Author has written 6 stories for Harry Potter, and Gilmore Girls.
Liebe meine schöne Leserinnen und Leser,
The other day I was very excited because I could finally get onto Pottermore. I have subsequently finished the Philosopher's Stone, and eagerly await Chamber of Secrets. My username in there is Crimson Mahogany5275, and I got sorted into Slytherin. Add me as a friend if you want, I like talking to other fans :)
About a year ago, I started to write in a journal. It has been very successful thus far, unlike the many other attempts over the past almost-two-decades, but there has been one noticeable downfall to those who enjoy my writing. NOBODY GETS TO READ IT ANYMORE! I seem to have run into a brick wall with my writing of The One He Lived For in the regard that I have at least 4 more chapters written but not typed, and a mental block as to the actual writing of it, I'm up to Gin's wedding and it's just not coming! Eh. I'll get there. I also have a million story plans written up, but again, they aren't writing themselves.
So yes. I'm sorry about the extreme delay. I'll try and do better. Just don't hold your breath, ok? Ok.
I have some new quotes.
"Painting is just like keeping a diary" - Picasso
"I have tried to know absolutely nothing about a great many things and have succeeded quite well" - Robert Benchley
"An artist is someone who produces things that people don't need to have" - Andy Warhol
"I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I'm saying" - Oscar Wilde
"I have nothing to declare except my genius" - Oscar Wilde I actually did a painting of me and a friend, who is a very talented artist, and she is 'saying' that quote
"I like persons better than principals, and I like persons without principals better that anything else in the world" - Oscar Wilde
"I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train." - Oscar Wilde This one's my favourite 'cause it's true
And that's all for now :) I've always enjoyed Oscar Wilde, yet have read only one of his novels and many, many pages of online quotes. I am sad to say that the fascination began on the un-encyclopaedia, when they quoted him and I thought that it couldn't possibly be correct. I forget the quote, but I do remember that it was in fact, correctly quoted. It was most educational.
Enough of this inane rambling, don't forget to review stories (in particular mine), and enjoy the creativity of others.