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Author has written 7 stories for Harry Potter.
Hello, lovelies, I'm Senator of Sorcery, if you like my work here and would like to see more of it, go to the Sink Into Your Eyes database at siye.co.uk, you can find me under the same username, or if you're into phanfiction you can find me on ao3 as moonythejedi394. Wanna know about me? Dunno why you would, but if you're here I assume it's because you're attempting to stalk me. I'm one of those dratted teenagers who doesn't go outside and browses Tumblr and YouTube all day, rather tall, Armenian-German, a giant ball of anxiety that spits out a variety of stories. Some of my favorite things are pizza, cats, a vast majority of all variations of the color red, Let's Plays and giant dorks on YouTube, and music with that electronic indie emo vibe. I started writing when I was about ten, but back then I was absolutely horrid. Now, well hopefully I've improved a bit. Irl I'm a student/writer who probably spends too much time obsessing over Hinny and YouTubers and not enough doing math. I write fanfics (including phanfics), short stories, and I've got a novel in the making rn even.
If you've read For In Dreams and like it, you can visit and maybe even follow the forum here: --> www.fanfiction.net/forum/For-In-Dreams-Support-Group/181842/ Give it a look, as that will motivate me to post there more and you can, therefore, get all sorts of cool content about the story, like character tidbits, tiny backstories, theme songs for chapters and characters, and more! (This has been a brief sales pitch.)
If you'd like to follow me on tumblr, I am senatorofsorcery, I'm on Spotify as moonythejedi4 where there is a For In Dreams playlist (A World Entirely Our Own) and an After playlist (The After World) and my for use irl playlists.
I first got into Harry Potter at the age of two when I snuck into my parents' room while they were watching Chamber of Secrets. I ended up reading/listening to on cassette all of the books but somehow out of order; starting with the first book, then Prisoner of Azkaban which I ended up listening to every night for about four years, and Deathly Hallows, but I finished all of them by the age of nine. I read Deathly Hallows the year it came out, and at the time I was seven. I'm collecting the books on cassette now because nostalgia and I love audiobooks.
Have fun reading and a lovely day!