Summary: Here's the story of awkward situations. The story of a stubborn girl and a determined boy. The story of broom closets, bra straps and declarations of affection. Here's the fairy-tale story of how Lily Evans finally fell for the bullying toerag James Potter. *one-shot*
that was so cute
Summary: 2008 QSQ Awards Runner-up for Best Post-Hogwarts
Harry defeated Voldemort. Harry married Ginny. Harry and Ginny had five children. Harry disappeared. My name is Lily Potter, and this is the story of what happened when my father returned after six years missing to find my mother about to re-marry. This is the story of myself, my crazy family, and most of all, this is the story of my parents and the man who tried to come between them. (pre-Deathly Hallows)
"Oh, I can so die happy now!" -Sirius Potter
That story was filled with humor and suspence. I loved the way Lily's voice resounded throughout. Brava!
Author's Response: Thank you!
Summary: After a potion goes awry, Draco finds himself as the newly appointed babysitter of one Hermione Granger, age: 4. As if that wasn't humiliating enough, his wand is confiscated by Potter and he is forced to do everything the dreaded Muggle way.
Note to my readers: This story has been on hiatus forever due to a variety of factors. I do hope to finish it some day, but don't hold your breath. Also, this is NOT a Dramione nor will I change it to be one. Lastly, I am in the process of rewriting this story so bear with me.
This is such a great story, and I thoroughly enjoy it, but the way you describe Hermione is more of a 2 or 3 year old, not a 4 year old.
Author's Response: Behaviour in children is really relative. I read up on children in this age group, nd they\'re all pretty much the same - with the notable exceptions of what they learn. Plus, I also asked my own mother. Of course, I don\'t have any children myself so yeah. But I\'m doing my best. Thank for your review and observations. XD I really do appreciate it.
Summary: From the ancient and noble house of Black to the obscurity of being Muggleborn, seventh year just promised to be another school year, although their last. Andromeda is testing her boundaries and the limits placed upon her. She's rebelling a bit from the ideals that she was brought up with. Ted is just living in the moment, still trying to decide what he wants to be. Fighting with habitual messiness and lack of organization, the cheerful, happy-go-lucky Hufflepuff soon finds himself in the midst of something he hadn't expected. Two unlikely characters, a spark of life, and the awkwardness of repeated encounters leads to more than they expected out of their seventh year.
I'm sorry for the long wait for the next chapter. It's finally finished. I graduated high school in 2010 and then entered college. It was quite a stressful time and quite the transition. I also lost the chapter once when my computer crashed. I had struggled with it for so long (writer's block) and when it was almost done, there it went into technological oblivion. I was so frustrated, I couldn't bring myself to try rewriting it until recently.
I love the story, but the jump to Raphael with Andromeda was confusing. I didn't think he was considering them together?
Author's Response: Raphael is very much the arrogant, pure blooded Slytherin. He's the stereotype of the story. His parents and Andromeda's parents want them together and he agrees. Plus he's the kind of figure who wants what he can't have. In this case, it's Andromeda and therefore, he wants them together. As for Andromeda, she is very very confused about Ted and herself. She has what she's always known with the pure bloods and the Slytherins. I hope this clears up some of your confusion. :) Thanks for reading!
NOT An Essay On The Life And Achievements Of Harry Potter by Goodbye_Earl
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 18]
Lily Luna Potter is given History of Magic homework to write about the life and achievements of one Harry Potter, and (being the abnormal weirdo that she is) she decides to write it in verse. Sadly, Lily is labouring under the delusion that she is a talented poet, even though her rhyming is almost as good as her mother’s (as exhibited in CoS)…
Well this is what she wrote! Professor Binns won’t know what’s hit him...
A millon billion trillion Thank Yous to lunirina, who saved this from the horrific state it was in!
That is a beautiful summary of the whole Harry Potter series. If Peeves and the Sorting Hat came up with a summary, I would imagine it sounding a lot like this. Her voice is funny and genuine. Way to go.
Author's Response: Thanks, I like the idea of Peeves making this up, I can imagine Lily was slightly influenced by him =]
I really liked this story. It was very well written and the characterization and description was great. A lot of the romance stories are cliched but yours is sweet and hopeful and beautiful. I can't wait to read more since I haven't read Reluctant Love, but I'll get on that right away. Way to go!
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it :) Thanks for such a nice review. I hope you like Reluctant Love! ~ Cassie
Summary: It's Harry Potter's first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But his little sister, Kata Potter, still has a year to go. She's still in Little Whinging. And nothing is the same. Her brother is gone, her friends have changed, and she's been told to trust no one. All Kata has left is an assignment from her teacher: find and catalog the twenty things that make her world go 'round. Maybe Kata's too young for the magic, but she's going to have her own adventures... adventures that will take her from Little Whinging to London, a police station, the back of a train, a stage with a bright light... and maybe even to Hogwarts itself.
Twenty Things is a story about finding yourself, your friends, your secrets, and your past, and hacking it all into some sort of future.
I like it, but they don't really talk like ten year olds.
Author's Response: Yeah... I'm sorry, that's me. I have an English teacher that drills vocabulary into our brains, and it comes out in what I write. Keep in mind, Kata is telling the story from when she's older, so all the imagery and descriptions should should sound like a much older person is writing them. I try to make the things they actually say a bit more "little-kiddish." Thanks so much for your review!
Summary: Lucile Ronalds is still traumatised by the Second War, now living in a country with a language she doesn't even understand. Now all she's trying to do is move on, but her lack of English means that the only job she could get was as a secretary in the Ministry under the watchful eye of Harry Potter, who isn't even sure why she's there.
However, as she begins to learn the language and starts climbing the career ladder, she begins to become closer with the head Auror, along with another temp, Connor Lately. Which of the two will she choose, or will she try and be with someone who actually isn't in a relationship? On top of that, will she ever discover what actually happened to her family back in France and recover from her lost friend? Read on to find out.
I really like it, but I'm slightly confused. I thought the story was about Julie? The French was tres magnifique!
Author's Response: Don't worry. It'll all come together. Thank you - I'm eternally grateful for my beta, who rose my French from GCSE level to understandable lol x