I'm Molly, a fifteen year old US chic with a fettish for Harry Potter. I love writing about the Marauder Era since the mastermind JK has not written more then a few chapters about James and Lily's Hogwarts Days.
I hope you like my writing, and if not, why the heck are you reading my profile? All constructive criticism is welcome if you have any tips or pointers.
Disclaimer: My name is Molly, not JK Rowling, I repeat I'm Molly, not JK Rowling. All right that's clear. If you recognise it, it's not mine.
Now let the words flow...
Summary: James and Lily spend their summers together producing plays, though neither are happy about the presence of the other. With James, as the set designer, and Lily, as the actress, tensions run high.
Summary: Norah Kelley was the one James had always seen himself with. They had been together forever and he loved her. Lily Evans, on the other hand, was the one girl he truly loathed.
But in fifth year, with a changing outlook on life and problems finally surfacing at home, James and Lily began to a friendship. Both known for hating each other, they agreed to keep their friendship quiet.
But as things progress, James comes to find that he can't have everything and a decision has to be made. With this decision, James learns that what you expect isn't always what happens and love can spout from unexpected places.
This is told from James' POV.
Summary: Book Two in the 'Lily' series, Nuttier Than A Fruitcake, portrays Lily's fifth year at Hogwarts, a time filled with hormones, confusion, and of course, run ins with the ever obnoxious, James Potter.
Lily Evans is not the sort of girl who would normally be found writing in a diary. Yet, when she starts, she finds that the easiest way to overcome all the obstacles in life is to let her emotions out onto paper.