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Author has written 29 stories for Twilight, Alice in Wonderland, Drood, Fairy Tales, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Chronicles of Narnia, Parodies and Spoofs, Phantom of the Opera, X-overs, True Blood, Pride and Prejudice, and Moulin Rouge.
A Note: If I actually like your story or the idea behind it, I will be completely honest with you about spelling mistakes and grammar errors. I am sorry if I seem rude, but I never mean to start flames--so, if you don't like what I've said, just message me calmly asking what I meant and why I said it, and you'll find out that I was just trying to help.
Also, if you leave a negative review anonymously, I will delete it, because usually it will be full of spelling errors which just annoy me to no end. If you think my story sucks balls, don't just say 'Omg ur story sux ballz ur so gay and retarded'. Use your real username, and calmly inform me that you dislike my story, plainly stating the reasons.
Harry Potter is over guys.
Harry Potter, after seeing Malfoy's naked form in the moonlight, has realized that his bisexuality was actually the manifestation of his own insecurity, and has henceforth realized that he is totally straight.
Harry Potter is over, guys.
I am addressing a group of people when I say that Harry Potter, the popular series written by J.K. Rowling, has reached its end.
Harry Potter, is over guys.
Sentence fragment--makes no sense. It should be I just learned about Harry Potter; he's no longer attracted to men.
Harry Potter...is over guys.
Harry Potter...(long pause)... doesn't feel attraction towards males anymore.
"Manon! Je t'aime!"
"Um...not interested? Lol au revoir"
Anything written by Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, Anne Rice, etc.
The Wild Road, by Gabriel King (I think...it's out of print now, so I might have forgotten the author's name)
Any and all of the works of Edgar Allen Poe
Most of Ray Bradbury's work
Some Robin McKinley
Very little modern vampire fiction
All of the books written by Holly Black
The Silver Kiss, by Annette Curtis Klause
Not Twilight (I read it. I puked.)
Pretty Little Liars (because I'm not immune to peer pressure)
My So-Called Life
NOT GLEE (no offence, i just think it needs to be said...)
Whole other story...if you're really, really interested, I have a blog where I review movies and just generally do what I do, which is rant about sexuality and males and how I want them to appreciate my awesome.
About my stories:
I'm just going to defend this one in case someone thinks it needs defending. The Modern Life of Caspian X is meant to bring the characters into modern times. The reason that Caspian is a raging alcoholic and all around screwup is because he is an attractive royal, which would most likely make him famous. Many celebrities end up going down the wrong paths in life. I thought it would be interesting if the celebrated prince of Narnia was just as human, and capable of making mistakes. Two of the Pevensies are not related to each other, but this is because I didn't think it would be realistic to have so many siblings that all knew Caspian well. Susan is his fiancee in the fic because the two characters showed an interest in each other in the books, and in reality their parents might have thought they would make a good match. Susan is bossy in the books, so this translated into her character in my story. Lucy is a drug addicted ho because in my story she was driven to this behavior due to her belief that she is inferior to Susan, which is also shown in C.S. Lewis' books.
yeah! C'est moi!