http://www.GlitterMaker.com/ - Glitter Graphics
Age: Two beautiful digits that if added make three!
Location: Llamaland, but sometimes Earth (during language arts class and summer holidays =])
Likes: Acting, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, writing poetry, listening to music, the Sims 2, romance (in my life, hehe), Fruits Basket (and especially Kyo (Ayame and Uotani, too)) Converse hi tops, llamallamaduck, MuggleNet, roleplaying, writing AND getting reviews, songfics, and pizza.
Top three HP characters (in no particular order): Albus Dumbledore, Hermione Granger, and Fred&George (I'm counting them as one person) Weasley.
Favorite HP books: GoF and HBP
Favorite HP movie: GoF
Favorite HP actors/actresses: Ralph Fiennes (I can't believe he did Curse of the Were Rabbit too!), Alan Rickman, Emma Watson, the guys who *USED* to play Dumbledore. (I hate Michael Gambon!!)
Favorite random HP character: Parvati Patil (which is weird, considering they hardly exist!!)
Favorite HP ships: Ron/Luna, Harry/Hermione, Draco/OC (read: Saffron, my OC), Sirius/Other Azkaban prisoner
The best non-HP book EVER:The Hobbit, by J.R.R Tolkein (it's a classic.)
Greatest Mangas ( genres in parentheses ): Kare Kano (Romance), Fruits Basket (Romance/Comedy/Fantasy), Revolutionary Girl Utena (Fantasy/Romance), Ultra Maniac (Comedy/Fantasy), Boys Over Flowers (Romantic Comedy), Mars (Romance), The Tarot Cafe (Fantasy), Bizenghast (Fantasy), The Dreaming (Horror/Fantasy)
Favorite movies: Lord of the Rings, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Howl's Moving Castle, Spirited Away, Pride and Prejudice, Chronicles of Narnia
Favorite ships from various books/movies/series: Arwen/Aragorn (LotR), Tibby/Brian (Traveling Pants), Kyo/Uo-chan (Fruits Basket), Miki/Utena (Revolutionary Girl Utena), Rei/Kira (Mars), Kazuma/Tsubasa (Kare Kano), Ichigo/Masaya (Tokyo Mew Mew), Lettuce/Ryou (TMM), Mint/Keiichiro (TMM
Summary: Ginny's only 15, but she knows what it is to be in love. She's loved Harry since she was eleven, and she's never stopped loving him... but she'll never bring herself to tell him. For that would be to risk everything. (Pre-HBP)
I've been crying for Ginny's unrequited love since I read the second book at age 5. Even then, I realized how she must feel, and now this emotion strikes me as all new (blame it on Matthew) and I love this poem!
Summary: Hermione's confused about things, so decides to draw up someone's Arithmancy chart. She's rather pleased with the results.
Hermione/Ron seems to be taking over the fanfic community.
Author's Response: It could\'ve been Hermione/Malfoy...if Malfoy\'s eyes were blue. And, yes, it does have quite a base, doesn\'t it? thank you for your review.
Summary: Based on the poem, “The Fly Is In” by Shel Silverstein. A short, but lovely poem starting from Harry’s first year to his 6th year.
Warning: MAJOR spoilers!!!
The fly is in.
I like this poem a lot, but the 6th year verse made me cry... DUMBLES!!
Heh... "the fly is in" is a great poem!
Summary: A goodbye to our favorite headmaster, Albus Dumbledore.
Departed on a grand adventure,
We will remember him forever,
He wanted us to have a lemon drop,
We will, farewell, Albus Dumbledore.
Hehe... revival of the lemon drops, eh? I wish Dumbledore was real, only I'd probably hug him all the time, I'm scared to death of dark wizards. Dumbles rox!!
PS: If my poem, The Truth Inside, is accepted, please check it out!
Summary: The expressed feelings of the Harry Potter characters, packed together into one, small book named Anonymous Poetry. Look through their eyes, deeper, and into their soul, to finally capture the true perspective of their life, and cradle it in your arms, as if it were your own... ;D
Summary: One-Shot. A tale of the new HP world from Harry's point of view. PG-13 just do be safe cause its a really dark poem. OVER 130 READS!!!!! THANK YOU TO ALL MY WONDERFUL REVIEWERS. IF YOU READ, YOU GET A HUG, AND IF YOU REVIEW, YOU GET A SMOOCH!
Wow. That's the first time I've ever felt sorry for Harry.
Author's Response: Should I take that as a compliment?
I LOVE IT!!!! Although the world is a tough place, yes it is / and it used to be none of my biz is kind of weak.
Author's Response: i couldn\'t think of what to put there. twelve is a lucky number!
Summary: The classic Christmas carol done up Hermione Granger style!
Summary: Crookshanks is bored, and can't sleep due to the younger students singing Christmas songs. But one of them catches his interest, and being a smart critter, decides to word it himself ... entry for Winter Snows Challenge Four, by Madnessisme of Slytherin.
Crookshanks = love.
Six scoldings for scratching up the curtains
No, or I'll run out of room
Summary: This will be a collection of poems about Remus Lupin, the last marauder.
In the first poem he is remembering Sirius, and though he fears he will forget some things about him, he knows there is one thing that will stay with him forever.
The SSP warning is there only as a precaution, names are not mentioned so the poem can be interpreted differently if you wish.
The second chapter, I Weep for the Living is up. The SSP warning doesn't apply, it is not connected to the first chapter. Dumbledore is watching Lupin at the funeral of Lily, James and Peter. And he weeps... for the living.
Summary: Draco is staying with Snape for New Year. Unsurprisingly he is a little messed up. Can Snape help him find his way? For Challenge One of the Winter Snows Holiday Challenge, Redemption. May include slight errors in what Draco should and shouldn't know. All characters belong to JK Rowling and the title is a lyric from the Evanescence song 'Hello'. My first fic. Just joined the forums and have been sorted into Gryffindor.
Oh, how nice... a look into Snape's thoughts. You are very talented!
Author's Response: Thank you :)
On the First Day of Christmas, Lord Voldy Gave to Me.... by MagicalMaddie331
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 13]
OMG, that's the funniest thing I've ever read.
Eight minutes on a bike with Hagrid (Have you ever tried to SLEEP on one of those?)
Yahhh. Totally =D
Author's Response: Haha, thank you for the review!
Heheh... this is hilarious! I love Harry's comments. The poem is a funny take on Angsty!Harry, and is the funniest thing E V E R.
Author's Response: Haha, it was fun making fun of Angsty!Harry in that way. I\'m glad you enjoyed it too!!
Summary: Draco "tells" Hermione how he really feels about her. Read and Review! ;) and Come on people! 62 reads and only 2 reviews?! I know you can do it better! ;)
Wow, a sincere-sounding, unfluffy Draco/Hermione. I must say this is the best D/H I have EVER read, because it sounds just as if Draco is talking to her. It's beautifully written!
Author's Response: thank you! that\'s really nice of you to say :)
Summary: Fifteen tries for fifteen years,
Worth of doubt and lies...
“I can do it,” he says,
“I want to serve the Dark Lord.”
Fifteen minutes to change your mind.
Draco has a heart, I know he does!! HE MUST!! (Because ferrets are cute.)
Nothing left to lose
But fifteen years of pain
Fifteen years of disappointment
Fifteen minutes of rain.
Summary: A poem about what the books are. It was originally going to have a part for each year, but none of them compared with the first, so I'm going to leave it as it is.
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'m glad you liked it! ~Hermy
Lily Evans is not the sort of girl who would normally be found writing in a diary. Yet, when she starts, she finds that the easiest way to overcome all the obstacles in life is to let her emotions out onto paper.
Lily writing in a diary! Hehe! I love the sarcastic tone of part 1!
Summary: Lucius is summoned to do the Dark Lord's work.
Narcissa does not believe her family can survive this.
But the silent boy hiding behind the door knows only fear, passed down by his parents.
AU warning for those who do not believe the Malfoys are capable of emotion.
Wait... Draco can feel?!
I bet he was a cute little kid. I especially like the third verse/stanza. Great poem, great idea!
Summary: Inspired by Azreal's HP versions of Poems, This takes poems and changes them to Harry Potter versions. The first one is based on Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost.
No way, you HP-ized my favorite poem.
Just kidding, 7/10.