Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and Glee.
Hey readers! I'm Alison and i'm 17.
I still go to school but i hope to go far as a journalist, so i guess you could call this practise, sort of.
I love to write, so hopefully you won't have to wait long between my updates, but if i take too long then i apologise for that now!!
I am a total Gleek fanatic and Harry Potter obsessed!
I'm really into musicals and broadway shows, some of my favourites are; Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Les Mis, Rocky Horror, Love never dies, Cats, the list is endless.
Most of the stories that i will put up here will be Glee and Harry Potter, maybe even a few Percy Jackson ones. I might vary if you want to read some stories that are different. let me know.
I'm not writing on here as much any more. So head over to my A03 to read more stories.
To Harry Potter-
To Fred Weasley-
To Neville Longbottom-
To the Weasley Twins-
To Ron Weasley-
To Hermione Granger-
To Severus Snape-
To Ginny Weasley-
To Luna Lovegood-
To Albus Dumbledore-
To Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry-
To J.K. Rowling-
J.K. Rowling, thank you for the best childhood anyone could ever ask for!!!!!!!!
Harry Potter/Ginny Weasley
Least favourite pairings:
Harry Potter/Hermione Granger
"We know our names are Gred and Feorge." Fred and George Weasley
"Hey Harry, thought we heard your dulset tones." Fred and George Weasley
"Harry, the world isn't split into good people and death eaters." Sirius
"We all have light and dark inside of us, what matters is the part we chose to act on." Sirius
"Not my daughter, Bitch!" Mrs. Weasley
"It does not do well to dwell on dreams, remember that." Dumbledore
"Do not pity the dead Harry. Pity the living, and, above all, those who live without love." Dumbledore
"Of course it's happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean it's not real?" Dumbleodore
"I like to think they were all romantic. i'm not just some flousy!" Darren Criss
IF YOU BELIEVE HOMOPHOBIA IS WRONG... REPOST THIS I am the boy who never finished high school, because I got called a fag everyday I am the girl kicked out of her home because I confided in my mother that I am a lesbian. I am the prostitute working the streets because nobody will hire a transsexual woman. I am the sister who holds her gay brother tight through the painful, tear-filled nights. We are the parents who buried our daughter long before her time. I am the man who died alone in the hospital because they would not let my partner of twenty-seven years into the room. I am the foster child who wakes up with nightmares of being taken away from the two fathers who are the only loving family I have ever had. I wish they could adopt me. I am not one of the lucky ones. I killed myself just weeks before graduating high school. It was simply too much to bear. We are the couple who had the Realtor hang up on us when she found out we wanted to rent a one-bedroom for two men. I am the person who never knows which bathroom I should use if I want to avoid getting the management called on me. I am the mother who is not allowed to even visit the children I bore, nursed, and raised. The court says I am an unfit mother because I now live with another woman. I am the domestic-violence survivor who found the support system grow suddenly cold and distant when they found out my abusive partner is also a woman. I am the domestic-violence survivor who has no support system to turn to because I am male. I am the father who has never hugged his son because I grew up afraid to show affection to other men. I am the home-economics teacher who always wanted to teach gym until someone told me that only lesbians do that. I am the woman who died when the EMT s stopped treating me as soon as they realized I was transsexual. I am the person who feels guilty because I think I could be a much better person if I didn't have to always deal with society hating me. I am the man who stopped attending church, not because I don't believe, but because they closed their doors to my kind. I am the person who has to hide what this world needs most, love. I am the person ashamed to tell my own friends I'm a lesbian, because they constantly make fun of them. I am the boy tied to a fence, beaten to a bloody pulp and left to die because two straight men wanted to "teach me a lesson" IF YOU BELIEVE THAT HOMOPHOBIA IS WRONG... REPOST THIS
Kurt's Poem About Blaine During Glee Live!
Blaine Warbler Anderson,
I have never loved another.
Except for last year,
When I was in love with my stepbrother.
I admire you almost as much as I admire the late Alexander McQueen,
And how you squint when you sing.
How I miss our impromptu performances in the Dalton Academy halls, the rooms, the bleachers...
Where the hell were all the teachers?
We've seen everything eye to eye.
All the pain, all the hurt,
At least we did,
'Till my last growth spurt.
We've shared so many intimate moments,
Memories that shine and glitter.
Just the two of us, Facebook, MySpace, Tumblr and Twitter.
Since we've met it's been absolute heaven,
For your Emmy consideration, 2011.
But through all the glory, the scary and the hype, I swear to god I'm going to punch the next person that calls me a stereotype.
I'm so thankful to have found a partner as talented as me,
And forever we shall be,
Unless the writers change things in Season 3
"There is nothing wrong with you...there's a lot wrong with the world you live in."
"It felt like I was bitch slapped by an iceberg."
"Distance makes the heart grow fonder."
"Hey guys, it's Chris Colfer, check me out at TeenTV.com. Check me out? Oh, that's suggestive..."
"I am deaf, I have no voice...I think I lost my virginity out there..."
"We're chained to the desk!"
"Boys and girls, please do not repeat the language we are using because it is a very, very bad example."
"I love me some llamas."
"I keep getting these phone calls telling me that my daughter keeps missing classes, and it's at all hours of the night; I had, like, two call me this morning. And I have called these people saying "I don't have a daughter, I am nineteen!" I mean the nineties were a blur, but I don't think I was impregnating anyone when I was two, so...man, I am gonna find this girl and get her ass to school because I am tired, of these damn, phonecalls! Ugh!"
"There was this one guy, and he, ugh, he was such a douche...(etc.)...and I will never forget him climbing up, a huge mountain, of cow crap. Yeah. It was AWESOME."
"And I was like "H-Hi, Kristen! I'm your biggest fan! We sound exactly alike!"
"I love me some llamas."
"Well, one night, we were shooting late, it was like, three o'clock in the morning, I had had about twenty-seven diet cokes, and I had to use the restroom, so, I asked the stage manager, and he said "Oh, bathroom's, right around the corner." He gave me directions, I got a little lost on the way, but I finally, uh, found the bathroom, but...the toilet wouldn't flush. And I'm like "Oh, must be one of those 'eco-friendly, save-the-world-as-you're-peeing things,' but, I went over to the sink, and the sink's not working either, and I look up, and there is no ceiling, and I think "Oh my God, I'm on a sound stage.""
"Damn, Darren. I need a cigarette now."
"Everytime you do a kissing scene, you're probably going to kiss about sixteen o-or eighteen times, because they have to get four, from this angle, four from this angle, four from this angle, four from this angle - I don't know why they're down there - four from this angle...it's never just, once."
"They'd better be sorry, they'd better be sorry! I'm talking to- you know who I'm talking to...YOU...buddy..."
"I have something called the sea monkey method, and what that is; when I was fourteen, I had sea monkeys, and I forgot to feed them. However, they remained alive for seven months. And what they were doing was eating themselves, and living off of their waste. So my method, or, my theory, is that we could come up with some sort of substance that could, be reused, or, eat itself, if you will. Yeah, it would, better the environment and not leave such a carbon footprint."
"I'm kind of a ninja, yes."
"And someone had written: "Is Chris a hermaphrodite?""
"I started sleep-shopping, online..."
"I had a dream that I stole a munchkin's convirtable."
"Maybe they'll have a victorian romance where all they're gonna do is kiss. Or maybe Kurt will show him his shoulder, just, just gently..."
"Kids are whores these days."
"Oh, that's what I was gonna say, damn..."
"So I walk out of this restaurant, and there's this little girl dressed up like a Princess right there and I go, 'Oh, look at how CUTE you are in your Princess dress!' and she goes, 'You sound like a girl.'"
"I'm pretty sure I'm going to fall in my GaGa shoes one night on tour and I'm hoping it becomes a Youtube sensation."
"Nurse Jackie is my favorite show! Brilliant characters! It makes me laugh so hard police come to my door thinking an animal is being abused."
"It doesn't matter how old I get, I always act like an excited five year-old kid with severe ADD and a waddle at Disneyland."
"My life is an awkward visit from the kids table."
"I couldn't do country, with all due respect to all country music artists. My parents dressed me up with a cowboy hat and we'd go to the rodeo when I was younger and it traumatized me for life."
"I was a major drama nerd in high school. So the fact that we preform music that I'm already familiar with a good thing."
"I grew up doing musical theater. So, I was immediately attracted to the music and performance aspects of it. That fact that it's actually funny, not trying to be funny, but actually funny was appealing, too."
"When I walked in to audition, Ryan Murphy asked me why did he get the feeling I had been in The Sound of Music. I told him I had. And, I had played Kurt. So that's why my character's name in the show is Kurt."
"I think the most joyous part was when I got the part in the pilot. I felt like I had made it. That was a great feeling after all of the years of rejection. I don't want to sound vain, but I have been wanting this so long, it just seems like everything is falling into place."
"I do better singing female songs because my voice is so high-pitched."
"I didn't go through a teenage rebellion period because I saw Nip/Tuck. That was my teenage rebellion. My mom would say, 'You're not allowed to watch that,' blah blah blah. It was very nerve-racking auditioning in front of Ryan Murphy because I'm such a huge fan. It was hard. He's very nice. He's a little intimidating at first, but he's great. I've learned lots of things from Ryan. I've learned how to deal with crazy people. Not that Ryan is crazy. But he likes crazy people."
"He's very fashionable. He's very low patience. He's very vogue. He's a lot of things. He's a mess sometimes. I think they've been describing him as the dramatic and fashionable soprano. I think I'm just the soprano part. He's the dramatic, fashionable and fabulous part. And I'm not so much any of those things."
At one of the QA sessions on being asked to demonstrate the Single Ladies dance after doing it at a previous session: “No, no, I did that the other day and I injured my, uh, my dignity..."
After listening to Kevin McHale talk about portraying a character in a wheelchair: “I’m in skinny jeans everyday, and I think that’s much harder; everyday, dancing in skinny jeans…I don’t know what his problem is.”
“I’ve been singing in the shower for several years now.”
On the role of Kurt being created for him: "I was just so amazing that I guess I just walked in and they just changed the show from then on.”
Chelsea Handler: "You’re very cute." Chris: "Thank you, I try."
On losing weight: “It was horrible, horrible methods: diet and exercise. I do not recommend them.”
Interviewer: "Who’s the star [of Glee]?" Chris: "Me."
“Never forget, and never forgive. You remember their names, you remember their addresses, you just remember everything. Don’t listen to any of that forgive and forget, you know, crap. Because…no, no, you get even. And one day they’ll regret it, ‘cause you’ll post like their social security number on Twitter or something. You remember the stuff they did to you, and you get them back, you get them back. And that’s all I have to say about that."
On being asked if there are any backstage antics and such they can share: Chris: “Well, just in the hallway just now, I did a ninja catch of my bottle of soda…it slipped and I just grabbed it. It was probably one of my finer moments.” Amber Riley: “He was very impressed with himself.” Chris: “I was so impressed with myself, because I have no hand-eye co-ordination what-so-ever.”
On being asked whether he’ll be in the bathroom if they win at the Golden Globes (after talking about the Prince incident): “I will probably be peeing myself, but it will not be in the bathroom, it will be onstage for everyone to see...but I will be urinating somehow.”
After Elton interviewer: “Is [winning an Academy Award] something you aspire to?” Chris: ”I think I have aspired to that since I was an embryo, and I’m pretty sure I used my umbilical cord as practice for my acceptance speech.”
“I’m just not really afraid to be my awkward self. And I know that there’s lots and lots of people just like me out there that are awkward themselves, and I think they just appreciate that I’m not afraid to say the weird things that I say and tweet the obnoxious things that I tweet. But I mean, I’ve tried being other people and myself suits me the best. But I think you just be honest. I think people respond to honesty.”
“The best acting lesson I ever learned was… this is gonna sound crazy, but I remember when I was, like, eleven, I was watching a PBS special about this actress that was a silent film actress, and she did not make the transition from silent films to talkies, but she was amazing in talkies. And even though she was, like, in her forties, she did this monologue where she was this eighty-year-old, and she was just so honest with the way she said it that even though she wasn’t eighty, you believed that she was eighty. So I think one of the best acting lessons I’ve learned is just to be honest. Always treat every role with honesty."
How was it stepping into the Cheerios uniforms? — “I think we were both excited to put on the uniforms for the first time. I definitely was until I realized how - it’s not very flattering. And there are some paparazzi shots of me on set looking like Sasquatch, walking around in it. But it’s fun. It’s nice to be on top of the school.”
Let’s talk about 'Animal' for a second - what were your thoughts on that foam party? — "You know…I have a lot of thoughts *laughs*. Some inappropriate, some appropriate *laughs*. There were some moments that were very suggestive, which I guess you’d expect at a foam party. Just the fact that these kids found an abandoned warehouse in the middle of nowhere with so many foam machines – I think that’s the real accomplishment! *laughs*"
"Today I passed I man with a 'The End Is Near' sign. With Oprah, Larry King, and the Harry Potter Movies all ending, I think he's right."
“People still call me ma’am on the phone, and it’s just part of life now. I’m not even phased by it…...going through DriveThrus is always fun, because it’s always so shocking when they see me. It’d just be kind of like, ‘Thank you ma…woah!! Woah, sorry about that!’"
“Ryan texted me one day and said, ‘We need you to do a song that’s funny like Mr. Cellophane for this audition sequence that we’re doing in the second-to-last episode of the season.’ And so he picked Some People from Gypsy which we both love and is such a funny song, and kind of an homage to Rose’s Turn, which is one of my favourite songs that I’ve done…...this song was fantastic, and this song I actually choreographed myself. At the very end I do this back bend where I put my legs behind me and go flat on the ground like a contortionist, and I’m really regretting it today.”
— All said by Chris Colfer, who has to be the funniest, sexiest person to ever walk the face of the earth.