Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter.
DISCLAIMER: Anything that is recognizable as a published work by another writer, I do not own.
Read anything, question everything, and then write about it.
Youth services librarian wandering around in endless fandoms.
Accidentally Okay: After the Death Eaters have their fun at the World Cup, Dumbledore decides to send Harry back to the Dursleys' just in case. Harry shows up at Hogwarts with a broken arm, and Dumbledore takes extreme measures when he doesn't believe Harry's story.
I worked on this on and off for about a year before finally posting it. A few months after I had written about 3,000 words, it suddenly morphed into this 15,000 word monstrosity in a matter of days. It could really be more than a one shot, but would end up taking more time then I have at my disposal. I'm content to leave it as is after writing/editing around grad school semesters. Written April 2014-May 2015.
Breakfast with the Dursleys: The Potter kids get curious one day about why their dad never cooks bacon for them. Harry decides to show them why.
This was the first story I've posted past high school, and actually the only one that I ended up getting feedback from a beta reader on (Spark Writer and Demophobic did some amazing work, btw). It came from one of those fleeting thoughts I'll sometimes get in class about what might be a cool thing to do or look at, and it's the first thing I've shared that I continue to be happy with when I remember it's public. Written April 2012.
Deadly Game of Phone Tag: Harry Potter is extremely bored one summer; inexplicably, he sends a cell phone to Lord Voldemort, which begins the craziest summer of his (and Voldemort's) life. Sequel is posted, taking place in the next summer for some more technological fun!
This was the first story I posted on fanfiction.net, and so it is near and dear to my heart, though I admit to it being horribly written with no plot whatsoever. That said, I've decided to (eventually) fix the punctuation/grammar in both the first one and the sequel. However, the appeal of Phone Tag was its spontaneity, and thus, I will leave the plot and random plot elements as they were when I wrote it in the first place. Like it or leave it. Written from June 2006-August 2007.
Crack Stories of Old: a collection of crack fic-lets which I decided should stay on the site despite their...insanity and AU tendencies. These include a Firebolt obsessed Harry, Snape with a clean mop of hair, an insane Hermione, and a Christmas at the Weasleys. Separately, in a Dark Lord version of the collection, Lord Voldemort tells a rendition of his AU death, and writes a letter to Harry Potter after successfully bringing about the death of Albus Dumbledore. Written from July 2006-January 2007.
A Costly Mistake: Draco Malfoy is assigned to capturing Harry Potter for none other than the Dark Lord.
This was probably the first "serious" fanfic that I wrote (aside from an eight chapter fic that I wrote to fill the void of HP7 before it came out, but let's not talk about that.) It actually evolved from a role-playing HP site where you had homework assignments to do every week; I didn't end up staying on the site for more than two weeks, but it was pretty interesting. This came from a charms assignment asking how you would combine a potion and a charm to serve your own purposes. It was only supposed to be a one shot; I could have used any character, and I pretty much filled the roles as I needed them. Written June 2007.
Through the Window: While Harry hid by the lake, contemplating Sirius' death, Dumbledore was watching him from his office. What may have been going through his head as he observed Harry after telling him about the prophecy.
I'm actually content with this one shot; by the time I posted this, I was getting more into a feel for my writing style, pulling away from what could be referred to as "pulling random things out of my constantly running imagination and throwing them together into some poor excuse of a plot." Don't get me wrong, I loved doing crack like that, but writing something a little more serious and actually looking at character motivation and development was a big step for me, and this story really helped me to adjust to how I should be writing if I ever wanted to go beyond high school English. Written October 2009.
What's to Come:
The thing that was up and coming has been posted. Guess it'll be another three years before anything else happens!