Penname: animspiredwriter [Contact]
Real name: Jessica
Member Since: 05/30/10
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My name is Jessica- I'm 15 and live in England, where the sun doesn't shine and we're not short of rain. I aspire to be a doctor or a journalist, and if I'm very lucky I hope to do something theatrical or I want to act. Yeah, there's a wide variaty there.

I'm an avid writer and reader. I don't have much time do to either of those things though lately, what with an insane amount of GCSE's coming up. However, I still find the time somewhere- the real world doesn't see to much of me.

I absoloutly adore Harry Potter and it has been a second life for me and one my inspirations for everything. I am a canon shipper though I don't mind a little bit on well-written non-canon stuff. However, I do believe Draco/dark pit of despair and Voldemort/dark pit of even worse despair through and through.

I'm a friendly person who loves pretty much everyone. My friends are my family and my writing is my escape.
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