Age: Old enough to be told, numerous times, that I shouldn't tell people things like that over the Internet.
Height: Tall enough to find things that aren't so close to the ground, and short enough to not hit my head on the ceiling.
Weight: Why do you care, you stalker?
Hair Color: Normal
Eye Color: Not subject to change.
Sense of Humor: Odd, to say the least.
Friends: Many. But we are way too weird when we get together, so don't even try to understand us.
Obsessions: Harry Potter, writing, reading, being completely random, eating sugar...what can I say, this site completes me.
Other Names: On fanfiction.net, I'm FantasySeventeen. I don't have any stories up, but oh well! I'll also respond to Addy (but only one person in the world is allowed to call me that, and it's not you, so don't even try), or hey you!, so...yeah.
House: I was just proudly Sorted into Slytherin. I prefer to think we aren't bad people, and the only traits that got me into that House are cunning and ambition.
Life, In General: I'm not dead yet.
Other Random Things No One Wants To Know: Who cares?
Thank you so much to sayiansirius for these awesome banners!
Part II of Romance Slytherin Style - However Far Away by SeaIsleWitch
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 237]
Summary: He had no choice when he was marked as a servant of evil; her only mistake was to fall in love with him. Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson are two lovers forced to live in a cruel reality.
This is Part II of Romance, Slytherin Style - A Trilogy. Please read Part I - Somewhere Only We Know first. *Let me change your mind about the Slytherins you love to hate.*
Warnings: Non-graphic violence, torture and sexual situations. Character death, but not Pansy or Draco.
Genres: Romance/drama with some humour and action
Main Characters: Draco Malfoy & Pansy Parkinson
Other Characters: Severus Snape, Narcissa Malfoy, Millicent Bulstrode, Bellatrix Lestrange , Lord Voldemort and many more.
Summary: Harry, Ron and Hermione are spending a day in the small wizarding village of Hogsmeade when they happen to come upon a strange amulet lying in the snow. This amulet has amazing powers and transports the three friends to Salem, Massachusetts in the year 1692 when Muggles lived in fear of witches and wizards and the penalty for being able to perform magic was death.
Summary: Sequel to Revenge of the Serpent. The title is taken from a One Tree Hill episode title.
Summary: Sequel to A Stolen Past. Please read that story first, as this one really won’t make sense if you don’t.
Harry Potter has rejoined the Wizarding world after a year-long absence, but still has no memory of his time at Hogwarts. Will he ever get his memory back? Will he be able to pass his classes without it? And most importantly, will he ever be able to defeat Lord Voldemort? Read on as the last of the mysteries introduced in A Stolen Past are finally revealed.
This is a story of friendship and mystery, with a healthy dose of H/G thrown in for good measure.
Summary: The Harry Potter Literary Storm has caused quite the sensation around the world, JK Rowling’s magnificent series of books touching the hearts of people of all ages. But what if Harry Potter was never written by JK Rowling in the first place? What if another genius was behind it?
Many thanks to the fantastic people who nominated this story for the Quicksilver Quills: Best Humour Fiction award. I'm truly flattered.
Chapter Seven, Part Five is now up - yes, that is the final chapter!
Summary: A covert operation is launched to retrieve Voldemort from Muggledom. But what do you call an operation that involves the hormonal saviour of wizardkind, his adenoidal comic side-kick, and their thinking hat wannabe bimbette; a harmless (mostly) werewolf, his canine friend and their clumsy associate; a snivelly wizard and a known felon? Surely, Mission Implausible? A sequel to Casting Grouch.
I have not updated in a while as my PC crashed. Just wanted to tell you all, "I'll be back!"
Summary: For the rest of the Ministry, the interdepartmental challenge was merely a failed attempt to restore trust between workers. But for Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger, it was the catalyst for an unexpected relationship built on passionate letters, concealed identities, and secret meetings – and the beginning of an end that neither of them could ever have imagined possible, not even in their wildest dreams.
Post-war. Based somewhat on the story of the Phantom of the Opera. Also contains R/Hr, so don't read if you can't stomach that ship.
Status: Complete. Thanks for reading, everyone!
Summary: SEQUEL OF LESSONS: After successfully completing their Herbology project, Lily finds out from her ex-partner James Potter that the two of them have been paired together to work on a new Potions assignment as well. How will Lily react when she realises that after having spent one whole month in James’s company yet another four weeks await her with the same task? And, moreover, will they be able to finish this assignment with out killing each other first?
Summary: The dust has settled and the final battle is over now that Harry has defeated Voldemort for the last time......Harry is eager to get on with the rest of his life and is feeling kind of spontaneous, so why not get married?.... Tomorrow....... Mainly Harry/Ginny with some Ron/Hermione Rated for sexual references
Summary: Lily thought she was in for a boring summer... but James Potter had other ideas. Love Letters, with a rather bizarre twist.
Summary: *COMPLETED!*What happens when you put a hopelessly "romantic" man-hussy and a girl with a soft spot for bedtime activities (not THOSE activities, silly!) together in a dark bedroom? Well, I don't happen to know either, so I suppose we'll find out together, won't we? Come with me, Tia C. Spencer, on a lovely ride through the countryside... er, lakeside... okay, so we won't actually be riding NEXT to anything, but it will be lovely, I promise you that. How can it not be, with me as your illustrious (and quite possibly mad) companion?
And no, contrary to beliefs very likely impressed upon you by this summary, I'm not a gormless prat.
Well... not entirely.