Author has written 12 stories for Harry Potter.
If you think I own Harry Potter and am therefore J.K. Rowling or Warner Bros. - Think again!
Welcome to my profile!:)
In case you're here to know something about me: I'm a university student in my twenties (sounds funny to say that, but it really is true) who loves reading and writing and the English language (that's why I write in English, even though my first language is German).
I'm a huge Potterhead, being especially obsessed with Charlie Weasley and Remus Lupin.
What I read and write: So far I've only read and written Harry-Potter-fanfics.
For reading, I like well written stories about almost any member of the Weasley family (maybe with Ginny as an exception as I never really liked her that much) and the Marauders.
And yes, I do like OC, if they're well written.
Sometimes I get sick of all these boring romantic stories and then I love to read short funny stories or something with a really unique content (if you've got any recommendations, feel free to PM me!).
I'm not too fond of the Next-Gen (I don't really get, why people seem to love them so much) and slash or any unrealistic pairing, though I might still like a story with anything of that, if it is really well written.
For writing, I actually write whatever pops up in my mind, though has recently been mostly Charlie-centered stuff. I guess that's because CHarlie seemed so cool in the book but JKR didn't tell us enough about him. So she left me with no option but to write my own Charlie.
So just take a look at my stories and be so kind as to leave a review! :)
I, verliebtindich, have challenged myself! I'm proud to be a part of the HPFC forum.
I finally found something worth copying:
HOW TO WRITE GOOD
by Frank L. Visco
1. Avoid alliteration. Always.
2. Prepositions are not words to end sentences with.
3. Avoid cliches like the plague. (They're old hat.)
4. Eschew ampersands & abbreviations, etc.
5. One should never generalize.
6. Comparisons are as bad as cliches.
7. Be more or less specific.
8. Sentence fragments? Eliminate.
9. Exaggeration is a billion times worse than understatement.
10 Parenthetical remarks (however relevant) are unnecessary.
11. Who needs rhetorical questions?