Hi, my name is Erica. I'm a seventeen year old High School junior from Los Angeles County.
The website I posted is this site my mum just started to showcase her craft projects that people might be interested in buying. Shameless advertising, I know. My favorite feature is Jack's Page, which has a picture of my boy cat in drag.
Favorite Movies; Potc, Harry Potter, The Litte Mermaid, Shaun of the Dead, Little Miss Sunshine, South Park (Bigger, Longer and Uncut).
Favorite TV Shows; Lost, Americas Next Top Model, The Office (US version), Doctor Who, South Park,
Favorite Writers; Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, Tracey Chevalier,
Favorite Book: Catcher in the Rye, The Zombie Survival Guide, Girl With the Pearl Earring, Carrie, The Martian Chronicles.
Favorite Bands; Evanescence, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack Johnson, James Blunt, The Clash, Damien Rice, Nirvana, Franz Ferdinand, Postal Service, The Beatles
-What would you see if you looked in the Mirror of Erised?
Me with a one-way plane ticket and a visa to England. I always wanted to live in England.
- What would your Boggart be?
A giant rattlesnake hands down. I hate snakes!
- What would your Animagus form be?
A calico cat. I have a calico named Mimi and she is insanley adorable.
- What would your Patronus be?
A beagle. I love beagles. Also, one saved my life. When I was about two or so, I was at my grandparent’s house and I nearly fell into their swimming pool. Indy saved by life by grabbing hold of the back of my shirt and took me to safety.
- What scent would you get from Amortentia?
Roses, Chanel #5 perfume, mothballs, rum, and that woody smell that comes from color pencils.
Ninety-five percent of teenagers are concerned about being popular. If you are one of the five percent who isn’t, copy this, put it in your profile, and add your name to the list: Queen S of Randomness 016, Queen B of Randomness 016, AnimieKittyCaffe, The Gypsy Pirate Queen, That Bloody Demon, The Astrology Nerd, Shadow929, Crazy Billie Joe Loving Freak, Yavie Aelienel, Hyperactively Bored, Spymaster E, Shanny-Boo, Gem W, Brown-eyed angelofmusic, piratesswriter/fairy to be, Bara-Minomoto, Em Quagmire, Buffy The Mary-Sue Slayer, Random Little Writer, SamanthaFantasyFan, EdwardAddict, Supergirrl, Elemental-ANimal, Mother Nature's Daughter, Schmerg_The_Impaler, Euphrates, stareyed_in_LA
(Although I don’t really think that this is that disturbing… I think I still ought to post a warning.)
Warning: This is not a happy and humourous Christmas-sy tale. It gives us a brief look at the disturbing deranged mind of Barty Crouch Jr.
This is really good. I can't find many good fics regarding Barty Crouch Jr., and this one is really well done.
Author's Response: Thanks although I can\'t take all the credit... Forum challenges and and twisted mind does produce strange results. :)
This story is so funny, I was rolling with laughter on the floor. LOL. This is wicked awsome. It reminds me of those Not another Teen Movie and Scary Movie flicks. Hope you post more chapters.
Um, hi! I want to say this is a really great story. Sorry if this review is akward.
Author's Response: Thank you! No, it isn\'t awkward at all :)
Thank you so much for updating! It's been a while, isn't it? I am just reviewing to say that this chapter is great and that I can't wait to read more.
Author's Response: It has been awhile, but never fear! Chapter twelve is with my beta and I\'m about a quarter of the way through Chapter thirteen- I want to finish before Deathly Hallows comes out. Thanks for the review!
This is an amazing poem. Percy not telling the Minister about this is JUST the thing that he would do.
Author's Response: Thank you. Percy, Percy, Percy, what are we going to do about him?
DUDE! This has gotta be one of the most strangest and most interesting stories I have ever read. It is really weird and interesting to get into Hagrids mind and read what he is thinking. Cheers!
Author's Response: Oh, Thank you, thank you, I now know that at least one person whom I did not beg on my hands and knees to read it has looked at this story, and, even better, liked it. You made my weekend! I started out by thinking about a story called \"What They Carried.\" That story was about all the things the guys in this platoon, I guess, carried in their packs in Vietnam. In talking about what they carried with them, it told you a lot about each person, how they were coping, etc. At the same time I was also thinking about Sirius, and how he said he survived Azkaban by thinking about his innocence, which was not a happy thought, so they couldn\'t take it away from him. Like Sirius, the only thing Hagrid carried into Azkaban was the stuff in his head, and I tried to figure out what that was. I had to do a lot of re-writing on it, and it was rejected once for punctuation, so it was not just \"Write it down and send it in...\" Thanks for reading and responding!
OMG. This is so beautiful. I have tears in my eyes now (bad news since I am at the school library at the moment and its crowded). It is such a beautifully written poem.
Author's Response: Lol, I hate when I start laughing or crying at fanfiction when others are around, but you do get some interesting looks. Thanks!
Yeah. Its back! Thank you so much Wonderful! I love this story so much.
When will you update already! Its been ages!
Hey, I clicked on the link to Chapter 3, and I couldn't get access because it wasn't vaildated. What is going on and why are others able to read that chapter when I can't?
Author's Response: I don\'t think anyone had read chap 3, it\'s not validated yet on my account, so don\'t worry it should be coming soon.
This is probably one of the best fics I have ever read.
I loved how you started it off with a letter about a painting and then have it blend into a flashback that goes deeper into the story. How you not reveal the identity of the person who wrote the letter definitely added a lot of mystery. It was a great beginning for a story.
The character of Helen really intrigued me. I loved how you addressed how she is related to Hegla Hufflepuff without directly implying it. She sounds like a very sweet and beautiful character, yet have her whole life steeped in tragedy. Helen sounds like the perfect tragic heroine. The ending really resolved her need to finally be in Hogwarts.
I would also like to address the point of view. I thought it was interesting to read this story that is told through the eyes of the artist painting the portrait. I’ve only read stories about the subjects of the paintings, so I found it refreshing to read something associated with art and told through the view point of a very devout painter.
And so ends my little review.
Author's Response: Thank you for the compliments, I wanted this fic to both stand alone while still tying into the wizarding world so it is nice to know that all my threads fell in place. Helen really was the beginning to this entire piece, everything was designed around her, even though I realized she would never work as the narrator. I have to confess that with most art, I find the artist more interesting than the subject. The art is good, but theirs is the hand that created such beauty. It seems like a very powerful thing. Anyway, thank you for the review and I hope I answered your questions with all of my rambles.
I love this story and I want to know when you are going to update.
Author's Response: I have actually put the 3rd chappie into the que! I\'m so happy! *does dance*
Hi, great story and everything, but I don't think your allowed to have a banner displayed alongside your story. You can have it on your profile, but you can't submitt a banner in your summary!
Hi! I really want to tell you that I loved this fic. It is so sad! I loved the way you captured everyones emotions and the imagery that you used. Can you please write a sequel about Ginny's baby?
Author's Response: Thank you for your lovely review! I\'m trying to write the sequel, but exams are about to start, so there may be some delay. Thanks
OMG! I felt like I wanted to cry. Even though I never read anything about Amaryllis, I couldn't help but sympathize her. Poor Remus!
Author's Response: Like I said, it\'s absolutely amazing to have this effect on readers. Thank you/
I think this is a great piece of writting. I loved how you described the dream and the intense mood that was set in in the later parts.
Author's Response: Thank you! That\'s really what I was going for since the Chamber of Secrets and the plotline that goes with is really frightening and intense, so I wanted to show that foreshadowing. I really appreciate the review!! ~GG
Goodness, MadMuggle! I see there is no reviews here. Let me make you feel better by telling you that your story absolutley rocks! I love this story and feel very honored to have a story dedicated to me (because it has never happened to me before).
Author's Response: Thanks! It seemed only fitting to dedicate it to you as I wrote it for you.
Dude, this is like 300 times better than my story. I loved the way you portrayed the Hallows. Just the mood that was set made this a chilling read.
Author's Response: thanks so much! I was definetely going for that chilling effect. But I loved your story as well! I think that in this case, honestly, the two are so different in type it\'s difficult to compare, however. Thanks for the review!
Hey, I thought this was really well done. I didn't recognize the Signs reference because I've never seen that movie before.
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'m glad you liked it. And Signs is a pretty good movie; it borders on being hokey at times, but it\'s got some good scenes. ^_^ Thanks for reviewing!
I loved this story. Will you write a sequel to this story? I would love to read it.
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'m glad you liked it. I have written a sequel to the story, but it\'s still with my beta. I will post it as soon as I get it back, though. :) Thanks for reviewing!