Hi :) I'm Eva. When not writing AU fanfiction, I like reading, performing, fashion, film, speaking Spanish, playing the gutair, misspelling 'guitar', and lurking around the Internet.
I solemnly swear:
-My “Harry’s sibling” will not fall in love with Draco Malfoy.
-She is not the epicenter of a prophecy.
-She will never be referred to as “The Girl Who Lived”.
-She will not become privy to any canon information (i.e. Snape’s affection for Lily) before Harry.
- Her story will not be merely a retelling of Harry’s.
-The fact that this is a “Harry’s sibling” story will not result in any other major canon discrepancies.
-My “Harry’s sibling” is a three-dimensional character with strengths, flaws, and goals. She has legitimate emotions and a purpose for existing. Her voice is unique and realistic. She has her own story, and it will be told in a manner very different from Harry’s.
Summary: It's Harry Potter's first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But his little sister, Kata Potter, still has a year to go. She's still in Little Whinging. And nothing is the same. Her brother is gone, her friends have changed, and she's been told to trust no one. All Kata has left is an assignment from her teacher: find and catalog the twenty things that make her world go 'round. Maybe Kata's too young for the magic, but she's going to have her own adventures... adventures that will take her from Little Whinging to London, a police station, the back of a train, a stage with a bright light... and maybe even to Hogwarts itself.
Twenty Things is a story about finding yourself, your friends, your secrets, and your past, and hacking it all into some sort of future.
Summary: Ginny stands with her family, looking at her brother Fred...dead. She knows that some things have just changed completely.
Summary: We all make choices. It's just a part of life. But what if you were making the choice that could cost you your life? What if you had to choose between fighting for Harry, or fighting for Voldemort? While I know that none of us have to make that particular choice, we still do make life-altering decisions. This is a poem about making choices, and running your own life.
Summary: A poem for Harry and Ginny, the ship that wouldn't give up. Takes place from their first kiss, to after the war.