I'm a fifteen-year-old who loves climbing rocks, playing my trombone, soccer, and above all else, WRITING! My favorites books are the Harry Potter series, and I'm desperately searching for new reading material now that it's over. I hate fan fics with icky pairings (ie: SSP, adult/child, etc.).
More about me:
eyes- it depends on what I'm wearing
other favorite books- The Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings, (I used to like Tamora Pierce's books, but she had to go make one of the main characters gay)
favorite food- SUGAR!!!!
favorite music genre- alternative
favorite words- egads, curses, glarglesmlergph
house- Ravenclaw (Ravenclaw is the best, and it shall always be the best) (Griffindor is over-rated)
On a side note, I'd just like to inform all you trumpet players out there that you're chosen instrument is overrated. Just thought you ought to know.
1st-2nd Years •
“Imperius… Werewolves…You-Know-Who…” The last words of a dying man force Remus Lupin into a dangerous investigation at the infamous Feral Institute. Sequel to Oblivious
; pre-reading would be useful but it isn’t vital.
3rd-5th Years •
In this sequel to Harry's Our What???, James and Lily have time-travelled to the past and finally found out the truth about who their son is. Meanwhile, in their true time-frame, the Marauders have concocted a plan to rescue James and Lily. But when they arrive in Harry's time, they realize they can't get back and must seek the aid of their older counterparts.
3rd-5th Years •
*Last chapter is up!* Due to a mishap in Charms class, James and Lily are taken away to Harry's time, only to meet Ron and Hermione. Kept hidden away from Harry by his two best friends, Ron lets something slip about Harry, James and Lily's relationship. Will James and Lily find out about their son, or at least before Remus, Sirius and Peter in the Marauder era figure out a way to bring them back? Includes people turning into ducks, Monty Python quotes and lots of Marauder goodness. PLEASE R & R- Hint, this does not mean read and run!
What if there were more to Remus Lupin's bite than a badly timed stroll in the woods? The arrival of a feral invokes secrets of the past and terror for the present...