Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter, and Covenant.
Hey everyone! I'm Dinnerroll. Odd username, I know, but it really does fit me. I used to be hottiez-the-name333, but Dinnerroll is much better for me. I used to be a pure Harry Potter writer, then I took a really long absence for personal reasons. Now, I've decided to come back and join back in on what I love. I'm branching out to include anything I want to write about, but it'll be more than likely just movies. So here's some information about me and my writings if you want it:
By the way, I'm such a huge procrastinator. It shows up all the time in my writing, it seems like it takes forever for me to reach the end of a story. I'd love help with this, I've been trying to break it for about 8 years now. Seriously, if I'm not updating a story regularly, get on my butt about it. E-mail me, leave me reviews, yell at me to get in shape and get a new chapter up. It'll really help me to keep going.
I loooooove to write about movies. I'm such a huge movie buff, that's honestly all I do. I sit at home and watch movies over and over and over again. I'll develop a new favorite movie pretty much every week. This section will probably change constantly, so please forgive my oddities.
Favorite Characters: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, James Potter, Lily Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, Professor McGonagall
Favorite Pairings: Harry/Hermione, James/Lily
Favorite Scenes: Harry meeting Sirius for the first time in the Shrieking Shack; Snape's memory of James and Lily; Voldemort's return; anything cute between Harry/Hermione
Favorite Lines: there's too many movies
Why I love to write about it: There's so many different characters and books and elements to write about, so it's always original and never gets old.
Favorite Characters: James Bond (Daniel Craig is, in my opinion, Bond) Vesper Lynd, M
Favorite Pairings: James/Vesper, James/OC a girl who's equal to James
Favorite Scenes: The shower & torture & ending death scene in Casino Royale; the whole ending of Goldeneye
Favorite Lines: "The name's Bond...James Bond."; "Shaken, not stirred."; "I have no armour left. You've stripped it from me. Whatever is left of me- whatever is left of me- whatever I am...I'm yours."; "No James. I expect you to die for me."
Why I love to write about it: Daniel Craig kicked ass as Bond. If you didn't like him, that's fine. I loved him and he is my all-time Bond. He had an amazing range of acting when playing Bond, and he made him a very complex guy to write about it, which is always fun. Please don't bash Craig to me, if you don't like it, just simply stay away from my Bond flicks, or picture Bond as your favorite Bond.
Favorite Characters: Caleb Danvers, Pogue Parry, Reid Garwin, Tyler Simms in that order, loved them all, Kate, Evelyn Danvers
Favorite Pairings: Caleb/OC, I can handle some slash if it's well written, mainly just Caleb/Tyler since it's oldest and youngest, which is so cute
Favorite Scenes: Beginning sequence with the cliff dive/entering party; the fight at Nicky's where Caleb kicks Reid's ass (soo hot); anytime the guys are in the pool; the Book of Damnation scene; the ending fight between Caleb/Chase
Favorite Lines: "-You ready to say uncle? -I'm ready for you to go to hell."; "I...will you...nothing."; "How about I make you my 'weyotch'?!"; "Well hell boys...let's drop in."
Why I love to write about it: It's such an awesome movie. The plot is great, but the history involved with the story let's you expand as much as you want. Plus, four hot guys is never a bad thing to write about.
Favorite Characters: Amanda Young, John 'Jigsaw' Kramer, Adam Fulkner, Lawrence Gordon
Favorite Pairings: John/Amanda; Adam/Larry
Favorite Scenes: Amanda's beartrap scene from Saw; anything in the bathroom from Saw; the ending of Saw; the ending of Saw II; Amanda in Saw III
Favorite Lines: "Most people are so ungrateful to be alive. But not you...not anymore."; "Lawrence, I have a family too. I don't see them, that's my mistake. It's a mistake I'd like to fix."; "I'm sorry. I know it's hard to concentrate when you're surrounded by so many things you could kill me with."; "Fix me. Fix me motherfucker. I'm standing right here!"; "You have to play by the fucking rules!"
Why I love to write about it: It's different. I don't usually like to do horror, but Saw is just an interesting topic. It's really fun to explore and create new themes within the already amazing story.
Favorite Characters: Dr. Cox, JD, the Janitor, Jordan, Dr. Kelso, Ted
Favorite Pairings: Dr. Cox/JD (one of the only slash pairings I love)
Favorite Scenes: Literally anything with Dr. Cox in it, pretty much any episode
Favorite Lines: Loving the Dr. Cox
Why I love to write about it: It's freaking hilarious. But no matter how funny it is, there's still so many emotions and drama and real feelings involved. It's exciting and fresh. Plus, Dr. Cox is ah-mazing! What a hot asshole he is.
The Fantastic Four
Favorite Characters: in order Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Ben Grimm, Johnny Storm
Favorite Pairings: Reed/Sue
Favorite Scenes: Anything with Reed, Reed & Sue at the place where they got together, the final battle with Doom, Reed's proposal to Sue
Favorite Lines: "Time for your lesson- Chem 101. What happens when you rapidly cool hot metal?"; "-Look at me. -I can't."; "No more thinking. No more variables. Sue Storm, will you marry me?"
Why I love to write about it: It's fun. All the characters are so completely different from each other, it offers a huge variety of character writing styles. The plot outline rocks, and it's easy to expand on, so stories can go anywhere, which is always fun.
There's definitely more out there. I'll continually update my profile with updates on what I'll be writing about, so keep checking back for all the updates! Hope you like my writing and stories. Feel free to e-mail me anytime, I'm always open to talking to new people. I also have a Myspace, my username is Dinnerroll, so if you have one, feel free to add me as a friend, I love meeting new people. ENJOY!!
Permant Disclaimer: I do not own anything that is copywrited. None of the movies, characters, histories, events, or any other elements that are from a movie or book or other form of media in my stories are mine, and I do not claim them as mine. I merely borrow them to make my stories more interesting than they would be if all the elements had to come from my own imagination.