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Joined 12-29-12, id: 4446665, Profile Updated: 10-20-13
Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.

If you've figured, my username: Scalene (dragon eyes in TLDC) Galleons (Harry Potter currency).

Um, some things about me, I suppose.

Name: Go with any variation of my username.

Age: Ends with a -teen.

Dreams: Well, I once had an odd one about some purple fruits and vegetables chasing me. Other than that, I want to be a writer when I grow up (like dozens of others on this website).

Favourite Fandoms (I suppose that's an accurate label) (YAY FOR ALLITERATION)

The Last Dragon Chronicles (Chris D'Lacey): I love this series, though the entire concept is paradoxial enough to make my head spin. Dragons are absolutely fantastic, especially the way they're portrayed here. I have to say that this series is probably the one that inspired me to write, even if it wasn't about these books.

Harry Potter (J.K. Rowling): I think the first time I read this was when I was around eight, and then again when I was twelve. The first time I didn't really understand anything, and the second time I was extremely disappointed that I was past the age for my Hogwarts letter. ;-;

Percy Jackson (Rick Riordan): A friend kept insisting that I should read this series, and I did. Though usually I'm not a fan of first-person narration, I liked it for this series. All these fandoms just keep adding to my disappointment that I'm in the 'real' world.

Warriors (Erin Hunter): Cats. And fighting. Prophecies. Whoo, go kitties! (NOOO SPOTTEDLEAF WHY WOULD THEY DO THAT) Probably not going to read the new, new series though.

Inheritance Cycle (Christopher Paolini): Really liked the first book, and other three were kinda 'meh' in my opinion.

BBC Sherlock: I have a feeling that my friend told me to watch this so she could mess with my feels.

Mother Daughter Book Club (Heather Vogel Frederick): I'm usually not one to like girly books, but this series is just. *cries* I have no idea why, other than the fact that I love the characters to bits.

There are some other ones that I probably can't be bothered to list. I might add more later on.

Oh, and my personal opinion on the Twilight series. Yes, I've read all four books. Yes, I think the plot line has potential. Yes, I hate how it's written. Yes, I hate how Mary-Sue/Gary-Stue the entire thing is.

Not entirely sure what to say here, so let's just keep up with my rambling for a bit.

Things I like:

Reading, especially on a nice summer day when I'm indoors but can still feel the sun.

Sleeping, which is relaxing and a waste of time. This is really ironic because I am the first person to complain and whine about how sleeping is such a waste of time and how I wish I didn't have to do it and how it's boring and... You get the picture.

Procrastinating. I'll write more about this later (haha, irony).

The Internet (or as one of my teachers called it, the Interweb).

Animals (especially cute ones).

Alliteration. I have no idea why, but I just love the way it sounds as long as it makes sense.

Things I don't like:

Horrid grammar, especially text-talk. Having some errors is fine, but when it gets to the point that you write 'you' as 'u' in stories, I start raging.

Horrid spelling. Mostly the same as above. I do tend to make a lot of typos, but I am eternally embarrassed by them and I go back to fix them as soon as I can.

School, especially horrible teachers and boring lectures. Recently, I've been finding that I'm hating it more and more. That's ironic since my subjects have been getting more and more interesting.

Most bugs. I've gotten used to bees, but there was once a centipede in my room that traumatized me for life.

The fact that my vision is getting steadily worse.

People. Not that I'm totally antisocial and all that, but yeah. A lot of the time, I'll just be like 'ugh, people.' Internet people are totally different though.

Some of my biggest grammar/spelling/word/writing-in-general pet peeves are (I get it if it happens once or twice, but really?):

When people mix up 'defiantly' and 'definitely' a lot.

When people mix up 'one' and 'won' a lot.

When people mix up 'witch' and 'which' a lot.

When people use 'asldfkajsflbkdjblkdj' or 'aflkjbdjglbkjdlkflkdjgbklj' (etc.) as something people say. I'm pretty sure those things cannot be pronounced (unless you're Danisnotonfire).

When people overuse profanity (overuse as in when you stub your toe inserted into every sentence).

And my stories:

{Harry Potter and the Mysterious Sibling. Done! Yay!

{The Potter Twins and the Not-So-Secret Chamber. Done that too (oh wow).

{The Potter Twins and the Innocent Ex-Convict. Working on it. It's... I'm getting there.

\Champions, one-shot. Done.

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The Potter Twins and the Innocent Ex-Convict reviews
Third year at Hogwarts can't be worse than their previous years. Right? Right? Wrong. With the supposed 'prophecy' Hermione and Melanie heard last year, and the mysterious package, what could go wrong? So, so much, especially with a certain Sirius Black on the loose. Great. Just great. :Rated T just to be safe:
Harry Potter - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 23 - Words: 61,074 - Reviews: 56 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 21 - Updated: 4/30/2014 - Published: 4/27/2013 - Harry P., Ron W., Hermione G., OC
Harry Potter and the Mysterious Sibling reviews
Sister? Harry had always lived alone. But not anymore... but also not before? What's going on? Brother? Melanie couldn't remember anything before suddenly appearing into the life of one Harry Potter. But... she remembers everything about living with Harry and the Dursleys. :Rated T just to be safe. AU later on:
Harry Potter - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 17 - Words: 39,068 - Reviews: 32 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 16 - Updated: 5/19/2013 - Published: 12/31/2012 - Harry P., OC - Complete
The Potter Twins and the Not-so-Secret Chamber reviews
They're back for a second year at Hogwarts to shake up the very foundations of the old school. When a mysterious package arrives, not by owl or fireplace, during the summer break, the twins, along with Hermione and Ron, have to figure out what it means. This isn't even adding the problem of the 'Secret' Chamber. When the basilisk is on the loose, who's going to stop it? Them.
Harry Potter - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 18 - Words: 41,538 - Reviews: 41 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 15 - Updated: 5/18/2013 - Published: 2/27/2013 - Harry P., OC - Complete
Champions reviews
"Why did Harry always have to be the one that saved the day? Couldn't he stop playing 'hero,' just once? Why didn't Harry tell him that he was trying? He couldn't be even be bothered telling his best friend about it. Not even a quick mention." What did Ron feel when Harry got selected for the Triwizard tournament?
Harry Potter - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,745 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Published: 2/25/2013 - Ron W. - Complete