry/Fred lol
Favorite Passtimes: Singing, Writing, Making Banners/Digital Manipulation, reading (romance) fics, avoiding doing homework :D
Writing Style: usually sentimental, focusing on emotion and details, stories expressing dilemmas, conflict within the protagonist.
Which wand will yours be?
10 1/2 inches, cedar and floo powder, a strange Gregorovitch combination indeed! You've been bitten bad by the travel bug, and change is the name of your game. A true wanderer, you can't stay long in one place and wish to travel the world. Take this quiz!
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i love this ff! its really cute & funny! its got depth and the right amount of light-hearted humour! definately adding this 2 my favorites.....
Wow, I really enjoyed reading this story. I love the way you wrote it, it's a very interesting perspective and technique.
I like that you concentrated on the emotions and thoughts, because in many things I've read, the author gets lost in physical and material details, and it takes away from the emotional aspect of the story. Also, I really like the ending. While I reading, I thought that the two wouldn't get together. It was a nice surprise that they did.
I absolutely love the way you incorporate so much of their feelings into the story by including their thoughts. It makes the story so much more personal, and I feel much closer to the characters, rather than watching from a distance. I really enjoyed this story! It seems so.. true, is the only word I can think of to describe it! You're a wonderful writer!
Author's Response: Wow. What a wonderful review. I really appreciate you taking the time to tell me such nice things. I\'m glad that my thoughts come across so well. Thank you again!!
Aww, I love this story.. although I was surprised that Mrs. Weasley said yes!
Your stories make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Hehehehehe
Author's Response: I couldn\'t imagine any other answer. Plus, you know she loves Harry. There are several moments when Molly and Harry have the opportunity to talk that I haven\'t shown. I think she has finally ocme to terms with Harry\'s abilities. Thank you!!!
I like the POV you used, and Sirius's emotions seemed right on point.
I really enjoyed reading it. great job!
Author's Response: I\'m glad you enjoyed your reading! Thanks for your review!
Harry was his idol... Colin finds out now, that to 'idolise' someone is dangerous - very dangerous indeed. Colin is squirming with guilt, until such times as it will consume him...
I loved this story! It was very cute, and felt very real. I love the way you expressed all of Colin's conflicting emotions, about how he had felt guilty about the picture, but it was to save his job. I also loved the ending! It made me smile, and I havent stopped yet, I'm definitely adding this to my favorites!
Although, I must admit, I was a little dissapointed when Colin realized he didn't love Harry. I think Colin/Harry is a sweet ship, essentially.
Lovely story! I loved reading it!
Author's Response: Aww, thank you! The only reason there\'s no actual relationship is becasue [and I KNOW they\'re just the same] I didn\'t want to make their relationship too flowery or anything, and I didn\'t want to assume anything more than I already have. I can\'t wait though, to keep writing this. I\'ve decided to change it from a one-shot!
Wow, this was a great story. It's amazing the way you portrayed Remus and his emotions were so perfectly written. It was really moving when he finally broke down, I felt like crying with him.
Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much for the great review, Alyssa! I\'m thrilled to hear that you liked the story.
~Megan, who loves Remus very much.
Very awesome poem! The emotion is conveyed quite clearly and it's perfection. I love it. It's so expressive.
I think I have a new favorite genre of HP fanfiction.
Author's Response: Wow, I changed someone\'s favorite genre? Or I contributed to the change?? Yay, you made my day! I heard from a friend of mine that you are an awesome banner maker. This IS a small world...
I really liked this fic!
I like the fact that in the very opening sentnces, you grab the reader's attention and even portray a lot of Sirius's personality. By starting off with the search, instead of a little while before that, you make the reader really want to read on, to learn why Sirius is searching, and you insert very characteristic humour at the same time, with the joke about the undergarments.
In this fic, you demonstrate very well the fact that Sirius can't help but be jocund at certain times even in serious or frightening situations.
I was aslo surprised to see the f-word. I think that was just going a little too far. Other four letter words may have been more appropriate even though repetition may have occured.
I also adore how you got all the characters seemingly so true to their canon selves. Their reactions to the situiations seem very real and plausable. Harry was very cute in this fic as well!!
The only down side, is that some of your sentences seem a bit awkward, like
These two sentences could have been improved a bit:
James flew out of the kitchen so quickly that Sirius thought he might have Apparated. He roused himself to follow.
Author's Response: First, thank you so much for your thoughtful comments, Pixichik! I take your point on the \'f-word\': that\'s why it\'s rated the way it is. And I agree, that is an awkward sentence! I may have to go and revise it!! -starmom
Sorry, I wasn't quite finished reviewing. Not sure what happened there.
Sirius was poking through some bushes that appeared to have been recently disturbed.
They seemed a bit chunky to me, and maybe if you reordered the words, it would seem to go more smoothly.
Overall, it was very entertaining, and a pleasure to read!
Author's Response: I have revised these sentences! Thanks for the helpful feedback!
I really liked this poem!
It was very interesting and refreshing, the way you're written the first two parts as more questioning and the last as more of a statement.
I'm glad I read this, it was so nice, and I absolutely adore your descritptions and use of adjectives, it's really beautiful!!
I can barely stop myself from reading it over and over! :D
Author's Response: Glad you liked it, Alyssa. This is a fair-enough poem which plays with parallax and juxtaposition of one object in relation to another, and I think it succeeds fairly well. Thanks for your review; also, for the encouragement. Best, James
Aw, I really like this. I enjoyed the way you switched POV's and it's an excellent way to start off your fic. Can't wait to read more.
I also thought it was really cute the way they both thought the same thing about the chocolate frog, and how they parallel each other at times.. I really liked it = )