The Life and Times of Bartimus Crouch (Jr.)
Introduction (disclaimers, explanations, and the words)
And the madness begins. I was surfing round the internet (as you do) and came across a LiveJournal community called 100quills giving out 100 and 50 word challenges. I was interested in doing one, but have no livejournal, so contacted them to ask if I could nick one of there word lists and do it unofficially.
So this is UNOFFICIALLY written for the 100quills fifty word prompt. Do NOT use these words without contacting them first, especially if you have a livejournal, as that would be rather rude.
So, there are fifty words and I have to write a story for each of them. All stories will be about Barty Crouch, attempting to cover all of the main sections of his life; childhood, school, Death Eater, Imperio and Goblet of Fire.
Disclaimer The characters and situations in the following story collection do not belong to me, they are the property of J.K Rowling and Warner Bros. No money is made from this and no copyright infringement is intended. There will not be a disclaimer on every page, just one here.
Rating: This story is about Barty Crouch. Barty Crouch joins the Death Eaters, a group of people who go around murdering other people. Which means there will be dark moments. Also in my universe, Barty Crouch is having an affair with Bellatrix Lestrange, so there may be some slightly sexual themes (although not many because, meh, can't stand romance). I will put a warning before each story, so if you want to miss any out that's fine. They don't flow on from each other.
Reviews: I AM A REVIEW JUNKIE. Even just writing just one or two words 'good' 'bad' 'this is awful' can help me to see what works and what doesn't. I'm not asking for a thoughtful and understanding critical analysis essay (although if you want to, go for it :-)
Just two or three words. Makes my day. In return I will not put little review-begging letters at the end of each story. Just one big one here.
Words: So without further ado, here they are. Written mostly for my benefit, so I don't forget the numbers. Fifty words for fifty stories…