Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
Here is my info:
Age-I was born in the mid-90s. Figure it out yourself, jackass. If you can figure it out, you get... NOTHING! Heheheheheheheheh.
Location-East Jesus Nowhere. But seriously though, in your dreams, pedo. If you figure this one out, you deserve a kick where the sun don't shine.
Hobbies-Reading manga, watching anime, watching some other TV shows (NCIS, NCIS:LA, Burn Notice, White Collar, etc.), kicking ass and ignoring names on video games, doing parkour/free-running, doing Jackass stuff.
Likes-My few friends, umm... not much else...
Dislikes-People who judge others at first glance, sex offenders in any form, and (though this may contradict the first one) dumbasses who think they are better than the rest of us and don't know their place.
Dreams for the future-My dreams for the future are few and far between at the moment, though suffice it to say I dream of a peaceful world in the end and will fight against anyone who ridicules or puts me down because of my nigh impossible dream.
Guys... Recently, Jeremy (My muse and evil alter ego) has informed me that Life He Never Had is dead. I personally believe he murdered it because he didn't like it. He's planted what he must believe to be a more realistic idea than a total rewrite in my head: a "Time Travel/Return to the Past" story. It will be known as "Harry Potter and the Master of Time". That is all I will say on the topic, as I have only recently begun writing it. I will also inform you that I have two Harry Potter crossovers in the works. A HP/Assassin's Creed cross, tentatively titled "Wizard's Creed", and a HP/Iron Man (mostly movie-verse) cross, not-so-tentatively titled "Magic and Iron". Further updates as Jeremy informs me of the storylines.
1.) OCs. One original character is fine, even if it's based on you, and is a massive Mary Sue or Gary Stu, but that is IF, and only IF the story and the characters themselves are well written. Two is ok, same as the first. With the third OC, you start to toe the line and get the beginnings of a pissed off reader and fellow author. Four balances on the line, leaning toward too many. Five simply crosses the line, and is where I start to get irate at an irresponsible and self-righteous author. I mean, it's FANfiction, that bit I understand, but the creator didn't die and make you God of his/her world, and so many OCs shows immense disrespect to that person, showing that you don't think their characters are good enough to write a story about, so you throw yours in and make them the focus, regardless if others appreciate it or not. Back on topic, though. Six OCs, and you as an author have sprinted at the line full-tilt, tripped over it, and tumbled ass over teakettle a mile and a half into Too Many Territory. More than six, and go kill yourself if you are a self respecting author. (Minor characters, incidentals, characters already in the series, but who have not been given names or fleshed out, and antagonists created for a story set after canon ends excluded)
2.) Spelling and Grammar. How damn hard can it possibly be to use Spell Check and a Grammar Check of some sort to make a story not look like it was written by a half-retarded chimpanzee? (Addendum: It really infuriates me if the summary is well written and the story looks like a retarded howler monkey with cerebral diarrhea wrote it)
3.) Flamers. Not a fanfiction peeve per se, but it really irritates me when somebody puts down a story when they themselves have never written anything, or if the story is extremely well written, but someone doesn't like it, so they call it a "worthless piece of crap" or that it "looks like a two year old wrote it" or something similar.
4.) AUs. When somebody goes to a section, 97% (an approximation and likely hyperbole of some sort) of readers don't want to see stories about their favorite characters in high school (unless of course that is the main setting), or in some ridiculous alternate world with no place names changed or even altered. I'm sorry, but those kinds of stories belong on the sister site FictionPress, with new characters and places. Again, like my OC rant, this shows that you feel complete disregard for the author and his/her work to the point that his/her story that has already been PUBLISHED is not good enough for you to use as a basis for yours. This is a trend that is running rampant in the Bleach fandom and is bleeding into the Naruto and Harry Potter fandoms little by little. PLEASE STOP BUTCHERING THESE FANDOMS! IN THE NAME OF GOD AND ALL THAT IS HOLY, PLEASE STOP!