Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter.
So, this is my profile. I'll have fun with this :)
Quidditch Is Cooler Than You. Basically made it up between the span of 5 to 10 seconds. (I might change it.)
Canadians don't fear the cold. The cold fears the Canadians. Keep that in mind :)
Spelling errors bother me a bit. Just a weeeeeeeee bit. Can you feel the wrath? :)
Birthday: February 15, 1996
I love Harry Potter. Everything about it amazes me; the clever plot and the eloquent detail of every sentence and MORE. My favourites are the 3rd, 5th, and the 7th. The rest are still amazing.
I used to love Twilight. Oh man, I was obsessed. But, once I read Harry Potter and learned more about peer editing, I realized that Stephenie Meyer's writing is terrible and unbelievably repetitive. I give her credit for the Cullens. Yup, I don't give her credit for her plot. It's been done a million times, the Cullens are the only thing that make it interesting. (I LOVE Edward Cullen though. Does that make me a stupid idiot? Hehe. Redundant! No, I don't think so. Everyone is entitled to their opinions and I will not be one of those people who say "IF U HATE HP I HATE U. IF U HATE TWILIGHT I KILL YOU. YOU'RE STUPID FOR LIKING THE BAD GUY. YOU'RE STUPID FOR..." Ya know what I mean? K.)
I LOVE Stargirl. I found out from a bunch of my pals that they didn't particularly love the book. Their feedback on it was either, a) "It was cute," b) "Kinda boring," or c) "It was okay." I found the book simply fascinating and FREAKISHLY inspiring! It's a book about finding yourself. By simply erasing everything and trying to remember, but at the same time trying to forget.
I LOVELOVELOVE I Am The Messenger. I only recently read this amazing book because it was a Christmas gift from one of my bestest friends in the whole world. This book, is another life compelling book to me. It's answered one of my questions in life, therefore it's a favourite! :D
I have more books that I find marvelous but, these three make the it on my profile :)
I lash out with a pen in my hand and words prepared in my head.
I search with a book and read sentences by heart. Not by logic.
I am still waiting for my Prince. No, I am not searching. I simply sit down my comfy sofa, look out my window and think of my fairytale to be.
I have questions about things that I shouldn't be asking. I am too young to be thinking such things. But why do I have them?
I'm tied together with a smile.
I love my family.
I love my best friends.
I love myself. And I think that is the greatest goal I've ever achieved. I will not break down and cry (I have my moments) because I feel ugly, I won't, because I know my family, and closest friends, won't care.
I have won.
I also lost.
But which was greater?
What I've lost,
Or what I found?
I play the guitar. Oh, guitar. I love my guitar.
I listen to: Taylor Swift, Marianas Trench, Hedley, Owl City, and many more. But these are my main artists.
My favourite song at the moment: For The Nights I Can't Remember - Hedley
Music relate to me in a special manner. There aren't words on how to explain it. I'm sorry.
Boys and Love
They both make life exciting.
Love is not a choice, I think.
Once it hits you, you're hit.
Boys made the butterflies in your stomach happen, and made you giggle.
The next day you're invisible.
Once you think about them, you'll be confused as hell.
They also make life questioning.
What is love?
Why am I crying about him?
When am I ever going to experience love?
Does he ever think about me?
Can it last forever?
Does he love me too?
The Notebook, Titanic, and Peter Pan (2003, Jeremy Sumpter and Rachel Hurd- Wood).
1) The Notebook: I don't exactly know how to say it. I just LOVE this movie. It's every bit romantic and clearly shows how much love and affection they have for each other. It's a dream I'd like to become a reality.
2) Titanic: Exact same thing. It made me bawl. It's a shame they only got to know each other for such a short time. They were soul mates. I'm sure of it.
3) Peter Pan: I LOVE LOVE LOVE this movie. The ending is a bit upsetting and made me cry SO MUCH, but at the same time, it was a beautiful and cruel moment of realizing that not everything will meet and agree. Jeremy Sumpter was such a cutie. I wonder what he's doing now...
"Never, is an awfully long time," - Wendy Darling, Peter Pan
"To die, would be an awfully big adventure," - Peter Pan, Peter Pan
"To live, would be an awfully big adventure," - Peter Pan, Peter Pan