I am a teenage geek. Teachers call apon me at school for computer help more than the tech workers. I like writing. People say I write way above my age level, but I think my writing sucks sometimes. I am a pick-and-choose perfectionist. I know more about Harry Potter than I should (A Quidditch game cannot end until the snitch is caught. The longest game lasted 3 months, and they had to keep bringing in substitutes so people could get rest). On that note, I use that knowledge to write fanfiction. I have been known to go by Bob, Maddie-Bob, Draco Malfoy, Martian, Skeeve, and Wifey. My favorite color is purple. I just had to backspace favorite because I spelled it like you would in England. I do this a lot. I cook, but on my own terms; if I am going to cook, the idea has to be planted in my head days before, otherwise I won't do it. Ketchup is good on everything. If I could be anyone in the world it would be someone with super powers or a person that I have created in my head. Sometimes I pretend to be these people in the shower. I sing in the shower, but I hate when people talk about it. I like to make my phone look all funky with widgets and add ons. I like to ramble, incase you haven't noticed. I bet you're either aggravated or extremely confused by now. I've written so much, there's a scroll bar on this little box. THE END!!!
Summary: Natasha Osborne- better known as Tash- is a perfectly normal girl living in Australia. She's got all the problems that a normal teenage girl has: quarrels, boys, studies, and the list can go on and on. But when her father is transferred to England, she has to attend Hogwarts. When Tash meets the Boy-Who-Lived, her perfect world turns upside-down.
Natasha Osborne learns the secret her family have been hiding since she was a year old.
She learns her whole identity was a lie.
Follow Tash through her seventh, but first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Warnings for violence and self injury are strictly for later chapters.
Summary: They all know who he is, what he's done. They have no idea there was another side to the story. This is that side.
Diana has always been different. She can make objects move without touching them. She can command animals without training them. She always seems to know when someone is lying to her. And strange things always seem to happen when she's sad or angry....
But even when the enigmatic Professor Dumbledore comes to tell her that this is all normal for someone like her, there are other things that still set her apart. She has no memory from before age eleven. She hears voices whispering to her when no one is there. And there is something more sinister lurking inside her, something that reminds Dumbledore of another student he had so many years ago....
Diana's birth was no accident. Someone has dark plans for her, and unless she can solve the Riddle of her past she may just become the very thing she strives to destroy.