Wow. It's been so long since I had written anything on here. My previous message made my IQ seem significantly lower than it truly is. Oh the pain of years. My name may say "happiness is Harry Potter" but I've learned not to be so singleminded. NCIS, Sailor Moon, the Chronicles of Narnia, Star Trek, Sherlock (BBC), and Bones (among other fandoms) can also bring joy into my life. Real life is also a source of happiness for me. I would change my name, but I want my favorite authors to still recognize my reviews. ] A part of my reviewing policy, that I realized today, is that if I get a reply for a review, I am more likely to review the next story I read. Weird, huh? Or, I am more likely to review the next chapter. If I don't get a reply, I am less likely to review the next chapter of that story.
Please don't read my story. It's a bit embarrassing. I should probably take it down.
It occurred to me when reading a disclaimer in a Narnia fanfiction (and perhaps I am mistaken) that although the Pevensies belong to none of us, Narnia belongs to all of us.
By Will Alone on my favorites list is truly brilliant. The thought process of Edmund in it mirrors the thoughts of depression and suicide. It is a wonderful metaphor (though I don't know if the author intended it that way, but it's brill.)
Omigosh. Darren Criss
He turns me into a puddle of fangirl goo. He got me watching Glee. And I fell in love with Kurt's character. (oh the potential and canon angst!)