Hi there! I would just happen to be named Liz. I'm your average high school student from Texas, obsessed with most things esoteric and British and sci-fi/fantasy. Explains the Harry Potter and Doctor Who fangirlism, yes?
About me, et cet: Love the twins and Marauders, canon ships but I'll read anything, and while I am beta-accredited, I really just don't have time what with high school and whatnot. I know I've not been around for a long time, but what with Deathly Hallows and Movie 5, I think the ol' inspiration will kick in once again.
The Prongs Complex really is, now I think about it, a stand-alone work, and I'm not planning on any other sequels/prequels. Sorry, everyone.
Reviews are nice, if you're in that sort of a mood. I know that often one isn't, but they are cheery sorts of things.
Summary: "As some great nobody once said, ignorance is bliss. And it was, because Sirius Black had enough troubles, thank-you-very-much."
Existence is dairy products and skimming the newspaper. And Sirius needs a job. Life in the summer of 1979.
Summary: With his life destroyed at home, he crossed the globe to find a new one. But when his new life comes crashing down, he'll move mountains to put it back together. And maybe, in the process, he'll fix his old life, as well.
Gauntlet challenge submission by cherryandphoenixfeather of Hufflepuff House.
Summary: A young boy knows that he is different from his family. However, he does not understand why.
Since he is young, naive, and is selfish as all young children are, he assumes that what he does not understand is not important.
Summary: "He sat on a flat rock, gazing at the reflection of the moon in the lake. He supposed it was typical of him, to look at the shine of the image instead of the real thing."
A younger brother reflects on separation and betrayal.
Summary: It wasn't how things were supposed to be. He wasn't supposed to be alone.
By following the light in the distance, maybe he can make things all right again. Maybe he can bring him back.
Gauntlet Challenge submission by cherryandphoenixfeather of Hufflepuff house. First place.
Summary: "He never did anything hastily anymore. He had been hasty in his youth, and now all he had to show for it was an empty heart and an empty cabin."
Written by cherryandphoenixfeather of Hufflepuff for the May Monthly Challege #1--Pilgrimage.
Summary: All his life, Remus has known one thing: Love is not his friend. Love is the enemy for someone like him, which is why he denies it to himself. However, that denial could prove fatal as he and the woman he loves are sent on a mission that risks everything.
A/N: Rated 6th-7th years for later chapters (violence, mostly, but concepts that kids can't comprehend, like noble sacrifice and possibly some sexual content).
Summary: The morning after full moon, Remus wakes up with a killer headache, quite a few scratches, and some very loud visitors.---This story was inspired by some fanart that I saw on the Internet--it's just a one-shot, but good for a quick laugh! 3rd-5th for mild language...
Summary: James finally asks Lily out. The problem is, he chose a roundabout way of getting to her. Plus, he stands a high risk of breaking his neck in the process. Told from Remus Lupin's POV. Rated 3rd-5th years for slight language and mild innuendo on James's part. One-shot.
A/N: Quick note to all: I am sorry, but there are no plans for a sequel for PC. I hate to disappoint you all, but I feel that the story is better standing alone, leaving the rest to your imaginations.