Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter.
Works in Progress (3):
1. Limitless - Lily of the Valley story. Approximately 13,700 words written.
The above are working titles. The final titles upon posting may differ.
I've got more works in progress than the above, but none I focus as much of my admittedly limited attention on as those three. I'm aware it's been more than two years since my most recent story was posted. I've been far more interested in reading stories on this site than writing them, and I'm slowly becoming interested in beta reading. Nothing will come of that until at least autumn, but the idea is now in my head.
My Posted Stories (9):
1. The Forgiveness of Sins
I wrote this shortly after my eighteenth birthday. It isn't the first story I've posted here, but it's the first I've liked enough to keep up. I haven't actually looked at it in over half a decade. In retrospect, I suppose Tobias Snape was likely dead around the time of the Battle of Hogwarts, and he certainly didn't reside at Spinner's End, but whatever.
2. Diary of a Madman
When I first read the sixth book in 2005, Morfin's character piqued my interest. It continued to for some time, and I noticed upon joining the fanfiction community that he wasn't given a lot of attention, so I took some time over a fortnight and wrote this. It was actually written for something else entirely, and then I posted it here.
3. Regaining Hope
This isn't my only attempt at a full story, but it's the only one I've kept up. I'm not quite sure why I've done so. I'll never return to it - at least, not as it currently is - and I don't know what to say to people who ask about it even now, almost nine years later. I don't remember the original direction I'd planned for this one. Looking back, my Anashi character was mostly an exaggeration of Alastor Moody combined with some twist I'd intended on throwing in that related to his heterochromia. If I ever end up rebooting this story, the character probably won't be included.
Anyway, my other discontinued attempts at full stories from my late teenage years were all eventually taken down, and no one's asked about them since, so I may end up taking down this one at some point, too.
4. Confronting the Past
I enjoyed writing this one. I wrote it at a point when I quite liked the character of Severus Snape. I don't care about him one way or the other now, though I still don't see the point of bashing him - as if his character could ever be reduced to something so one-dimensional as pettiness.
Mind you, I don't quite get the point of character bashing in general, primarily because a story's writing tends to suffer as a result, but that's another discussion.
5. A Morbid Riddle
I obviously didn't write Diary of a Madman with a continuation in mind, but I enjoyed writing the Pensieve scenes from another perspective, so I wrote another, and then I wrote how I thought a teenage Voldemort would have felt during, well, all that.
6. Between Allies and Enemies
Voldemort and Dumbledore would've never been allies, of course. Voldemort was determined to stand alone, and I honestly don't think Dumbledore handled his first meeting with Tom very well, particularly since all he really proved by lighting Tom's belongings on fire was the notion of my might against your might. However, I don't think they were truly enemies until Voldemort finally declared war on the wizarding world. Either way, I quite enjoyed writing this one.
In the eight years it's been posted, I've come to realise that their meeting probably happened in the late fifties, or even at some point in the sixties, and not literally ten years after Tom left Hogwarts, but I don't think it matters enough to rewrite it. Consider it an AU if you must.
7. Embracing the Present
I'd actually intended for this to be a full story, with the one-shot itself serving as its first chapter. However, I'd been considering returning to Regaining Hope at that point, and then I started developing another idea for a year 5 story that ultimately didn't go anywhere, so I decided to leave this as a one-shot.
The offer is and will always be open: if anyone would like to write a story which follows these two, feel free. There are a lot of possibilities, I think.
At some point in 2013, I began writing my own take on the non-boy who lived story, dubbed When Worlds Collide. In it, Harry was given to the Dursleys about a week after Voldemort's Halloween attack, upon which he was formally adopted, and didn't learn about magic or his family until twenty years later, when he inadvertently ran into his eighteen year old sister at a coffee shop. Later, in 2014, I came up with some of the ideas I used in Negligentia, and I eventually gave up on When Worlds Collide and began writing Negligentia in earnest. I still toy around with When Worlds Collide every so often, and I may continue with it in future.
Not long after I wrote and posted Negligentia, it was revealed that Harry's paternal grandparents are actually called Fleamont and Euphemia Potter. Many here, myself included, had long thought Charlus and Dorea Potter to be his grandparents, but while Charlus could be anyone from a distant relative to Fleamont's brother, he isn't Harry's grandfather. This also means that Harry isn't actually related to the Black family, other than through his marriage to Ginny. I reckon this makes sense, though, as it's made quite clear all throughout that the Dursleys are Harry's only living relatives. Only the fact that his grandparents had been nameless for so long, and that a Potter had married a Black in the 1900s, really had a shot at contradicting that.
At any rate, because the grandparents haven't got an actual impact on my story, I'll continue using Charlus and Dorea for my Negligentia series. If I ever return to When Worlds Collide, I'll likely use Fleamont and Euphemia.
9. Negligentia: Absque
This is the first and, thus far, only continuation of Negligentia which is finished and posted. As it turns out, I quite enjoy writing Remus and Tonks, and writing Teddy is a blast. I guess I like the Lupins.
For those who don't like the direction in which I've taken Draco Malfoy for this series, you're probably not going to like my plans for the Malfoys in the stories to come, so I can't say I recommend future installments, depending on how they go. I don't know where some of you have come up with this liking I've apparently got for Lucius, because it doesn't exist, but I don't mind Draco, and I don't intend to stray simply because some of you don't like him. I've certainly not made him something unrealistic through this series, like a Veela, or pregnant, or whatever else thousands of stories on this site have made him into, for reasons I assume I'd physically cringe at if I ever stopped and considered them. In fact, thus far, I've only made him a background character with a connection to the main characters.
So, in short: settle down, give me time, and let me properly earn your contempt.