Penname: fiskehandler [Contact]
Real name: Emil
Member Since: 11/08/04
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OK. I'm 18, from Bulgaria, and I found Harry Potter through the movies. It was the second movie that really made me want to read the books. Ever since I read the books I fell in love with them. I'm really looking forward to the sixth book, and to fill the waiting with something, I've decided to write fan-fictions, so read them, review them, like them, hate them, do whatever you want, hope you enjoy it. I'm a Hr/R shipper. I'd also like to see Harry end up with Luna or Ginny. If he survives the seventh book that it;)
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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
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12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: fiskehandler Signed
Date: 12/02/04 Title: None

It's great, I like it! Keep up!

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