I'm Lily Avalon, a 16 year old HP obsessive from England.
Fave colour: Red
Fave book: DH
Fave movie: The movies don't do much for me I'm afraid, they only disappoint. If I had to choose, PS because it's the closest to it's ink and paper beginning.
Fave characters: Luna (duh), Fred and George, Dobby, Tonks, Fleur, Neville, Dumbledore and the trio.
Fave ship: R/Hr
MY FAVE BOOKS AND SERIES AND STUFF LIKE THAT! (Excellent terminology there!)
Harry Potter (Well duh!) - JK Rowling
His Dark Materials - Phillip Pullman
Artemis Fowl - Eoin Colfer
Keys to the Kingdom - Garth Nix
The Mediator - Meg Cabot
A Series of Unfortunate Events - Lemony Snicket
Summary: Sequel to the parody 'Tom Riddle and the Half Blood Prince', which I am proud to state won the 2006 Quicksilver Quill award for best humor. Prior reading is advised, but not absolutely necessary.
Summary: "Be careful what you wish for," the old adage goes. So what happens when Hogwarts is under a spell where what you say is what you get?
Chappie 14 is UP! And while it is the end, let us not be sad, but instead read the insanity that has driven so many to review and nearly wet themsleves with delight.
Summary: Featuring: Harry on his never-ending quest to brush his hair, and Voldemort's attempt to stop him. Also featuring: a certain geometry teacher, Charlie Brown, the actual sparkly hairbrush, and much, much more! Other chapters include more random events, and none of them have to do with anything even remotely important. YAY!
Summary: Parody of the Harry Potter series written and completed before the release of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. It looks at the lives of some of the major characters as they wait impatiently for book six to arrive. Naturally, chaos ensues. Suitable for all.
Winner of the first annual Quicksilver Quills Award 2006 for best humor fiction. Thank you!
Summary: "Monty Python and the Goblet of Fire" explores the profound question of what scenes from "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" would be like if they were done as Monty Python sketches. Here the fic begins. A parody of the "Swedish subtitles" bit during the beginning credits of "Monty Python and The Holy Grail." Written for a GoF parody challenge. Rated PG-13, because I'm unsure of the language factor. (Disclaimer: I don't own anything related to Monty Python, JK Rowling, or the owners of the Unofficial Monty Python site, who helped me out enormously. I'm making no money from this)