Poll: Should I show all the remaining days in the arena in Catching Wands(though, it's not going be much different, unless I can somehow come up with something), or should I skip to the last day? Vote Now!
Author has written 17 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Warriors, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Legend of Korra, Avatar: Last Airbender, Fusion Fall, and Rise of the Guardians.
School started again, so I have less time to write. But, I'll try my best to get new chapters up as fast as I can. And no, I haven't forgotten about my current fanfics, I'm just having a lot of trouble finding time to write, and the chapters are not cooperating with me, so it's taking longer. Sorry!
Age: Old enough to have good grammar. (For the most part, anyway.)
Favorite books: Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, and Kane Chronicles
The Hallows Games
Finally completed! My first finished fanfic! Sequel: Catching Wands
Sequel to Hallows Games. Top priority right now. I'll try to update as much as I possibly can. :)
Bringing Back the Games (*Discontinued for now. I'm just not really feeling this story right now, but maybe I'll attempt to re-do it when my other fanfics are completed.*)
Harry Potter and the Long Lost Sister (*I will most likey re-do this one, as I don't like how it's turning out! But, that won't be until I've at least finished Catching Wands.*)
Hallows Games series
There will be one more after Catching Wands, and it's going to be called Owljay. So, Harry, Ginny, and others from Hogwarts are all thrown into the 74th Hunger Games, where they make new friends (sort of), some new enemies (of course), and all hell breaks loose because of it. And there you have it in a nutshell.
Jordan Potter series
Even though the first one says Harry Potter, the rest will say Jordan Potter. So Jordan goes to Hogwarts, she's a natural-born troublemaker and when Harry comes to school, everything kind of falls apart, and she of course has to tag along on his adventures to protect him (or maybe just make sure she's not missing anything).
Bringing Back the Games
Primrose Rue Everdeen
Prim is really close with her family. Especially her brother Gwyn. She doesn't have friends, because the few she'd had had turned on her. And she just isn't friendly, and she knows it. She's a lot like her mother, determined, stubborn, etc. She feels like nobody really knows her. They know her name, because of her parents, but they don't know her.
He often gets on Prim's bad side. He's (as she describes him) a stubborn, stuck-up, snobby, jerk, who doesn't care about anyone but himself. Artie might be one of the most popular boys in the school, but Prim can't figure out why. He's annoying to people he doesn't like (maybe even to those he does like).
Harry Potter and the Long Lost Sister
Age: 11 (12 in later chapters)
Jordan thought everything was perfect until she turned 11. Her Hogwarts letter arrived and everything changed. Once her first year was over, and she returned home, her friends were no longer her friends, beleiving she'd fogotten about them and moved on. When her second year at Hogwarts starts, and she meets Harry Potter, things definitely won't be the same. She feels lost in the shadow of her younger brother, even completely ignored sometimes. When people tell her what to do (aside from a teacher), she'll probably take out her wand (11 1/2 inches, Ash, Unicorn hair core, unyielding) and hex them.
Things that happened between chapters 4 and 5:
Jordan was in detention 5 times (talking/misbehaving in class--mostly in Potions)
People questioned her if she had any siblings; when she said "no" they didn't act so strange around her
When she got back after term ended, all of her friends at home had forgotten all about her (because they believed she forgot about them when she went away, since she never kept in touch with them)
She did not go home for Christmas, because she thought her mom was mad at her (But they later made up and she went home for Easter holiday)
I'M A HOMESCHOOLER AND I'M PROUD!
Many people believe this stereotype about homeschoolers:
(...except whoever did that spelled "stereotype" wrong.)