Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and Married Single Other.
Hey, I'm Kelda and I'm a bit fanatic about immense things. Somehow I can be addicted to several things at once. So I don't memorise all of the script as quickly as someone who is addicted to one thing, which is slightly annoying but here is my list: Twilight Saga (of course), (500) days of Summer, Harry Potter, Clannad, Kingdom Hearts, Married Single Other, Doctor Who and anything japanese :). I hope to write fanfictions for all of them but that's a bit too ambitious maybe. Anyway, enjoy reading! If you are fanatic about any of my list, good on you! If not shunnn the non-believer, ssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhuuuuunnnnnnnnnnu!
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I BELIEVE IN NARGLES!!
I'm British, but not related to the Queen. I do go to a Girl's Grammar School though and I am very fond of Rich Teas!
For those of you who watch itv, Married Single Other has now been put on this site as a category for FFs!! Please submit your own fictions for it!
Megaline Andrews lives for her books and her writing, especially when it cames to Harry Potter. Her parents often worry that her grades suffer from her fantasies and day dreams but she doesn't care, it's a part of who she is. One day in the summer she receives a letter from an owl and refuses to believe it. Hogwarts is real and they want her. But she has one more letter than ever mentioned in the books, the third letter, in which she discovers a quiet life at her dream school is impossible, especially since Lockhart appears to have written half the booklist...
I first thought of this idea when I was 10, counting down the days to the summer holidays after my eleventh birthday, I'm still certain my letter got lost in the post. Around 12 or 13 I wrote up 4 chapters for an english assessment and got an A*. But I was 12/13, I look back at it now and have to stab myself for being such a terrible writer. So, under my own steam, I rewrote maybe 2 chapters, determined to stop there. I scrapped almost everything, about the only things kept were Meg's name and her mission from Dumbledore. Proud of my achievements I showed my friend on the bus, who, at that time, I didn't know was obsessed with HP. She went ballistic and forced me to write more. So, under forced labour, every night I sit with my laptop and write until I literally fall asleep. I thought Autumn (nick name, namesake for Clara Autumn) was the only reason I was writing such crud every night but it's really Meg who pushes me to type more and more every night. She's going to have me write her version of all 7 books if I'm not careful! Anyway, I update twice a week, so be on the look out.
I get asked this quite often and usually I say 'it just came to me' or something along those lines. But, recently, one of my best friends asked and I tried to find out, having no clue since I have been writing this since I was 10. So I found out: The time I had to finalise the name we were reading 'Coraline' in school, which inspired me to think of an ordinary name and make it a bit different. Also, the character had originally been 'me' (isn't anymore, Meg's so different to me) so I wanted to incorporate that. And of course, 'and it would have worked if it wasn't for those medd'lin' kids' - Scooby Doo! I definitely remember the whole 'Coraline' thought process but I might have over-thought the others...oh well.
Now You're Gone
Lillie was given 6 months to live, but she didn't expect the last day to come around so soon, especially not the night after her wedding...now she's stuck in the afterlife with Lottie for company, both missing their families, and their families miss them.
This is actually a Fanfiction crossover of Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin and Married Single Other (itv series), it evolved out of a dream I had, in which...I can't actually remember now...I never remember my dreams.
PS: I have a strange habit of lining up repeated phrases when I write, it happens mostly in Science when we write notes through dictation (old english method of teaching, teacher says word, we write it down, annoys the hell out of me), I look back at my work and find all the 'limestone's are perfectly lined up, one on top of another. So don't be surprised if that shows in my typing. My handwriting must be exactly the right size.