Please read and tell me what wewe all think about it! My first one *fingers crossed*
Summary: My first ever fanfic! The inayofuata Generation kids can't get enough during krisimasi at the Burrow! All ages set two years before epilogue.
A snowball sailed through the air, nearly missing a blonde head as it hit a tree. "Take that!" cried fifteen mwaka old Victoire Weasley as she got up and aimed a snowball at her sister, thirteen mwaka old Dominique Weasley. Dominique squealed as the snowball collided with her forehead. "I'll get wewe for that!" she yelled, as she chucked a snowball through...
I decided to write this makala because I have seen many maoni lately that kind of bother me.
There are several picks in which this has come up, but the last one I have seen, and the reason why I am uandishi this is the question: ¿Have wewe completely changed your attitude towards a character after reading/watching their past stories? (or something along those lines)
I have been on the Harry Potter spot for a while now and I constantly find myself getting asked "why do wewe like Bellatrix?" So I decided to type up this article. Thank wewe lifeisgoodx3 for inspiring me to do so.
So why would some one like a person who killed Sirius, Dobby, Tonks, and tortured Hermione and the Longbottms? Well I actually have multiple reasons as to why I like her; Bellatrix stands for what she believes in, she's crazy and funny, pretty, unique, strong and confident, she has an interesting story behind her, I can relate to her, she has potential to be a good guy, and I have a...
Ever wondered what the dedications at the beginning of each Harry Potter book mean? wewe can find all the majibu on this page!
Harry Potter and the Philosopher/Sorcerer's Stone For Jessica, who loves stories, for Anne, who loved them too, and for Di, who heard this one first. Explanation: Jessica is JK Rowling’s twelve-year-old daughter. Anne was Jo’s mother, who, unfortunately, died of Multiple Sclerosis on December 30th, 1990. Dianne, au “Di," is Jo’s younger sister who she read Philosopher/Sorcerer’s Stone before Jo sent it off to be reviewed.
I'm basing this review mostly on J.K. Rowling's official words and a little on the books's content. I write this regarding how the swali of the educating style is often pondered and some even think "all pure-bloods were nyumbani schooled".
The purity of one's blood is not relevant to how a child is schooled before Hogwarts. With the exception of families like Malfoys au Blacks who would probably die before sending their kids amongst muggles to learn anything. But whatever few pure-blood families there were left - as far as I see - most of them are not known to be like those two, but have a respectable...
- It isn't illegal to do this, since the publisher ilitumwa it up on the internet first, just in hard to read handwriting.
OK, So this is J.K Rowling's 2 Page StoryCard. Read it first, and the read my thoughts about it. Then, wewe can post your's in the comments!!
********* The speeding motorcycle took the sharp corner so fast in the darkness that both policemen in the pursuing car shouted,"Whoa!" Sergeant Fisher slammed his large foot on the brake, thinking that the boy who was riding pillion was sure to be flung under his wheels; however, the motorbike made the turn without unseating either of...
Greetings Fellows! I'm Isabellagirl033 and I've written this makala to clear the confusion that many of wewe seem to make. I've seen and heard many people classifying Ginny Weasley as a Mary Sue character. Yikes! Jk Rowling has made the character of Ginny Weasley a very complex one. She evolves from a shy, little girl to a fiery and outspoken redhead. The problem is that Ginny has so many positive characteristics that they overshadowed her flaws.
Ginny indeed has many flaws etc. * In the Chamber of Secrets, Ron himself says that "Ginny never shuts up, normally" meaning that one of her flaws is...