I don't know why you are here, anyway, but if you must, proceed.
Most of what I write are one shots for challenges. I might try again at an on going story.
I love to read and write fictional stories. (You could have guessed that!)
A few things about Me(As if you care!):
Country I live in: U.S.A.
Favorite color: Yep
Favorite beverage: Apple Juice
Favorite Subject: Drama
Favorite number: 1842
Summary: A poem from the point of view of an Azkaban prisoner.
Summary: Clarice Johnson was just a normal teenage girl. One small mistake of hers changed her life. Through the troubles of love, Clarice got what she wanted, but it never lasted. This is for Challenge Five: Revenge by HermyRox12 of Ravenclaw House.
Summary: Summary: Nubila Eileen Snape always knew she had a way with the clouds. She tells her life story, and it is hard to disagree with her. See how the sister of the well-known Severus Snape lives her life. This is for the June/July Monthly challenge number one, Autobiography, by HermyRox12 of Ravenclaw House. Thanks to Cruciatis Love for Beta-ing this chapter.
Summary: Gauntlet Challenge Submission by HermyRox12 of Ravenclaw House. Fred is invited to a strange maze held at Hogwarts. Curiously, he decides to join. See how Fred handles his challenges throughout the maze!
Summary: Summary: Over the Holidays, Arilina Zeller finds something that will teach her a lesson about receiving things from Fred and George. I am writing for the Weasley’s Wizarding Wheezes challenge. I’m in Ravenclaw house.
Summary: This is for the second Poetry Challenge. I'm from Ravenclaw House. Neville was a reject, but in the end he was a hero.
Summary: This is for the extra credit challenge, Spring Fever. I’m from Ravenclaw house. Ginny has a problem, and her favorite teacher helps her sort it out.
Summary: This is for the second challenge of the Spring Challenges: "An optimist is the human personification of Spring." I'm from Ravenclaw House. Professor Binns is a ghost, and none of us really know what is going through his head. This takes place in Harry’s third year. Everyone thinks he is boring, but deep down inside; he is an optimist if you ever knew one.
Summary: A poem about what the books are. It was originally going to have a part for each year, but none of them compared with the first, so I'm going to leave it as it is.