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I am no longer an author on Mugglenet Fan Fiction. But please enjoy the stories I wrote a year or so ago anyhow! Thank you to everyone who wrote meaningful, wonderful reviews and supported my writing. If you wish to contact me, please do so by email, at email@example.com. Thank you.
My name is Lindsey, with the penname of Ron x Hermione on both here and the forums. I am a member of the Hufflepuff house and support my house with the utmost respect and endeavour, always going out of my way when possible to receive extra points. This would be one of the reason I have such an extensive library of stories, because most of them are challenge fictions. Some have even won a few awards. For example, Pain Doesn't Cost a Thing won first place in the Summer Challenge in 2007, Unexpected Gifts won second place in a challenge near Christmas 2006, Sacking that Silvery Man . . . won third place in the 'Dolores Umbridge Challenge' in the Spring-Summer of 2007, The Depths of a Darkened Mind won third place in the Gauntlet of Summer 2007, and I'm thinking that that is it. I had taken leave from about August 2007 to October-ish, but I found that I couldn't stay away from here for that long. I hope that my writing has improved at least a bit since last writing a story, and I hope that you, the possible reader, enjoys what you read.
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I am officially in SPEW! (The Society for the Proper Evaluation of Writers.) *coughs or Society for the Protection and Expansion of Weirdness coughs* But I now have a straitjacket! *tries to wave but can't due to restraint*
I now am even in the Susan Bones Book Club, where we analyse different brilliant stories on the forums. It's amazing there. Cute Banner by Noldo.
And though I have blatantly yet to go on a poetry spree of writing, I am in Poetry Anyone, a great little club where poets come together to share their views and thoughts on the metre of a poem. :) Amazing banner by the lovely suzie/crazy_purple_hp_freak!
January 30th, 2008:
The last update I kind of lied a bit. I'm sorry about that. It turned out that while soccer winded down, drama and schoolwork didn't, keeping me away for longer. Now I have a few hours on the computer every once in a while and found that I couldn't stay away from some of the challenges. I just had a new story published Everlasting Friendship and a Green Baseball Cap if it is of any interest to you, dear reader. -grins- I do hope that I continue to write stories and someone continues to read them. Thanks very much for all of the continuous support through reviews and emails. I love you all.
Books: Harry Potter 1-SEVEN, Where Willows Grow, Rose for Melinda, The Giver, Gathering Blue, The Messenger, Prayer for Owen Meany, Charlotte’s Web, Bridge to Terabithia, Shiloh, Where the Red Fern Grows, Summer of the Monkeys, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Man on Fire, Anthem, A Rip in Heaven, The Stand, Crank, and Night.
Movies: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Saw 1 and 2 and 3, Domestic Disturbance, Armageddon, Tristan and Isolde, Simon Birch, The Sixth Sense, My Girl, Where the Red Fern Grows, Day After Tomorrow, Holes, Red Eye, Moulin Rouge, The Outsiders, Flight of the Phoenix, High School Musical 2, Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Ladder 49, National Treasure, For the Love of a Child, Click, House of D, Mean Creek, Wild Hogs, Blades of Glory, Disturbia, Spiderman 3, Hairpsray! (the newer version), The Stand (mini series) and Across the Universe (though I was utterly disappointed), but the music was amazing.
TV: My stimulus for Mondays is 'Heroes', where the weekly glimpse of Milo Ventimiglia keeps me going; on Tuesdays I watch 'The Biggest Loser' if I don't have a soccer game; I watch 'Kid Nation, 'Private Practice, and 'CSI: New York'; and on Thursdays I watch 'Grey's Anatomy'. Yes, I have a nice schedule going on.
Music: I have recently become a raging addict for Cartel. Will Pugh is just . . . So amazing. I also really like Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson, and Evan Rachel Wood off the Across the Universe movie and soundtrack, I found an old Backstreet Boys CD and have found a newfound love again for them, Family Force 5, John Mayer, Josh Groban, Kelly Clarkson, and all of the cast of High School Musical 2 with the exception of Vanessa Hudgens.
Favorite Actors and Actresses: Rupert Grint, Jake Gylenhaal, William Moseley, Nicolas Cage, Ewan McGregor, Joseph Mazzello, Leonardo DiCaprio, David Duchovny, Jim Sturgess, Dakota Fanning, Dennis Quaid, Hayden Panettierre, Milo Ventimiglia, Gary Sinise, and Shia Labeouf.
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3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Carrie West finds the love of her life murdered by an unknown hand the day before her wedding. Christian Lowe was very well known to many amongst the Wizarding World, an infamous Healer, a man that gave generous donations to St. Mungo's. Showing compassion to anyone he met, he came off as a wonderful person. Carrie felt that she was the luckiest person in the world to be marrying such a catch. But it all came crashing down the day she found his body.
The funeral is had, the burial over, and Carrie finds herself wondering what to do with her life now. The life she wanted had died along with Christian. But a mysterious man comes forward with information concerning Christian that Carrie had never known before, something that might have ensued in his murder.
With the new information, Carrie learns of the possibilities of who the killers may or may not be. When the day comes for her to testify toward the accused, Carrie finds herself reeling with possibilities of what she might do when she sees her fiancee's killers. The prosecutor of the case just might assist Carrie, giving her advice, even more information, and possibly even justice.
Will Carrie receive justice? Will she ever be able to live the same life she had before she met Christian?Written by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff for the Colors of the Spectrum Challenge. This is for the Water Prompt.
OVERALL WINNER OF THE COLORS OF THE SPECTRUM SERIES PART II CHALLENGE!
3rd-5th Years • 22 Reviews
After the last battle Ron and Hermione started a relationship. But Ron's love for being an Auror soon surpasses Hermione, and they break it off, both heartbroken and discouraged. Hermione’s love for books has obscured her mind, and she soon discovers a tiny shop on the outskirts of Muggle London to establish a bookstore, a place where she can wield her own adoration as well as assist others in theirs. She leaves the magical world and all of the friends she's made behind with it. She hides her wand in a box under bed, away from any harm or pretense to use it. Fairly soon, what had started out as a shop that many thought would go out of business in weeks had established itself as a very worthwhile enterprise. Mark, Hermione's boyfriend, is constantly toying with her nerves, his abusive and whiny persona taking its toll on her life.
On a very important date in Muggle London, Mark proposes to Hermione under the oddest of circumstances, and Hermione glimpses Ron for the first time in nearly a year. Her love for him causes Mark to be outraged, and they leave the scene they have made in shambles.
Ron and Hermione are soon dating again, now that their lives have settled and their jobs are at ease. All is going well until Hermione begins to show signs of sickness. Bruises are forming on her body and she can't make out where they came from. She dismisses them and blames it on clumsiness, but the headaches become worse and worse until one day she finally collapses and is taken to St. Mungo's.
Hermione's illness turns out to be worse than anyone could have ever imagined. Will she be able to overcome it, and will true love prevail it all?This is a new and improved, revamped version of this story. It has been rewritten halfway in compliance with DH. The older story, with all of its lovely reviews, have been regretfully deleted to make room for this version. Enjoy!
6th-7th Years • 3 Reviews
His words are similar to velvet, soft and sweet. His eyes stare into yours and you dare not glance away. Thus, when he speaks it is unacceptable for you to digress or ignore. Because he is your savior, your mentor, your god, your father, you must follow him. He thinks that he has all of the power he can possibly hold in his large fists above you.
He is correct. But only as long as you will listen.
There is nothing that provides Astra solace in what her father calls the Dark Lord’s world. She possesses no hope, friends, or schooling to keep her life in check. It is only her father and his stories of how he is the most loyal servant the Dark Lord has ever known
, and how one day he will rule over the world. But have these beliefs been pressed upon her and interpreted as her own? Will she one day become a rival of the Dark Lord’s most faithful servant?
Written for the Extra Credit Challenge: Idea by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff House.
WON FIRST PLACE IN THE CHALLENGE!
3rd-5th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: A young boy crept stealthily down the stairs in only boxer shorts and a baseball cap. He pulled the hat down over his eyes to give him more of a shield so he wouldn’t be seen. It was his haven, his protector. No boogeyman or burglar could touch him as long as the hat was on his small head. Every time he put it on it felt like the first time.
Josiah and Grace are inseparable. They’ve known each other since they were only days old and that bond has held strong these past eleven years. A secluded wood is their haven, their place to play. But this forest was not meant to be inhabited by anyone or anything. It is the same place that many have been murdered. The two children, too, are expecting their special letters to a special school. Sadness, kisses, and lots of love are in store for the two. Sadly, one may just have to tell the other that life doesn’t come out the way everyone planned. Will they be able to survive it?
I am Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff.
3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
She awakes in the middle of the night screaming, screaming for something that even she herself knows she can’t stop. His image is burned into her body, her heart, her brain. Every time she opens her eyes she sees his perfect image hazily in her line of view, yet it is so flawed because she is the one seeing it. Her smile would form, then relax, then falter as she saw him coming near. He’d soon take her in his arms, pushing her against the wall, a fearful grimace approaching upon her face for the first time since meeting him because of his sudden violence . . . This constant frame spools on an infinite wheel inside her head as she sleeps, bathes, eats. It is all she can think of. This same movie plays within her brain for all of her days, all except when she is with him. While he is with her, his love (though he constantly is disproving it) never falters and the movie changes, distorts into what is happening then and now, and she is forced to relive it for a second, third, and fifteenth horrifying time, even when she is not with him and the ordeal is over. She only ends it at the last part, squeezing her eyes tightly shut and not daring to open them until the dawn comes. Whether or not sleep comes she does not know, but all the girl thinks of is him. It is all that is possible, all that is true.
“I’ll tell them. I’ll them everything you did when you were such a bad little girl."
This was written for the Autumn Challenge by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff for the prompt of 'Telling the Truth'.
1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Narcissa is told by her father that if she doesn’t marry Lucius Malfoy that she will be disowned from the family. But when Lucius proposes, is she willing to give up Galleons to find the one she truly loves?
1st-2nd Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: Luna Lovegood. Her blonde hair usually was down and straight, taking on a slightly darker look in the sun as she stayed outside by the Black Lake in her free time, reading and taking in all of the learning she could. It was what took up her time because of her rubbish ability to make companions.
But he still admired her from afar, and anything she said or did was beautiful in his eyes.
3rd-5th Years • 41 Reviews
Even from young children, Brett and Emma have been inseparable. When they are eleven, they both get letters to a famous Wizarding school. But their luck runs deeper as they soon find out that they’ve been placed into the same house. But that all comes crashing down when Brett has to move away to a northern country for his parents’ occupations. They can no longer have contact, and are utterly heartbroken, realising they’ve been in love this entire time.
The year is 2044 and Emma Collins is now seventeen and in her seventh year at Hogwarts. She’s made new friends and is beautiful and talented. While it’s taken her a while to get over the loss of her old friend, she’s just gotten back on track in her life and every boy is starting to notice her, looking twice when she walks past. When he, Brett, left, she was heartbroken.
But Emma’s life takes a drastic change when she learns of the TriWizard Tournament, a series of dangerous competitions in which students (that are strictly seventeen) compete in dangerous tasks to win the glory and envy of the two schools that are challenging them. Emma decides to enter, but she knows she won’t even be considered for the contest. Or will she?
Emma’s whole life is challenged; with someone she once loved’s return, horrific deaths, utter and heartbreaking betrayal, and challenging tasks, she has only one mission: to survive the next day in her final year at Hogwarts.
This was written by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff, trying not to perish herself as she answers the call to the TriWizard Tournament Competition.
This story got first place in the Triwizard Tales Challenge!!!!! Thanks so much to the judges and all of the lovely reviewers who kept me going! *hugs*
6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Draco Malfoy is alone, wanted by Death Eaters, and yearning for sheer love. His cold eyes wander the Daily Prophet
, smirking in an attempt to accept that fact he was a convicted Death Eater and wanted dead by both sides for betrayal. He seeks refuge in a chocolate frog instead of a bitter wheat cereal, his teeth savouring the sweet taste as he chewed, thinking only of dark things.
But upon staring at the prize that comes with the candy, a Wizard card, he finds himself whisked away to a dangerous place, the air filled to the brim with death, now feeling as if he will retch if he doesn’t escape. But he soon finds that he can’t. Running into giants, more cards, and a secret passageway that will ultimately determine his fate, Draco Malfoy will ultimately find his way home, whether it's the kind of home he wishes for, or one he must choose.
This was written for the Gauntlet by Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff. The judges gave this story third place in the Gauntlet! Thanks so much to you guys!
3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: He thought of her every day. Every hour. Every moment.
Draco Malfoy has been inside Azkaban Prison for the past year, only thinking of Pansy Parkinson. He struggles to push her to the back of his mind every time a Dementor glides by, afraid that they will steal that last happy memory he possesses. She’s the only thing that keeps him going, and he has promised to her that he will get out of this place.
Draco Malfoy finds a wand the day of his execution, and chooses to escape instead of die. He must see his love before he perishes. He must produce the perfect Patronus to keep the Dementors away. But will he be able to keep the strength to see his love, one last time?
This was originally written for the June One Shot Challenge. I am Ron x Hermione, answering this challenge for my beloved house of Hufflepuff.
3rd-5th Years • 44 Reviews
In this sequel to ‘Glories of the Enternet
’, my other fiction about Ron finding a box that can allow you to access the internet, finding a website that we ALL know quite a bit about, he discovers things that make him tick.
He has finally started to read our best fan fiction. Venture into this story as he finally finds out what Voldemort does when he’s not terrorising Harry, how Harry came to be, and a relationship tragedy that may drastically change his mind about marrying Hermione.
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6th-7th Years • 4 Reviews
Narcissa Malfoy and Peter Pettigrew meet up in an old hiding place to allow Narcissa to escape the terrors her husband, Lucius, releases on her. He's like poison to her, and all she's doing is withering under his control. They soon find that they have more in common than they may think, Peter and Narcissa. But when Lucius finds out about the affair even though he doesn't care about Narcissa how he should, he becomes more jealous than anyone could ever imagine. Darkness will follow.
This was written for Snape’s Talon’s Defense Against the Dark Arts class (First Years). Also, for a one shot in NEWT Level Romance.
3rd-5th Years • 12 Reviews
Ron and Hermione are experiencing grief like no other, and they spend one night in the common room together, thinking of lost loved ones and the oncoming war.
SPEW 007. Fearsome.
3rd-5th Years • 11 Reviews
An old woman retells her childhood to her listening grandchildren. Between the ongoing war and old boyfriends, she had made it special.
3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
It takes being on a date with Lavender Brown and a conversation of love to realise that Ron is with the wrong person. Will Ron be able to be with the one he truly loves before it’s too late?
3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: “Pansy, I’m leaving to serve the Dark Lord. Tonight.”
Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson have loved since their Hogwarts days, but the night comes when he has to leave her, forever, to serve the Dark Lord. No matter what Pansy says, he must go.
But the Dark Lord knows that Draco won’t be able to complete his first assignment, no matter how hard it is.
This is a one shot submission for ElectronicQuillster’s/Marie’s Newt-Level Romance.
3rd-5th Years • 13 Reviews
Hermione and Ron are supposed to be in love, yet Ron does something she never would have expected.
And now, she’s free.
1st-2nd Years • 20 Reviews
We all know that Ronald Weasley was sorted into Gryffindor. But what if he was placed in Ravenclaw?
Ronald Weasley is at the top of his class, and even has the best girlfriend a Head Boy could ask for. His smarts make him enemies, and a certain Gryffindor loathes and detests him for an old feud that never died out. Will Ron be able to come to his senses before his situation turns for the worst?
1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Harry has to leave on a mission for the Order in their seventh year, yet he feels held back. Ron and Hermione feel they need to go along as well, but words are said and tranistions made. Will Harry say goodbye to his friends before leaving?
This was written for SPEW 007 under my prompt, Seven.
3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Ron Weasley was whisked away from the Final Battle because Harry told him to leave. But Harry’s Portkey goes awry when Voldemort sends a jet of light, making Ron go to the Department of Mysteries: a place where he has never been, and will never go again.
Ron stumbles upon many obstacles, but his adventure has only just begun. Will Ron be able to get out before he perishes under the hand of nearly ten obstacles? Ten doors = Lots of trouble.