Because you already know I love Harry Potter, I'll tell you about something else. I support Neville/Luna, and Draco/Hermione. That's about it. (That's about all I wish to SHARE with the general public, at least, ha-ha.)
Snowlily is one of my very best friends, in real life. She betas most of my stories. So read her stories!
I love writing. Problem is, it's not always that good, or understandable. So, I have the lovely Snowlily beta most of what I write. (She translates English into English...) I sometimes beta what she writes too, but she writes WAY too much Lily/James, which I don't really care for. It's too...boring. I like Lily/Severus better.
I also like anime, and manga, K-Dramas and J-Dramas (K-Dramas are A LOT better though), and video games. Not like, Call of Duty stuff, or anything, but...girlier stuff. And things like Legend of Zelda (Skyward Sword!) and FFXII.
Last, I would like to thanks ANYONE who reads and reviews my stories, whether they're a regular college student, a parent, a grade-schooler, a genius, or even a serial killer! (If you ARE the last one though, PLEASE, for Merlin's sorry sake, (and mine) turn yourself in to the Police. Thanks.) All that matters is the joy of reading, as my old principal used to say, reading is truly magic.
Now GET READING!
3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Fred Weasley, a young man now, is nothing like his father, George Weasley. Indeed, he has his grandfather's interest in Muggles and his Uncle Percy's serious attitude towards life, but from his father, he had nothing but the crooked grin.
Fred, who works undercover in the Muggle world as the lawyer Derek Sharp and defends his own kind in the Muggle system, has no interest in his family or the life he used to lead. His tragic past, however, refuses to leave him alone, as does a certain Muggle in a yellow raincoat. All too soon, his two worlds become hopelessly intertwined in a tangled mess, leaving him with two options- leave the Muggle world, his job, and the stangest woman he has ever met, or turn his back on the wizarding world, and it's laws, and throw it all to the wind.
1st-2nd Years • 10 Reviews
One special bride-to-be is a bit worried on the day of her wedding. Wars can be scarring, on the inside and out.