Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter.
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I am completelyensnarryed, in more ways than one. My favorite stories are ones with the two characters who make up Snarry. I will read anything Snarry.
Right now I am trying to make sense of Deathly Hallows.
My favorite moment in the book was when I discovered what Snape's Patronus was. You can probably guess why. ;) If not, look at Harry's.
I like the dynamic between Grindelwald and Dumbledore. I also thought that plot line was particularly well done.
I hold no love for our favorite antagonist (Lord Voldemort); but I do think that he was not portrayed up to his usual, fearsome villain standard. I hope that, if any, Deathly Hallows gets rewritten if for no reason than to do justice to the awesome character that is Lord Voldemort. Oh, and to get rid of that illbegotten Epilogue. Really.
A little bit about me in the Harry Potter fandom: My OTP is Snarry. I prefer Romance, Hurt/Comfort, and Fluff, but I find that I will read Severitus and Snarry mpreg. It doesn't matter how many children Snape and Harry have, one or one hundred or zero, their own or adopted. If they have any children at all, however, I prefer them to be their own, however. If you read The Epilogue Explained, you would understand why I did what I did with James, Albus, and Lily.
(DEATHLY HALLOWS SPOILERS BELOW!!!!!!!!!)
Pairing I have no problem accepting:
Snape/Lucius (prefer flufffy!Lucius who is nice to Snape. Though why wouldn't he be after Snape protected his son?)
Snape/Voldemort (I like thinking about Snape's reasons for joining the Dark Lord.)
Snape/Dumbledore (this can be as GEN or as involved as possible. I am in it for the dynamics, more than anything.)
Snape/Draco (I understand it. I accept that it is. I don't see a happy ending there without Harry, though.)
Harry/Draco (Same as for Snape/Draco, except no happy ending without Snape.)
Lucius/James: I am in awe of their dynamic, age difference, Hogwarts House and status (both purebloods). They are this interesting combination of so alike yet so different that I keep coming back to those two. They are my preferred version of Harry/Draco. There is a new generation of Harry/Draco in Albus Severus/Scorpius. I...accept it. Whether it will go beyond that for me, I cannot say.
I also like to explore relationship triangles: Dumbledore/Voldemort/Snape, Dumbledore/Voldemort/Harry, Dumbledore/Lucius/Harry, Snape/Lucius/Harry.
I am trying to see what Lucius/Harry is about. To me it is something akin to Lucius/Dobby (with the same result as at the end of Chamber of Secrets).
Snape/Ginny. I can see why, at least. Red-haired-girl-who-looks-like-paramour. I wonder how he treated her in his classes? Strangely enough, Rowling never seems to mention it.
Ships I do not understand:
Snape/Hermione (though I will have to look into it as authors I admire write Snermione and I can't ignore that.)
Lily/Sirius (I don't get it.)
Pairing that frightens me:
Snape/Lupin (I also think that it would frighten Snape as well. Plus, considering that Lupin never once stood up to his friends on Snape's benefit, my opinion of Lupin is lowered somewhat. I do understand why he didn't, though, so do not ostracize him entirely. I just don't want Snape to be uncomfortable. But if Snupin makes Snape happy, by all means.)
I am not in the habit of arguing ship supremacy; I would like to believe that it is Snarry, but if I say that I will first say that this is my opinion so as to not influence anyone by it on a whim. I really like it when people say that, yes, Snape and Harry belong together. But I will not ask for it. I will just stick with people who already have formed this opinion for themselves. If others join me of their own volition in thinking this, I will be overjoyed. If they don't, well, the ocean is certainly big enough to house all the ships. ;)