I've been writing since I was four. I'll let you be the judge of how much my writing has improved since then. ;) All I know is I love it, and am never 100% satisfied with my stories (like most of you, I'm sure). I hope to make a living of writing...someday.
I'm not afraid of honesty. Period. So please, leave honest reviews. I try to respond to all of them, and keep everyone posted with my author's notes. If you have any questions, comments, etc., feel free to tell me. I like talking to people. :D
I mostly enjoy reading fantasy and science fiction. When it comes to fan fiction, I mostly read non-canon romances (Draco/Hermione, Harry/Draco, Harry/Hermione etc.), anything involving the Weasley twins, or Draco Malfoy.
I have a few story ideas floating around my head lately, some HP, some not. I hope to get them all written sometime soon, but we'll see. I'm pretty busy between school and homework.
Finally, my interests: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, language (particularly German and Japanese), live theatre, school in general, writing, friends, and music.
All is not well.
George uses work and Firewhisky to cope with Fred's death until a drink with a friend leads to something that dulls pain better than alcohol. Emotionally torn by grief, he struggles to allow Alicia into his life...and then comes baby....
*Winner of the 2008 Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Dark/Angsty Story*
I've been reading this story for a long time, and figured it was time to leave a review. This is by far my favorite story I have read on Mugglenet Fanfiction. =D Keep up the amazing work.
And on a side note, it amuses me that one of the chapters in my main story is also titled "What's In A Name?". xD
Shakespeare lovers unite! :)
Thank you so much for reading and leaving a review! I really appreciate it...and not just 'cause you have such good taste in chapter titles. ;)
"when the reader finishes a good novel, he sighs, says, 'That was good, but I wish there was a little more of it'"
So true, and that is exactly how I feel. :) Excellent work. I loved every second of it.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for feeling that way--and for taking the time to tell me! I really appreciate it. :)
Summary: The first thing it knew was the hunger. Life from a Dementor's point of view.
That was by far the most amazing thing I have read in a long, long time.