Me? Imagine a slightly short girl with black hair. Extremely talkative, never still and quiet, that's me. Nothing special.
I live in Asia, so my name isn't English. People mostly call me Jenny. I'm a middle school student, and I love reading the fics in this site.
I've got Shakespear's curse. I am horrible at writing, and sometimes reading, because I'm not very good in English. I keep trying, but every time I write something, it's just horrid and I don't want to give anyone the pain of reading it. Plus, it takes a long time writing because there are HUGE exams coming up (in June and August) and I really have to study. Still, I have a few ideas. If I ever post any of them, please read and give me advice (I desperatley need them)!
P.S. I know it seems like I rarely come here, but I visit a lot. So if you need me for some reason (can't imagine why, but still), I'm always here!
Summary: Three year old Teddy Lupin ponders the photographs on the living room side table.
Wow, I really liked this story! My favorite part was that Teddy doesn't realize Tonks and Remus is dead, that's so sad.. It's just the way a baby would think, I loved that touch! I'm also relieved to know that your other fic is going to come back someday, I couldn't check this site for a few months and I totally panicked when I checked for the next chapter and saw it was gone.. I'll be looking forward to it:)
Author's Response: I am so glad you liked it. Death is a concept most kids don't understand, especially in Teddy's case where he never even knew the people who are dead so he can't even associate death with missing or being gone. And yes! My scorose fic will be returning, completely revamped. I just wasn't satisfied with the direction 'A Strange Distance' was headed, so I completely rewrote my outline, rethought my characters, and am very happy with how the new version is coming along. Already have three chapter written, so look for it soon! :)