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Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter, and Jurassic Park.
Welcome to my imagination. Being a Ravenclaw, I find it quite natural to explore the world around me through my writing and mind.
As this is a Fan Fiction website, this is a fun hobby for me.
I am extremely thankful for all my readers, reviewers and those that have given me ideas or acted as sounding boards.
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If you join, please follow the rules. It is a nice group and we would like to see it remain that way.
Next, I am not an English major or a professional writer. I have had a few Beta readers, and they have all had to move on just because life is busy. After how many either have not been interested or just ignore my requests to beta, I rely heavily on my word processor program and make mistakes, no matter how many times I may edit something.
Again, this is my fun time. My hobby.
Sometimes what I write is twisted. Other times it is sweet. If you like it, please comment. If you don't, leave a comment too. If you want to critique mistakes I make and want any chance of me correcting it, PM me. I know I glance over reviews on other author pages when that happens, and I do the same on mine.
If you swear, demean or keep doing things I find annoying, because this is fun and I am not a professional writer, you may find yourself ignored or blocked.
I do not do that to other people and will not allow it to me or my other readers.
Again, thank you to all my readers and the other authors I like to read.
Thank you for your time,
A note on A Two Finger Salute:
Roman battle groups were something I did a fair amount of research on. Some have commented that a Century of men is a troop of a hundred men. This is not true. Many sources state: In the Roman infantry, the centurions commanded a centuria or "century". During the Mid-Republic these centuries were grouped in pairs to make up a maniple, each century consisting of 30–60 men. After the Marian reforms a century typically composed of around 80 men, with six such centuries forming a legionary cohort.
Next, to me a two-meter long spear or javelin was long, but that may just be relative. I modeled the troops after the later Roman troops that often had one or two pila as their standard Legionaire weaponry.