Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter.
I want to first say that this was written on June 19, 2011 at 11:58PM in the place where I'm at.
I also want to say thank you to all those who have read my stories, who have reviewed it, favorited it and follow it.
And I also need to apologize to all you faithful readers. I really do try to update, and when I can't do it right away, I feel terrible about it. I feel like I need to really get into the process of making and finishing this story, and yet when I write with that sort of perseverance in mind, everything that comes out is garbage.
So my friend suggested I maybe take a breather for a moment, and focus my attentions one at a time.
I've got college right now, which I suppose must be first priority.
So I plan to try to focus a bit, take a little bit of a break away from writing, and then come back to it...maybe in three days, maybe in a week, maybe in two.
I hope you don't hate me because of it. I'm only trying to do this so that the stuff I put out doesn't look like something out of a Twilight book. You know, well-known plot, error-filled grammar? Yeah? Did anyone find that funny?
I doubt. I don't even find it funny. And it's 12:01 AM on June 20, 2011 now and isn't everything suppose to be funnier at this point?
Okay. I'm done rambling. So while I try to explore my other projects/stuff to do, like some hoo-ha homework and a few videos I wanna make, I promise to return, and to finish these fanfics. I don't wanna leave you guys hanging.
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JK Rowling revealed in an interview that Draco Malfoy behaved antagonistically towards Hermione because he had romantic feelings for her, not because of her Muggle-born heritage. Due to his strict upbringing, Malfoy was unable to express his true feelings. Rowling also added that not unlike Severus Snape and Lily Potter, Malfoy would 'always' have lingering feelings for Hermione and very nearly fought with the Order during the Battle of Hogwarts because of it.