Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter.
Hmmmm...I feel like I should put something in here. So, since my stories are probably what brought you here, I was thinking I was just going to put some pictures up that would help you visualize my stories better since there's really nothing exciting about me.
The New Generation Meets Its Match:
If You Can Dream:
This is Not My Idea:
The Rose Beneath the Beast:
Where the Heart Belongs:
That's all that I have. Hope you like my stories.
You know there is one more thing I can add. Here's a list of my favorite authors in case you're interested.
J.K. Rowling (obviously)
Stephanie Meyer (The Host is my favorite. I'm sorry, but I'm sick of overly obsessed Twilight fans and wished my friends didn't persuade me to see the 4th movie. It bit me hard; real hard.)
Melina Marchetta (one of my favorite authors of all. She, Elizabeth Scott, Courtney Summers, and Simone Elkeles are up there with J.K. Rowling. Read all of her books! I mean it. She's awesome!)
Elizabeth Scott (Perfect You, Something Maybe, Living Dead Girl, Love you Hate you Miss you, The Unwritten Rule, and Bloom are all really well written. Again, such an amazing writer. She weaves words like poetry.)
Simone Elkeles (If you haven't read Perfect Chemistry, get it now! One of my fav books. Also Leaving Paradise, Rules of Attraction, and How to Ruin a Summer Vacation are all great reads.)
Courtney Summers (Some Girls Are, Cracked Up to Be. She's my inspirational depressionist! She creates such strong situations that will have you begging for more. I can't wait until her Zombies book comes out, which I've never encountered one before.)
Meg Cabot (I'm sure you've picked up a few of her stories along the way. My favs are the Queen of Babble series, the Airhead series, the Mediator series, She Went All the Way, and Ransom My Heart. All so delightful reads.)
Cecily von Ziegesar (The It Girl Series keeps me in the "It Girl" world, lol. Love Jenny even though they crucified her character in the TV series of Gossip Girl)
Libba Bray (A Great and Terrible Beauty series. I teared up at the end of the third book)
Ann Brashares (Sisterhood of Traveling Pants series)
Jennifer O'Connell (The Book of Luke)
Lauren Barnholdt (Two-Way Street)
Lemoney Snicket (Unfortunate Events series)
Tamora Pierce (Anything by her is good.)
Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees
Chrsitopher Paolini - Eragon Series (Wish he could build upon Arya's character a bit more and had a better ending in the last book, but I enjoyed reading about the adventures and battles.)
J.R.R. Tolkein - Lord of the Rings series (Come on all you fantasy-loving people. This is epic!)
Nicholas Sparks (I can deal with him until I've had enough)
Jodi Picoult (Anything from her is good. The Pact, Salem Falls, Change of Heart, and Nineteen Minutes especially)
Angela Carter (You have to read her version of fairy tales. She makes them as dark and gloomy as can be. Kind of inspired me to write a lot of the stories you see below.)
Elizabeth Gilbert - Eat Pray Love
The Percy Jackson Series
Jay Asher - Thirteen Reason Why
Sarah Dessen books
The Hunger Games (I loved the first two. Oh, how l love Peeta. However, I hated the third and last book)
Graceling novels (such a great read - you won't be disappointed)
The Golden Compass Trilogy (Not bad)
The City of Bones series (Not bad either. Read better, if I may say so)
And of course old school books like: Catcher in the Rye, Big Fish, Of Mice and Men, the Secret Garden, The Giver, Charles Perrault, To Kill a Mockingbird, Old Yeller, I can go on and on.
If you got any I should try, just drop a note!