Summary: Ever wonder why Tom Riddle turned evil? Well, here's the answer. Written by my friend Jenna and I
Oh wow... I know all about that frustration, but I've never met anyone who turned to the dark side because of it! It's an interesting story.
Summary: So when it finally happened, she was not surprised. Her dreams had told her it was coming. Her nightmares, I should say, had warned her of the inevitable. The inevitable she had tried to deny. But there was no denying it. No changing it. No escaping it. She Knew. . .
This is incredibly, incredibly sad. I think part of that was achieved through the repetition of the words "She knew." Keep writing about her.
Summary: “Sirius, how many times do I have to tell you that you can’t sing ‘Rocky Raccoon’ at the wedding?” Remus said in exasperation. Really, it was no wonder it had been so difficult for James and Lily to agree to let Sirius do something besides his speech.
This story made me laugh and cry all at once! I love all your Beatle jokes, and when Sirius started singing... This is a great story!
Have you read A Christmas Carol? I was just wondering, the story's great. I mean, who would have thought Voldemort had bunny slippers?
Author's Response: I haven\'t read it all the way through, but I did resort to it to find out what went where. I have seen a lot of the movies that use it as a theme. My favorite being A Muppet Christmas Carol. :)
Cute. Very cute.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you enjoyed it! =)
Summary: Enclosed here is a printed copy of the one and ONLY valentine that You- Know-Who, yes, he HIMSELF, in all his evil glory, ever wrote. With witty rhyme and winning words it shows you the other side of this seemingly heartless man. And to make it a little more interesting I'm not going to tell you who it is written to (*evil laugh*) in the poem. You can guess in your reviews and I'll tell you if you are right. If you are the first to correctly guess the person, I’ll give you the code for an icon I made and you can post it on your bio (if you want). Good Luck! Hope you enjoy! Please review!
Summary: Sirius has finally realised he has feelings for a certain girl... but since he can't share these considerations with James, who is he going to turn to for advice?
Interesting... I take it the name Helen came from Helen of Troy?
What Do You With A Drunken House Elf…Early In The Morning? by Spenser Hemmingway
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 16]
Summary: What do you do? It was supposed to be a morning where Harry could get caught up on his sleep. Ginny and the little guy have other ideas.
Nice. See if you can get me that picture.
Author's Response: I ran into some copyright infringement issues with Snape\'s photograph, but we are working on it. Would you accept the pictures of Hagrid from last New Year\'s Eve? Thank you for reading. Eric B.
Summary: What to do about your best friend's strange phobias? Remus, Sirius and Peter's method was perhaps not the best, but it had some rather pleasant side-effects...
I think this is a very silly take on everything, but it's written very well! Who'd have thought?
Summary: Second Place in The One-Shot Challenge – Muggle Artifacts for Hufflepuff House.
The Marauders stumble across a mysterious Muggle object.
This is hilarious! How did you think of it?
Author's Response: Thanks. I don't remember where the whole idea came from but it was prompted by a challenge from the Boards. I had been wanting to do something with the Marauders so this was my excuse.
Summary: This story takes place on Christmas Eve at some point after the death of James and Lily. Miles apart and completely alone, Remus Lupin is homeless and Sirius Black is locked in Azkaban. Both struggle with the pain and loneliness of their current situations, reflect on the joy of the past and make Christmas wishes.
It's beautiful. Sleep in heavenly peace.
Summary: Molly is baking when someone walks into the kitchen at Number Twelve, Grimmauld Place. Christmas may as well last twelve days, right?
Excellent! I feel you've shown a whole new side of Snape and Molly, and I truly enjoyed the new perspectives.
Wow... you need a longer book of cliches... poor Remus.
Euphorbia milii-dualis: tickled-pink thorny spurge by beaweasley2
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 1]
Summary: Ginny wanted to give her brothers, Fred and George, a unique and interesting birthday gift. However, things didn’t go quite as she planned.
An excellent balance of science, humor, love, and fear. Keep writing!
Wow... interesting start to a story. I like your writing style and how you don't give things away at the beginning. That's something I've never been able to do. Keep going!
Summary: Selina, a third year Slytherin wakes up one day to discover she is bleeding. Convinced death is imminant, there is only one person she can talk to- her Head of House, Professor Snape.
Oh my god, I cannot believe you actually wrote something like this! The story's good, but it's a little... inappropriate to say the least.
Author's Response: I\'m sorry if the story seems inappropriate, however, there are warning lables on it so that you know what your are reading. What Selina is going through is simply a fact of life for every young girl and the saddest part of all is that many of them experiance her situation. If there was a bit more awareness and tolerance about simple facts then many girls will be spared both the embarassment that Selina felt, and the worry and feelings that they are doing something wrong simply because their bodies are changing. And that, I feel, is a very appropriate and needful topic indeed.
Summary: Blaise Zabini decides to take a trip to visit his old teacher. Little did he know that he would come out of the visit with a story that would change his life.
Honorable Mention in June One-Shot Challenge.
Wow... tha's very sad, yet very sweet.
Author's Response: Thanks!
Summary: Barty Crouch's POV, in chapters 16 and 17 of GOF, and how gets Harry into the tournament.
Mildly AU, perhaps, and rating is slight language.
Very well written, very good idea, and very good characterization! I'd almost be interested to see Crouch's thought process in guiding Harry through the tasks, and since you did so well on this, I'd hope you would write it sometime! Good work all around.
Summary: It's Ron's first disastrous day working at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. If things weren't bad enough, a very peculiar customer shows up... post-DH,
Slow day? It's a good story, but it bears the tone of a student on holiday who needed something to write about before they went crazy. Interesting idea, though... Explains a lot.