Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
Favorite Pairings -
Harry/Luna: In my opinion they belong together in canon.
The Dogs and Shakespeare
The Dursleys are swayed by circumstance to accept Harry as he is: a cursed little blighter who gets into too much trouble and has the additional quirk of magic. He becomes a part of their family and finds that once outside his cupboard, he has a whole new world to explore. A world of games and toys and most especially, magic. He learns to wield it long before Hogwarts and finds himself elated at the existence of his secret world. When he makes his first real friends, he can't help but share magic with them.
Cloak and Dagger Circus
Permanently on hold because it was flamed too well. Summer before fifth year, far from DH compliant. Harry's escape into both the real world and his fantasies depends upon his skills of evasion, as he's being tailed by the strangest crowd of magical folk he's ever seen. Thank Merlin for Hedwig and Luna. Deliberately clichéd.
Warning: Old, unreadable garbage, should probably be deleted but I may harvest things from it later.
The title comes from the term Butterfly Effect. It is happily non-compliant with the seventh book, as the plans for it and the entire first chapter and most of the second chapter were already written long before even the release date for Deathly Hallows had been announced.
Harry spent years researching time travel only to find there is no longer a pressing need to employ his wisdom. At twenty-five, with no one but Dobby and Buckbeak at his side, he takes an irreversible leap into a world treading a near-identical path to his own, into 1973, where he has no intention of minding rules.
A lot of reviewers for The Dogs and Shakespeare ask the same questions, so there are probably even more people who don't review but wonder the same things, considering the subscriber to reviewer ratio.
Dogs and Shakespeare FAQ
(for the questions that just keep coming back)
Why is this story that was described as being about family and children all about family and children?
Will this ever be finished?
Outlook Not So Good, Cannot Predict Now, Reply Hazy Try Again, Don't Count On It.
What does the title mean?
The title was taken from a line in which Harry and the Dursleys will someday discuss Hogwarts. In Harry's mind both Shakespeare's works and 'the dogs' will come to be associated with the Dursleys' relationship to magic.
Does this story continue on to Hogwarts?
In ten thousand years, yes. I've never been in any hurry to get there. This story focuses more on Harry's incubation period prior to Hogwarts.
Isn't Harry's location an unfindable super-secret? (referencing chapter seventeen)
Even Sirius, who had just spent twelve years in Azkaban, knew to look for Harry in Little Whinging. The Ministry knows where to find him, the Weasleys turned up just fine and by the start of book seven Voldemort and every single Death Eater was fully aware of where he lived. Prior to Hogwarts Harry also had brief glimpses and meetings such as the one with Dedalus Diggle, which I do not believe were coincidences. This all suggests that old friends of his parents, anyone in the Ministry and close contacts of same could easily track him down if they were so inclined. If Albus really was trying to keep Harry's location a secret in canon, he failed pretty spectacularly.
One of the first people to learn Harry's new address was Hagrid and we all know how well he can keep a secret!
What are the pairings for this story?
There are no pairings in this story! :D
Seriously, the story is going to end when Harry is thirteen. At thirteen canon!Harry hadn't really noticed anyone in a serious way. While he might develop crushes, as children tend to do, he is not going to begin a great romance as a child. To me that sounds reasonable.
Ew, I hate (het/slash/Draco/Hermione), if you do pair him then just anything but that, please!
This is one of the big reasons why the story was intended to end when Harry is thirteen. I'm not willing to argue with anyone about what pairings are appropriate.
If I were to ever take the story up again and go passed age thirteen, I'd probably have him date a few people, boys and girls, with no apologies.