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WHY HAS NO ONE WRITTEN A TOM RIDDLE/MORIARTY FANFICTION YET?!
I am currently working on a Harry Potter fanfiction, though when I say working on, I really mean I started it 10 minutes ago and so far have only written one page.
I never thought, when I joined this sight two years ago that I would actually ever write any fanfiction, but after reading Harry Potter fanfiction literally every day of those two years (I think I need therapy) my head is now crammed with plot bunnies, evil plot bunnies with sharp teeth, who happen to be carnivorous... so I'm sure you get the point.
I guess I should include something about me?
Name: Sophie (and you'll be able to deduce from that, that I'm female)
Age: Im too hesitant to include this...
Religion: None, I'm atheist.
I was born in Glasgow, Scotland Ignore all stereotypes please! No, we do not wear kilts all the time, I hate the bagpipes, I have never eaten haggis (Im vegetarian!) and...yes, It does rain all the time.
I watch Torchwood and Doctor who AND BBC SHERLOCK when they're on TV
Some of my favourite books include:
Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (who has a crater on the moon named after his book "Dandelion wine!!!!(called "dandelion crater")! )
The Book thief, by Markus Zusak ,
Nineteen eighty-four by George Orwell,
Maya by Jostein Gaarder (who also wrote "Sophie's world" which I didn't like as much, though everyone I've asked hated Maya and loved Sophie's world)
And I've just finished reading Preludes and Nocturnes, volume one in the sandman series by Neil Gaiman (who also wrote "stardust" and "Coraline" ) which is a graphic novel, the only graphic novel Ive ever read and will probably be the only one I'll have read for a while, considering each volume costs roughly £15.00 and there's 12 volumes...
I read Harry Potter fanfiction, or anything else I think sounds interesting, mostly one shots.
I have nothing against Slash pairings, which I read the most of, (though I'm not into romance fics,) and consider homophobic people as worse as racists.
Im hesitant to actually post anything onto this because my writing style is always different and I rarely have time to write, so I think I'll wait a couple of weeks until Ive written more and then update fro then onward...
My favourite fanfics can be (quite obviously) found on my favourites list.
I recommend the Akren school series by Miranda Flairgold Starting with "A Second Chance at life"
And also anything by "Tiro" (though I've only read her Harry Potter fanfictions)
-Especially her story "Rewriting History"
"You are utterly the stupidest, most self-centered, appallingest excuse for an anthropomorphic personification on this or any other plane!" (Death talking to dream) Preludes and Nocturnes
"It was then that Delirium noticed that she had absentmindedly transformed herself into a hundred and eleven perfect, tiny, multicolored fish. Each fish sang a different song. And as she put herself back together again, unable for the moment to remember whether the silver flecks went in the blue eye or the green one, she decided that a dog would be a nice thing to have. And then it occurred to her that there had been a dog around at some point, hadn't there? A nice doggie. And she went off to look for it, trailing occasional fish ..."
Receptionist: Can I have a name?
"I don't think you should be an Auror, Harry. The Aurors are part of the Rotfang Conspiracy, I thought everyone knew that. They're working to bring down the Ministry of Magic from within, using a combination of Dark Magic and gum disease." (Luna Lovegood) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
"Superstitious." What a strange word. If you believed in Christianity or Islam, it was called "faith". But if you believed in astrology or Friday the thirteenth it was superstition! Who had the right to call other peeople's belief superstition?"
"There exists a world. In terms of probability this borders on the impossible. It would have been far more likely if, by chance, there was nothing at all. Then, at least, no one would have begun asking why there was nothing"