What can't be seen by the human eye...Category: Completed Short Stories
Twisted! Really funny. *giggle*
Potatoes are betterCategory: Completed Short Stories
That is TOO cute! I love it! Gosh, I can't believe Draco thought of that all on his own. :D
Author's Response: Draco is very clever ;)
Ginny Weasley and Draco Malfoy have an encounter on the Eiffel Tower, as a rainstorm begins to rage.Category: Completed Short Stories
That was lovely. I like how they have the same conversation everywhere they go, until Ginny says something new. Very sweet! :)
One-shot. The war has finally ended, but there are still entanglements to work out, especially between Draco Malfoy and Ginny Weasley.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ooh, that's different. Usually Draco is the one who refuses to admit that he really loves Ginny, not the other way around. She'll probably stop denying it when he leaves. Hm, I like it, even with the less than hopeful ending. :)
*Completely AU* In a world where Voldemort was never defeated, only a few things matter: pureblood, money and power. All that Ginny Weasley wanted was to survive her 7 years at Hogwarts, a school where the children of the richest and most powerful wizards dominate over others. Denying her natural instincts, she managed to make it into her 6th year without offending any of the cruel and powerful Slytherins - especially that horrible Draco Malfoy. Until one day, she crosses a line, and her peaceful existence is shattered forever. A story filled with adolescent drama, clash of the classes, angst, jealousy, ridiculous pride and love triangles (and squares).Category: Works in Progress
I've absolutely loved the story so far! It actually makes me want to read the manga. I've enjoyed the whole AU idea and Draco's characterization. Harsh, arrogant, possessive, and the way Ginny has dealt with everything. I'm not quite sure what to say except I can't wait until the next update and hope it will be soon. I've gotten in trouble from my parents because I kept sneaking onto the computer to read more!
I saw that this story had been updated so I went and reread the entire thing. I'd forgotten just how much I loooooove this story, and then I found HYD and I've started reading it and I loooooooove HYD now too!
Tsukasa has unfortunately curly hair, but I think I'm getting used to it. I like it when it's straightened though. :D
Ginny's daughter, Elizabeth, has been having some troubles with her love life. Mainly regarding marriage. Upon her mother's death, Elizabeth is given instructions to burn her mother's diary. When Elizabeth decides not to, she discovers her mother's true love as well as learning what to do with her own love life. Slightly AU.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved it, it was beautiful.
Author's Response: Thank you! :D
When Ginny Weasley travels to Vancouver to do research for the Department of Mysteries, she learns much more than she ever expected about life, love, and Draco Malfoy.Category: Completed Short Stories
That was too sweet. :) I liked the idea of the plaque and the figurines, and the self discovery that went along with them. And the ending was just perfect!
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it!
In a cold, deserted hallway, Draco finds the one he's missed for so long, the only one he'll ever love. What happens when she's more than he bargained for?Category: Completed Short Stories
I liked it. I was reading it and thinking, "Wow, never would have thought of that," for a few of your details. Applause and cookies to you.
She is a Weasley. He is a Malfoy. The blood feud between their ancient houses has gone on for centuries, and they have been raised to hate each other with every fiber of their being. But fate, it seems, has a wicked sense of humor...Category: Long and Completed
Nominated, best heterosexual romance -- Hourglass Awards, unknowableroom.org
Nominated, best angst, best novel-length fic -- Quill to Parchment Awards, Round One
I loved it so much. I know you probably get it a lot, but I couldn't stop crying during the last two chapters. How the heck do you write like that? I loved your portrayal of Luna-I think it's my favorite characterisation of her that I've ever read. I don't know how I'm going to get over this story now!
Author's Response: Luna Lovegood rocks my world. I *love* writing her, and I\'m so glad you liked my characterisation of her! Thanks so much for reading! :-)
Written for Challenge 2 (Persuasion) at the DG.com Forums. Draco and Ginny are both pretty darn good at persuasion, but just who is persuading who?Category: Completed Short Stories
Cute! Hehe. They're going to have a fight later about who tricked who. :)
“Best. Present. Ever.”
A daughter reflects on family traditions, and what she really wants to wish for. A Christmas drabble series from my "Paper Owl" universe.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, I thought this was so cute. I love the idea of the wishes written into the paper owls, and how you only mentioned the names of the children. I tried to do that in The Story and Tears but I always ended up putting in Draco's and Ginny's names. I loved this one!
Author's Response: Hehe! It\'s tough, but I\'ve managed to leave out their names for every drabble challenge so far. My plan is that I will use them in the last one ever - whenever that will be. I should be sending another chapter of DoS to you soon.
Draco Malfoy wasn't guilty of anything until no one could find him after the last battle -- and to the Aurors, his absence spoke volumes about his culpability.Category: Long and Completed
Nominated, best drama -- Hourglass Awards, unknowableroom.org
Your cliff hanger-y endings kill me. D: My heart raced along with Ginny's from the beginning of this chapter to the end. I can't wait to reach the conclusion of this story. Thank you so much for writing and sharing it!
Awwwwww. What an emotional roller coaster this has been! You are a master at pulling at people's emotions. The drama, the fluff, the sadness... I felt them all with Ginny. I don't know when I started reading, but I've been hanging on for a long while and I'm very sad to let go now. Honestly, this might be the most well-written ending chapter I've ever had the privilege to read. Thank you so much for sharing such an amazing story and your amazing talent with us. :D
*DH Spoilers* For Severus Snape, who should have had a chance with the girl he loved.Category: Completed Short Stories
And for Draco and Ginny, who deserved a much better ending.
I read this story a while back and I had to check to see if I reviewed, and I didn't! So I'm doing it now because this story is absolute perfection. It is completely twisted, totally plays with your head, and makes you think and think HARD. I love how Severus and Lily's namesakes make up for the love they never completely developed. I love how they are also Draco and Ginny's children making up for JKR's deplorable overlook when it came to Ginny's ultimate romantic relationship. I love how this is compliant with every single book and chapter in JKR's world. Thank you for BLOWING MY MIND and writing such a beautiful, heartrending piece.
In short: I loved it! :D
A cold night, a warm embrace, an unforgettable moment.Category: Completed Short Stories
How sweet! I like it.
"Would you be disgusted if I kissed you?"
*snort* Heck no.
Twelve days can be a lifetime, yet Epiphany must always come.Category: Completed Short Stories
So, I really enjoyed this. It is exactly my kind of story. Kind of vague and gradually reaching an ending of varying degrees of drama. It was completely not what I expected but I loved it anyway. I love endings with a twist that leave you sort of like... "Whoa, what?" and happy with the conclusion. :D
Author's Response: Most of what I write deals with ambiguities and subtlety, and this even more so. I can honestly say I had absolutely nothing in mind other than to sit down and write, and so I\'m immensely pleased it turned out this good. The end I had to think about a little, though, when I gave it the happy ending. Thanks for reading! It\'s always good to hear from you.
Draco and Ginny reminisce about their Hogwarts days as they prepare for an anniversary party.Category: Completed Short Stories
That was cute. I really liked the split between the present day and the memories. :)
Author's Response: Thanks. I think I really like writing this way. I'm glad you enjoyed the story.
Ginny always knew there was something wrong with her eyes.Category: Completed Fiction
Oh my goodness. I've never seen this before, and I'm so glad I found it, because I love this idea so far. :D I'm squeeing on the inside, and I totally should be doing homework, but you know how that goes. :D Okay, one more for the heck of it. :D
Ginny and Blaise are stranded somewhere, only to be discovered by Draco.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved this. It was hilarious!
Colin Creevey, with the help of his trusty camera of course, has discovered something terrible happening at Hogwarts. And it's all Malfoy's fault.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh my gosh! That's so cute! I think my favorite part was McGonagall's terse reply. You captured Colin's voice really well. I could easily picture him flitting about, spewing everything that comes to his head in rapid fire. Great job! I enjoyed that. :)
Author's Response: Hehehe, thanks. :) I'm so glad you felt like you could picture it really well - that's what I wanted to achieve. Glad you liked. :)
Convicted and incarcerated after the war, Draco is unexpectedly given a new lease on life.Category: Works in Progress
What a surprise that Ginny is the one to spring him! And, belatedly, I realized that it probably should not have been a surprise. But I'm a tad bit slow, so it was. Haha. I can't wait to see what Draco does with his newfound freedom! And with Ginny at his disposal. :D
Author's Response: Hee. Originally I hadn't planned for her to be the one to get him out, but then I thought, heck, why not throw them together and make them both uncomfortable? :)
MUSIC, cute! Is that significant to the actual organization? I can't wait to see what they want Draco to do. :)
Author's Response: Heh, not really. I just needed the right mix of vowels and consonants that would make an acronym that wouldn't be too funny. :)
Blaise. Always amusing. Always. Now I see why you had such difficulty with him and Draco.
And I tend to have more elevenses than breakfasts, myself. ;)
Author's Response: Hee. They're impossible.
"Oh. Yes. Rah."
Hahaha. What is a googly, anyway? A goal?
Author's Response: :D A googly is a certain kind of bowling delivery in cricket, but that is about as much as I know! (Wikipedia, away!)