MuggleNet Fan Fiction
Harry Potter stories written by fans!
Writing is my passion. When I write, I go into my own little world. It's how I get away from my brother when he's pissing me off, and it's how I get away from my parents when I'm pissing them off. My other outlet is my friends, but I don't see them all that much outside of school. Every once in a while I'll have them all over at my house, and it's great. I love my friends like family. Before I met them, I was a shy little fifth grader. Now I'm a freshman and nobody believes that I was ever shy. Ever.
I am a fourteen-year-old Harry Potter fanatic. I got hooked when my mom began to read me the first book at the age of seven or eight, and I took it from her and began to read it myself.
I discovered Mugglenet back in 2004 when my friend told me about it. I checked it out immediately and have visited almost every day since.
In 2005 I decided to look at the Fan Fiction, and I loved it. Back then I only read it every once in a while, but now that I have an account, I read it all the time.
Height: 5 foot something.
Weight: Do you need to know? I think not!
Hair: Brown, and medium length.
Eyes: Brown, 'cause I'm so full of crap... or so people say...
Feet: Um, feet-like.
Favorite Word: Ap-cray.
Favorite Foods: Toast, nutella, nutella on toast. Oh, and spearmint tic-tacs.
My IQ: 129, according to http://www.iqtest.com. YIPPO!!
Favortite Characters: Luna, Dumbledore, Fred, and George.
Favorite Ships: Heron (Ron/Hermione), Garry (Harry/Ginny), Squobby (Dobby/Giant Squid), Tupik (Tonks/Lupin), and Mena (Luna/Me) (who WOULDN'T want a random/funny girlfreind?).
Favorite FanFic Category: Humor. Definetly. Although AU is pretty cool too.
Death will cease to breath on the candlelight of the ocean once the turtles start using toothpaste...
— I SAID THAT —
Toothpaste is on the verge of extinction!
— THAT TOO —
Also, I would like to thank dancing_hippogriff for editing all of my stories. For official purposes, I'll call her my beta, but really, she's just (one of) my best freind(s).
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