Reading fanfiction is the worst because you start out with “I’ll just read this cute one shot” then suddenly it’s four am and you have 12 tabs open and you’re crying again because THEY DESERVE TO BE HAPPY WHY CANT THEY JUST BE HAPPY
friendly reminder that Lucius Malfoy will always have better hair than yours, no matter what you do.
you know when you fangirl so hard you just sit there flapping your arms squeaking at the computer screen and laughing like a mental hospital patient
Hi-dilly-ho, followerinos. I hope you’re all doing okily dokily today. Your hair looks nice, and you smell divine. You’re making all the right choices in life and you make the world happy.
Now that your daily boost of complimentary self-esteem is out of the way, it’s time for a SPECIAL JASON…
Finally, after what seemed to be forever, Chapter 33 of Rebirth (a Hermione Granger/ Lucius Malfoy fanfic), has been posted.
Please pay close mind to the warning at the beginning of the chapter. Though it was never my intention, there may be triggering events during this chapter. Because of this, and the consideration that there may be some readers who would rather skip over this chapter instead of risking a trigger, I have written a recap of what’s happened in this chapter at the very end, under the author’s notes section, so that everyone can still read the events of the chapter and not miss out on what’s happened.
I apologize for the misleading word count as a result of this lengthy author’s notes section/recap, but I feel like if it’s helpful to at least one reader, then I feel like it’s worth the extra step.
As always, I love reading your comments, reviews, and seeing the notifications for favorites/alerts, so feel free to send me feedback! Enjoy! :)
I think I may have lost a few followers due to my inactivity, but I don’t quite remember how many I had beforehand, so…hmm. :( Sorry about that. I’ll try to be a bit more stable with my posts. Anyway…
For any writers, or readers who enjoy hearing the stories they encounter as oppose to simply reading them, but don’t have a text-to-speech program on their computer, I’ve found a site that may come in handy :)
I just used it to help me edit some text and it helped me catch quite a few mistakes that I doubt I would have noticed had I just been reading normally. There is a 1,000 word limit per segment though, so if you’re reading as oppose to editing, it may be a bit inconvenient to constantly copy and paste the text. :/
Oh well, still helpful! :)
Shrewd Slytherin from Fen