what do you think about harry in this chapter

anonymous asked:

Hello dramione people!!! I absolutely love this blog💗💗 Well I wanted some fics with awkward or unsocial Draco. Can u guys recommend some??

Hi, check out the Draco: awkward tag.

Also, you can try these:

What He Requires by InconstantWriter - M, 8 Chapters - Sixth year; something’s up with Draco Malfoy. He’s become a loner, looks like death warmed up, and is barely even being a git anymore. Harry thinks Malfoy’s become a Death Eater, but Hermione thinks it has something to do with a Hufflepuff tie, the Room of Requirement, and a pair of French knickers. So, Hermione decides to figure out what’s *really* going on with Draco Malfoy…

Friend Number Three by riptey - T, 26 Chapters - COMPLETE - How do you deal with the Pureblood aristocracy, Ministry corruption, Muggle culture invasions, and constant questions about your love life while juggling more than two friends and not being a total jerk? Don’t ask Draco: he doesn’t know. D/Hr

Silent as the Night by Magical words from Muggle pens - M, one-shot - He only gazed, he never spoke… Draco/Hermione: One shot.

The Sentence by Sadmuse (Aleigh75) - M, 25 chapters - Draco is found guilty and sentenced to be executed for Dumbledore’s murder, despite the fact that he didn’t kill him, and new information comes forward about why he did the things he did. How far will Hermione’s goody-goody tendencies make her go to help one of her worst enemies? Especially when he doesn’t initially want her help.

Clash by optimise - M, WIP - He pisses her off like the ocean—in some deranged, poetic way of thinking. He’s too cold to dip your feet into and too windy to sail smoothly on and just—just way too high maintenance for one girl to navigate through.

- AgnMag

“I think I’d most like to spend a day with Harry. I’d take him out for a meal and apologize for everything I’ve put him through.”  -JK Rowling

I WOULD LOVE TO BE A FLY IN THE SOUP AT THIS TABLE

harry: was it really necessary to kill my grandparents?

jk: plot device, harry.

harry: A BROOM CUPBOARD?

jk: they had to have sympathy for you

harry: tim. buttercup. sally. marry.

jk: what are you doing?

harry: I NAMED THE SPIDERS IN THE SODDING BROOM CLOSET, JOANNE

jk: oh

two hours later:

harry: thank you for giving me sass, at least

harry: downs his drink

jk: oh dear

harry:  {pulls out order of the phoenix and opens it to chapter 35} let’s talk about what in the hell you were thinking when you wrote this chapter, please…

jk: i’m going to need to buy another bottle of wine, aren’t i?

harry: damn straight. keep ‘em coming. 

A Fan-fiction Update

Okay, so I’ve been thinking about this for a while and I just haven’t figured out how to tell you guys about it in a way that won’t make you upset, because that’s not what I want to do. I don’t want to make you upset. 

Here it is; I will be re-writing Fanfiction 

Recently, I’ve been proud of myself, and I’m proud of what I wrote in Silver Girl, and every time I would go back to read FF or try to write the next chapter all I could think about was that I could do better. I wanted to do better. So, I’m doing it. 

Deleting this story isn’t an option, I love Lucy, Harry, and Franklin far too much to ever let go of them, but I want to do right by them, I want to write the story that I believe they deserve and I know I can do it now. I got too worried about telling the story you, as the reader, wanted to read, instead of telling the story I wanted to write. And I don’t want to do that anymore, I want to give you guys a story, that hopefully you will want to read, regardless of how I’ve changed it, but I will not give you a story I am not proud of. 

I’m not going to post the rewrite until I’m nearly caught up where we left off, so probably not until I’m back from Florence. Maybe earlier, I’m not sure. 

I hope that this is okay with all of you, because this is how I’m going to do it. Thank you for understanding, and hopefully you’ll enjoy the rewrite as much as you’re enjoying this one. 

all the love

Eliza

Faye Mackenzie is a normal small town girl. She’s got a cat that despises (almost) everybody, a love for thunder and lightning storms and scary movies, and she makes the best blueberry crumble in the world - or so she’s been told.
When Harry Styles - quite literally - stumbles into her life, she knows she’s in for a summer that she’ll never forget.

A story about Indie films, small apartments, practicing accents, and summer love.

Bittersweet: A Harry Styles ou. Coming to 1DFF and Tumblr in 2017 (hopefully).

Story Elements: Incorporating Back Story

Anonymous asked:

I’ve been nervous about writing my story because I want to start with my main character’s backstory in the first few chapters, then work up to the current situations, but I feel like a lot of people will think the beginning is meaningless. I don’t want to get rid of the beginning because it means a lot to the character, and to other ones as well, but might be willing to change it up. Any advice on what to do? Thanks~

There are a couple of things you can do. For one thing, keep in mind that back story details (even important ones) can be woven into the story as it goes. Think about the Harry Potter series, for example. Even though what happened to James and Lily Potter was important, the story didn’t start when they started at Hogwarts. The details of what happened to them was built into the story at later points as information was given to Harry or as other characters discussed the past. Here are some ways to tie-in back story:

Exposition:

My walk to school took me through an old part of the neighborhood where I lived when I was in elementary school. The old house looked so different from when we lived there, but the house next door was just exactly the same. My best friend Terry had lived in that house, and supposedly her parents still lived there, though few people ever actually saw or spoke to them. They were never the same after the accident which took Terry’s life and almost took mine, too.


Dialogue:

“Why do you always look at that house so wistfully?” Taylor asked as we walked through the old neighborhood on our way to school.

“My best friend Terry used to live there, and I lived in that green one next door. Except it wasn’t green back then.”

Taylor was quiet for a moment, as though carefully selecting what she said next. “Terry is the one who died in the accident, isn’t she?”

“Yeah,” I whispered as we passed the house. 

“Do her parents still live there?”

“Supposedly, but no one I know has seen or spoken to them.”

Flashback:

My walk to school took me through an old part of the neighborhood where I lived when I was in elementary school. I hadn’t been through there in ages, but the moment I saw that fateful patch of road, the memory consumed me, blocking out everything else. Terry and I playing, her laughter as we skipped along, the screech of the tires…

“Are you okay?” Taylor asked, pulling me back into the moment.

“Just–remembering,” I said, feeling a cold sweat break out on my forehead.

Memory:

My walk to school took me through an old part of the neighborhood where I lived when I was in elementary school. The old house looked so different from when we lived there, but the house next door was just exactly the same. To this day I can still recall the moment of the accident with perfect clarity. Terry’s laughter as we skipped across the road, the screech of the tires, the screams of my neighbors. You never forget something like that.


The other thing you can do is sit down and figure out which details are so important they must be covered as actual scenes in your book, and which ones can be incorporated later on as suggested above. That way, you’re not getting rid of all the earlier scenes. Just the ones with details that can be incorporated in other ways. :)

Don’t you sometimes just cry, because Remus and Tonks were originally written in the last chapter, but they had to die because there had to be an orphan from the second war? Like, he’s written out of the movies anyway so most of the people don’t get the point, so why couldn’t they have let them live?

Then you think about them waving Teddy goodbye at 93/4 at the beginning of his first year and Remus holding Dora and kissing her cheek as they see their bundle of sunshine and happiness go off on his own adventure…

I understand that there’s plenty to criticize about HP and plenty of fun changes to canon to explore, but when it comes to people going “it doesn’t make sense that Harry would do this thing” it just gets me like…  Did you write seven extensive novels about this kid?  He does weird stuff.  JKR knows what weird stuff her Harry would do.  And it’s awesome to explore an alternate Harry who would’ve responded differently to his circumstances, but I think it’s safe to say this one acted like himself all the way through.  Right up to naming his child Albus Severus and becoming an auror.

(I’m sorry can you tell I’m hung up on this)