I've deleted my old (and very lame) profile, and I've been staring at this blank space for a while wondering what I should write...
Well, I got into the Harry Potter series after Chamber of Secrets came out, and I've loved it ever since -- except for the movies; I've only liked the first two movies. I've also recently fallen in love with Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, a vampire romance book with the god-like Edward Cullen. ::drool::
I absolutely love WizardRock. My favourite WRock bands are The Remus Lupins, The Whomping Willows, Harry and the Potters, Ministry of Magic, Talons and Tea Leaves, Oliver Boyd and the Remembralls, The Weasel King, and The Moaning Myrtles, just to name a few! My favourite muggle bands would definitely have to be Saving Jane, because their lyrics are completely empowering and the beats are ridiculously awesome, and James Blunt.
Apart from the HP series and Twilight, I'm currently reading The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman, and I'm really looking forward to seeing the movie when it comes out. I also loved Impulse by Ellen Hopkins, which was the tale of three teens who had all attempted suicide. It's a really touching story. A Great and Terrible Beauty (Libba Bray) is also really fantastic, as well as The Triskelia Trilogy (Carrie Mac), and I can't wait for the third books in both trilogies.
My Harry Potter friends are the world to me; I don't know how I'd survive without them::huggles:: I also love MuggleCast and PotterCast, two amazing Harry Potter podcasts! Then, for all you WRock fans, check out the Podcast of Awesome, which is a podcast completely devoted to WizardRock. It's pretty much one of the greatest things ever.
Oh, yeah: I'm a high school junior from Canada, and I also play the flute and piano. I've completed my grade 8 piano exam, and I'm currently working on learning My Heart Will Go On. If you don't know what movie that comes from, you need to get out more. (And coming from me, the Queen of Antisocial, that is definitely saying something.)
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