Author has written 16 stories for Harry Potter.
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Stories: To hell with canon! I write fanfiction!
The Revised and Revisited What a Summer: Summers are meant to be a time of fun, laughter, and intense heat. Lily's summer looks to only include the latter. Sadly. Because of, simply, James Potter. Yes, formally plain old What a Summer, before I decided to re-write it. It was crappy. Anyway, the new second chapter is in the works.
I'll Have To Thank Him Later: This is actually a series of one-shots, only I'll is posted. Have To is taking awhile to finish. Think it’s because I’m writing it RHr and I’m not a fan of RHr. And there’s a whole load of different pairings, set in Harry’s time.
James Potter’s Not To Do List: Things James Potter is not allowed to do. Because he doesn't want to, or because of the consequences, that's a whole different story. I don’t even know how this is coming. If I finished 50-75 or if that’s what I have to finish. And I’m too lazy t check.
Once Upon A Faerie Tale: Faerie tales are child's play. Or at least that's what Lady Lily thought until her life practically became one. AU. Old plot, different story. This is actually such a great story, I think, and I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback on it. I know the plot is a little over used, but it’s so cute to think about. And besides, mine is very different from any other ones I’ve read (at least that’s what I like to think. I can’t really say, actually).
Confessions to a Stag: Lily Evans has so much on her mind. Including James Potter. So she takes a walk on the grounds and meets a stag. Ugh. I really don't like this one, but other people do, I guess. It's too cliché and whatnot for me. There was no depth and it was unrealistic. And it was the first or second story I posted, so….
Empty: Bare, blank, devoid, stark, vacant, barren, hollow, abandoned, forsaken, depleted, meaningless, worthless. Empty. This one I really like, even though it’s not that popular among everyone else. It just works for me, I suppose.
So Just Tell Me: Answer Lily just her one question, that's all she asks. I think this is good for a laugh. A small laugh, at least. I worked on it whenever I got mad at my brother. I think it made it easier to get the right tone.
His Point Of View: His point of view on the moment that was considered to change everything. Missing moment. Meaning a moment in time. I will be horribly disappointed in your inference skills if you tell me it’s too short.
She Walked In: She walked in. Not on what she had planned to walk in on. Another Missing moment. Read His Point Of View for more details.
Mars Bars: Lily could have any candy she wanted, and she wanted Mars Bars. You know, I didn’t even remember that Harry had wanted Mars Bars on his first trip to Hogwarts. Thanks to Emmasj for pointing it out to me. I really like this one anyway.
Never Wonder: Never wonder about things. You'll be better off. For a while, at least. I think this may be a bit of unrealistic thinking, but I could be true. And I think it’s nice to think that they got along anyway.
Speling and Grammer: Lily Evans is relly, very, extremely bored. So bored she doesnt bother to corect the auther on speling and grammer. So bored she recroots James Potter to entertane her. My word processor hated me for this one. There were so many red and green lines, my eyes hurt (but it’s all phonetical, so it shouldn’t be too hard to read). And please note, the spelling and grammar mistakes are on purpose! This is a cute story, and it wouldn’t work without them. It’s especially funny, I think, for those people who are really picky about spelling and grammar (like me).
The Way It Used To Be: He doesn't realize who he stumbled upon until he thinks back. Far back. This one is crazy. It’s weird. I just can’t bring myself to delete it though….
Worrying and Fretting and Worrying Some More: Harry Potter is worrying and fretting and worrying some more. I gave myself a time limit on writing this, and given that fact, I think it’s pretty good, for what else I might have done.
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