Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter.
Okay, so basically, I'm 20 years old, I am obsessed with Harry Potter, my favourite kind of music is classic rock, though I really like anything, and my favourite band is the Beatles. I am obsessed with them too.
My favourite movie that the Beatles have made is A Hard Day's Night, and if you've ever seen it, my favourite scene from the movie is when John Lennon meets that girl in the hallway and she thinks he looks like someone but they never say who. I've always thought that it is actually John Lennon that she's talking about, but my dad disagrees with me. Oh, and also the part where Paul's grandfather keeps asking Ringo "watcha readin a book for?" (he says book like 'buke' and it's really funny). Oh and the parts where this one guy keeps telling this other guy, "stop being taller than me!" I love that cause I'm so short so now I've made it my MSN name (which nobody really gets, they all think it's just cause I'm short).
My favourite Beatles song is I Saw Her Standing There. It was my own personal theme song, but now that I'm 20, I have to find a new one. "She was just seventeen! You know what I mean..." just doesn't describe me anymore. But I figure that I won't be able to find a new theme song ver again because people don't really write songs about any age other than 16, 17 or 18. So, maybe I'll give up my quest for a new theme song and just use my song, but say "She was just seventeen (plus two!) You know what I mean..." Hmm, it could work.
Now, my favourite HP book is Prisoner of Azkaban, closely followed by Order of the Phoenix and Goblet of Fire. I absolutely cannot wait for the Half Blood Prince movie to come out. I love Harry and Ginny together. I actually read the book Half Blood Prince in the bookstore near my house. I don't want to buy it in hardcover, and I was about 200th on the list to borrow it from the library. I couldn't wait, so I spent three days sitting in the bookstore reading. And I was sick, so I had to run to the bathroom at least every half hour to blow my nose. I was always afraid they would kick me out, but they didn't, and I finished the book! Now, there's an accomplishment!
And that's me in a nutshell!
Okay, there was an inconsistency in my Promise series. In the first story, Lily's parents were dead, but in the third they were having dinner with her. So I've gone back and brought them back to life in the first story. In other words, I've changed it so that they were never dead. Ah, the magic of fiction. Thanks to my reviewer, molly, for pointing it out.