Hi! My weird name is Cailee, (yes, it is obscure spelling. No one can spell it, ever, and you can't get it on a mug either...darn) and I am a boring Canadian who wishes she were British or lived somewhere interesting. But, alas, here I am in one of the most boring places ever. Sigh. Here are some random facts that you may or may not want to know about me...
- I am way too obsessed with Harry Potter
- My favourite Harry Potter book is Prisoner of Azkaban
- My favorite Harry Potter movie is Order of the Phoenix
- My hair is as curly as Hermione's, which is quite anoying, actually
- I am fifteen years old
- Potter Puppet Pals. Need I say more?
- I'm a Ravenclaw on Pottermore, and a Gryffindor on the Beta Boards . . . ( Identity crisis!)
- I have a cat named Crookshanks and a hamster named Scabbers
- I love Disney World!
- I love to watch America's Got Talent
- A Very Potter Musical. Again, need I say more than Pigfarts? Or Rumbleroar? I think not...
- I do A LOT of singing. Am I any good? I have no idea, because mothers are biased.
If anyone wants to contact me about my stories, feel free, and then maybe I'll have friends! (did that sound desperate?hehe)
This is getting really long, so I'll say, lastly, that I love Butterbeer, especially in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, while wearing a Gryffindor scarf... it just makes it better!
We Must Not Sink Beneath Our Anguish, But Battle On by The Last Marauder
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 3]
Summary: Think the first time Lupin saw Harry since he was a baby was on that eventful train journey in Prisoner of Azkaban? Well, you're wrong, they met once before, when Harry was very small. And it was this first encounter that helped Lupin realise that we must not sink beneath our anguish, but battle on.
I really love the way you described Remus' depression and sadness. I've been through depression before, and you pretty well explained it. Well done!!
Author's Response: Thank you for being my first reviewer, I really appreciate it! I am glad you found this realistic, I just based it on personal experience really, I've been in dark spaces before, so it's a relief to know you found this believable, because it's hard to know how others would respond to such things or if they would feel the same. I really hope you're doing okay now, depression is just soul-destroying so I really hope you're doing alright. Thanks again for your feedback and being my very first reviewer, I appreciate it so much. I submitted chapter two last night so fingers crossed it will get validated in a week or so. Thanks again :)
Summary: A look at the sacrifices Lily and Harry made
Nominated for Best Poetry for the 2012 Quicksilver Awards!
I love this poem! I don't usually read poetry (yours is the first poem I've read on this site) and I thought that this was really beautiful. Seriously. I couldn't write poetry to save my life, but you certainly can! I loved it, and I almost cried at the end. Good job!
Author's Response: I'm really happy to hear that! Thank you! I was inspired by my baby sister, who loves to lay her head down on my hand. I thought then that a story from the perspective of loving hands would be interesting! Thank you for your review! It has made my day!
Summary: What was Hermione's life like before Hogwarts? Why does she love books so much? Why doesn't she have any friends? What are her parents like and what impact have they had on her life?
A story of Hermione's life before Hogwarts.
I'm not J.K. Rowling. I suppose more than a few of you know that.Edit: Thank you guys so much!! Over 1000 reads on my first story... whoever has read this is amazing.
Oh, I loved it! You did a great job with description and Hermione's personality. Yay for this being your first story! I loved that feeling. Oh, and this is quite unrelated, but I love the Hunger Games too! Keep up the great work, I can't wait to see what you write in the future!
Author's Response: Cailee, Thank you so much!! I think this is one of the best reviews I have ever gotten!!! I actually started writing a fanfic before this, but this is my first completed one, and the first one that I have gotten onto Mugglenet. I am planning on putting a few more stories onto MNFF soon - a oneshot dark/angst about Neville, and a next-gen chaptered fic about Albus' first year at Hogwarts. I hope you can read them when they're validated!
Summary: Sirius's last thoughts as he falls through the veil.
Nidhi!! Woohoo! I finally get to read something you've written! ( you're probably very tired of reading my story, and have probably realized that my rough drafts are extremely rough :) I loved this poem! I can't write a poem to save my life, so I can appreciate a well written poem! I especially loved the part where Sirius was fretting about Harry, because I'm sure Harry would have done the same! Great, supermegafoxyawesomehot poem ( gotta love A Very Potter Musical!) Keep up the awesomeness!
Author's Response: Thanks Cailee! I actually was on holiday, that's why I haven't got back to you. Thanks for reviewing!!!~Nidhi
Summary: The Wizarding war has horrendous effects on the people who fought...
Wow. Just, wow. I've always thought that your writing was sweet, which I love, but this poem just knocked everything out of the water! I mean that!I really love the way you string words together to make a . . . beautiful dance in my mind?? Does that make sense?? I am seriously going to add this to my favourites now! Keep up the amazing work!!
Author's Response: Aww! Keep dancing!!!!! :) Thanks so much for your beautiful review!!!!!!!! Yeah, I can be sweet and dark... Beware! ;)
Summary: Sometimes the promise of your life is just not enough. Sometimes the only way to feel something is to end it all. For one man at the brink of both his mind and life, these are his times.
Wow - this is very well written! Okay, I am quite stupid, and I haven't read the series in a long time, and so I can't figure out who it is . . . but that's just me being stupid, I'm sure! I love this! Keep up the great work! I need to stop using exclaimation marks!
Author's Response: Well first of all thank you for the kind words. Secondly, I didn't mean to say that not knowing who it was meant you were stupid! I just meant that there are few canon characters we know of with intense mental disorders relatively...intimately. The man in this one we do meet, and we've known his son for the whole series. Hope that helps :)
Summary: Helena Ravenclaw reflects on her death and personality.
Written for the Negotiation with Death challenge in the Poetry Anyone? forum. :)
Wow. This was amazing. I Siriusly (lame pun intended) love everything you've written, and this is no exception! The way you write is beautiful and haunting here, and both of them together . . . amazing! I especially loved this line,
"Refusal is the art of cold-blood, the art of pride as my eyes seek out coveted treasure
Refusal is the art of treachery, the art of spurning as my nimble fingers steal without measure"
So beautifully written! I wish I could write like you! Please keep up the brilliant work, your writing is a gift!
Author's Response: Wow! You have just made my day with that lovely review! Thank you so much for taking the time to read my work. Your writing is beautiful, too, Cailee! :) And I will be sure to keep writing.