Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
Hi there, Reader,
My name is Annabel-Lee-Lovegood. I have two stories so far. One is called "Daisies." It is complete. There are twenty-six chapters. Hopefully, if you decide to read it, you will enjoy it...though I do feel a bit pathetic for never breaching 20,000 words...when I have twenty-six chapters. The next one is a sequel to "Daisies." It is called "Chrysanthemums." Eleven chapters are posted.
Some of you have commented on the "Alternate Universe," so to speak, of "Daisies" (this also applies to "Chrysanthemums"). It is a mark-worthy statement, and I recognize it. Just keep in mind that I tried to create it so it wouldn't actually disrupt the goings-on of Harry's World. I wanted to make my own story while not letting it get in the way of the books too much. Sure, it might be a little different, but the way I mapped it out, with a follow-up to in mind, I tried to keep it to a minimal interruption. So, please don't allow this to pit you against it without even analyzing the effort I put into it. Just give it a shot.
Anyway. I did create "Daisies" with a sequel in mind, as some of you I think requested in a review, but I only have bits and pieces written up. Also, it is very cliche, and I will only continue with it if there is genuine interest in hearing more. Would you really like me to? I will warn you, though, it's...different than the first. I'm still in the process concocting the whole story. (Not many chapters are fully written, and random tidbits are circulating in my mind and on scattered pages of my notebooks at this time.)
As for future plans, I was thinking of doing a sort of an examination of the mind of Tom Riddle. It would be AU--but only for the fact that I doubt he ever came close to falling in "love". This would be a more "what if" scenario.
All right. Moving on. I must admit, with school, my updates are fairly slow, and I apologize. I have so much homework, and so many post-high school occasions to prepare for. Just please bear with me; I promise to finish what I start.
On another note, concrit and reviews are welcome. I am, after all, here to improve my writing skills. However, please refrain from posting "you suck" comments. If you really think that, at least give me a reason why so that I may improve. Then, I will consider your critique a valid criticism.
P.S. I do not own Harry Potter, Harry Potter characters, or any other of J.K. Rowling's ideas.