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In addition to Harry Potter, I enjoy all well-crafted fantasy fiction and films. I also have an interest in Celtic and Viking history, culture, and mythology.
Holy Horcruxes, Harry! All of your BOOK SEVEN questions answered before July 21st! The killing curse leaves no mark, so why does Harry have one? Why did it take Hagrid twenty-four hours to get Harry to the Dursleys’? Our hero's phenomenal adventures continue, and he will not emerge unscathed. Who will survive? Will Harry find the Horcruxes and defeat Voldemort? And whose side are Snape and Draco Malfoy really on? Please review! COMPLETED 6/27/2007!!!
You really captured the pangs of young-love angst in this chapter. Naturally, with Voldemort still in his head, Harry's temper is not in check and he doesn't handle emotional turmoil very well. I'm glad he and Luci got that kiss in, anyway! Gaia
This is an excellently-written and intriguing chapter, with a creative change in POV. The characters and dialogue are "right on" and very believable. Congratulations on the first chapter and I'll be looking forward to reading Snape's version next! Well done! GaiaRhiannon
Pansy Parkinson has watched and admired Draco for six years at Hogwarts, and despite Malfoy’s continued refusals, she has decided once and for all to make him hers. Fueled by a fleeting glimpse of her dream (Draco escorting her to the Yule Ball their Fourth Year) and the fact Draco’s mother still talks to her, she has renewed her resolve and her desire shall not be deterred. But, a new student at Hogwarts catches Draco Malfoy’s eye and he wastes no time in claiming what he desires. How will she take the news that Draco is courting another?
Lucius Malfoy has been missing since the summer of Draco’s Fifth Year. After nearly two years of waiting, the boy finally receives word from his father, but dark times lay ahead. Nothing is what it seems and Draco must reach deep within himself to battle those he knows to be his enemies, but still appear loyal to the Dark Lord for fear of reprisals against him and his family. Will he pass his greatest test?
In this story of romance, drama, and sometimes very dark tales of torture and sacrifice, we follow Draco through his Seventh Year at Hogwarts. Here, we will meet his best friend, Thane Purefoy, and learn of his philandering ways and the dark secret he keeps. We also meet the girl who threatens to bring the great Purefoy to his knees, Iosifina Constantinescu, an American transfer student with dark secrets of her own. Together, along with Draco’s new love, Laelonatia Volusia, they muddle their way into adulthood, through the final rites of passage as they enter the cruel and dark wizarding world of Slytherin and the Dark Lord.
This is a very well-wwritten chapter and you've certainly done a great job of capturing the nastiness inherent in the personalities of several of these characters. Excellent dialogue. Well done! GaiaRhiannon
I really enjoyed reading this short piece. It's well written and professionally presented. It's always a challenge to tell a good story in few words, and you managed to explore the gentle experiences of new love without becoming overly sentimental. Good characterization and nice job all around! GaiaRhiannon
Thanks for your encouraging words! I'm very glad you enjoyed the story.
A quickly written one shot about Harry. Warning for self-harm.
Harry, Ron and Hermione met Kate in their third year. At first, she seemed like a normal girl, who was slightly odd. However, there is much more to her than is let on, like why she makes Harry's scar burn whenever she looks at him, and why her last name is "Riddle". The answer is simple. She is Voldemort's granddaughter.