Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter, and Twilight.
Ok, I feel like complete crap doing this but I'm placing two of my fanfics "Green" and "Heart Shaped Glasses" on hiatus.
I'm not doing this b/c of a lack of reviews or b/c I no longer have any interest in finishing them, or anything like that. I'm doing it b/c, as backwards as it may sound, my readers deserve better, like fanfics that are updated regularly. That, and I hate being the type of author that NEVER updates, it really upsets me to know I'm doing such a poor job of fulfilling my commitment to my readers. So until further notice I will not be updating. I plan to finish these fanfics (or have only a handful of chapters left to write) before I start posting again, and the same will apply for any future fanfics of mine.
Hopefully this will make me a better author in the end, and I am truly sorry for those of you that read my stories, I promise this is a one time thing.
And thank all of you for your continued interest in my work, hopefully I won't lose too many readers with my decision.
Here's a couple of my favorite quotes from my favorite books (big surprise one's from Harry Potter and the other is Twilight lol)
- 'I am not worried, Harry,' said Dumbledore, his voice a little stronger despite the freezing water. 'I am with you.' - HBP
- "Can I tell you waht the worst part is? "he asked hesitantly when I said nothing. "Do you mind? I am going to be good."
"Will it help?" I whispered.
"It might. It couldn't hurt."
"What's the worst part, then?"
"The worst part is knowing what would have been."
"What might have been." I sighed.
"No." Jacob shook his head. "I'm exactly right for you, Bella. It would have been effortless for us - comfortable, easy as breathing. I was the natural path your life would have taken..." He stared into space for a moment, and I waited. "If the world was the way it was supposed to be, if the there were no monsters and no magic..."
I could see what he saw, and I knew that he was right. If the world was the sane place it was supposed to be, Jacob and I would have been together. And we would have been happy. He was my soul mate in that world - would have been my soul mate still if his claim had not been overshadowed by something stronger, something so strong that it could not exist in a rational world.
Was it out there for Jacob, too? Something that would trump a soul mate? I had to believe that it was.
Two futures, two soul mates...too much for any one person. And so unfair that I wouldn't be the only one to pay for it. Jacob's pain seemed too high a price. Cringing at the thought of that price, I wondered if I would have wavered, if I hadn't lost Edward once. If I didn't know what it was like to live without him. I wasn't sure. That knowledge was so deep a part of me, I couldn't imagine how I would feel without it.
"He's like a drug for you, Bella." His voice was still gentle, not at all critical. "I see that you can't live without him now. It's too late . But I would have been healthier for you. Not a drug; I would have been the air, the sun."
The corner of my mouth turned up in a wistful half smile. "I used to think of you that way, you know. Like the sun. My personal sun. You balanced out the clouds nicely for me."
He sighed. "The clouds I can handle. But I can't fight with an eclipse." - Eclipse
Ok...I get that the Twilight one isn't so much a quote as much as it is half the book...oh well, I still love it.