Category: Long and Completed
Romance for three couples when Blaise and Luna use Shakespearean styled matchmaking to hook up Ginny and Draco. There's Much Ado about...something!Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill award for Best Romance- Non Canon on Mugglenet
* Written before the HBP, this tale presents an alternate sixth year in which Dumbledore lives, Draco is more than a foil to Harry, and Blaise Zabini is a girl. I hope readers who ship Draco/Ginny will enjoy the story which includes dancing with faeries, Celtic and Norse mythology, school holidays in London and Spain, and loads of fantasy and romance. "Is this a kissing book?" (to quote the Princess Bride) Yes, it is.*
I absolutely loved the Fred and George dialogue. Great chapter!
Author's Response: Aw, thanks. I heart those two. I wrote an Angelina/Fred story where the Harpies locked her in a cellar with the twins at a Halloween party (because they couldn\'t tell which one was Fred) and she got to kiss both of them to find out...a little author-insertion moment there! :D
It is three years after the war has ended; five years after Dumbledore's death. Harry is invited to a wedding where he sees all the people he has been studiously ignoring for all this time.Category: Works in Progress
Just some D/G Harry bashing(ish)
I don't think anyone on these boards will fault you for making Harry a git. He gets everything in the books, so you can certainly dismiss him here. =)
Interested to read more!
Author's Response: ach, i know... he is so broody in the books... like a chicken..... uhh, more of that to come.
I write on little scraps of paper, too...
Times I laughed out loud:
"You shouldn't speak of them."
"He flicked his hair expectantly."
"Neville gave Harry a look he'd been practicing in private."
So funny. Cathartic. And a really like the way you capitalise the Very Important Things. An amusing concept.
Thanks for the update!
Author's Response: :) my beta said that the second thing reminded her of prince charming in shrek. That made *me* laugh. Cheers for your review and I am vair happy you liked it
Ginny is ready to kill whoever put magical mistletoe all over the castle. Draco finds the situation rather amusing.Category: Long and Completed
Lime green knickers with twinkling fairy lights... *gigglesnort*
So are you going to write the Fourteen Days of Christmas, now? Because THAT might be fun...
Author's Response: I love your gigglesnorts. They make me smile. Thanks for the review. I am planning on doing the fourteen days, I just have to get my other plot bunnies to settle down for a while.
"Right, because his ego is just that fragile."
Funny. Spat coffee on the monitor. Thanks for the update. Love her wearing his shirt, too.
Author's Response: Thank you. I hope your monitor is ok. :)
Nice. Very nice. I like's Ginny's 'King of the World" comment. He's so prissy.
It makes me happy when you update!
Author's Response: Thank you . It makes me happy when people review. :)
Loved the cuddling in bed & the jealous Quidditch players! Can't wait to see what they get up to outside of Hogwarts!
Author's Response: Thank you. I like Draco to be a bit jealous even if he doesn\'t realize why yet.
Great chapter. Your stories never fail to make me smile. I love how Ginny got Ron to leave the room!
Author's Response: Thank you. I\'m glad I made you smile.
Very naughty. A fun valentine's day chapter!
And I agree with Luna. White chocolate is NOT chocolate!
Author's Response: White chocolate is an abomination. I'm glad that others agree.
In the midst of a very unique Halloween Ball, Draco will forever change the careful, unspoken understanding between himself and Ginny Weasley.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved it! Oooh, the scene on the roof had me going through so many different emotions! Absolutely fabulous.
And he doesn't ask questions. Interesting quality.
"Perhaps it really didn't matter what he was, perhaps it just mattered that he was." Unexpected events lead to unexpected relationships. Can one person be so important to the destruction of Voldemort? Nothing happens by chance, but sometimes, life might be simpler if it did.Category: Works in Progress
Oooh, that's just the beginning of something really fun, innit? I'm so ver intrigued. Can't wait for more!
Author's Response: Thank you!
Don't be so hard on yourself. I thought it was a lovely chapter. Draco's reaction to being snotted upon was just quintessential Draco, and all of the other characters rang true as well. Thanks for the update!
Author's Response: Thank you for the encouraging review! I must admit that I had fun snotting on Draco (for a touch of irony, as usually he's the snot). I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Well written chapter... Ginny's powers are very interesting and I loved Draco's snooty sounding snort. Patiently anticipating the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thank you! I really don\'t want to create a \'super\' Ginny, despite the fact that she does have a sort of magical \'edge\' on everyone else... so I\'m glad she doesn\'t come across that way. =D
WHAT a cliffhanger. Great chapter, the flow from the dream to reality was nicely done. Thanks.
Author's Response: Thank you! I was really worried about that, so I\'m glad to see that it was understandable and worked well.
Draco Malfoy is asked by The Dark Lord to complete a task that has been annoying him for a while...Category: Works in Progress
He gets on with it like the crafty Slytherin we know and love, but is distracted by a certain red-haired Gryffindor...
Thay was alternately hysterical and horribly disturbing, all wrapped up in 540 words. Looking forward to more.
Author's Response: we groove in the same cosmic circles... yes. well done for reviewing, you are a vair good person.
Of course! The old Malfoy saying. Yes, yes, it all makes sense, now.
Author's Response: ach, you know how it is... family knowledge... pianos... ;)
Because of these three phrases...
...and your mum is fat.
Parkinson wasn't so bad, if you squinted.
...topiary bouncing in the wind.
I know that you are some kind of comic genius. You make me laugh, anyway.
Author's Response: I am sure Ron feels very keenly about Draco\'s witty and cutting insults. Poor old Pansy, though. She doesn\'t get much in the way of happiness in this story. Maybe I shall pair her off with the hedge. They would make a cute couple... I did like the topiary bit ;) A comic genius, huh? I could get used to that idea... Glad you liked it.
Currently standing at 190, the as-definitive-as-I-can-make-it list, compiled from various sources, along with a few of my own contributions.Category: Essays
As always, you are hands down the funniest Austrailian I know. I still love them...I really like #183. Charming Firenze pink.... you're a naughty little girl!
It was a few days before everything went downhill. Dumbledore was still very alive, Snape was still snootily discriminating, Harry was still drooling over Ginny and she had aquired an admirer.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ah, so wistful and sad. *sigh* Very nice.
Author's Response: Thank you for reading! I loved the song, and it struck me as very depressing, and I thought it fit them.
I'm just going to be honest. He's good looking, alright? That thought doesn't scare me. But sharing a moment with him? Now that was scary...Category: Works in Progress
Why I've never started this story before now I'll never know! This is just brilliant! I love Ginny's POV and the wonderful description throughout!
The war rages on. People find comfort where they can.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, Draco... ever the instigator... Harry's tent, indeed.
I laughed at the "I am a very handsome man" line. So funny, so Draco.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. I like it when Draco pokes fun at himself.
Draco walked slowly, his head turned towards the ground. The snow was falling heavily now and he knew he should go home, but he didn’t want to. This was her favorite place to come on Christmas Eve, and even without her, this was where he wanted to be. (inspired by Blue Jupiter's Lonely Night)Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, my heavens. You're right, Pipperstorms. Lunchtime is a better time to be weepy than breakfast.
This was heartbreaking, sad & well done. *pats Draco*
Author's Response: Well, yes, I supose brakefast is a bad time to cry. Hope the rest of your day wasn\'t damaged. And thank you very much for the review
The privilege of being Head Boy comes with specific obligation. Will healthcare and hi-jinks ensue? One can only hope…Category: Completed Short Stories
Winner of the FIA Forum's November Challenge “Infirmary”.
You are a master wordsmith! The way you manipulate the English language is always astounding. I love the alliteration sprinkled throughout, and of course, the kissy part at the end. :)
Author's Response: *Blushes* Thank you, fair lady of the Underworld! I must apparently and unashamedly admit to a long lasting love for alliteration and all its astounding attributes. Glad you liked the kiss! Considering I\'ve no experience, I\'m glad it was convincing.
A bout of hot sex is the perfect way to add excitement to an otherwise dull Ministry gala. Sometimes, two people keep getting thrown together, regardless of their feelings and pasts.Category: Completed Short Stories
I think that was wonderful, and a very nice 'effort.' A great read. Thanks.
Author's Response: Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for saying it was a good effort. *hugs*
Ever since Ginny could remember, a little voice in her head has told her what to do. Who is behind the voice, and how will it lead her to Draco?Category: Works in Progress
That *was* different, but I liked it a lot. Bit of briliance, actually, with Tom morphing from imaginary friend into Father.
Author's Response: Thank you. I like the idea that Riddle and Voldemort are the same person.