cinnamon, The Reader
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I found this website once a few years ago as a guest, but it was too good to leave behind and I came back. I'm more of a reader than a writer, but I hope you'll enjoy any storygames I do make. Most of mine will be based on real-life incidents. When I'm not reading or writing, I'm playing soccer, acting, sketching, or dancing. I also write songs, and I hope to release one soon.
Harry Potter Fan-fiction
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A mysterious island. A beautiful girl. A heartbreaking decision.
Recent PostsReading list aka Harry Potter can suck it on 12/27/2021 6:22:43 PM
In my humble opinion – the first Harry Potter book was unbelievably descriptive. I gotta agree with everyone on that. But to be honest, the last book in the series was just AHHHHHHHH amazing. It's the only one in the series that I still read. I came upon the series about eight years ago, when I was still in elementary school. My dad had read the entire series several times and recommended the series to me. I had loved it – the first book got off to a semi-slow start, but the language was easy to read and I liked that there were some British phrases (I was particularly fond of Ron's constant exclamation of "Bloody hell!") but overall I loved the entire series. I think J.K. Rowling did an amazing job with character development over the course of the series. And it's hard to keep things realistic but also PG enough for kids, and she really did succeed at that part. Another great thing about the series is that she leaves clues about future events SEVERAL BOOKS before. They're tucked in so subtly that you usually don't notice until you re-read and realize it, which is super cool and definitely a plus. I absolutely hate books that when you begin them proceed to insert a whole random summary of all the previous books just because the character is thinking about it. Why would you assume that readers haven't read the last three or so books? But I digress. Overall, J.K. Rowling's reputation exists for a reason, and she remains one of the richest and most well-known authors to this day. Not to mention that part two of the seventh Harry Potter movie is one of the most successful movies! Honestly, I think that you ghould write 320 pages of an exciting book for kids and make 1.017 billion dollars before you judge. Just my opinion! Love this website, by the way. I joined recently.
Book Recommendations on 9/2/2021 4:50:04 PM
Hey there, mizal — as someone who has read the book, I'd like to clarify that it is not at all another Mary Sue book. I can't say why unless you don't mind spoilers, but it all happens for a reason and sexism is not it. As for June having no flaws, she tends to be very impulsive when it comes to the people she loves and also isn't gorgeous — she reveals that she is insecure about her weight and the first thing that Day notices about her is her messy hair. As said in a book review, she is " surreal but at the same time, she's very human". Overall, she was one of my favorite characters as a strong female who fights for the ones she loves. I'd say more, but because I recommend reading it, I'll refrain.
Book Recommendations on 8/31/2021 7:08:29 PM
Hi there, stargirl, I am also a young reader and have so far enjoyed the following dystopian books. - The Girl Who Dared To Think, by Bella Forrest - the Shatter Me series, by Tahereh Mafi - Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (although that does include mature language, so if you're sensitive to that type of thing then this may not be the book for you) - Legend by Marie Lu (though this one has violence in it, including plagues, murder, fights, and mentions of torture. Still one of my favorite books, though) Hope this helps! :)