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I am a freshman creative writing major. I really love chocolate and watching black and white romance movies on a cold and/or rainy night/day. I am a major fan of Janette Oke books. Though, I read a whole lot of other stuff - obviously including Harry Potter.
One day I hope to be a writer myself, but I think that I will finish school before I do anything major in the feild. I use fan fiction writing as practice. Right now, I have five fanfics on this site.Read them please, if you haven't already. I've also got a few on fanfiction.net if you want to check them out too.

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Stories by CLY

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait by CLY

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: Post-Hogwarts; The war is over, and Harry won. This is a story that tells how Harry's life has changed since the defeat of Voldemort. Harry/Hermione paring. ~~~ Excerpt: Finally, the door to the ward opened and out walked a young man with dark rim glasses and black, messy hair. He was carefully carrying a pink bundle. He looked up at the assembled group donning a smile that expressed total joy. As the group gathered around, he held the baby out for everyone to see and said, I would like you all to meet Miss Marion Lily Potter. Marion, meet your family. He carefully handed the small bundle over to Remus Lupin, who smiled and took the baby from the young mans arms.

Lessons on Love by CLY

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 15 Reviews
Summary: Hermione's musings on the lessons that Harry has taught her about love. A/N: You all asked me to write Harry's POV, so I did. Chapter two is submitted.

Agape by CLY

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Just how powerful is love? Can Harry use it to defeat Voldemort? This has a little romance particularly at the end, and is kind of long for a one-shot. Please read though.

Last Will and Testament by CLY

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 36 Reviews
Summary: First his death. Now his will. Later his letters. Can anyone be happy after all this?