Penname: chattyswimmer [Contact]
Real name: anna
Member Since: 03/17/10
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I love sports, ice cream, nutella, and J.K. Rowling. Without any of the above, I don't think I could function properly :). I am an addict to fan fiction, almost to a fault...my favorite stories to read are romances, preferably with James and Lily....something about them, just gets me every time. I don't like AUs or dark fics, they usually confuse or depress me, but basically, any fiction that is well written appeals to me
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Stories by chattyswimmer

Summary: A young Moaning Myrtle whines about all her complaints and injustices. It's a story from her perspective about her first few weeks at Hogwarts. It will either make you hate or pity Myrtle.




Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 1887 Chapters: 1 Completed: No
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05/24/10 Updated: 05/24/10


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