Hi Laura! What's up?
Kay, so, this chapter...what do I say. I enjoyed it so much. And I laughed too hard and too long. I love their sibling love...makes me kinda wish I had an elder brother, all I have is a younger sister. What about you?
I loved Ginny's letter, she is, honest to God, the coolest mother. Ever. And yes, Harry is a nerd, and to answer James' question of how his parents came to be, well, his parents, all you need to do is, rear a green, scaly monster of jealousy in your heart, and kiss the gal in front of the entire Griffie commomn room. ;)
And James and Mickey are researching Amortentia? The love potion? Can pregnant women be fed it? *nudge, nudge, wink,wink*
So many new stories coming up! Frankly, i'm all too exited? More so about the Albus/OC. Because there's a serious dearth of Albus stories, and I would love to see your execution of it.
I love your James. He's the uniquest. I don't think anyone has ever imagined a James like yours.
Good luck for college,
Author's Response: Akansha!
This chapter... was really rather spontaneous. That part with James, Al, and Lily wasn't planned at all... it just sort of happened. But then I really liked it, so I kept it. I have three older brothers, so older brother relationships are something I can do really well.
I absolutely LOVE writing Ginny. I can't wait until I can write her in person. I'm thinking it'll happen in the next chapter.
Ah, yes. The love potion. I guess James will have so search and find out if it can indeed be used on a certain pregnant woman that we all love so dearly...
Blah! So many new ones. The Lily/James should be out today (I hope) and I'll post the Al/OC one after Finding Faith is finished. Then, once I finish the L/J (which shouldn't take long, because it's a short story) I have an idea for a Rose/Scoripus set in the same world as Finding Faith. SO MUCH TO WRITE.
But more on the Al/OC. It's going to be a lot... darker than my other ones. Basically, Al is an Auror who is working on case trying to connect a lot of mysertious murders that have been occuring for about three years. And for a side of romance (because that's what I love to write) he meets a Muggle girl in a bar one night and things take a turn for the interesting from there... I'm really excited about it! Ah!
D'aw, thanks. I was hoping to put a spin on the cliche James that you find in a lot of stories. I'm glad I've succeeded :)
Thank you very much, my dear!