Update: Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've updated any of my stories, and I just wanted to let you know I haven't given up on them, I'm just extremely busy right now. I'm sorry about the wait :(
I should be submitting some new chapters (hopefully) by the first week of July. Thanks!
Hello, and welcome to my author’s page! *waves* On here you will find information about me, my stories, and random bits and pieces.
Once an innocent little kid, Trivia's sister told her that she should read a book called Harry Potter. Apparently, the people were magical in it. But small Trivia claimed she had no interest in that book, and promptly put it back on her sister's bookshelf. It reappeared on her bed again. She put it back on the shelf. And again, it reappeared the next day, and the day after that, and the day after that. Finally Trivia just kept the book, but put it in her closet. And then she saw the first movie with her sister, and two seconds after it had ended, Trivia was found running up the stairs, rummaging through her closet, and pulling out the book. She read late into the night, and the next day, and has loved Harry Potter ever since. :)
I enjoy reading, math, science, sports, acting, dancing, being outside, being with friends and family, and laughing. Oh, and some random thing called reading and writing fan fiction stories, whatever that is.
1. Maureen Johnston
2. Sarah Dessen
3. J.K. Rowling (isn’t that a surprise…)
4. Jodi Picoult
Characters from Harry Potter (in no particular order):
Lily, James, Remus, Sirius, Dumbledore, McGonagall, and the other professors (still debating about Snape....), Hermione, Ron, Harry, Ginny, Luna, Fred (*sniff….FRED!*) George, Charlie, Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Weasley, and my OC, Tammie
The Celtic Woman, The Postal Service- Such Great Heights, HelloGoodbye, E.S. Posthumus, The Fray, and many, many others!
Random facts about me:
~I have no nick-name (people have tried, but it is just not possible)
~When writing a story, I will usually listen to songs that reflect the mood of the chapter if I am stuck. It's not distracting like I used to think. I don't do this for poetry though; that is when it becomes distracting
~I have been sorted into Ravenclaw and Gryffindor multiple times, and have now decided that I will reside in RavenDor, or GryffinClaw
~When I laugh and try to suddenly stop, my eyes water up and spill over, making it look as if I'm crying.
~Whoever said nothing is impossible was wrong. They obviously never tried slamming a revolving door. :)
~I love sunlight
~Luna's Poems was my first 'fanfic' on here, and it remains my favorite out of all that I've written :)
Thank you very much to all my betas, Squashy, Ginnione Grangley, and Zackie; you guys are the best! Also, thank you to people who have reviewed one of my stories. All your comments are considered, and they always brighten my day; thank you!
What I would do if....
1. I ruled the world: who says I don't already? *Laughs hysterically*
2. Owned a niffler: can you say forever happy? Me and Elmo, (yes, his name would be Elmo) would rule the world together. I would need to get our capes and crown sizes sorted out first. You can't rule the world with out a cape and crown. You really can't.
3. I was the author of Harry Potter: The world would be mine. Seriously, just give me England and a piece of pie now. (Yes, you might be thinking Okay-Trivia has some issues with wanting world power *turns around and runs away* But that's alright...)
My favourites from a list from Mugglenet Fun lists
You Know You're Too Big of a Fan When...
1. You were burned when you couldn't get through the flames of your fireplace.
2. You had to go to the hospital after you broke your nose running headfirst into the wall between platforms nine and ten.
3. You collect plugs.
4. You yell into the "fellytone."
5. You get into heated arguments over how much gel Tom Felton had in his hair in the first two movies.
6. You refer to Voldemort as "You-Know-Who", and no one has any idea who you're talking about.
7. You were kicked out of the movie theatre for standing on your chair, throwing your shoe at the screen and yelling "THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN IN THE BOOK!"
Creating the Dawn- W.I.P. Nineteen chapters are written so far, Ch.7 is being read by my betas now. I feel like there are so many Marauder era fics that go over the seventh year at Hogwarts, but what about sixth year? That's when they learned appaparation, and much more. I also feel like if they are in sixth year, the threat of Voldemort is only starting to build; it's still there, but Lily and James are not meeting with him yet, so they are free to act more immature sometimes (which for me, translates to the Marauders in awkwardly funny situations, and pulling pranks, but also more serious situations and problems).
Category: Marauder era
Betas: Ginnione Grangley and Squashy
Luna’s Poems- Poems about Luna and some of her thoughts I suspect she has. Four in total- Thank you to those who reviewed it, you made my day!
Category: let’s guess, shall we?
Let the bubbles float away- Finished and Validated! Certain moments in Luna’s life that I find essential for her character. Not much humour. It’s a “coming of age” story, if you please.
Category: dark/angsty fics
In the Light- Poem about Petunias reaction to Lily’s death. Written when I had writers block during Creating the Dawn. Validated!
Demons and Dream People- Ellen is a girl just trying to live her life normally, during the first wizarding war. But fate has other plans for her. Ellen has a secret thrust upon her, one that no one wants to be involved in. Murder.
Muggle Island- A short two chapter story about the Dursleys when they are stuck on the island in the first book.
Betas: Zackie :)
Working on :
Two humor fics
one Lily and James romance fic
Another poetry piece.
I hope you enjoyed your stay on this page, and now I hope you enjoy the stories :)
Ahhhhh! Love it, love it, love it! You, dear author, you are brillant. Now for my review: LOVED IT!
Nice job with the characterizations, and the lines. ALso, the humor was right along with the characters, making this even more real.
My favourite line: "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful!" Even better that it was said by Sirius. He He. Wonderful job, it read really smoothly!
This is awesome! I love the way you have characterized Remus and Tami! I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m glad you\'re enjoying it... :)
Oh! You almost made me cry (in a good way...) Great one-shot, the last line was my favorite. Nice job!
Author's Response: thank you so much for the kind words!
I LOVE THIS!!!!!! THis is soooooo funny, and I randomly burst out laughing every two seconds! I escpecially love how the girls pranked the boys back! Awesome chapter!
Cliff hanger! good start to the story!
“And I call being the one to push Kirsty into the fire in the middle of the night!” shouted Sirius mockingly.
haha, no doubt my FAVORITE line in the entire chapter!
As always, you have written another great chapter, that has very well developed characters. My only nit-pick is when Remus says “Let’s get some alcohol down us, shall we?”. The sense I got from the books was that while Remus was a Marauder, he was more cautious, and this line seemed more like a James or Sirius one to me. Other than that, great job, and I look forward to the next chapter!
Author's Response: Thank you, that means a lot, it really does. Yeah, I think you're right with Remus, I must not have been thinking properly when I assigned that line to him. Chapter 12 will be up as soon as I can submit it!
Oh my goodness. Very nice, extreamly nice. The descriptions of Lily melted right in with the poem and the rain. Amazing job, it painted a clear but rainy picture in my head. I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: All your reviews really made my day...thank you so much! :D
Ahh. That captured Serverus perfectly. The
You forget I can read your soul.
But if, just if
I swear the rose will be
is my favorite part. Beautiful poem, great addition.
Author's Response: Thanks again for reviewing!
So sad and yet beautiful at the same time. Lovely poems, they are so real to Lily and Severus.
The way you write your poems makes me beilieve that he loved her truely, just like JK showed in the book with his doe patronus.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you liked them, even though I think they are a little too sappy for Snape/Lily...thanks for reviewing!
oh. my. goodness. This is brilliant! You are an amazing writer; I'm hooked. Great job, the characterizations are very believable too!
Author's Response: Aw, thanks a mill! I hope you enjoy the next chapters just as much!
wow. interesting turn to the story.
the way you characterized Mrs. Weasly was a bit un-expected, but it worked quite well.
Author's Response: Thanks! :)
Wow, great job! I had never really thought about how Hermione and Penelope ended up being petrified, but your version has now filled in that hole. My favorite line was That way, if the Basilisk is there, we’ll at least only be Petrified, not killed.’
‘That’s a comforting thought,’ Penelope said dryly.
Great job; it was a cool story to read.
Very nice! The title was what caught my eye, and the repetition of Love behind the veil was extremely effective in the poem. I, like everyone else who has reviewed, also loves how you broke up the last line. Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you! ^^ Your review has made my day! I\'m delighted you liked my little poem, as it\'s my first ever fanfiction. Might I also say that I adored your \"Luna Poems\" ?
Great Poem! Usually, I don't like rhyming poems, but your rhymes were not forced, each one fit, and each-one was there for a reason. The stanza breaks were well done as well. I think this captured Dumbledore and his sorrow perfectly, especially the lines
A family again,
These are the things I wish for you
when I whisper your name.
All in all, wonderful job!
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m really pleased you liked it. I normally don\'t like rhyming, either (mainly because I\'m horrible at it) but this poem just seemed to come to me. :) Once again, thanks for your lovely review!
Ahh! I am hooked on this story. I can't wait to find out what happens next. Nice chapter; it all flows really well.
[Peter Pettigrew, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and the logic of fives. Dark, some disturbing imagery. One shot.]
Wow. This is a story to remember, and I can clearly see why it won! Congratulations :)
It was extremely creepy; every time you wrote about the number 5, or how there were six, or only 14 people, I could feel the intensity build... It was also neat how you were able to include so many events into one story, without overloading us with info. Once again, great story- a very interesting read.
Aww! Poor Petunia!
Nice job, this was an enjoyable read, and the characterization were well done. I feel so bad for Petunia now :(
Author's Response: Thanks, I'm glad you liked it! :D
Wow! Great characteration of Remus. I feel so sad for him.... can't wait for the next chapter! awesome beginging!
Author's Response: Thank you! Yeah... Remus\' life is pretty hard...
Now with more Snape down the Whomping Willow! Check out Chapter 10: A Highly Amusing Joke and Chapter 11: Skyfall
Brilliant job! This chapter was fun and easy to read, very enjoyable. The prank was so mean, but very like something the Marauders would do. My favorite lines were:
“I want to push James into the dirt,” he said coolly. Sirius and Peter laughed.
“Err, no,” said James shortly.
“It would make me feel better,” argued Remus.
“Nicknames!” said James excitedly. “I want to be ‘The Amazing Quaffle Boy’!” That was so James :)
Author's Response: I love knowing which lines people liked best! I\'m glad you enjoyed the chapter. Thanks for the review!