July 1st, 2004
|dollsome||05:10 pm - Look, Dia!|
I was browsing the Favourite Fanfic Quotes thread on Sugar Quill, and . . . behold!
"This isn't exactly a quote, but a chapter title: "Falling Head Over Nose" in Diaries of a Dungeon-Dwelling Moron by Gedia Kacela. "
Score! :) Diaries is so world-renowned. Or . . . something.
And I may or may not just be really bored.
And someone quoted me!
. . . In IR. The weirdest chapter of IR ever, no less.
These threads are too much fun.
And this entry has a point!
Or, er, here, it can have one now--
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
What we know:
-The working title to CoS
-Doesn't refer to either Harry or Voldie (mwaha. I feel so rebellious calling him that.)
So . . . whaddya think it could be referring to?
Current Mood: bored
Current Music: Ballad for Dead Friends (Dashboard Prophets)
Oh, I'm famous!
... though I find that chapter title INCREDIBLY corny. Gads.
And... I need to continue on my writing of Diaries, don't I? Got a rather creepily obsessive begging review the other day... and some more before that. Hmm. They're going to come keel me or attack like the House-elves, aren't they?
I am going to comment on my own thread and discuss. Mwaha. Am so pathetic.reila
mentioned in one of her lj entries that there's a popular theory going around that Dean Thomas is the Half Blood Prince, which is an interesting idea, especially considering that JKR was originally going to have a lot about his backstory
in CoS. If Ginny actually is dating him, then there's another CoS-y coincidence, and . . . yes!
I've got a theory!(It could be bunnies.)
Okay, and here I am again. Because the patheticness can't just stop, dontcha know?? Righto.
I was browsing the SQ thread on the HBP, and thought this to be rather interesting:
as for the Half Blood bit. I originally thought of Seamus, and after reading everyone's posts I am still sticking with Seamus. if its anyone we've already met at all.
I find Seamus intriuging for many reasons. I believe that somebody close to Harry will betray him. you could argue that that space was semi-filled by Scabbers/Wormtail/Pettigrew. but I would like to see a gryffindor peer of Harry's to become a traitor. Seamus is suspect because he has already demonstrated distrust in Harry. neville's backstory is obviously significant, dean's has been shown to be irrelevant and will not be included in the novels. but what about Seamus? we've not heard about his dad. he wasn't at the QWC apparently, and we don't hear what he thinks of The Daily Prophet's articles about Harry. maybe his dad left his mother? maybe Voldemort will use this to make Seamus relate to him.
and another tiny (is anything insignificant when it comes to JKR?) detail from the first book. the Sorting Hat took a full minute to decide on Seamus's house.
so yeah, I think its Seamus.