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Hey, I'm Erin. I'm 16 years old and am either writing, studying like crazy (since school has now started) or doing photomanipulation in my free time so any banner on here not credited was probably done by me. I'm a member of Hufflepuff on the forums, though I don't seem to be able to stay very active on there, and below is a list of my Works In Progress. I hope you enjoy what you read in my stories!
I am indeed a proud member of the Poetry Club! I've thought about submitting poetry on here but none of it's Harry Potter related soo... that wouldn't really work, would it? ;-x
Updates: December 1, 2007:
Death Wish: There should be about 20 to 22 chapters for this story and chapter 12 just got accepted so feel free to check out that update and review! :p I'll be sending chapter 13 into my betas for comments and corrections, but since I've made the changes I like it shouldn't take that long to get the next chapter posted unless the mods find something that my betas miss. Like always, feel free to email me if you just want to discuss ideas that you think could improve the story or just leave a review if you're too lazy to click the "contact" button right above this huge paragraph. Lol. Either way, I hope you check out my stories and enjoy them when you do.
When Impossible becomes Reality: This is the first part of a series that I have decided to write, dedicated to Luna and my original character, Noah. This first, very short story of about 5 to 6 chapters is meant to explain how Luna and Noah first met in a rather entertaining and (dare I suggest it) comical way. I'm proud to say that so far I have made it on my own, without a beta and chapter 3 has been accepted. I only have a few more corrections to make before submitting chapter 4. I have all the chapters written up to chapter 5 so the story is basically done and just needs to get posted. There should be two more, much longer stories following this one and I hope you all enjoy!
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