The Queen Marauder [Contact
HAH!!!!!! Finally, after ages of majoro issues with passwords etc. I can actually access my Mugglenet account. Success is oh so sweet.
I suppose you'd like me to tell you a bit about myself. Well, I'm short. Like, really short. As in, five feet and half of an inch short. I'm very proud of that half inch; don't make fun or I'll be slappin' some bitches.
Why are you still reading? I'm not going to tell you any more. I can't risk anyone discovering my super-secret superhero identity.
Okay okay okay you win! I'll tell you a bit more: I don't like pickles and I don't do MySpace. Why, you may ask? I just don't. So stick that in your pipe and smoke it.
More? Alright, I'll give you the usual blather: I am an incredibly talented aspiring writer yada yada yada writing is my one true passion in life yada yada yada just give me a pencil and paper and I'll be happy for the rest of my days yada...yada...*sigh*...yada.
Hey, I admit it freely: most of that was a lie. For one thing, I have many passions in life, one of the biggest being theatre, and yes, I do enjoy writing. But I like to consider myself passionate about life in general, and I do not like saying that there is just one central thing that my world revolves around. For another thing, I hate writing stories with a pencil and paper. I find it to be messy and time consuming. I much prefer Microsoft Word where it is much easier to edit/nit-pick a story, thus making it better and more to my likeing. Was it all a lie you ask? No, one thing is true: I am extremely talented. That was a joke. Please don't skewer me alive for being cocky.
And now, finally, the moment you've all been waiting for! The story info!!!! Well, I've got one fic going (The Art of Lion Taming) which I am very excited about, and which I will have another chapter done for soon. I've been thinking about opening up a few other stories, maybe do a few one-shots, but I think I want to get The Art of Lion Taming firmly established before I begin other projects. Don't forget to review!!!
That's it for now! Make sure to check in every once in a while though, because I'll be updating regularly. Much love!
3rd-5th Years •
Sometimes happiness takes more courage than we realize, but it should be worth it in the end, right? In this heart wrenching tale we will really see if Hermione Granger is brave enough to pursue her true happiness. After all, she helped take down Voldemort, this couldn't be much harder, right?
"Hermione, you shouldn't cry in public."
"But no one is here...."
That truth made her senses overwhelm with the grief, the cruelty, of losing him, of him slipping away so easily between her fingers. One after another, un-beautified, loud, painful sobs emitted from her lips, coming from low in her throat and projecting her agony across the area. She stumbled blindly, as if in a drunken stupor, towards the grave, falling down before it and grazing her hands as they caught on the grave stone, clinging to it. She scooted herself closer to it, wrapping her arms around it and holding the cold, icy, cement to her chest, as if her heat would make the body beneath her warm and be well once more.
She had never lost so much in her life as she had done in the last year, losing her dignity, her husband, her love, her happiness, her friends, the support of her family. All had slipped away, everything had gone so wrong, and because of her own actions, which she could have prevented if she had only been brave. She had been a Gryffindor in school, but as cowardly as a Slytherin in affairs of the heart. She thought upon the night that had changed her life forever, the night she knew she would never again be the happily married woman she so naively thought she was. The night that she had finally recognized what lay beneath the surface of exterior and into his soul. The night that Hermione Granger, a world recognized author, acquired the plot for what would be one of the bestselling books of the times.
6th-7th Years •
Summary: Runner-up for the QuickSilver Quills Award, categ. Best Alternate Universe
“No matter the time or place, people should never call their child Marie-Antoinette. There is no happiness in this world for a girl called Marie-Antoinette.”
1983. In a world where Voldemort has won the First War, where hope has fled from an Earth moaning under the Dark Lord's iron hand, marriages are broken and others are arranged in order to preserve the sacred purity of blood. James Potter loses his wife; now they have to find another for him.
3rd-5th Years •
“You were the first thing they took from me,” whispered Sirius. “My only happy memory. I haven’t thought of you in fourteen years.”
“And I’ve had to think about you everyday. For fourteen years,” said Miriam, darkly. Her voice trembled. “I win.”
Miriam Daniels had lost everything she’d ever loved the day Sirius Black was sentenced to a life in Azkaban. Now, years later, she needs to find the strength to accept a past drastically different from the one that she had just begun to acknowledge as truth. Will the most celebrated Healer in England be able to nurse back to health a broken heart and shattered dreams? Or will a secret kept locked away for fourteen years drive Miriam even further away from the man who once adored her?
A/N: A/R with aspects of MWPP-era-ness! I hope you like it!
NEW CHAPTER! I really hope you enjoy it.