Nobody wins in war. Draco and Ginny build a funeral pyre for their generation, in a nonsensical story of lost love and lost minds full of flames and sky.Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow. Just...... wow. This was amazing.
I usually hate angsty stories, but this was..... wow.
Out of curiosity, have you seen the movie Promises? One of the subjects of the documetery says something almost exactly the same as the "no one wins in a war" bit, and it was kinda cool to see it in this story.
Anyways.... thank's so much for writing such a beautiful piece!
He didn’t want to come back, but certain witches have a way of making you do things you don’t want to.Category: Completed Short Stories
lol, the "Gin-. Gin. Ginny. I'm still stuck to the chair" part reminded me of a very similar and well beloved scene in The Princess Bride-- except darling Westly couldn't move on account of having very recently been Mostly Dead, which it's very good Draco wasn't, as I'm quite sure Britain is fresh out of Miracle Men.
Author's Response: *grins* Thank you very much. I admit, I was thinking of that - well, that kind of humour when I wrote. I\'m glad you enjoyed and thrilled that you reviewed! Thanks!
Draco took upon himself the role of a chastity-belt when it comes to one Miss Weasley. Zealously devoted to his job, perhaps he’d developed the tendency of going a bit too far.Category: Completed Short Stories
He showed her everything. What they didn’t get to the first day, after flying kites and riding boats and feeding swans, they did the next day, and the next. She realized, after spending seemingly endless weeks with him, that she didn’t want to go home, but go home she must.Category: Works in Progress
Ten years have passed. They’ll always have Paris.
AAAAAHHHHH!!!!! I read this story from the beginning, and have now reached that terrible, horrible, no good, very bad point where the author has just completed the newest chapter and I am forced to wait for the next dose of happiness just like everyone else, and can no longer just push that wonderful little 'next' button at the bottom of the page because the 'next' has gone and deserted me! Oh, the terror, the horror, the woe...
Author's Response: Oooooh. I\'m sorry, I hate when that happens! I\'ve had a busy week, but I\'m working on the next dose. Hang in there! Thanks for the review.
After frighteningly realistic dreams lead Ginny to France, she finds herself thrust into the middle of a war no one knows about, led by a man no one would have ever suspected. Can she save him from an unimaginable fate? Will she make it out of France alive?Category: Works in Progress
Very nice work. I was a little worried about how Ginny's dreams would integrate into the plot line once she reached her destination, but you're doing a marvelous job. I'm impressed. Thanks for taking the time to write such an enjoyable story!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I\'m doing my best :)