Penname: kulemba [Contact]
Real name:
Member Since: 07/08/06
Status: Member
"Kulemba" is a word from one African language that means, "to write". It's obvious, then why I chose this as my penname. If you want, instead of calling me by my penname, just call me by Haleigh, my online name.

July 18, 2006:
"Perhaps the One Thing He Cannot Understand" is on its way. The first chapter is up and I'm working on the second. That's going to be difficult as I am not on my home computer, but I'll try my best all the same. I have one error that I must fix, but it's not a very big deal. Just wanted to let you know that I'm working on it.

January 31, 2006:
Okay, I've been really really busy and such, writing other things . . . but I'm getting right on the second chapter! It was denied the first time through, but I'm going over it and changing some things to make it better. It should be up in the next month.
[Report This]
Contact Author:

Indicates required fields. Please be respectful and polite when contacting an author.
Find out everything you need to know about the site right here.

We have stories and authors in this archive.


Choose Theme:
Not From Others by FloreatCastellum 6th-7th Years
She may not have been able to join Harry, Ron and Hermione, but Ginny refuses...
A Seer Named Rosemary Snape by PlutoLovegood 1st-2nd Years
In 2018 Neville and Harry deliver a Hogwarts acceptance letter to Rosemary Snape...
Gelido Dormitabis (An Icy Slumber) by Nagini Riddle 3rd-5th Years
A poetic look at the oppressive sleep of the Inferi within the icy cave.Written...
A Christmas Choice by coolh5000 3rd-5th Years
After working late one Christmas Eve and missing yet another day out with his...
Winter at the Castle by Oregonian 1st-2nd Years
The winter solstice, the shortest, harshest days of the year. Would you have...
A Passing Fancy by HalfASlug 1st-2nd Years
The Yule Ball is on the horizon and Neville knows only one girl that he wants...
Four Christmases by Squibstress 6th-7th Years
Minerva attempts to teach Severus Occlumency and perhaps something more.