Lainie xox [Contact
Hello. :) I'm eighteen years old, but unfortunately I haven't written fan fiction since I was fifteen or sixteen. I'm usually very much inspired by the events happening in my real life, and sometimes it gets woven into what I write. It amuses me greatly that there are certain things I have somehow predicted in my writing without knowing... I've noticed this while re-reading "Questioning Fate" for the first time in years. I find writing very therapeutic and a great creative outlet for me... however, lately I find myself more likely to draw or paint than write something worth showing others.
I hope you enjoy reading my fan fiction. :)
~ Lainie xox ~
1st-2nd Years •
The eve of Won-Won’s “coming-of-age” birthday, Hermione questions her diminishing hopes of rekindling a friendship between Ron and herself. In her meticulously neat, slanted cursive, she fluently inscribes her ulterior emotions and thoughts into her diary as she looks on Ron’s love life. One-shot.
3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Though not entirely visible from where Ron stood, he knew that one of those long lifeless black banners that hung so solemnly in its’ place, had the careful stitching of both himself and Hermione in shiny gold string. ‘In Loving Memory of Harry James Potter, the hero of two wars, and many hearts.’
This time, it was Ron and Hermione’s turn to be the heroes. The second war under Voldemort’s power has officially ended, but Ron is still at war with himself. His ever-growing feelings for Hermione are still ever-so confusing. When death befalls their very dear best friend, not everything in Ron’s world has to go wrong. And for once, he does something right. Ron and Hermione dance at a ball to This is the Night
by Clay Aiken.