Hey everyone! :)
I'm not sure if you remember me or not (more than likely you have stumbled upon one of my fics and ended up here), but I have been a member of MNFF for about three years now, and slightly unactive this past year. eeek!
Today, however, I had an epiphany and realized how much I missed writing and decided to pop on over here and check out the old site. hee hee (old habits are hard to break).
Anyways, I feel terrible that I haven't been able to finish my stories, especially TFY. I'm going to try and a couple of chapters this summer so keep checking for updates. Hopefully I'll see you all around the boards once and a while! :D
Summary: Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his seventh year. With Quidditch, NEWT's, and a pompous new Transfiguration teacher this year is certainly not going to be dull! Mix in some Marauders, a couple jokes, and a bunch of good friends and this will be Harry's best year yet!
Nominated for QSQ'a Best General Fic. Thank you!
Summary: James Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew. Known throughout their later school years as the Marauders. Notorious for pranking even the most proper professors and popular students. Friends until the end.
But when a conflict arises during third year, will the boys be able to put aside their feelings and remain friends?
This is the events that followed the Gryffindor Quidditch try-outs of 1973.
This is ginnygirl16 from Slytherin writing my final for the MWPP: The Truth Revealed class.
Summary: When an eleven-year old girl starts making strange things happen she goes to the only person she can think of...Hermione Granger.
I am ginnygirl16 of Slytherin and this is my final for the Being British class
Summary: Peter Pettigrew was always the misunderstood one. He was never talented on the Quidditch pitch like James. He couldn't woo the girls like Sirius. Nor, was he the well-liked Prefect and sometimes soft-spoken Remus. So how did he fit into this famous group of boys? Was he just the wimpy kid who just sort of tagged along behind them? No, he was not. So what was he?