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Joined Sep '07

I'm 25, I enjoy reading fanfics and am working on writing my first ones, so hopefully i can get it together and post some of it soon, but even though the plot bunnies are hunting me I haven't quite figured out how to get it to sound like something I'd read, at the moment they all sound a bit forced which is annoying bc I know I can't just throw plot bunnies at people and make them go where I want them but I have summaries on written down and some even have a page or two.

My first fandom was Harry Potter or Sailor Moon which shows how long I've been reading over 10 years and the first HP one was slash. HP is still my main fandom but I have a soft spot for crossovers.

Avengers-Tony and just about anyone, Pepper/Natasha, Phil/Clint, Thor/Jane


HP/Supernatural- Harry/Dean, Harry/Cas, or Harry/Dean/Cas, Harry/Gabe

HP/Firefly Browncoat, Green Eyes by nonjon is utterly amazing and I've read it more then 3 times

HP/Anita Blake as long as it isn't Harry/Anita thats just tooo weird

HP/X-Men Logan/Harry, Remy/Harry, Logan/Remy/Harry

HP/Ouran Host Club Harry/Takashi

Supernatural Dean/Cas or Dean/Gabe

Favorite Quotes

probably one of my ultimate favorite quotes is from "Where in the world is Harry Potter?"by nonjon

Dobby admonished the silly caretaker. “No Miss Tonky. Dobby is an elf. Elves can’t do wizard magic. Dobby is apprenticing in Cheek, with a minor focus on Impudent Smart-Aleckology.”

Browncoat, Green Eyes by nonjon

“But if ever the time comes, where I’m forced to make a choice, you can bet your arse that as green as my eyes are, my coat is rutting brown!”

“You make the doughnuts.” River stated. “You never get rid of the person who makes the doughnuts.”

"So the world was falling down around her? Oh well. She was meeting Harry Potter? That's nice. Lord Voldemort walked through her front door? Oh dear. She would go out the back." Emma Lipardi

I'm not sure who said this or if i just kidnapped it from A Pirates Life for Me By Skye-Chan12: but it just had to be borrowed thanks

"The problem with defending the purity of the English language is that English is about as pure as a cribhouse whore. We don't just borrow words; on occasion, English has pursued other languages down alleyways to beat them unconscious and rifle their pockets for new vocabulary." James Davis Nicoll

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