Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter.
Hello readers and writers alike!
Welcome to my (MissLiquidLuck's) profile!
I'm an avid reader and writer, my all time favourite is, of course, Harry Potter! My favourite pairings are Drastoria, ScorRose, Sirius/OC and JamesS.P./OC.
Writing is probably my favourite hobby -after reading of course- I love that exhilarating feeling you get when the words start flowing and everything else melts into the background as you focus on only your writing!
Other series/books I love reading:
The Agency Series, the Percy Jackson series, The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, the Hunger Games and many, many more!
Not reading much currently... suggestions are welcome if you have any. Recently I did read Seraphina, which I heartily recommend to all of you! My book wish list, which is inordinately long, is right now consisting of the Mark of Athena, My Family for the War and the Rise of Nine.
Now onto my fics:
The Best Disappointment:
My first one shot, and possibly my most heartwarming fic to this day. I've always been fascinated with the Malfoy family and that fascination is clearly defined in the one-shot. Recommended if you love the Malfoy family just as much as I do!
The Sorting Hat Gets Angry:
My funniest one shot to date, inspired by a hilarious comment and taken from there. The Sorting Hat is fed up with all the requests and decided to get some payback. Simple but loads of fun to read (or so I've been told), it's a fic to get you laughing. Recommended if you think the Sorting Hat is ordered around way too much.
Harry and the Great Dolohov Debacle:
Written for the Harry Gets a Snake challenge, one of my longer one-shots, this is about Harry going undercover on an Auror mission that doesn't go as planned. Another funny one.
Rumour Has It:
Written once again for a challenge, specifically the Regulus Black competition. It's how Regulus changes and so do his views on certain nasty rumours circulating about him... it's sadder than the rest but you should still give it a chance!
The Wrong End of the Telescope:
Lots of fun to write, this focuses on Luna and Rolf's first meeting. It was written for a challenge, but I missed the deadline and decided to post it here instead. Recommended if you enjoy Luna's dreaminess.
Sincerely, Salazar Slytherin:
Completely Slytherin oriented as usual, this fic is what I think Salazar would have to say about all the crazy things that happened in the Wizarding World during Harry Potter's existence. One of my spur-of-the-moment ideas that went well, I absolutely adore this fic!
Teddy and the Mirror of Desire:
My first ever Teddy Lupin fic! Teddy comes across the Mirror of Erised and realizes something very important... written for the Mirror of Erised competition!
My fanfic, centred on Sirius and his struggles after the girl he loved dies at the hands of Voldemort under mysterious circumstances. *Now complete!* Sadder than the rest of the fics, recommended if you like Sirius/OC, but I won't tell you which OC *evil smile* hehe. You definitely won't guess the ending...
The Colours of a Mood Ring:
It's my first attempt at a Scorpius Rose fic, first of all. Rose is gifted a Mood Ring for her birthday and things escalate from there, mainly because Scorpius has what I'd like to call, a companion Mood Ring. *In Progress*
The Diary of a Social Butterfly:
Inspired by Moni Mohsin's Diary of a Social Butterfly, this is the diary of Astoria Greengrass as she has never been written before. Cute, naive, Slytherin... and an airhead. Recommended if you enjoy some good old satire (my attempt at it, at least) and a light Fic to brighten up your day.
Now for some random stuff:
Harry Potter taught me that some things are worth dying for.
Ron Weasley taught me that believing in yourself is a hundred times more powerful than luck.
Hermione Granger taught me that an education is a girl’s best asset, even if it doesn’t make you many friends.
Severus Snape taught me to never, ever, ever judge someone.
Rubeus Hagrid taught me that anything can be cute with the right perspective.
Ginny Weasley taught me that bold is beautiful.
Lily Potter taught me that a mother’s love is the strongest force on earth.
Remus Lupin taught me that fear is the only thing I should be afraid of.
Dolores Umbridge taught me that education with a political agenda is a terrible, terrible thing.
Sirius Black taught me that the ones we love never truly leave us.
Albus Dumbledore taught me that good people are not always good.
Draco Malfoy taught me that bad people are not always bad.
Neville Longbottom taught me that courage is standing up for what’s right, even when you’re scared out of your mind.
Luna Lovegood taught me that weird is wonderful.
Dobby taught me that freedom is a gift.
Lucius Malfoy taught me that no amount of money, pomp, or circumstance will buy you true friends.
Fred & George Weasley taught me that sometimes all you need is a good laugh.
The Dursleys taught me that a world without imagination is a dull and dreary place.
Arthur Weasley taught me that an good sense of curiosity and a bit of obsession can be healthy.
Fleur Delacour taught me that true love is not based on appearance.
Molly Weasley taught me that a happy family is not measured in gold.
Bellatrix Lestrange taught me that hatred and prejudice rot your mind and can turn even the most beautiful person into a monster.
Kreacher taught me that if you want to get to know a man, look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.
Cho Chang taught me that rebound relationships almost never work.
Nymphadora Tonks taught me to love myself, no matter what I look like.
Percy Weasley taught me that, in the end, no career is worth sacrificing your family.
Sybill Trelawney taught me that you cannot change the past, only the future.
Lavender Brown taught me that physical relationships only last for so long.
Peter Pettigrew taught me that rats do not make good friends.
Nicholas Flamel taught me that to the well-prepared mind, death is but the next great adventure.
Minerva McGonagall taught me that a good cause is worth fighting for at any age.
Hedwig taught me that the love we have for our pets is very real.
Lord Voldemort taught me that a life without love is barely living.
J. K. Rowling taught me that the stories we love will always be with us.
Until the very end.
You know you're obsessed with Harry Potter when:
You mutter nonsense Latin words under your breath.
You call your least favorite teacher Snape.
Your computer says "You've Got Mail" and you run outside looking for an owl.
You actually ask for a broom for Christmas.
You mutter "lumos" under your breath every time you turn on a flashlight.
You sort everyone you meet into the four Hogwarts houses (Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff and Slytherin).
You were burned when you couldn't get through the flames of your fireplace.
You had to go to the hospital after you broke your nose running headfirst into the wall between platforms nine and ten.
The wand order mistake in GoF drove you crazy, and even after it was "corrected" you still came up with dozens of theories to explain why that happened.
You point at normal things like parking meters and say "Look at the things these Muggles dream up!"
You collect plugs.
You try on every piece of silvery fabric your mom has to see if you turn invisible.
Before getting up to get something, you always try to summon it first. Accio TV remote!
You watched "Love, Actually" because two minor Harry Potter actors were in it.
You were reduced to tears when you finally had Book 5 in your hands.
You refer to your Chemistry class as Potions.
You spend hours tapping bricks in special orders, hoping that a secret entrance to Diagon Alley will appear.
When playing chess, you yell orders to the chess players and get upset when they don't move.
You yell into the "fellytone."
You get emotional every time you hear "Hedwig's Theme".
You say "wicked" all the time because Rupert Grint does.
You get thoroughly overexcited every time you see a word somewhere that is distantly linked with HP (ie. Saint Hedwig's).
You name all of your pets after HP characters.
You get into heated arguments over how much gel Tom Felton had in his hair in the first two movies.
You know that Harry's birthday is July 31, 1980, Hermione's birthday is September 19, 1979 and Ron's birthday is March 1, 1980 even though it was never said in the books.
You refer to Voldemort as "You-Know-Who", and no one has any idea who you're talking about.
You went out and bought the latest editition of the Webster's Dictionary because they added the word "Muggle".
You were kicked out of the movie theater for standing on your chair, throwing your shoe at the screen and yelling "THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN IN THE BOOK!"
You count the days until you're old enough for your Apparation license, and everyone else thinks you're talking about driving.
All Time Fave Quotes:
"Remember, licking doorknobs is illegal on other planets!" - Spongebob Squarepants.
"Some cause happiness wherever they go; others, whenever they go." - Oscar Wilde
"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed." - Theodore Roosevelt
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex and more violent. It takes a touch of genius- and a lot of courage- to move in the opposite direction." - E.F. Schumacher
"Knowledge cannot replace friendship. I'd rather be an idiot than lose you." - Patrick to Spongebob
"Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted." -John Lennon
"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all." - Oscar Wilde
"Nothing is permanent in this wicked world. Not even our troubles." - Charlie Chaplin
"There's no such thing as a bad idea, just poorly executed awesome ones. " -Damon Salvatore
"Last time I protected someone for you, it was not exactly a pleasant experience. How is that guy by the way? Were they able to sew his arm back on?" - Monroe from Grimm
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." -Albert Einstein (love this one!)
"After all to the well organized mind, death is but the next great adventure." -Albus Dumbledore
"Do not pity the dead Harry. Pity the living, and, above all, those who live without love." -Albus Dumbledore
"It is a curious thing, but perhaps those who are best suited to power are those who have never sought it. Those who have leadership thrust upon them, and take up the mantle because they must, and find to their own surprise that they wear it well.” -Albus Dumbledore
"It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” -Albus Dumbledore
"It’s the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.” -Albus Dumbledore
“The world is a stage, but the play is badly cast.” -Oscar Wilde
"The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter--it's the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning." -Mark Twain
PEACE and HAPPY READING!