so welcome to my page. I'm guessing you are here to learn more about me, but you can do that by visiting my website.
Yes I write fanfiction, that's why I'm here. Life has been busy for the past year, so no, I haven't update much. Working on it though.
1st-2nd Years • 328 Reviews
Time travel. One of the most dangerous things one can do in the wizarding world...yet along with the high risks, it also has the ability to do wonderful things. Here is the tale of what happened to three young wizards when they traveled back to the past - back to the time of the famous Marauders. There are some ships you may not like (L/D, G/J, Hr/S, Hr/RL) so be forewarned.
The last chapter, chapter 23, has been posted! This fic is finished.
Edit as of 08/27/05: Reading over this fic literally made me cringe in pain. I apologise to anyone who had to endure the agony of reading such terrible writing. I'll give you an e-cookie to make up for the torture I put you through.
1st-2nd Years • 134 Reviews
Melody Chancelle, an American-born girl who had lived in France for the last five years, has just been transferred from Beauxbaton to Hogwarts. How will she adjust?
6th-7th Years • 514 Reviews
The Hogwarts Express brings mystery and mischief in the Marauders' seventh and final year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. James, Sirius, Remus, and Peter are facing a year of N.E.W.T.s, romance, intrigue, and, of course, a little mischief-making. There are plot twists galore! James (in the midst of saving the world) continues desperately to try to woo the incorrigible Lily Evans. Sirius deals with family problems while dealing with his incredible popularity and good looks (the horror!). Remus is provided with a backdoor to avoiding the prejudices of the inevitable real world, but at what cost? (dun-dun-dun) And Peter...well, Peter gets himself a girlfriend (but don't worry: it doesn't affect his hero-worshipping of James...or DOES IT?!)
1st-2nd Years • 16 Reviews
Two days after the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, Ginny Weasley sits at the banks of the Great Lake, remembering a game she once played with Ron, and contemplating who she is, what she was, and her decision to reclaim her innocence.