My secret's out! I've crushed on Draco Malfoy since the moment I saw that slicked-back platinum hair. Thank you, Tom Felton. Just...thank you! And thank you Warner Brothers for the image that is so not mine.
If you missed the first two parts of my 'Forget the Cowbell, I need more Draco Malfoy' conversation about fan fiction, here's a summary. Part 1 - Fan fiction's a way to develop supporting characters and their stories. Part 2 - Fan fiction's a nifty way to explore what-ifs. But Part 3 may be the biggest and best reason we readers and writers dare step into the fan fiction arena.
Part 3 - Fan fiction's a way to change the story's ending.
Second poll. Hands up if you wanted to change/add a romance. Come on. No Draco/Hermione supporters out there? ;) Honestly, I just don't believe you.
Last poll (I promise). Give me a nod if you want a lighter tale for the characters in that terribly dark series. Or the flip of that. You need (yes, need) to see the light and fluffy turn its darkest dark. Both can add depth and feeling, make us laugh or cry, and ultimately give me that one little thing I need like humans need oxygen.
Sometimes, I just need more Draco Malfoy!
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