Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Star Wars, Sherlock, and Radio Dramas.
Hi, I'm urcool91, obviously. I am way too obsessed with books and movies, and I have no life, so I end up writing a lot of fanfiction.
I'm currently a teenager. That's all you need to know about my age, really. I only write for fandoms where I know the source material well and have watched/read them all. Star Wars is the only exception to this rule, as I ignore the EU unless it fits in my story. I'm awful at fact-checking.
I don't like pairings. That doesn't mean that I won't read them, just that they have to be really well-written for me to enjoy them. If I read pairings, I prefer canon ones. My favorites are as follows: Jolly, Sherolly, and light Johnlock (Sherlock); Luna/Neville, Ron/Hermione, and Snape/Lily (Harry Potter); Han/Leia and Obi-Wan/Padme (Star Wars).
I am a Catholic. If you have any questions about that, feel free to PM me, but don't be a hater. Jesus said, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35, one of my favorite quotes from the Bible)
If people have opinions different from you, don't hate them. Respect their opinions, or give them the right to not respect your own.
If con is the opposite of pro, is Congress the opposite of progress?
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 a 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.
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What Cabin Pressure taught me:
Carolyn taught me to never settle for being a little old lady.
Douglas taught me that self-confidence makes anyone into a sky god.
Martin taught me that if I work hard enough I can achieve my dreams, no matter what others say.
Arthur taught me I'm brilliant!
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