Hi :) I'm Eva. When not writing AU fanfiction, I like reading, performing, fashion, film, speaking Spanish, playing the gutair, misspelling 'guitar', and lurking around the Internet.
I solemnly swear:
-My “Harry’s sibling” will not fall in love with Draco Malfoy.
-She is not the epicenter of a prophecy.
-She will never be referred to as “The Girl Who Lived”.
-She will not become privy to any canon information (i.e. Snape’s affection for Lily) before Harry.
- Her story will not be merely a retelling of Harry’s.
-The fact that this is a “Harry’s sibling” story will not result in any other major canon discrepancies.
-My “Harry’s sibling” is a three-dimensional character with strengths, flaws, and goals. She has legitimate emotions and a purpose for existing. Her voice is unique and realistic. She has her own story, and it will be told in a manner very different from Harry’s.
Oh my gosh! I think I know who Clarity is! But I won't say... just keep writing so I can find out!
Hilarious... folks beating up eskimos. Very clever.
Author's Response: LOL! It was fun to write. Glad you liked it!
That was so funny! I was laughing the whoile time, thinking of Harry's kids attacking the "Dak Lord"... I wonder what he would say... Great story!
This was a very nice poem. it wa the title that drew me in... when there are poems or even stories about Lily most of them talk about her eyes, and so I though this was interesting. Nice work.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
This is a collection of related one-shots about confusion over Muggle objects. An excerpt from the first chapter, A Contraceptive Controversy:
James Potter was quite brilliant, or at least he’d like to think so. He had some of the best grades in the sixth year- they would probably be the best if he did his homework regularly. The Marauder’s Map had been his idea- even if he wasn’t brilliant, the Map certainly was. He was also an animagus. An (illegal) animagus at sixteen was something brilliant indeed.
So if he was so brilliant, then why was he incapable of identifying the object before him?
It’s not like it was particularly complex: all it was was a little piece of rubber, really. There’s nothing complicated about that, is there? No, not at all.
Brilliant! I realized what it was about halfway through, and nearly fell off my chair laughing. Where one earth did he find it, though?