Hey! I, like a lot of writers, love writing fanfiction! I don't really know what else I can say in this short Bio (well, it's not that short anymore), so... Enjoy! Oh and, I truly believe Ron and Hermione should get together. Same with Harry and Ginny.
Oh, and for those who care (I doubt you do, but oh well!) My favorite authors are: J.K. Rowling, Eoin Colfer, Agatha Christie, Lemony Snicket, and J.R.R. Tolkein.
Favorite Books: Harry Potter (well, DUH!), the Artemis Fowl series, The Supernaturalist, The Wish List, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, They do it With Mirrors, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and The Hobbit.
Note: I didn't include all the manga (Japanese comic) titles because I fear that the list would be quite extensive.
I probably have more favorites, but seeing as you're probably asleep, drooling on your keyboard right now, I'll give it a rest.
Anyway, enjoy the work I've submitted! I look forwards to receiving your reviews!
Congratulations on making Gryffindor!
Basically, you're brave, daring, chivalrous, and pretty much.. an all around good person. Of course, some see you as a goodie-two-shoes. But hey, it's true! You're really good at winning, and normally always come out as the hero. Everybody likes you.. except, maybe, the Slytherins. You're too perfect. No, really.. You're too perfect. It's annoying to watch you win, repeatedly. Oh well. Be proud anyway.
You're a Cello! You have the most sonorous and
soothing sound of all the instruments, and your
personality reflects this. You're probably also
pretty generous and caring, too, if a bit shy.
People like you though, and with good reason!
Go grab a cello if you haven't already... and
don't get the violinists get to you when they
point out that the cello's full name is
Which orchestral string instrument are you?
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1st-2nd Years • 12 Reviews
Hey! It's me again with another one of my poems! This time, it's a poem about Umbridge from Harry's point of view. Enjoy!
1st-2nd Years • 10 Reviews
This isn't some long winded story about the Grim. It is actually a poem I wrote. I couldn't think of any good storylines, so I decided to put my way with words to good use and whip up a little something. If you can, leave a review... Please?
1st-2nd Years • 7 Reviews
The night before a Quidditch practise that will most likely take place in the bitter cold of winter, Ron is thinking. Thinking, about what happened last June. Thinking about the Department of Mysteries... *Read and Review Please!*