I love: chocolate, peeps, figure skating, Harry Potter(no, really?), Shakespeare, cameras, sketchbooks, laptop computors, winter, the color blue, shoes, canon pairings(especially Rose/Scorpius, Harry/Ginny, and Andromeda/Ted), reading anything about the Dursleys.......
I hate: the month of May,(my ice rink is redoing its ice, so I can't skate; homework is piling mile-high,....you get the idea) missing commas, social studies classes in all shapes and sizes, staying up really late to finish essays for said classes, when I can't get on a home computer because my siblings are using both of them, trying and failing to correctly punctuate dialogue........
the Prologue of Her World is up! People, please reveiw. I need feedback.
*faints because she just saw the read count for Her World has topped 400, and To Be Second is past 300*
The next chapter of Her World is in progress, and will be submited soon. (It is NOT going to be abandoned)
Shattered Universe, a short one-shot I wrote about Rufus Scrimgeor, is now posted! *feels all happy inside at having got something in on the first try*
Summary: A poem about the despair of the people who opposed Voldemort in the seventh book.
Summary: After the war, Draco must be pretty depressed, I should think.
Summary: You spent your life preparing for the worst, and you thought you were ready.
But the worst has come. The worst is here. You know you aren’t ready. You aren’t even close to ready.
The Character Death tag is just implied, not actually during the fic.
Disclaimer: I. Do. Not. Own. Harry. Potter.
Summary: Iris Dursley is your average eleven-year old. Except her father won't tell her anything about his childhood. Except for the fact that she turned out the lights without touching them.
One day, her father sees a name on her class list, and the whole story comes out. What will happen when Iris enters the Wizarding World?
Disclaimer: I am about as likely to own Harry Potter in the next century as I am likely to own a house on Pluto. (in other words, not remotely likely.)
Summary: Lidiya Shale, Minister of Magic, resents Harry Potter for beating her to the title of most influencial person in the wizarding world.
Disclaimer: I am not and never will be J. K. Rowling, so I have come to the conclusion that I must not own Harry Potter.
The DH spoilers are very, very, mild.