Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter.
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So ... Sometimes I write fanfiction. More often, I read it. When it's good, there's nothing better. When it's bad, oh my is it stinky. I really love the former, and there are a surprising number of them out there. I imagine mine is somewhere in between. Hopefully closer to the less smelly side.
I have other, original projects (who doesn't, am I right?), and I have a life, so I update stories when I have a lull. There are two multi-chapter stories I had on this site and removed when the MA crackdown happened. I wanted to do the right thing, so to speak, and remove them before they were removed for me. The beginning of Lily's Revenge can still be found on Granger Enchanted, although I'm not sure when I'll update it there. I should, I know (and if any of you care, I am sorry). I just prefer the open format here at ff and I don't have a lot of time to edit stories that I write as a guilty pleasure. I might repost those stories at some point, but I don't have any immediate plans to do so right now.
Obviously from my postings, I enjoy the Harry Potter universe, and mainly prefer Hermione-centric stories. I like it when she's written well, as she's my favorite HP character of the Trio. Other than her, I like antiheros and oddballs: Snape, Luna, Moody, Tonks. You get the picture. I also love well-done HP crossovers. I may try my hand at a HP/Twilight story at some point, if I can think of something that hasn't been done a million times.
I myself am a Luna who wishes she were more of a Hermione, since I admire Type A personalities. I am more of a Type F, I'm afraid.
Thus concludes this episode of "Author Profile." Join us next time, when we learn all about how the author's hair frizzes in humidity and that embarrassing itch in her gym socks.
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