Rules of Harry Potter Fandom Rules of Harry Potter FandomMore Like This
1.NEVER say that you hate Harry Potter!
2.Read all of the Harry Potter books
3.See all of the movies
4.Even if the movies suck, you must still appreciate their attempt to reach the amazing-ness of the books
5.Go to midnight premiers
6.Dress up at the midnight premiers
7.Jump anyone who shouts out spoilers
8.Have a friend who you talk about Harry Potter with 24/7
9.Eat Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans
10.Always have your wand available
11.To poke people with
12.In the eye
13.Never tell spoilers to friends
14.Be a part of a Harry Potter fansite
16.Listen to Harry Potter podcasts
17.Read books about the books written by authors of other books not assciated with Harry Potter
18.Love J.K.R with all your heart
Character Profile OutlineMore Like This
Okay, before anybody starts to think this is some weird idea, let me explain.
For anyone who knows how to write (and I mean, REALLY knows how to write), you understand that a good story has everything written out on paper first. You know, stuff like Outlines, Plot Triangles, Character Profiles. This might be of a challenge to some of you and tie you down, but unless you are capable of keeping every piece of information in your mind, this is a good resource to fall back on. If you do not need this, then fineyou arent required to use it. According to Science Fiction Writers of America, do character sketches and plot summaries but do not let yourself be locked in by your planning documents.
In time, I will devise a website that will help more than just creating your character. On said site, I will post other outlines that will help YOU with YOUR writing, along with some very useful information.
Lipstick (George Weasley X Reader)More Like This
George’s eyes once again flicked down to your lips, a fact which you were unaware of, and Fred nudged his twin before quietly slipping away. You three had been the last ones in the Gryffindor common room, working on an essay for History of Magic, and you were reading and hastily scribbling down notes while George was trying to pluck up the courage to kiss you or tell you how he felt or ask you to the Yule Ball, or anything to let you know that he liked you.
He had known you for years; you were one of his father’s friend’s children and had visited them at the Burrow from a young age. You were Fred and George’s age, and thus younger you had felt more comfortable around them than the other Weasleys. You did however love Ron and Ginny to death, as you had always wanted younger siblings. You treated Ginny like a little sister who you doted on, and you loved to tease your ickle Ronniekins.
George was remembering pranks you had helped him and Fred pull when you finishe
Why Fred Weasly?George knelt down on his knees, his hands shifting through his pile of junk at the back of his closet. He rummaged around, looking for a clean pair of socks and annoyed that none had emerged for the past few minutes. Something soft and familiar brushed his hand and he picked it up, getting a closer look at it.More Like This
His eyes filled with tears as he saw a woolen sweater with a large letter "F" blazing in the front.
"Fred," George said sadly, his voice thick with tears.
His heart, thought to be recently patched up, creaked open again.
Greif overwhelming him, George clutched the sweater to his chest; he bent over in agony. Each beat of his heart brought fresh waves of pain, each breath felt raw in his throat. The heaviness in his soul was weighing him down.
A scream burst out of his gaping mouth, as silent a whisper but it poured out all his sorrow and angst in one single, low, endless note. The scream did not help what's so ever; it only added to his misery.
Heart wrenching sobs shook his body