you girl who reads way to much
I'm proud to say i'm addicted and have read 80% of the lily/james stories (i don't like the ones where L/J die its to depressing : (.
i have a hitcchhiker thumb and i have eaten a paper plate
thats me the end
3rd-5th Years • 277 Reviews
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.
3rd-5th Years • 61 Reviews
Summary: It started as a rant: I was tired of the re-occurance of cliches in fan-fictions. But then realization dawned on me: Was it possible to write a story entirely in figures of speech?
Combine a new author, a book of cliches, and hours to kill. The result is comical blend of Easter Bunnies, out-of-character moments, and sixty-seven cliches.
1st-2nd Years • 79 Reviews
One hot summers day, all is unusually peaceful for the Marauders, as they laze about in the Grounds. Of course, they can’t possibly stand for that sort of thing, so James decides to begin a word game with his friends that ends up with Lily being kissed, Sirius running for his life, and Dumbledore remembering his youthful days ... it could only happen to the Marauders!
Now available as AudioFiction Episode #100!