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Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter.
You can call me Daniel.
In case you haven't noticed, my name is not J.K. Rowling. So, her stories are hers, not mine. Not making any cash off of them.
So, after reading Deathly Hallows twice (because I just couldn't believe that Rowling could have mucked that up so badly when it had SO MUCH POTENTIAL) I got into fanfiction.
I don't think J.K. Rowling knew what she was doing when she put Ron with Hermione. Well, I think she knew what she was doing, she just didn't understand the implications of it. If she had wanted the people who have independent thought to understand why she put Hermione with Ron, she should have either shown him having less tantrums and more common sense in the sixth and seventh books, or she should have made him a less dislikable person overall from the beginning. Common sense dictates that if two people are fighting constantly, it's not a good basis for a relationship.
You may notice that all my stories are rated M. That's more to be safe than anything else. I'd never forgive myself if some poor kid just HAPPENED to be exposed to reality a bit earlier than his/her parents intended. Most often, it'll be for violence or smut. I don't really put enough foul language in for it to be a problem.
I'm always open to reviews, comments, challenges, and constructive suggestions (telling me to have a centaur rape Malfoy is NOT constructive...and it may or may not be illegal in several states). Either PM me or comment on the story in question. But seriously, reviews are a big thing for me. As one of my favorite authors (original, not a fanfic author) once said, "To anyone who knows a writer, never underestimate the power of your encouragement."
Murphy's Law: I'm rewriting this.
Faustian Bargain: Currently on hiatus. I'll probably get back to it.
Occasionally, a muse will come to me and beat me across the head with something blunt and heavy (frying pan, shovel, holiday ham, etc) and the resulting crime against literature will be shoved headfirst into "Plot Bunnies."