Hmmm, well, lets see... I don't support Draco/Hermione or Draco/Ginny stories (I mean come on people, they are Harry's friends, a 'Mudblood' and a 'Blood traitor' - from Draco's view that's probably the worst possible characteristics in a girlfriend!). Although, having said that, any well-written story is a good read.
I also have a confession, I am a Marauder-era junkie... *sigh* it must have something to do with my OTP being James and Lily...
Ok, details you ask for, details you shall get. I am an Aussie - (oi, oi, oi!) I have severe attacks of boredomeness and am a bookworm, really these two symptoms are best seperated or they could get me surfing the net for fanfiction (never! I hear you cry).
I do have favourite books (quite a rare thing, I hear) and they include;
-Harry Potter Series *duh!*
-Mao's Last Dancer and
Ok, excitment over, I can't strain my brain anymore to think of funny, interesting details in my otherwise boring life to write down for your entertainment.
Summary: Damaged by the war, Harry flees everything that used to be familiar to him and instead roams the night, haunted by unsolvable questions -- what truly killed Voldemort? And what lurks in the Forbidden Forest, where the trees seem alive?
As his investigation progresses, everything Harry has learnt is called into question as he discovers the most jealously kept secret of the Wizarding civilisation.
Summary: Sequel to Revenge of the Serpent. The title is taken from a One Tree Hill episode title.
Within the Marauder band of Merry Men, Sirius is the dashing Will Scarlet. Seventh year, his goal is not to rob the rich, but to help poor Robin woo Maid Lily, avoid sermons from Friar Moony, aid a rat in need, and win the love of a fair lady.
Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill for Best Romance- Non Canon.
*Chapter 30 is 'To Be Loved'*
Summary: What happens when Dumbledore has his latest "brilliant" idea, to start an advice column, and call it 'Dear Dumby'? Letters from some of our favourite Hogwarts students, some of our not so favourite Hogwarts students, some not even Hogwarts students at all, and, of course, lots of madness!
Pre-HBP for obvious reasons!
Nominee for the Best Humour Award in the Quicksilver Quill Awards! Many thanks to all who voted for it!
Summary: Giving high school essays a Marauder twist, this fiction is centered around the idea that some seniors in high school are require to write a letter to incoming freshman before they graduate. At Hogwarts, Seventh Years are given an assignment to write such a letter for the new First Years. Sirius decides to actually take an assignment, well seriously...sort of. He decides to look back on his entire Hogwarts years and write down his list of things not to do at Hogwarts.
Summary: Skeletons in the proverbial closet? Hidden talents that drive one mad? Obsessive compulsive behavior? All this and more can be found within this trilogy of insanity. Characters admit their addictions and, for the most part, have nothing to be ashamed about.