Changes to the Story That Made No Sense

Here’s a list of how the story about Tyler Potter has been changed:

  1. The moment where Harry Potter makes his stupid wish and the world is changed forever.
  2. Tyler’s life with the Herron family.
  3. NO SLASH!!! (Sorry, Harry, but I cannot let any slash be in my story)*
  4. Getting Tyler away from the Herron.
  5. Alternative meeting with Matthew and Coco
  6. Changing the names of Harry Potter characters and places.
  7. Eliminating all references to Harry Potter’s past life.
  8. Tyler is now Tyler Foster.
  9. No Lord Voldemort.
  10. The story is to be as realistic as possible.

Well, that’s some of the ideas that I’m implementing for the story, which will now be titled “This Story Makes No Sense“. Look for that story to be released soon!

refers to the story on where Harry is constantly begging me to make the story a slash story and to put Tyler and Hayley together.


Who is Hayley Chame?

Contrary to popular opinion, Haley is not who you think he is. Which means he is not the secret love child of Lily Evans and Severus Snape. But he is significant to the story nonetheless. 

When I originally wrote The Story That Made No Sense, Hayley and Tyler were to be a couple. Yet when people begged me to make them a gay couple, I pulled the plug on that series. But the story about Hayley cannot be ignored, so I decided to put it back in to the new series that I’m writing, albeit a different outcome. Yet we don’t see much of Haley and this new story, as Hayley has already played his part.  

So what role will Hayley play in your new story?  

I’m glad you asked, Because while I have yet to decide what to do with Hayley right now, I see him as more of the delusional fanboy boy who is stalking Tyler as opposed to being Tyler’s love interest. At the same time, however, I hate to say it, but Hayley does not play a significant role in Tyler’s story.  Sad to say though, this is what happens when you create a character who doesn’t contribute anything to the story. 

Who is Tyler Foster?

Before we go any further, I must ask: Who is Tyler Foster?

I’m glad you asked, because we’re going to see him in this story. I’ve already written a description about him in another blog post, but this is when we will get to know him.

Tyler was born on May 9; his parents were Joseph and Matilda. (Because I’ve grown critical of orphans being the heroes, I decided to leave Tyler’s parents in the story and give them a chance to deal with Tyler’s misbehavior.) I’ve yet to decide which city he was born in, but I know it’s in Northern England, as opposed to him being born in London, England.

In this story, Tyler has a huge imagination and often goes on wild imaginary adventures. This causes trouble for him and everyone else, especially when one of his imaginary stories destroys the school and injures a rival.

Meet the Characters

OK, here are some of the characters we will meet in this story:

  1. Tyler Julian Foster – Tyler is the main hero of this story. He has a huge imagination and loves to make up stories. Yet he often gets in trouble for having a vivid imagination and sometimes takes things a bit too far. When he is kicked out of Pinecastle Academy in England for causing a huge distrubance and is sent to Kegarth School of Magic in Canada (town to be decided later), Tyler realizes that he needs to shape up or else he won’t become the wizard he was meant to be.
  2. Matthew Larson – Matthew is Tyler’s best friend in Pinecastle Academy. He is often involved in Tyler’s imaginative stories. That was, until one of their games causes destruction to the school. Matthew and Tyler are separated when Tyler is sent to Kegarth School of Magic in Canada.
  3. Skylar Kressler – Skylar is Tyler’s other best friend and fellow roleplayer. She is often known as the voice of reason. But when Tyler is expelled from Pinecastle Academy and sent to Kegarth School of Magic, Skylar is upset, yet she had warned Tyler that his bad habits of ignoring the world would backfire.
  4. Hayley Chame – Hayley is Tyler’s friend and rumored love interest. This doesn’t please the headmaster of Pinecastle, and he tries to separate the two boys. When Hayley and Tyler are caught together one day, the headmaster expells both boys, sending Tyler to Kegarth School of Magic.
  5. Malcolm Durham – Malcolm is Tyler’s rival and worst enemy, as Tyler refused to be his friend when the boys were younger. The rivalry between them was what caused most of the trouble Tyler deals with in the story.

Of course, when Tyler goes to Kegarth School of Magic, he meets Jonah Clifford, Corey Griffith, Laurel Waterman, Helen Sterling, and Caleb Matthews. Only time will tell if they become friends or rivals, since Tyler’s reputation as a troublemaker is something that will hinder him for a while.

Welcome to the Blog

Hello, and welcome to the Blog That Makes No Sense. In this blog, we will explore a world where we know the Harry Potter books don’t make any sense. Knowing that, I will write a story about a magical boy that not only makes sense, but brings back the joy of reading to the world once again.

A brief history of the story:

OK, so I know that the story will be written in another blog post, but I have to get this out of the way first.

I first wrote the story after being disappointed with the final Harry Potter book. In fact, I thought that the Harry Potter books were poorly written and went on a downward spiral with every book in the series being published. I wondered what if I rewrote the story in a way that shows people where Harry Potter went wrong and what should have happened in the book series.

I tried to do that on, but the story fell apart in the sequel. I decided not to do that again.

Well, as I’ve said before, the story will be rewritten in a way that it makes sense.

Anyway, I’m excited to be starting this blog, as I have no idea of where this blog is going to take me. I already know most Harry Potter fans will come out of the woodwork and call me insane for bashing their beloved books, but I don’t care. The Harry Potter books are NOT the best, not where it counts.

I’ll be back in the next blog post.