Author has written 3 stories for Spider-Man, and Anne of Green Gables series.
I'm pretty new to fanfic. My three stories here, Hurtling Away (written about Gilbert and Anne between Anne of The Island and Anne of Windy Poplars), Once Bit, Deep Smit and Teens Genes Smithereens (both written about Gwen and Peter in The Amazing Spiderman film released 2012) are, I suppose, what must be a natural progression for someone who got a little bit too into Harry Potter and worked out most of her issues in a mega fanfic.
Teens Genes Smithereens is my current WIP and I am LOVING it. My Amazing Spiderman DVD is gonna be crusty with age before Christmas at this rate! Of course, I just have to keep going back to check up on, ahem, details. If you're looking for a tops meme, google "with great hair comes great responsibility" - yes!
As for the mega Harry fic, eventually I'll move it here, I guess, but if you've liked my stuff on here and want to read some more, and if you're a Harry Potter fan, you might like my first story, Towards Kings Cross which you can find here:
I'm one of the many who saw the vast cavern of opportunity provided by that gap between the end and the epilogue and leapt right in! It's five years old now and so I look back on it with some cringing but I think if you can get past the clunkier first chapter then you might really get into the rest.
And then, if you liked that one, and you don't get too stressed out about unfinished stories, you might like to check out this one, Pensieve Peace, which is written as a continuation of Towards Kings Cross:
I have to say, I've just been re-reading it and seeing some potential! Who knows, maybe I'll pick it up again and finish it one of these days!?
Essentially, I'm one of those people who would really love to write but is realistic rather than pessimistic about my chances of doing that in any kind of real-world capacity! Though fanfic is my secret shame, it's also a vehicle for creative expression without too much creativity required, a vehicle for publication with all the fun of supportive audiences that give feedback and none of the time-consuming book tours :) and a vehicle for escapism when all of the pointy ends in life are getting a little close to my eye.
See? Even this was fun to write!
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