COMPLETE! When Draco Malfoy overhears Ron Weasley saying something about a mirror that apparently showed him a glimpse of the future, he is determined to find this mirror and use it to aid Lord Voldemort. But things don’t always go as we plan, do they? Written mostly from Draco’s POV, this fic will include mysterious spells, transfer students, strange and interesting new plants, problem parents, OotP members, occlumency, Draco Malfoy with attitude, Ginny Weasley with even more attitude -- and at least one person gets kissed! Ships include D/G, R/Hr.Category: Long and Completed
I have no idea how this gem slipped under my radar for so long. You've just the right mix of drama, humor, action and romance, I just had to read it all in one go. I did several happy dances upon finding out Blaise was alive and when he returned, and Kreacher's technical detail about protecting the Black family was just great. So amazing how the plot unravelled from Draco's simple quest for the Mirror of Erised. I'd love to see what you do with a sequel if you do end up writing it.
Author's Response: Wow, thanks! I\'m glad you enjoyed it. I tried really hard to make it work and still sound plausible. I would love to do a sequel(!) when I find some time and get some good ideas flowing for it. Thank you for reading it and taking the time to review. I appreciate it! :D
Draco owns the Furies, a quidditch team which just happens to have a certain Ginny Weasley on the roster. After some flying in the rain, their relationship turns physical and may eventually develop a smidgen of plot.Category: Long and Completed
Eee! So awesome; I loved the interaction between Molly and Draco. And how relieved am I that he accepted dinner? Such good stuff.
Thank you, Mynuet, for reducing me to a barely sentient pile of goo. You write the best smut. Also, so much love for Quidditch-obsessed Oliver. So adorable.
Yay! I love how Draco thinks Ginny's finance management skills are sexy (also, I didn't understand a word of it, so apparently, me and Draco? Not meant to be). As for continuing or not, I'm pretty sure that even if the potential next chapter isn't crucial to the overall plot, it will be a delightful read nonetheless.
Rock bands at Hogwarts! Blossoming romance! And you would not believe what can be done with an oboe. A total guilty pleasure fic that is nowhere near complete.Category: Works in Progress
Hooray, another chapter of Bands! And also, oh no, it stops here! What are the band names? How good is the Slytherin band at not playing poppy crap? I need to know!
When Arthur Weasley is murdered, Ginny must work with the Unspeakable assigned to the murder investigation... only to find it's the last person she wants to talk to. Has Harry/Hermione and Ron/Pansy on the side.Category: Completed Short Stories
*sniffle* So good! I love how their relationship progressed from wary cooperation to love in such a natural way. And the interspersing of lighthearted Weasley family time was done just at the right moments; Brian is adorable! :) Thanks for sharing this gem.
Author's Response: Thank you, Adelagia. I\'m really pleased you enjoyed it and flattered you let me know. I love writing kids, they always crack me up!
A parody of the classic poem - dedicated to the writers and stories on this archive. Happy Christmas!Category: Poetry
I read this every year at Christmastime, and "His eyes how they twinkled! His chin, how it pointed! We were so caught up in staring, our necks got disjointed!" never fails to make me laugh. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent at parody poetry! :D
Draco finds Ginny baking in the kitchens. Has he bitten off more than he can chew?Category: Completed Short Stories
Hee, loved the humor in this piece, and it's always nice to see flustered!Draco.
Harry and Hermione need a break from the newest member of their clan. Ginny rescues them but who will rescue her when the Ice Prince of Slytherin shows up?Category: Completed Short Stories
Eee, how sweet. Loved their inner thoughts, too, especially Draco's "Baby! No dirty thoughts around the baby!" Good stuff.
Author's Response: Aww, thanks for reading one you didn\'t have to approve first! Lol! Thanks so much for the review!
God, she loved him when he was being dense.Category: Completed Short Stories
Hee, cute. Loved your description of Seamus, too.
It's an old spell and an older oath, and Draco Malfoy would have laughed them off were he not in his present situation. Things being as they are, however, being married to Ginny Weasley might just be the answer to his problems. Pre-HBP.Category: Long and Completed
Oh, what an amazing, gorgeous read. It was laugh-out-loud funny, heartwrenching, romantic, and just incredibly well-written. Thanks for reminding me why I fell in love with this ship.
Draco/Ginny - Inspired by 'Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight)' by The Ramones, and 'I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus'.Category: Completed Short Stories
Teeheehee, so cute.
A series of ficlets chronicling Draco and Ginny's relationship, both the good times and the bad.Category: Long and Completed
Oh, sigh. So good. I love how you can turn despair into something so sweet and real.
Some light dusting, heavy spying, inappropriate sniffing, and . . . a rock ballad? Things are going to get very weird when Ginny and Hermione, super spies extraordinaire, take jobs as maids at Malfoy Manor!Category: Works in Progress
Heehee! I love this. You bring the funny without being over the top or slapstick. The 'Smootchy' bit is hilarious, and I still haven't stopped laughing over Ch. 1's image of Draco saying "Rock star!" This is so going in my favorites.
Heeheehee! I love reading this fic. Oh, monogrammed handbags and run-awayers. Pure gold.
Draco made a New Year's resolution, but Ginny is making it very hard for him to keep it.Category: Completed Short Stories
Teeheehee! So cute, and practically every line is hilarious. Loved it!
Ginny Weasley's life has been turned upside-down, inside-out, and into total madness ... all because of an evil little 3 by 3 inch paper ... D/G, with a side order of Luna/Blaise.Category: Works in Progress
Heh, this is amusing. Writing in first person can be difficult, so good on you for your first time out. The tense shifts are a bit jarring though, so perhaps you could find a way to make them a little more seamless? Otherwise, I'm liking this and am eager to see where you go with it!
thanks for your review ! i'm sorry if you found it jarring or if it pulled you out of the story for a minute :(
i really am trying my hardest, and i'll try to watch out for tense shifts more often. thank you so much for reviewing !
Draco can't help but observe his new partner and wonder why she makes him feel the way no other ever has.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ohh, I loved this. Each little snippet is just perfect as it is, and all bound so nicely together to create one lovely, lovely fic.
Some stories don't have an end. Just a new beginning.Category: Completed Short Stories
Agh, how have I not read this magnificent fic until now? It was so, so good.
Ginny Weasley and Draco Malfoy have an encounter on the Eiffel Tower, as a rainstorm begins to rage.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ohh, this was my absolute favourite from the D/G Fic Exchange; I bookmarked it but I didn't realize you were the author! This is the kind of fic that makes me fall in love with D/G all over again. I'm still smiling at how sweet it is.
Draco Malfoy fancies himself a connoisseur of fine wine and fine women, but a string of encounters with Ginny Weasley teaches him that he still has something to learn about both.Category: Long and Completed
You know I love reading your stuff, and this one's a read that's both fun and educational! I'm very excited to read more.
Author's Response: Well, I am a teacher first and foremost, though I usually hold back my urges to make fanfic educational. :) I\'m glad you are enjoying the story so far. Thanks for the review.
2nd Place at Pud's D/G Fic Contest! Five years ago, Draco Malfoy was offered sanctuary by his motherís cousins in India. Now, with the death of his father, the Malfoys need an heir, and Narcissa sets out to find her son a wife through the aid of the far-seeing, fortune-telling Morcant sisters, who decide upon none other than Ginny Weasley. Seeing this offer as a means of escaping the horrible war that has descended upon England, Ginny accepts their proposition, and finds herself in a foreign land engaged to a Draco Malfoy who seems to be a strange mix of the old and the new.Category: Long and Completed
Oh, I'm completely blown away by your writing. It flows beautifully and the imagery you use is so sharp and evocative. I loved how you tied their change of heart (or at least their admissions of it) in with the change of the season. Love, love, love.
Ginny knows Draco's patterns better than anyone, but she finds that some days, people just surprise you.Category: Completed Short Stories
Thank goodness this was on the July podcast, or I might have never had the pleasure of reading it! It is laugh-out-loud funny and so sweet.
A silly Draco and Ginny fairy tale.Category: Completed Short Stories
Heehee, that was laugh out loud funny. It had the feel of a fairy tale narration but dripped with cynicism and general hilarity; I especially liked the parenthetical bits inserted by the narrator. Loved it!
A piece of me died as I watched her marry him.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ooh, that was great, especially the way it was written so that we aren't quite sure who is speaking until the very end. I was all about to be in the throes of the "oh noes" and then it got better. Sneaky, you. :)
Author's Response: Not the \'Oh Noes\'! Sneaky me, indeed, but my fluffy heart wouldn\'t let the narrator be Draco. :)