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Lostchyld posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 9:57am for Princess

I know what the point is... It's amusing to read and probably to write as well. Honestly, there were enough minor conflicts that the whole thing remained interesting to the end, and probably could have ended a little better with Melissa beginning her walk down the aisle. I'd cut it off there.



Bocephus posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 9:48am for Princess

It seems that your most recent works have had a definite Veela trend to them. I'm not complaining, there have been very few written and I think this one has more potential than a Fleur fic. Loved Hope, by the way. And, as Crys initiated, we will read Harry goes for a drink of water.

If you are harboring other abandoned fics, we would greatly appreciate seeing them.


Marie2 posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 8:14am for Princess

I loved that it was incredibly funny in parts and serious in others.

Zvoni posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 6:03am for Princess


I think, i really hate you now!

There we are waiting for the next chapter of Perfect Slytherins, when you throw us a bone like this, with the note, that "Princess" will not be continued. *grml*

On a happier note: FANTASTIC STORY!!!!

Todd Rodgers posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 5:18am for Princess

Something I keep forgetting to ask. There was a story awhile back, I don't remember if it was yours, in a post-Voldemort world where Harry had gone long missing and Hermione was a "Praetor", if I remember right. Anyway, in that story, it mentions that unless the Queen was coming over for tea, PG-Tips would be OK. I note that you served Ceylon when Anna went to the Grangers. Any linkage?

Sheyana posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 4:12am for Princess

LOL, that was great, I'll have to add it to my 'to read when I need something fun and relatively brainless' list.

I can see how that would extend for ages with practically no conflict or anything but humor and romance happening, but it was a great read all the same.

Thanks for commiting fic-euthenasia and posting it!

drt0xic posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 4:04am for Princess

Hi Jeconais,

I actually enjoyed this story and hope that you change your mind about continuing it. I thought it was rather humourous and enjoyable. As a rule, I am not too fond of the "Harry has God-like powers" approach to fan-fic, but when it is written in a tongue-in-cheek way--like in this story--it is fun. For example, I also liked your "This Means War" story which to me is written in the same way.

thanks and I hope you keep on writing !


darthloki posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 1:21am for Princess

I'm sorry you're not going to continue this. Other than the Draco part (I'm sick of that plotline, yes) I would love to read it. You Harry is awesome, Melissa and her family are nice, and this Hermione has a different voice to most. What's more, you've got the best 'revenge on the Dursleys' scene I've ever seen, and Harry isn't even in it!

Potter Thinker posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 11:49pm for Princess

You seriously need to find a way to complete this comedy because it is too easy too enjoy!

gadriam posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 10:54pm for Princess

Beautiful and hilarious and, as you have pointed out, pointless. Your writing is great as always and is worth my time, plot or no plot, but there's no sign of even an opening for a plot, since you killed off Voldie right away, and drowned the UST with Hermione in that bath. Any plot would have to be invented after this point, which makes this chapter the most elaborate filler i've ever read. I'll be pinching a few ideas from here, though. Spells in Huttan will show up in my own work, duly credited of course. Thanx for a great time.


silent_jae posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 10:03pm for Princess

Loved the story! As usual I couldn't stop reading it once I started. I dont know if this is important to you or not but I believe the correct term for the language of the Hutts is Huttese not Huttan.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 9:58pm for Princess

*chuckle* It may not have been a great piece from the standpoint of a fully structured story, but I assure you I had a great time reading it, and chuckling all the while - punctuated by the occassional guffaw. I can see why you abandoned it, it's more a descriptive long vignette than a story, but 'tis still a delight to read and, I suspect, was equally one to write.

Vongsawat posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 9:38pm for Princess

loved it. funny little fic ^^
tho i do wonder why u label it as 'abandoned'.. it works pretty well as a one-shot.

patrickokc posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 9:05pm for Princess

Well I know how you said you felt about it but I really liked it...sometimes a bit of perfection in an otherwise crazy world is just what we need...Otherwise 'Leave it to Beaver' would never had done so well!!! Thanks for writing this even if it is not finished I think my imagination filled in everything left out.

wavelink99 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:55pm for Princess

TIM PLEASE FINISH THIS STORY! I understand that it really doesn't have a big conflict or anything, but who cares! This story isn't drama or angst, it's a great comedy! This is one of the funniest stories i've ever read and your OC is great.

AngelaB posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 8:41pm for Princess

I see you reasons to abandon as a writer. If you the writer do not feel impatient to see what happens next, how will your readers?

That being said, a cackle of a good story character-wise. If possible, could you see if this vision's of Hermione's parents could be salvaged for another story? I adore them. The same with the scene freeing the elves, very neatly done and ver 'Harry"'.

You were really channelling Monty Python with the whirlwind absurdity and I don't think this was an isolated event. Maybe you need to watch a few DVDs and play the 'what-if' game.

Anyway, for a terminally ill story with no conflict and a case of 'perfect girl for Harry', it still made me cackle and clap and hope my neighbours don't hear me.

Thanks for being obsessed and staging a proper memorial for a good idea that died.

Josh1 posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 6:54pm for Princess

Personaly Ive always felt that a truly good reading experience is something that can and shood be enjoyed. Ive followed your works for several years now and whenever I have a hard day your works can always put a grin on my face and a spring in my step because they let me experience the good things life. Weather or not the characters or plot are too large for life dosent matter for me because it is a much needed escape to be able to see someones life become bigger and better than normal and it dosen't matter if its fiction or not. As you said in your Authour Notes you should always write for yourself and for your enjoyment first and formost, you can alway come back to the more serious works later. As a fan I would much rather you be able to enjoy what you wite and if this wasn't giving you that satisfaction than Im glad you dumped it because Ive seen too many good authors lately get dissaticfied with their writings and simply dump everything and give up. If you like writing pieces like this in between more serious works believe me this is one of your fans who will enjoy them all. Looking forward to whatever is next. -J

elisa_didlittle posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 4:58pm for Princess

Hi... me again. I just realized that this isn't really a HP story. It's more like a message of hope. After the centuries of death and pain and incompetence, this is what happens when the Wizarding World gets what it needs. This Harry is David Niven/Rex Harrison rolled together with Richard Harris' King Arthur: vast power and unassuming competence delivered with such "British" stylistic flair that it's impossible not to get drawn up into the unstoppable force. This is the perfect epiloque for the HP world: triumphant, unstoppable - the Potter for all seasons.

Please finish this.

elisa_didlittle posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 4:12pm for Princess

You know, I truly loved this piece of writing. Yes I know it doesn't have any conflict, and the Elizabeth II/Harry face-off seems way forced and wrong for the story, but I still really like this piece. This shows a Harry I could really like, a Harry who is heir to the Marauders that is not mean and petty, but fun and uplifting. This is how one hoped James would have been if he wasn't such an arrogant cock-sure prat. It's also maybe the only only healthy!Harry I've ever read. If you wanted to revisit this as an exploration of what a truly Happy Power Harry would be, and how he would rebuild the Wizarding World and Muggle Worlds while at the same time pranking McG/Hermione/Ron and throwing an impossible wedding... well that would be very nice

djbe posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2007 3:21pm for Princess

Absolutely loved it :-D
you do seem to have something for veela stories, which I find a very good thing :-)