Penname: wicked_rachiella [Contact]
Real name: Rachel Ella
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"When in doubt, sing High School Musical." ~ Me! Hi, everyone, it's Rachel Ella. I'm a thirteen year old small town girl. The most important things in the world to me, besides my family, are my books and my voice (not for talking, but for singing). One cannot be without the other.

IF I HAD WRITTEN HARRY POTTER:
~ Draco Malfoy and Rebecca Black would have married and had three children: Sunday, Saturday, and Scorpius.
~ Ron would have been more socially adept than he really is. And more attractive. I had a dream about a hot ginger. It was not Ron, for obvious reasons.
~ Harry would have walked into the Chamber of Secrets in the last movie to find Ron and Hermione kissing passionately (which is code for making out).
~ Someone - I don't care who - would have told Harry and Ginny to get a room.
~ Hermione's daughter would have had a less stereotypical girl name than Rose.
~ The last book would have been devided into three points of view - Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
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