I am a R/Hr shipper and prefer canon related stories although here at mugglenet i read a wide range of fanfics from D/Hr to R/D.
~* You can't spell Hermione without Ron*~
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Summary: Submission to Winter Snows Holiday Challenge number Four : The Twelve Days of Christmas.
As the Twelve Days of Christmas go by, Ron Weasley gets numerous 'presents' - if you can call what he gets 'presents' - from someone who he will later realize is none other than his True Love.
Based on the traditionnal jiggle "On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, my True Love gave to me ..."
Hahaha!! It's so cute and funny at the same time. ^_^
Summary: Challenge #4- for Hufflepuff house.
The inspiration for this version of "12 Days" is one of my favorite xmas tunes "The 12 Pains of Christmas". At the end of each stanza, the lines in parentheses are Harry's musings on the gifts of that day. I fixed the 8th day, thanks everyone!
LOL!! brilliant! =D
Summary: Ron Weasley is getting tired of life slapping him in the face, and one rainy morning he finds himself alone at the Burrow with a tearful, irritable Hermione. Arguments, confrontations and confessions ensue. HBP Spoilers, RHr.
I love it. Everyone was very IC and Ron was just Ron. I love Ron! I love the way you represented Ron and this is a great story. Well done!
Summary: Remus worries why his wife comes home late so often.
Aaaww!! It's so sweet! I thought initially that Tonks was learning how to brew Wolfsbane potion secretly. Nice job!
Summary: A short poem showing Draco Malfoy's point of view in Half-Blood Prince.
Wow.. this is really good. ^_^
Summary: At the new year, Hermione decides it's the perfect time for a new start - most specifically with Ron. The only problem is, she has no idea where he is, what he's doing - he could even be married, for all she knows! But there's only one way to find out - so she writes him a letter. But where will her letters lead?
What!? Why was there no character death warning? How could Ron fall off a broom? How come Ginny didn't inform Hermione about Ron's death?
Anyway I love the suspense element in your story.
Author's Response: I\'m terrible - I never put character death warnings, because half the time (such as this one) the warning would spoil the fic itself! From my knowledge you only have to put a character death warning if the death might offend/seriously negatively affect someone - such as if it was described graphically, which I never do. However, I do like my writing to affect people, but hopefully not in a negative way, but in more of a pensive way - yes, it\'s sad, but life is sad too. \r\n\r\nAs for how Ron fell off the broom - remember in the first chapter, Hermione\'s second letter to Ron? Where she warned Ron not to fall off his broom like Charlsky the Quidditch player did in the bad weather? Ironically, that\'s exactly what happened to Ron - he had the same idea as Hermione, flying after his owl to see where she lived, to get in touch with her - however, in the dark of night, the terrible weather and Pig\'s sporadic flying, he fell off, as the caretaker explained.\r\n\r\nGinny didn\'t tell Hermione as she couldn\'t - it reminded her too much of being told that Harry was dead, in the war, as I think is hinted at somewhere in one of the letters, perhaps? Also, if you go back to the first chapter, Hermione notes in a letter to Ron that Ginny hasn\'t been replying to her letters recently, which she finds odd - the real reason is because Ginny simply can\'t face telling Hermione about Ron - it\'s too hard for her, considering what happened with Harry, and especially how she was always going on at Hermione to get back in touch with Ron (which Hermione also says in the letter) - and how when she finally does, it\'s too late. Ginny just couldn\'t bear to tell her.\r\n\r\nThank you so much for your review, and I\'m absolutely thrilled that you enjoy the suspense, because that was definitely a key element I wanted to have in this story, so I\'m so glad you think it went off well!
Oh my goodness. That was definitely the longest reply i have ever had Kiara. I was half afraid to read it. I'm sorry if i offended you but the thought that none of the Weasleys could muster up the nerve to inform Hermione of Rons death after all they've been through was too much really. But I really felt for Hermione when she realized the truth.
Author's Response: Oh gosh no - of course you didn\'t offend me! I\'m really sorry if it came off like that - I was honestly just trying to explain! Yes - I realise how you would think that the Weasleys would have gone straight to her - but I think that given the circumstances, I can almost understand how they wouldn\'t - like, perhaps they didn\'t immediately as they couldn\'t believe it themselves almost, and telling Hermione would make it too true? I\'m not sure - perhaps in time they would have been able to tell her - and there\'s no excuse for not telling her - but sometimes it is just too hard. I am definitely so glad that you empathised with Hermione at the end there, as I felt incredibly sad writing it! And please, never hesitate to mention or ask anything in a review - I\'ll never get offended, it\'s far more likely that I\'ll get into it and write too much, as usual! *hugs* Thank you so much for your opinion, and for reading!
Summary: “Death is just a shadow I’m hiding behind.”
The war is over and the world has moved on, because Hermione Granger can no longer.
“I wish you were still with me…I wish you’d never left my side…”
On one clear, moonless night, Ron gets his wish granted. But at a very high price…the world isn’t the same without her sacrifice.
Written by Gin_Drinka of Hufflepuff House for the What You Wish for Promp in the Spring Challenge.
A Runner-up in the Spring Challenge!
OMG..this is beautifully written. The way you string words together seamlessly is just WOW! Great job! ^_^
Summary: When Hermione falls in love with her red-haired best friend, she comes to realize that holidays are no help at all. Features secret agent Hermione (theme song included!), semi-psychotic Ginny, smugly smirking Harry, Quidditch kit Ron, snowball fights, breaking and entering, presents, stolen clothes, owl poop, broken platters and a truly spectacular hexing of Malfoy.
great job! more please!
Summary: It has been 6 weeks since the death of Lord Voldemort, and Ron looks back at the most important year of his life.
Its so so very sad! i almost cried. it's really good. you should write more.
Author's Response: You think? Well, I thank you for your kind words and encouragement, but I have no idea what to write about. I am very tempted with another story in a similar vein but with a Harry/Ginny focus.
Summary: Ever wonder how Ron and Hermione really got together? How constant fighting seemed to lead to a romance? What happens when a letter to a certain Durmstrang student sends a certain Gryffindor over the edge? Join Ron and Hermione on the night they came together, and the pumpkin pasties that seem to get in the way. All told from Colin Creevey’s point of view, of course!
Author's Response: Gracias!
I could never tire from reading this over and over again. You are very descriptive which is great and Colin's POV is a stroke of genius! ^_^
Author's Response: Haha, thanks so much! The compliment was great, since sometimes I think I\'m a bit too over descriptive...
Summary: Last night, on the eve of the battle, a different sort of desperation prompted him to corner her in the library. There, amidst piles of books and flickering candlelight, he told her without preamble, “I can’t do this without you.”
Great job! ^_^
Summary: As Ron tries out his hand at Patronuses during the last D.A. meeting, a memory comes to mind that still brings a smile to his face.
I am beauty and brains of Gryffindor for the June One-Shot Challenge.
it's so sweet and adorable! Love it! =)
Author's Response: Tankies bunches! This is a bit sweeter than I normally write...almost to the point where it gives you a cavity.
Summary: Hermione reflects on what her life on Earth was like.
Sequel to "Dear Ron."
Thanks for all of the awesome reviews and keep them coming!
there's something lacking but it is a very good attempt.
Author's Response: thanks? please let me know what i can do to make it better!
Summary: As Harry stares death in the face, he writes Ginny one last letter, one he may never send.
As the storm finally breaks,
And the darkness kills the light,
I wish that I were not alone,
As I enter the final fight.
R&R! All reveiws wiil be answered!
Nicely written. I can definitely feel his despair.
Summary: Why Hermoine really *wasn't* sure that Ron could pass a Muggle driving test.
LOL!! perfect ending! ^_^
We live. We die. We pass into the Great Beyond...
The Adventure begins.
First Place Winner of '07 Autumn Ode Challenge!
Composing rhyming poetry and telling a story at the same time? How easy you make it seem! I find it hard to write poetry from someone elses POV. Well done! Very simple, straight to the point and yet heartfelt too.
Author's Response: Thank you. I was really upset when JKR killed off Remus and Tonks, so this was kind of a tribute to their lives and their love. I am glad that the heartfelt-ness came through. ~ Fauna
Summary: It’s all about the little things…
If you’ve ever missed somebody special, this is for you.
i love it. bittersweet. good job.
Summary: Remus and Sirius share an awkward cup of tea.
One shot set during GOF.
nice. smoothly written. seems very real.