Author has written 5 stories for Sweeney Todd, and Harry Potter.
"We could have a life us two, maybe not like I dreamed, maybe not like you remember, but we could get by."
- Mrs Lovett, Sweeney Todd.
A proud Helenist.
And yet appropriate as always.
Tell me my dear, can a heart still break once it's stopped beating?
Incase you haven't noticed I am a big fan of all things Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter and of course, Mr Tim Burton himself. These three aren't mere humans, they are gods. Seriously, they are wonderful people and great rolemodels. My goal in life is to meet Johnny and Helena and maybe even appear in a movie directed by Tim with the pair of them in it. However, the chances of this are very slim as I am just a normal 16 year old girl with brown hair and eyes and being fairly short I am nothing extra ordinary. If this was to happen though, I would die a happy girl. My two favourite couples would have to be Sweenett (Sweeney Todd and Nellie Lovett) and Sweentrix (Sweeney Todd and Bellatrix Lestrange). However, I must admit Tom/Bellatrix is growing on me... Still don't like Voldemort/Bellatrix though. Well, I think this is all you really need to know about me at this moment in time oh and remember Johnny Christopher Depp and Jensen Ackles live in my cupboard. Savvy?
His last, best lieutenant.
Bellatrix Lestrange, my all time favourite fictional character. What can I say? I absolutely adore her. Maybe it's because of the love and dedication she has to a man who is unable to return the feelings, maybe it's because she reminds me alot of myself and maybe it's a mixture of the two. The first time I read the Harry Potter books the woman scared me to death. I would have nightmares about the chick, no joke, but then I grew up, got older and wiser and realised just how awesome she really is. Sure I love Mrs Lovett, Sweeney and Snape but they are nothing compaired to Bella. So my friends have pointed out many times I don't think a day has gone by in which I haven't mentioned the woman which is why most of my fanfic's these days will revolve or have something to do with Bellatrix. There is definitely a one sided relationship going on between Bellatrix and Voldemort whether he likes it or not but personally, I think Bellamort is a bit too far fetched. Don't get me wrong, I love the idea that what Voldemort felt for Bella was the closet thing to love he was capable of but I personally don't think he would ever act on these emotions, simply leaving them bottled up inside ignoring them. She is seriously under appreciated and people seem to dismiss her as the crazy Death Eater she is. I can't think of anyone who could have played the role of Bellatrix as well as Helena did. She perfected her and only makes me love Bella that much more. I could write much more on my dear Bella but I doubt any of you will read this as it is so I shant make Bellatrix's section any longer, instead I will leave you with four words that can pretty much sum up nearly everything I have just written on Bellatrix: Screw you Molly Weasley!
If I were to tell you the amount of times I have told a substitue teacher, or, well, any one else who wanted to write my name down because I was doing something I shouldn't have you wouldn't believe me. If I don't want them to have my real name I go by Hellie Carter which, one would think that one day someone will make the connection between 'Hellie Carter' and Helena Bonham Carter, considering her photos cover my folder. Our class role for a substitue usually has the names Hellie Carter, John Dee and Timmy Burt. By now everyone in my class is used to mine, Joel's and Brandon's names being called out by our alias... A mark of how awesome my class is. For the record my real name is Jessica... Nowhere close to Hellie Carter, still, Hellie sounds much awesomer than Jessica.
For Whom It May Concern:
Upon the death of one Bellatrix Black Lestrange, nary a soul of the Wizarding World shall take to the streets in demonstration of their mourning. Instead, she shall pass – like so many bad memories disguised as dreams through the night – in silence. It shall be the ultimate parting insult to the girl who always believed she would go down in nothing short of flames. Still, she will laugh; that final breath will catch in her throat, a stillborn hiccup, a good-bye.
"What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again."
- Katniss Everdeen, The Hunger Games.