'Lo, all! I'm Liz. You can call me Dreameth, though. Whichever floats your boat. Glad you stopped by so I can waste your tim- Er, tell you a bit about myself.
I love Harry Potter (obviously, or I wouldn't be here.) I also love writing (again, rather obviously) and reading (not quite as obvious, but if you didn't have that figured out yet...)
I'm a big Monty Python fan. I also love the Princess Bride (movie and book) Eragon (NOT the movie... -shudder-), LOTR, and Dianna Wynne Jones. I also like free time, ice cream, computers, and Christmas.
I love classic rock, especially the Traveling Wilburys. My favorites are probably Handle with Care, End of the Line, Heading For the Light, Inside Out, Dirty World, Last Night… All of them, pretty much, but especially those first three. The Beatles are pretty good too (Not as good as TW, though. So sue me.) They just don't make music like that anymore…
I also love classic movies (sometimes I wonder if I was born in the right generation…). My dad's going through this classic movies spree. He got a book on the best classics, and we're watching all of them. Singing In the Rain, Meet Me in St Louis, Bringing Up Baby, North by Northwest… I love Cary Grant *sigh*
Harry Potter-wise, my favorite charrie is James. All of the Marauders, really, even Peter, though I do want to strangle him sometimes. A lot of times, actually. I also love Ginny, Filch, and Lord Voldemort. My favorite book is the fifth, although I loved the seventh. The rest, in order, are 3, 6, 4, 2, and 1.
I've only gotten one poem up so far. It's called Alone: The Memories of RJL. R&R please, it's very encouraging, really. I'm working on a couple of other things, but I've written descriptions of dead WIPs and I'm tired of putting them up and taking them down again, so they'll get submitted if they're finished, and if I get bored of them I won't.
That's just about it. Check out my Favorites, they're all fantastic. I'm sure the authors love reviews as much as I do, and they probably deserve them a lot more.
...and which lesser Harry Potter character are you?
Now go away, or I shall taunt you a second time!
Summary: Marty Price works for The Cause, which involves several campaigns and petitions on a weekly basis. It has become common knowledge within Hogwarts that if you see her coming towards you with a clipboard, you should turn and walk the other way. Or perhaps deny all grasp of the English language. And if this isn’t eccentric enough, there’s also her obsessive written observations of four boys in her year, which will one day make a rather interesting book ...
Remus Lupin, meanwhile, has always been a little different, too. Poor, sweet Remus Lupin is, to the casual observer, the picture of a sensible, hard working student. However, he has three friends who have done more for him than anyone knows and they have done this because of his troubled past, troubled present and troubled future. Why the gloominess? Because Remus Lupin just so happens to be a werewolf.
So what could these two possibly have in common? And how can their stories possibly connect?
Runner-up for the 2008 Best Marauder Era QSQ.
Laura has been a good friend to Percy for seven years. She took his side during a fight between Percy and Oliver their second year. She accepted Percy the way he was, something most of his brothers couldn't even do. And when the one brother who did understand Percy died, Laura was there to help Percy through it, even though the death hurt her greatly as well.
Yes, Laura has been a good friend to Percy. So why, during their seventh year, is Percy allowing his friend to be lonely and miserable?
A fellow Gryffindor decides to try to ease Laura's loneliness by interfering in her life. The result is that Laura must suddenly deal with new relationships, including an unlikely reconciliation with Oliver.
Laura succeeded in being a good friend when she only had one friend. Now she must learn how to be a good friend to several people... including herself. Oliver/OCComplete!
"Thy friendship oft has made my heart to ache; do be my enemy - for friendship's sake." -William Blake
Summary: What does Lord Voldemort do in his spare time? Well, that's an excellent question. Who would have known that the Dark Lord has a blog? (He also has a loyal following of readers, most of whom are Death Eaters and who post their comments.) Voldemort dispenses advice on everything from murder methods to germ protection to Power Rangers to shoes, and gives an account of the life of an evil overlord. But is he posting too much personal information online? And will Harry read it and find out more about the Dark Lord than Voldemort ever intended? Read and see.
WARNING: Extremely OOC behaviour from almost all.
RUNNER-UP in the 2007 Quicksilver Quills Awards for Best Humour fic! Also nominated like 21 times, because apparently my readers are as insane as I am!
Lily Evans is not the sort of girl who would normally be found writing in a diary. Yet, when she starts, she finds that the easiest way to overcome all the obstacles in life is to let her emotions out onto paper.
Summary: "Be careful what you wish for," the old adage goes. So what happens when Hogwarts is under a spell where what you say is what you get?
Chappie 14 is UP! And while it is the end, let us not be sad, but instead read the insanity that has driven so many to review and nearly wet themsleves with delight.