So based on what I got from there, a little part of me wanted to find out more.
Right there, 4 shelves up, just above my eye level, was the first, second, and fifth volumes in the series (It’s a school library; you can’t expect them to have all 7, can you?
) I literally stood there, staring at the books for a good 5 minutes before I finally reached up, and pulled the book off the shelf by the smooth, worn, easily bent spine. I had actually told my sister, who was a huge (to use the fan-given name) Potterhead for a while, that I was never going to read the ‘stupid Harry Potter books.’ I have to admit, though, I was actually curious as to what happened in the books.
With inspiration from the books, I also ended up becoming a better creative writer than I was previously.
I was motivated by all these possible theories, and found out through the Harry Potter Fan Fiction readers that I actually had a talent for comedic writing, something I would have never dreamed of having.
” But luckily for me, the next thing I heard was an excited and surprised exclamation of, “Really? ” We then started exchanging references, listening to the other finish them, and hugging at the end. This is particularly special for me as I’d never had a friend before.
But, this statement has a response from , and as said by Brian Rosenthal (playing Quirrell) “It looks like you’ve got one now.” To bring everything together, and explain, in short, how this changed my life, Harry Potter started out as just a book that I might actually enjoy reading after all.Now, I know that most people will think that my reading a book couldn’t have possibly significantly affected my life, but really, they couldn’t be more wrong.In order to give off the full effect, I suppose I should start at the beginning, on that fateful day in 2011.Like Oath, our partners may also show you ads that they think match your interests.Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.Sure, I had the girls (and at that time, boy) that I sat with at lunch, but I suspected they were just being nice and letting me sit with them.When Brooke, the one person at the table I hadn’t really talked to yet, brought up Harry Potter, I unthinkingly exclaimed “Oh, I LOVE Harry Potter!All I really had to go from was what I’d seen in the movies, and there wasn’t much there either; I’d only catch little bits of the movies when my sister would watch the Harry Potter Weekends on ABC Family, and my friend invited me to see with her on birthday when we were in Kindergarten.All I can remember from either of those occasions was the Christmas scene from the first film, the death of Cedric Diggory (or as my sister called him to annoy me as the character was dead, Edward), a woman I now realize is Umbridge, and Sirius Black’s wanted poster.The Book That Changed My Life In every person’s life, there comes an experience, a person, or an event that will change the person’s life.Whether it’s for the better, or for the worse, their life will indeed be altered permanently.