Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
"To add a library to a house is to give that house a soul."
Hi, I'm a 19 year old, sophomore biology major, but writing is my passion. I want to become a published writer some day and I am fascinated with Harry Potter and Twilight. Right now I've only written one story, but I intend to begin writing again. Since I've been on here I've developed an addiction to fanfiction and have become interested in genres that I previously held no liking. I hope you enjoy what I've written and please leave feedback. I hope to grow as writer as well as add quality stories to the fanfiction universe.
Peace, love, and soul,
Raindancer08 ("Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about dancing in the rain." - Tiffany Wilson)
Truth, Justice, honor… none of that’s worth shit. What matters is people, and people aren’t honest, or just, or honorable. They’re petty, and they’re angry, and they’re afraid; and all anyone really wants, deep down, is to be wanted… And what’s truth to that? -- M. Clark
"I love you. Not the kind they taught you about and I didn't know this either but love doesn't make things nice. It breaks your heart. It makes things a mess. We aren't here to make things perfect. The snowflakes are perfect. The stars are perfect — not us. We are here to ruin ourselves and to break our hearts and love the wrong people and die. The storybooks are bullshit."
I have a suggestion that I think would help fight serious crime. Signs. There are lots of signs for minor infractions: No Smoking, Stay Off the Grass, Keep Out, and they seem to work fairly well. I think we should also have signs for major crimes: Murder Strictly Prohibited, NO Raping People, Thank You for Not Kidnapping Anyone. It's certainly worth a try. I'm convinced Watergate would never have happened if there had just been a sign in the Oval Office that said, Malfeasance of Office Is Strictly Against the Law, or Thank You for Not Undermining the Constitution.
— George Carlin
Sometimes I don’t think anyone notices me, even though they’re always watching. I feel like one of those little Russian dolls, a person inside of a person inside of a person. I feel like I’m wrapped in so many layers and that no one ever sees beneath the first one.
— Russian Dolls by Cari Marie