Poll: What is your favorite fanfiction that I have written? Vote Now!
Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter.
Purple Roses here!
I have a new poll up. Let me know what your favorite fanfiction I have written is. The story that gets the most votes will be updated more often:)
When I get a new idea for a story, I will post a brief summary on my profile. If you want me to write said story you only need to message me and request that I do so. If enough people vote, I will write it. This is just so I don't write stories nobody will read.
Beautiful agony: Voldemort loves pain. And now he has a new toy to play with. A certain Harry Potter. A Purely torture fic.
The beauty of Slience: Harry hasn't said or written a word since the death of his godfather. He doesn't want to. And even when Voldemort does something that could possibly endanger his life, he remains in his slience despite the Order's wishes for information. Can Harry find the strength to speak or will he fall into the clutches of Voldemort, forever lost in a sea of slience...
Dreams of Black: Harry has been missing his godfather all summer. Voldemort uses this fact to his advantage, sending Harry dreams and luring him out of the safety of Privet Drive. Captured and tortured, Harry is unsure if he will be able to survive. Until he receives help from three unexpected sources. But after Voldemort learns something about Harry, something important, will this help be enough?
In the Eyes of a Child: Because of some freak accident in the Department of Mysteries, Harry Potter has been transformed back into his 8 year old self, with all his memories in tact. Voldemort, however, doesn't care how old Harry is. He takes him back to head quarters, where Harry is forced to await his fate. The problem? Harry's 8 year old emotions are surfacing at all the wrong times. There is only one person who can help him. Someone who knows how to deal with children. A certain Narrcissa Malfoy.
Little Lion Man: What defines a Gryffindor? Why bravery, of course. Sirius Black became a Gryffindor, much to the shock of his parents and everyone around him. But why? It was not because he rebeled, or the fact that he would do any dare without blinking. He was placed in that house because of one act he did when he was little. It was this very brave, very bold act that sealed Sirius's fate as a Gryffindor forever. What did he do, you ask? Only save his little brother's life.
Where the heart is: Sirius never stopped thinking about his godson from the moment Harry was born to the moment Sirius died. Can you imagine a love like that?
Since some of you are worried about fanfiction.net deleting stories, I am creating an adult fanfiction.net account and an HPfanfiction account under the same name. If you have Any other website suggestions, please let me know
The Reviewer's Guide to Reviewing (Copied from CK Geisener's profile)
Hely guys! Welcome to the Reviewer's Guide to Reviewing! All of those who have no idea what to say on their reviews, listen closely, and ideas might pop into your head!
1) Tell the author your favorite/least favorite part. What did you like about it? What made you happy, sad, tense, mad, excited, etc. And don't forget to tell them why you love/hated it! Authors love it when you do that!
2) What character do you love/hate the most? This will give the author a fan base to play off of. You can include which point of view you love the most if you tell them!
3) Grammatical/Technical errors in the writing. So an author got tired and made a little brain fart. Help him/her out! Catch it before the author does and you will be awarded a virtual cookie! Leaving the error is just cruel and embarrassing. Hint: Don't be mean about it. Let the author down gently. The author has had a long, sleepless night full of thinking and checking. It's hard accepting that one has made a mistake within all that time. Another hint: use this one with caution. Some authors (not me) think it's annoying when this is pointed out. Others (like me) think it's helpful and are grateful.
4) Suggestions. Authors love to hear your creativity and what you think the character would do. Use this to your advantage and you might get a better story to read!
5) Theories from fans. Tell the author what you think is going to happen next! Tell him/her why you think that is. Tell the author what you think the significance is to something he/she said in the story. The way he/she said it might make the biggest difference. The author gets a kick out of these and cheers their day up.
There are many ways to review, but these are just the five most obvious ones. Please use this guide to help others and to spark the lovely inspiration and motivation. The authors will thank you with another chapter of the story you are reading and your reviews will decrease the percentage of abandoned stories on this site.
Side effects: Happiness, giddiness, sparkling conversation with the author (if they know how to use things, that is), and the feeling of a good thing done when helping others.
Since I haven't been putting disclaimers on my stories, as I believe it is fairly obvious I am no J.K.Rowling, I will put it here:
Disclaimer: All stories are based on characters and situations created and owned by JK Rowling, various publishers including but not limited to Bloomsbury Books, Scholastic Books and Raincoat Books, and Warner Bros., Inc. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.