Author has written 7 stories for Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Merlin, Avengers, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Supernatural, and Young Justice.
Okay, so this is the part where I give information about myself, right? Yeah I'm kind of new to writing fanfiction, I didn't even know there were whole websites dedicated to fanfiction until 2007.
OK, So what information can I give away without some of you coming to my house and demanding that I change my stories plots?
I've always had my plot ideas in my head but I never bothered to actually write them into a full story until I recently.
I'm a 16 year old teenage boy in Year 11 (Exam Year *Shudders*), who goes to secondary school (High School for Americans)
I enjoy Chess (Yeah laugh all you want) and playing on my Xbox (Boo PS3) I also occasionally play Cricket (Not really much of a football fan).
I am also planning my own story, all OC's, in other words: An Original Story. Of course I won't start to actually write it until I finish Sixth Form but I am writing down notes and basic plot lines of what will happen, I probably will never get the story published but I might present it here to all my loyal reviewers (If you don't get annoyed with me anytime soon)
Even though all of my stories are Harry Potter my favourite series ever is Percy Jackson. It was just so perfect, nothing was wrong at all, the ending was awesome and no matter what books I read that will always be my favourite book. Lightning Thief was also the first book that I read that had over 100 pages. I really recommend Percy Jackson if you guys are into Greek Mythology, the story doesn't get good until Book 1 around page 60.
Anyway, the reasons that the Harry Potter series is only my second favourite series are below.
The first time I finished the Harry Potter series (I was about 10) I thought it was quite good and that the Harry/Ginny pairing was amazing and how it resembled James and Lily. I thought how beautiful it was that Harry had forgiven Severus and named his children after him. I also thought there were no plot holes. How wrong I was.
I read the entire series once again, (I'll explain that later.) and discovered many plotholes. By the time I had finished I thought Harry should have ended up with Hermione as she was always there for him. I was now also neutral towards Snape.
By the time I had finished it the series the third time I thought that Snape should have died a mor epainful death and suffered even more (Yeah, I can get dark occassionally) and I figured that only reason that Hermione hung around with Harry was becuase she didn't have anyone else, I also found her extremely annoying and irritating and she just didn't suit Harry.
And don't get me started on the children, honestly naming his children after his parents and one after a guy who had a crush on his mother? Is he trying to hint at an incest love triangle?
And what kind of parent names their son Hugo?
I also think that JK Rowling was too prejudiced, she portrayed all of Slytherin as evil and that is just plain discrimination.
Anyway, I always make sure that I read the entire HP and PJ series at least once a year, sort of like preserving the memory if thats what you want to call it.
Link for the YouTube Video that my story "Merlin How It Should Have Ended" is based on:
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