Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
Some of you may know me as BondSlave and maybe familiar with my work. For those of you who are not feel free to go and look at my other account. I have created this account to house only my fan-fiction revolving around the Harry Potter series by author J. K. Rowling.
I have been a fan of Harry Potter since I was little. I watched the first movie when it first came out in 2001; I was nine-years-old. I watched the moving once and all I had to say about it was: "I like the man in black." A year later at the age of ten my mother rented 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets'. I remember watching it while sitting on my bunk bed. I don't remember much of the movie from that time save that the Basilisk scared me.
After that I had little to do with the series. Growing up in a Christian house hold my grandmother and mother worried that maybe I was to young to understand the movies or that they would frighten me because they were dark so they never really asked my opinion on them.
In the summer of 2004 (in the space before the Prisoner of Azkaban came out on DVD) while at our local Library I spotted Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone in hardback on the front window. I grabbed it and walked off to a corner while my grandmother browsed. Even though I was twelve-years-old I was a terrible reader; I now know it was because of my dyslexia and slight slur that caused my poor reading abilities. But even despite that I began reading the book. And once my grandmother had finished browsing I asked her if I could check it out. She agreed.
Once I had finished reading the first book I practically demanded to re-watch the first movie so my mum rented it. I watched over 100 times over the course of four days. I had it memorized by the time we returned it to the store. After that I read the second book and watched the second movie; once again memorizing the movie word for word before it was returned to the store. Then 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' was released on DVD. My grandmother rented it for me and I watched it before reading the third book.
After awhile I decided to read he books as they came out; whether or not there was a movie. Every time a new book was released my grandmother would drive me to go and buy it. That woman, bless her. She would drive me an hour just to buy a book. Despite owing my ability to read and write all to J.K. Rowling I owe my love for reading to my grandmother.
Ever since I was nine-years-old I have liked Severus Snape. I always knew that he wasn't really a bad guy. I would always say that he was a good guy while others bashed him for being a jerk. Sure he was a jerk. I never denied that. But that didn't mean I didn't like him. Then when the sixth Harry Potter book came out everyone began telling me that they were right and I was wrong. I was defiantly an odd girl out among my Harry Potter fan friends. Then in 2007 when the seventh book came out and we learned the truth I happily turned to my friends (who happened to be there in my living room reading the books as well) and said: HA! IN YOUR FACE! I TOLD YOU! I TOLD YOU HE WASN'T A BAD GUY! Yes. I said that. Of course after I sobbed like a baby. That book was an emotional roller coaster.
Now a few things you should know about me in order to not cause a war or something. (I'm a pacifist but a very vindictive fan girl so be warned.)
Things I cannot stand and refuse to talk about (seriously)
1: Snape being Harry's father. This is just ridiculous. I'm okay with A/U stories where Snape is Harry's father but if you are talking 'canon' than no. I refuse. Don't even bother bringing it up because I will smack you down like the hand of God. I know there are a lot of arguments out there over this topic but let me say my piece. THEY LOOK NOTHING ALIKE! Harry looks like James and Lily. He doesn't look like Snape. I believe that Snape cared deeply for Harry underneath it all and could have come to see Harry as a son but as far as biology goes no. Just no.
2: The typical Snape fan: I'm sorry. I just...I can't. If you were a Snape fan but then totally turned anti-Snape after the sixth book and THEN were all pro-Snape again when the seventh book came out please just don't talk about it. DONT' TELL ME ABOUT IT! Because I will...ignore you. I don't want to be mean but I can't stand people like that. If you are going to be a fan of a character then you'd better accept them no matter what. What's the point otherwise? Its like being a character-whore (the bad kind not the good kind). So, so long as I don't know that's the kind of fan you were we'll get along fine.
3: Anti-Dumbledore fans: If you are against Dumbledore for one reason or another don't bother even talking to me. If you don't like him because he's gay or because you think he's evil just don't bother. Please. I beg you. I am so far from homophobic and I can't stand people who flaunt their homophobia just to piss people off. He's gay so what? He's still the best bad-ass Wizard out there. I mean I'll be the first to admit I went from loving to hating Dumbledore at times during the book. It was impossible not to. >.> Damn that Rita Skeeter.
There are two OCs who will no doubt crop up in some of my writing.
Rion Tomervik Rowlen Dodger: A character developed as a somewhat romantic partner for Dumbledore. (I do support Dumbledore with Gellert they are canon.) There is quite an age difference but nothing underage about their romantic relations.
Wolfric Henderson: The muggle man who Minerva McGonagall fell in love with. (canon save for the name. We never learn anything about him. All we know is she fell in love wit ha muggle man and it ended in heartache. So even though he is OC who he is supposed to be is relatively canon. If you squint.)
So yeah. That is about it. If you are nice than I will be nice. If you are mean I will tell you exactly what I think of you and than block you. =) And now that I think we all have an understanding feel free to read whatever stories I have on here.