I'm the kind of girl that likes to write lyrics to slightly obscure oldy songs (that I don't really know but all my other music is so unknown I might as well scribble on the board) on my chemistry board.
I'm the kind of girl who thinks of addition as a metaphor, and math as the more than the ends to practical means. There has to be shakespere between formulas or it's pointless.
I'm the kind of girl who is on a tighrope between arrogance and a severe self-esteem deficate.
I'm the kind of girl who likes the distance between the fingers and the sound when playing the piano.
I'm the kind of girl that is more poetry than prose.
I'm the kind of girl that if she had it her way we would sing every line of our lives.
I'm the kind of girl who sees symbolism in meaningless background noise.
Faithless and a Nudist.
I never really get embaressed about bodys. If I had my way we would all be naked during the summer.
A very descriptive peice, emotionally driven. One of my better peices. Author Rating: 8/10
Not as emotional, very plot dirven though some nice twists and turn. Not extremely emotional and no brilliant description. 6/10
Finding Judas is a story in which I think I really got into the character of Peter Pettigrew, and his voice but I sacraficed some of my own style for it. All in all a real character peice. 7/10
My favorite story that I have written on here. Read it, now. 9/10
Summary: What happens when the Order's most valuable spy loses his memory? Severus Snape fights to survive in a world he can no longer remember and in the process rediscovers the love of his life.
Severus Snape/Original Character.
Summary: The students dethrone a devil and his demons.
Summary: Night after night the dream returns. One evening she decides to act upon it.
Will following the dream's footsteps provide the same results in life? Will time have healed all wounds? Can broken bridges ever be mended?
Originally written for the second New Years' challenge, Dreams.
Summary: Logic rules the life of Padma Patil. For every conundrum, there is one solution which is the most reasonable and sensible. Emotion, she regards as a hindrance. But when logic dictates she joins the ranks of the most feared Dark wizard of all time, will she be able to stop her feelings getting in the way?
Summary: Molly Weasley talks about why Percy is the way he is, and Bill decides to mend the rift.