Author has written 4 stories for Phil Of The Future, and Harry Potter.
I'm too lazy to write anything about me... so yea
-I realize I haven't updated in like 5 years so I will. I'm going to start with The Game of Jealousy. I want to apoligize for taking so long and I hope I'm forgiven when I update.
The Game of Jealousy:
“Hermione, what’s wrong?” Ginny asked.
“It’s Ron again.”
“Not again! That’s it Hermione, we have to do something.” Ginny said rolling her eyes.
“What’s going on with you and Ron?” Lavender asked, her face giving away her growing interest.
“What do you mean by we Ginny?” Hermione inquired.
“Obviously you can’t handle the situation by yourself, so I’m going to help you.” Ginny explained. “Besides, when Ron needs a smack on the head, I like to be the one to deliver it.”
The Beaver, the Ferret, and the Egg:
“So Mudblood… looks like we have to spend lots of time together.” Draco said looking slightly disgusted.
“Yeah ferret, looks like we do. How do you want to split the responsibilities?” She asked.
“How about you take care of the baby, and I do nothing?”
“How ‘bout no!”
The Wish That Almost Ruined My Life:
“I know right! She was acting like a drama queen. She was crying and everything. At first I felt bad but then it just got annoying.” Phil replied. Owen shook his head up and down agreeing.
Keely didn’t hear anymore of the conversation. Hearing Phil say that made her feel like he had ripped her heart out, threw it on the ground, and stepped on it. She started to cry so she turned down the hall and ran. She ended up in the school's courtyard. It was empty except for a few picnic tables and a fountain. She sat down at the fountain and continued crying. Then she thought of something.
“I wish I had never met Phil Diffy! No, wait. I wish I had never met the Diffy’s!”
“I can’t believe this is happening!” Keely said. She was on the verge of tears. She had waited years to be in this contest and FINALLY, this year she was ready. Now this! “I mean, I didn’t know there was a people limit! What do we do now” she asked desperate for anything.
“There isn’t a people limit.” Pim said.
“How would you know?” Phil asked raising his eyebrows.
“For one thing, the guy wouldn’t let TWO extra people in? I found that very strange. Then there is the fact that I have read the rules of this contest VERY thoroughly and it didn’t say anything about a people limit at the try-outs. Someone paid him to keep me and Keely from entering.” Pim stated.
“Again, how would you know this?” Phil asked.
“Do you even know me anymore? I thrive in this business.”
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