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.
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This is great! Will you please update ASAP? I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: Unfortunately, I\'m still writing the third chapter, but I\'m hoping to get it posted sometime next week after padfootsgirl1981 gets done with it. I\'m really glad you liked it! Thanks for reviewing!
Lurid of Ravenclaw House, for the Mythology Challenge. Indian Mythology.
First off, let me tell you that I am not going to nitpick your story. However, I am going to tell you how much I loved it. This is such a beautiful and heartbreaking tale and I thought that the characters and the situations were very realistic. You used the sadness without making it too melodramatic. It felt like you were experiencing the emotions of Padma. I thought it was interesting how you characterized Yama to be a rather humane and rational person despite the fact that he is a god.
Also, I really enjoyed how you incorporated Hindu culture to make it a very important part without making it sound like a page out of a history textbook. The way you did it was so subtle and in a way that flowed with the story. Not a lot of people can do that.
I can also see why you titled your story “Dreams of a Fallen Lotus Petal” since you used the lotus as a symbol of the two girls and the fallen part as being Parvati.
Overall, this story is extremely beautiful and sad to read.
Author's Response: Oh, thank you! I\'m really worried that this story does seem a little forced, because it took so much energy and thought to write - it didn\'t come easily. But your praise makes it seem like it was so much more simple!
'Allo once again, and I would like to say that this is a very good fic.
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'m glad you liked it.
Wow, this is such a sad and touching story. I just had to review this and to let you know of a historical error. When you wrote "When the pioneers sent the Native Americans to reservoirs" don't you mean "reservations"?
Author's Response: yeah, i guess after two people noticing its time i correct that
Author's Response: thank you!