Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter.
Malfoy is blond. Blond! His mother is a blonde. And he has an effect on people, if they let him affect them. So there in a nutshell are my pet hates. They grate in my ears like nails scratching a blackboard. Together with "of coarse," "I like you're robe," "you have a lot to loose" and "Its hard to tell." Enough said.
Sorry, not much of a profile at all! Wouldn't know what to say that could interest people. I draw, that's my main contribution to fandom. I love reading. I like writing, though I'm very afraid I'm only average at best. I love reviews, writing them and receiving them. I don't sleep much. I live in sunny Spain now, though it wasn't always that way.
I was hooked on Dramione, thought they were perfect together. Now I'm totally in love with Drarry. No other pairings for me, I'm afraid. And no other ships.
So, that's it really. Happy reading!
All of us here start by reading fan fiction and then, after some time, most of us think we are ready to write. And we do. We inflict our idea of a good fic onto unsuspecting readers and expect them to coo and gush over our work, because, really, what we've written is the best thing since sliced bread. No matter that in half the cases the work is illegible, riddled with grammar and spelling mistakes, absolute rubbish or that the characters are so ooc it makes readers cringe. Of the other half, I'd say 25% are so mediocre as not to warrant a comment in passing. The final 25% comprises good, better and genius. The amount of reviews are meant to indicate that, although I hope that it doesn't, considering some highly reviewed stories are atrocious! *shudders*
I'm not going to self-deprecatingly say I'm in the bottom 50%. I know I'm not. But it's taken me four fictions to realise once and for all that I'm not good enough to reach the top 25. I've already taken down two of them.
I think I shall stick to drawing from now on! :D