Oh look! Another one I can spoiler gif! =P
Nag away! It’s fun. [Plus, it reminds me of what I write =P]
Yes, Lily does feel that way, but she never asks Grace outright. She just assumes Grace knows nothing. And she might be right! I’m just saying there’s the possibility that Grace knows more than Lily initially thinks. Like, she may not know about the Rosiers involvement, but it’s certainly possible she’d have some insight into 6thYear!James and his mental stability (or lack thereof).
I respect this formal request and will place Gil in whenever I have need for a Swot McSwoterson. ;)
She could’ve been.
Lily doesn’t necessarily freak out because Amos was “cheating” on her. She does it because he was using her. Lily had genuine feelings for him, but Amos was basically only stringing her along to get a rise out of Julie. That’s why she gets so distraught.
Both. Actually, not both. He was over the moon and very suspicious that she was going to change her mind. Doesn’t he say as much, like, four seconds after she initially proposes it? And several times after that? But Lily can’t fault him for it, because, well, her.
WRITE. Seriously. Just write. At first, don’t think about any of the other stuff—the fandom or the publishing or what-have-you. Just start writing. Get something down. Prove to yourself that you can write, because that’s half the struggle. Once that’s done, you can worry about what to do with it. Because, yes, posting things you write—even basically anonymously, even fics—is pretty terrifying. People may not like it, or worse, you may be entirely ignored. That’s scary. You’ve worked really hard and you want acknowledgement of that. But even if this does happen—guess what? You’ve still learned something! Because the first rule of writing is write for yourself, not for other people. Learn to give yourself accolades. Learn to look at your writing, and learn from it. What did you do right? What still isn’t working? The more you write, the easier it gets, but you’ll never get to that point if you don’t take that first step. SO GO WRITE SOMETHING! YOU CAN DO IT! =D
Grace and James are close, yes, in that they’re friends and have been for years. That doesn’t necessarily mean that she does know any details of James’s 6th year or what happened to his mom, but she certainly could. If I’m remembering correctly, Lily has never asked her as much.
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But in other news, Robin Hood is now on Netflix, so there’s no reason to complain about anything.
Can’t decide whether I’m rather delighted that I’m presenting mild flu symptoms because it means my weird doctor results from last week were a result of that and not from me, you know, dying, or just generally exasperated at the many layers of my various medical woes.
Get your shit together, body. We’ve got years ahead together, buddy, and you’re really slacking.
Do I, though? Lily’s actually very mum about the whole topic with them, at least in regards to James’s past. She’s kept it mostly between Sirius and herself. Emma wouldn’t have much insight into it, but there’s always the possibility that Grace knows some things. We don’t really know.
James was all kinds of euphoric the night of the match—alcohol and snogging will do that to a bloke—but though I’m sure he was fairly disappointed the next morning when Lily didn’t say anything about the kiss, he clearly was expecting it.