Author has written 23 stories for Kingdom Hearts, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Fullmetal Alchemist, and Silent Hill.
"I solemnly swear that I am up to no good."
Sooo...'Sup. Name's Kelly, I'm American, am twenty-six, and graduated college with a Bachelor's in English. Isn't that special of me.
So a bunch of my stories were deleted from this site because apparently using script format is akin to steamrolling newborn kittens for fun. Obviously, right? -_- I've uploaded pretty much every single thing I've ever written on Archive Of Our Own, including the old parody update notifications and the April Fools joke chapters as their own separate oneshots so you can successfully avoid them in terror. They're mostly unedited in my haste to get everything back online so some parts could still be better, but...meh. Some things will be posted simultaneously on this site and that one while others will most likely stick exclusively to AO3 and never be seen here ever, should be annoying. I've enabled anonymous people to comment and leave kudos and things, so if you're an old fan and you wanna say hi but don't want to sign up you should be able to, I like hearing from friendly-friends. *shrug* Here's everything I got so far, have fun:
So, because you obviously care so much, these are my currently undeleted stories and what I'm working on while I'm trying to avoid the crushing reality that is a life with no set goals or dreams (which is a bit hard at the moment, FOR SOME REASON):
Bothering Sephiroth is very nearly a true story. I got bored and started beating up Sephiroth when he wasn't paying attention, and eventually it became my first solo fic posted on this site. I'm very glad that at least ten people like it.
Harry Potter and the Deathly HALLOS! is something I wrote when I was stuck in the school library for three hours, where there are no good fiction books and where they block all the good websites on the school computers. This is what happens when I get bored. If you read this story, make sure to recommend a few good therapists in your review.
What Should've Happened in the Beginning is mostly movie quotes from the beginning of the Fellowship of the Ring movie, with a "Why didn't I think of that?" ending. Actually, people probably have thought of it. And written about it on here. Apologies if it seems I am copying someone's idea, I truly do not mean to.
I Don't Like Guys Who Are Shorter Than Me is a REALLY short oneshot about what really happened when Edward and Alphonse tried proposing to Winry when they were little. It's adorkable and I love it for some reason.
A Solemn Promise is a Lily/James oneshot that ended up being more of a Marauder oneshot than anything else, but it had Lily finally agreeing to go out with James at the end so I guess it counts. Basically it's my interpretation of how they began their relationship, and I'm just waiting for Pottermore to correct me on that. And BOY is it a good thing I didn't post my original inspiration for it.
By Any Other Name is a Tonks/Remus oneshot centered on Tonks that I thought up while listening to the PotterFicWeekly podcast. I poured a lot of myself into Tonks, 'twas fun to write. I apparently like writing beginnings of relationships that kind of turn out horribly...Hmm...
Silly, Silly Book Series is a parody series about the Harry Potter books, trying to find every plothole and stupid moment and mistake that I can and try to be funny about it, the first of which has been deleted by admins, though eventually re-uploaded with appropriate changes reluctantly made, and the rest of which are sure to be deleted eventually for no adequately explained reason as well sometime in the future.
When You're Older is another Marauder oneshot, illustrating my headcanon that James, Sirius, and Peter didn't actually tell Remus about the Animagus thing until after they'd already fully mastered it, so he wouldn't be able to talk him out of it and so he could deny knowing about anything if they were ever caught. I don't know why my mind palace insists that this is how it happened, it just does.
The Downside Of Being A Seahorse is my take on how dumb male pregnancy is in fanfiction, as told by four of my favorite characters while trying to keep them as in character as possible.
Familial Issues was prompted by a writing exercise that called for an argument between a couple that started in bed, so of COURSE it had to be Ron/Hermione. I also took the opportunity to whine about the problems that I've had for years with Hermione obliviating her parents being an insane breach of trust and how they'll never see her the same way again, so there were plenty of fun and rainbows to be had.
Who Brings Their Pets To Transfiguration? is my failed attempt at writing from the point of view of Peter Pettigrew and an if-only-style epilogue that probably went on way too long. YAAAAY WISH FULFILLMENT!
Echo the Absurd is the long-awaited Harry Potter/Silent Hill crossover that no one asked for. The plot of Silent Hill is that Harry Mason gets in a car crash, loses his daughter, and has to go through hell to get her back. Replace "Mason" with "Potter" and "daughter" with "godson," plus add wizarding world shenanigans, and you have a perfect recipe for absolute disaster.
And then there's a bunch of Kingdom Hearts oneshots that really just serve as notifications for my Kingdom Hearts parodies on my AO3 account so I don't just post author's notes because that's also against ff dot net's policy. See that one I get. Only a couple of them have any real thought in them, they're not meant to be very good, honestly.
No rest for the wicked, amirite?
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