Hello, and welcome to my author's page!
I'm a seventeen-year-old Potter fan(atic...), and have been a member of MNFF for the past four months. I currently have three stories up in the archives, and have plans for many more!
My stories are:
The Only Goodbye: A memorial to Colin Creevey. How will his family cope in the aftermath of the final battle?
A Lesson in Love: Ron learns something about the nature of his relationship with Hermione that will force him to grow up just a little more!
Dementor's Kiss: The story of a Dementor who hadn't completely forgotten its former life.
The Seven Years' War: The story of the rivalry between Lily and James. Just what was it that kept them at each others' throats for so long?
Chapter Two: Second Year is now in the queue!
I can't tell you how much fun MNFF is: if you are already a member, then you will already know, and if you aren't but love Harry Potter then join today! :) What I love about this site is that everyone here is here for a common purpose; to share our love of the written word! Everyone is super-friendly and willing to help you out, so I just want to say I love you guys!
Well, I think that's enough about me (or things that are vaguely related to me) for now! Thanks for reading, and if you feel like taking a look at any of my stories (hint hint...) please do so! I love to read any reviews or feedback on my work, so feel free to leave me your thoughts!
Or do they?
Could a person kissed by a Dementor retain even just a fragment of their soul?
Well, those are some of the questions I set out to try and answer!Follow Lily and James (or Evans and Potter as they like to call each other) through their seven years at Hogwarts; one chapter per year, and maybe we'll find the answers to some of these questions.
He could remember forcing his way through the mass of bodies, fighting through the crowd to reach his brother who lay, eyes closed, in the centre of the hall.
He remembered the restraining arms and the disjointed phrases such as "Colin" and "dead" and "sorry", all of which were meaningless, as all Dennis wanted to do was wake his brother and feel safe and happy again.