Author has written 10 stories for Harry Potter, Elder Scroll series, Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, and Far Cry.
Jan 7, 2013
Dec 28, 2012
Nov 22, 2012
As indicated by the title, the Avengers also make an appearance, although somewhat overshadowed by the Elder Scrolls world, although they will have a part to play later in the story. Steve Rogers is one of Harry's first true friends (He's there to rescue Harry from his relatives), and remains that way throughout the story, giving Harry a strong moral compass. it doesn't stop him from getting into trouble, and making friends with questionable sorts, though, as will be shown in later chapters.
July 21, 2012
SUMMARY: "Harry died. Voldemort won. The world burned. A hidden nation uses the Tessaract to send a message to the past, intent on preventing a dark future. This is the story of how they succeeded—and failed. AU, multi-crossover."
I'm very pleased with how this one is turning out. I've put much more thought and planning into it before actually putting pen to paper (fingers to keyboard, rather). Better to put thoughts down in some sort of outline before actually writing, and this process has been somewhat rewarding. I should also mention, I am looking for a beta for this one, if you're interested leave me a PM.
Unlike in previous stories, there is no pairing (though that may change). This one feels much more action-driven (though it's a little slow at first--Harry is six years old when when the story begins), and so doing any sort of pairing might not fit, and leaving out a pairing avoids the slash argument. I don't think I could write a hetro pairing to save my life!
I hate the 'please introduce yourself' mantle, but I guess that's how we get to know each other, right? So, this is a little about me.
I've been writing my own material now since about grade eight, although I've never published anything. It would be the ultimate dream to actually be published, even if it never went as far as say, Clive Cussler, or J.K. Rowling (two of my favourite authors). Just the same, it is a true art to be able to create a world, then draw your audience into it, and have them screaming for more.
So what kind of material do I like? Take a look at the two authors I mentioned in the paragraph above. Very different worlds, hmmm? As a kid, I loved Roald Dahl. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (btw, I thought Johnny Depp made a wonderful Willy Wonka); James and the Giant Peach; Danny, Champion of the World. All wonderful books. Another I liked was a younger author, Gordon Korman (sp?). His works may not be available outside of Canada. Look up a title "This Can't be Happening at McDonald Hall!".
Reading of course, eventually inspired my own creations. I used to lay in bed at night, visualizing my own worlds, if you will. Not dragons and magic so much at that point, but just, creating my own universe, scenarios, and so on. Sometimes I would dream those ideas, but it never occurred to me I should start writing things down until grade eight, as mentioned above.
I don't remember too much about my early pieces, although I wish I still had them, just to refer back and see how far I have come, how much I have developed my skill. That's for another day, however. This, is here and now.
So, there you have it. That is me, I'm glad to have become part of the community.
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