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Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: The First 100 Pages

"And are they getting married in my bedroom?" asked Ron furiously. "No! So why in the name of Merlin's saggy left-" Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Page 92 And so the magic continues. Four months ago as of the writing of this blog post, I embarked on a journey of pure fantasy. I wanted … Continue reading Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: The First 100 Pages

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Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: The End

"Somewhere out in the darkness, a phoenix was singing in a way Harry had never heard before: a stricken lament of terrible beauty. And Harry felt, as he had felt about phoenix song before, that the music was inside him, not without: It was his own grief turned magically to song that echoed across the … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: The End

New Years Bring New Dreams

New Years Bring New Dreams. New Dreams can come fresh out of the womb of mother creation inside the world of imagination. They are golden with opportunity, eager to grab on, and attentive to every sound. Hold onto them tight, hug them close, before they grow to a giant that can only be hugged by … Continue reading New Years Bring New Dreams

Writing is Exhausting

I have had a passion for writing since I learned English back in elementary school, around 3rd grade. I remember my first book was actually a bunch of tiny pages stapled together. I did the illustrations and writing all by myself. It was a story called "Hello Kitty Does Ballet." Obviously, I continued this journey … Continue reading Writing is Exhausting

The Use of a Diary

I used to hate diaries. I didn't hate them because I thought they were stupid. I hated them because I could never keep one. I could never sit down each night and just write about my day and thoughts. It seemed like a chore rather than something useful. I would always try and always give … Continue reading The Use of a Diary

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: The First 100 Pages

"'No, I was merely reading the Muggle magazines,' said Dumbledore. 'I do love knitting patterns.'" Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Page 73 *BEWARE: Minor Spoilers Lie Ahead* And so the magic continues. I absolutely love it when these books give us more insight on how the wizarding world works, so reading through Fudge's … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: The First 100 Pages

A Well-Told Story

The world is beautiful, though some may say there are some ugly things inside; but to a curious eye, an eye who seeks, everything is beautiful. So yes, the world is beautiful with scars and all, for the scars reveal life. There are scars in the shape of tear-stained cheeks. We cry because the world … Continue reading A Well-Told Story

How to Get Off Your Lazy Butt and Get to Work

I quickly learned that, for me, if there's no due date, then there will never be a do date. I can become the laziest procrastinator when I want to be. It's probably the main reason why it's taken me so long to complete the personal projects I am working on. Although, I can also be … Continue reading How to Get Off Your Lazy Butt and Get to Work

Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix: The End

"Sirius seems a million miles away already, even if a part of Harry still believed that if he had only pulled back that veil, he would have found Sirius looking back at him, greeting him, perhaps, with his laugh like a bark..." Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix, Page 844 And so the … Continue reading Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix: The End