Penname: hpbiblioholic [Contact]
Real name: Chelsea
Member Since: 03/22/05
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Hi, I'm a 15-year-old girl, living in Southern California. I'm a total beach girl, and I'll try pretty much any water sports, but I hate almost all sports on land except karate.

I have amazing friends =D.

I'm very much a nerd and a bookworm. I like school and thinking and learning and debating. I love books, and I'll read just about anything, but HP's my favorite. I like fanfiction, mostly because it expands on the HP stories. Recently, I've started liking writing sometimes.

My favorite ship's Ron/Hermione because THEY ARE AWESOME!! I practically am Hermione, and I'm in love with Ron, although Rupert Grint's not too bad either =D. I also like Harry/Ginny, James/Lily, Remus/Tonks, and stories with Sirius in them.

OMG DH WAS AMAZING!!!! SOOOO GOOD!

That's pretty much it.

~Chelsea (AKA hpbiblioholic)

P.S. A Biblioholic is basically someone who is addicted to books, in case you were wondering.

P.P.S. Hi, Sierra (bgsthpfanever)!
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