Real name: Lacey
Member Since: 02/27/2009
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Year 6 AU. H/G; R/Hr. Sirius Black is dead, Lord Voldemort failed to learn the entirety of the Prophecy of his defeat, Dolores Umbridge was chased from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and Harry Potter departed once again for 4 Privet Drive. But just because school has ended for summer doesn't mean the war has.
Harry and Ginny must deal with unforseen consequences of the Chamber of Secrets while Fudge plots to control the Boy Who Lived and break the Order of the Phoenix. Fudge's machinations leave Harry cut off from the wizarding world and at the mercy of an out-of-control Vernon Dursley.
And while the wizarding world fights over the fate of the Boy Who Lived, Voldemort awakes forbidden, forgotten Lore to wage his war on the wizarding world.
I thought you wrote Draco brilliantly. I can't wait to see where you are going with his storyline.
I'm glad you enjoyed it, and I hope you continue to read! I think Draco's potential lies not in redemption or as a punching bag...but as a villain worthy of a hero.
This story takes place after HBP and before DH. Harry broke up with Ginny, but he can't seem to go on without her. What will he do when he finds her alone?
Inspired by the song "Then Came the Night" by Trace Adkins.
You did a great job with a missing moment between Harry & Ginny. You can feel his tension and her misery. Nice story!
Thank you for those comments. I'm glad those things came across. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing!
Jasper's recounting of the first year he spent with Alice as they search for the Cullen family.
Marvelous story. I love reading Jasper's perspective about his transformation upon meeting Alice. He is an intriguing character and you portray him wonderfully.
Very moving. You excelled in bringing across what both were feeling.
On the nineteenth of January, 2006, Angela notices something which gives her some hope.
A short one-shot to show my appreciation of Angela Weber - my favourite human. Angela’s point of view, during Chapter 6 (Friends) of New Moon. Fanfic of the week on the Twilighters Anonymous podcast.
I love the way you portray Angela--a genuine caring person. You give her so much more depth than we have ever seen. Wonderful story.
Thank you. It's no secret that I adore Angie - from the brief moments we saw her in the books, she was one of the only human character who genuinely seemed to care about and respect Bella.
Could I do it? Accept this heaven, when deep down I knew I belonged in the pits of hell?
Edward has made a choice, and now after three days of painful preparation, he must see it through. He must say goodbye to the only woman he will ever love and give up his happiness for her safety.
You do a great job in portraying Edward's fear of Bella not loving him. Excellent in how you demonstrate his struggle in what he says to Bella and what he actually feels. One suggestion is to watch your repetition of words in succession. You can insert another in its place and still get the same idea across. I love your end note, too. *winks*
Thank you again. I've always loved the idea of Edward having just as many insecurities as Bella. And I hadn't noticed my repitition - I'll watch out for that.
A few years after the end of Breaking Dawn, Rosalie has an announcement to make. Not everyone is thrilled by what she has to say…
E/B pointless fluff. Post-BD. Canon pairings.
I was a bit confused in the beginning of your story as to who was talking and why Nessie would pretend to be Edward's neice. But then, it became apparant who was talking (Bella) and why the ruse. I thought it was neat how you aged Nessie based on what we knew from BD.
I liked how you made known Edward's inferior feelings regarding how he compares himself to Bella and her abilities. We witness how he is still unsure of himself and the reader can't help but want to assuage his fears. You do a great job keeping him canon.
It was nice how you added to Rosalie's and Bella's tentative relationship.
You might want to keep an eye on your capitalization after speaking quotes.
Thanks for the review. You're right - at the time of writing this story my dialogue tag punctuation needed a lot of fixing. I never like to change my old fanfics, because I prefer to be able look back at my past mistakes and see the improvements I've made. But thanks anyway.
I love thinking about how the dynamics between characters, like Rosalie and Bella, would change with time. Rosalie is one of my favourite characters to explore in this way.
Written for the One-Hour Challenge, this short story follows Samwise Gamgee as he says farewell to Frodo at the Grey Havens.
I have not read the series but you do a brillaint job bringing this to life. Your descriptiveness is outstanding. It allowed me to envision that I was there experiencing this along with Sam.
I think this is one of your best pieces yet, Gina.
Thank you so much, Lacey! I don't know if it's one of my best pieces - have you read some of the other LOTR stories going up here? Wow!! - but I really appreciate you reading this story and leaving such a nice review! I highly recommend reading the books, they are much better, lol! Thanks again! ~Gina :)
What was it like for Renesmee during her first hour of life? Becoming someone's soulmate at birth can cause problems for everyone...
You have a written a unique story from ReneeEsme's pov that fills in a missing moment well. Nice job!
An unlikely meeting in a London coffee shop. Originally written for amor_remanet's prompt at rarepair_shorts Wishlist Challenge.
It was nice to see a different side of Pansy. She has always been painted black and it was refreshing how you wrote her.
Thank you. I try to see her (and others) as three-dimensional characters, so I'm glad that it showed.