Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter.
Stories in Progress (4):
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 will be returning to writing this autumn. I won't promise anything as far as postings go, but I hope to have Quaero finished and posted before the end of the year.
My Posted Stories (9):
1. The Forgiveness of Sins
I wrote this shortly after my eighteenth birthday. It isn't actually my first story - my first was a roughly 150,000 word story I didn't bother continuing or keeping up because of how shit it was - but it's the first story I liked enough to keep up. I haven't actually looked at it in over half a decade. Looking back, Tobias Snape was probably dead at the point of the Battle of Hogwarts, and he was most certainly not residing at Spinner's End either way, but whatever.
2. Diary of a Madman
Morfin's character piqued my interest when I first read the sixth book in 2005, and I noticed he wasn't given much attention in fanfiction, so I took some time over a two-week period and wrote it. This was actually written for something else entirely, and then I posted it here.
3. Regaining Hope
This isn't the only story I've written that isn't a one-shot, but it's the only one I've kept up. I'm not actually sure why I've kept it up. I'll likely never return to it, and I don't know what to say to people who ask about it even now, almost eight years later. To be honest, I don't remember the original direction I had 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. My other discontinued attempts at full stories - Denying Fate, A Life of Rebellion - were all eventually taken down, and no one's asked about them, so I may end up taking down this one at some point.
4. Confronting the Past
I enjoyed writing this one. It was written at a point when I really liked the character of Severus Snape. I'm indifferent of the character now, though I still don't see the point of bashing him, really - as if his character could ever be reduced to something so one-dimensional as pettiness. Mind you, I don't quite get character bashing in general ...
5. A Morbid Riddle
Diary of a Madman was not written with a continuation in mind, let alone several, but I enjoyed writing the Dumbledore's Pensieve scenes from another perspective, so I wrote another, and then I wrote how I thought a teenage Voldemort must have felt when he went to kill his family.
6. Between Allies and Enemies
Dumbledore and Voldemort would've never been allies, of course - Voldemort was determined to stand alone, and I don't think Dumbledore was right when he lit all of Tom's belongings on fire at their first meeting - but I don't think they were truly enemies until Voldemort declared war on the wizarding world decades later. Either way, I enjoyed writing this one.
7. Embracing the Present
This was actually intended to be a full story, with the one-shot itself being the first chapter, but I'd already been considering returning to Regaining Hope at that point, and later I actually had another idea for year 5 that ultimately never went anywhere, so I decided to leave this as a one-shot. The offer is still open: if anyone wants to write a story which follows these two, feel free. There are a lot of possibilities, I think.
At some point, I think in 2013, I began writing a non-boy who lived story called When Worlds Collide, where Harry was left with the Dursleys a week after Voldemort's attack 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. About a year after I'd begun, I came up with some of the ideas I used in Negligentia, and I eventually gave up on When Worlds Collide and began Negligentia in earnest. I may continue and post When Worlds Collide at some point in future. We'll see.
I wrote and posted Negligentia before it was revealed that Harry's paternal grandparents, rather than being Charlus and Dorea Potter as many of us have assumed for several years, are actually Fleamont and Euphemia Potter. Charlus could be anyone from a distant relative to Fleamont's brother, but he isn't Harry's grandfather. This means that Harry isn't actually an immediate relative of any of the Blacks, which I suppose makes sense, as the series makes it quite clear that the Dursleys are Harry's only living relatives; only the fact that his grandparents were nameless for so long, and a Potter was married to a Black in the 1900s, really had a shot at contradicting that. At any rate, because the grandparents don't have an actual impact on the story, I'll continue using Charlus and Dorea for my Negligentia series.
9. Negligentia: Absque
The first and thus far only continuation of Negligentia I've finished and posted. As it turns out, I actually really enjoy writing Remus and Tonks, and writing Teddy was a blast. I guess I like the Lupins.