Author has written 6 stories for Supernatural, Kingdom Hearts, Alice in Wonderland, 2010, Undertale, Harry Potter, and Assassin's Creed.
A little about me
Age: Let's just say I'm in my twenties.
Sex: Um...*Looks down* I've been female my entire life.
The picture: I don't like having my picture taken. Also, I love PotO so why not?!
Other sites: I am on archiveofourown under the same penname.
About my writing
Okay everyone. I know a lot of you are very upset that I've removed almost all of my stories. But, as I've explained via PM's, I removed them because I felt that I could do better and that you all, as my faithful readers, deserved better. I've decided to re-write many of them and they will only be posted up here when they are complete. I will not be posting any more of my stories until I have completed them, this includes new ones. Once I've completed a story I will be posting at least once a week, maybe twice.
The main reason why I removed many of my old stories is because I lost inspiration for them and/or felt that it was time I re-wrote them and corrected most of, if not all, of the spelling and grammar mistakes. I'm not perfect and I will admit to still making mistakes so please, bear with me people! My favorite fandom is Harry Potter and Supernatural. You'll often see that a lot of my stories will be revolving around those two fandoms with the occasional one belonging to a different fandom or crossover.
As for the length of my chapters: I love giving my readers a reason to look forward to reading the next chapter in a series. All of my chapters are, at the very least, eighteen pages long on Microsoft Word. In one-shots, they can get up to the thirties in length. Now, many might complain that this it too long but I have read stories that have epic lengths for their chapters. Also, I love putting detail into my stories, if you don't like it, then don't read; simple as that people! I don't want to hear you complaining about there being too much detail in my stories and that you're not happy with it. I won't change the way I write just because you're gonna complain and whine to me.
My Old Stories
Vampires Kiss: In line to be re-written.
Vampires and Werewolfs War: I don't know about this one. I may complete it or I may let it die.
Emerald and Topaz: In line to be re-written
Silver Eyes Burn in the Night: In line to be re-written
Circus of Change: In line to be re-written
Blind Love Blind Faith: In line to be re-written
True Love At Last: In line to be re-written/continued
Deaths Angels: In line to be re-written/continued
New Start on Life: In line to be continued
All of these stories have been removed because of lack of inspiration to continue them, lost files or because I feel that they need to be re-written because of how many mistakes there are. I understand that a lot of you want to re-read some of my work and I do apologize if I removed your favorite story but I did so with reason. Lately I've had inspiration for new and different stories so I have been focusing on those until I have new inspiration for my old stories and I feel ready to work on them again. Please, don't hound on me about your favorite story and that you're not happy I took it down. It won't make me go any faster. I have my own interests and way of doing things and then there's that pesky thing called Life that tends to get in the way of my writing.
Upcoming Stories that Will be put up
Ties of Fate(Possible final title): Harry Potter/Supernatural crossover. Follows season four of Supernatural. Featuring Katrina Potter as Harry Potter: female Harry. Castiel/Katrina, Dean/Luna, Sam/Hermione.
Ties of Fate: Fate of the World(Possible final title): Sequel to Ties of Fate. Harry Potter/Supernatural crossover. Follows season five of Supernatural. Castiel/Katrina, Dean/Luna, Sam/Hermione.
Views on some Harry Potter Characters
Ginny: Alright, so here's my problem with Ginny. She grew up on stories about The Boy-Who-Lived; heck she worshiped him. I really, really, really hate it that Harry had gotten together with her. I mean, hello people! Oedipal complex! Other than that, I can see her as both friend or enemy. Often times, I portray her as either or. So much can be done with her with some tweaking of her personality and adding a few things during a story to build a bit more of a backstory that can support either or.
Ron: Ugh, talk about a lazy, pompous asshole. Hermione never should've gotten with him. I mean, seriously people come on! He singles her out and argues with her over everything! Don't even try and tell me that people who argue tend to fall in love. Hermione is far too driven and intelligent to lower herself to with a lazy ass like him. Also, Ron has some serious jealousy issues and to me, it seems like he expects the world to hand him everything on a silver platter. I was constantly wondering why Harry kept going back to him when he proved to be an idiotic, jealous ass of a friend.
Molly: Ah, the harpy queen. I can love and hate her just like Ginny. Now I think Molly is much to head-strong and overbearing. She loves to control her children and the people around her with an iron fist. Hell, she took over Sirius' house and started ordering him around even though it wasn't her right to do so. I firmly believe that the older boys: Bill, Charlie, Percy and the twins, had the right idea in breaking away from her as quickly as possible. Also, hello! Bill and Charlie left the freaking country to do so! On the other hand, with a few adjustments she can become a good mother once she stops becoming overbearing and controlling.
Severus: Again, another character that I can easily see as both a bad guy and a good guy. I loved him in the books and firmly believe that with the correct way of portraying him and backstory he can be a very good spy and good guy. On the other hand, if you re-enforce his hatred of James, Sirius and his jealousy that Lily turned to James, you can easily keep him as a rather good bad guy.
The Malfoys: Again, all three of them are like Severus. With the correct writing and portrayal all three can be rather good spies and good guys. On the other hand they can continue to be really good bad guys. It all depends on how they're written.
Albus: Oh boy, where do I even begin. He knew and even stated so in the books, that he knew about the abuse Harry was suffering from his aunt and uncle. Not only that but he blatantly withheld information from Harry and did nothing, nothing! to help him train for his confrontation against Voldemort. Not only that, but he did nothing to help Harry with anything he faced during his school years. He didn't step in to help at all except for reminding Hermione about her time-turner. For a wizard who is apparently as powerful as he is reported, he certainly didn't act like it. Yes, I can stand him as a good guy if he is written well enough; just like I love stories where he is a manipulative bastard.
About reviews on my stories
I love getting positive feedback just like any other writer when it come to my stories. I also welcome constructive criticism and I will take it into consideration when it comes to my writing if I feel that I can make it happen. Also, I may ask my readers for some ideas on what they think about something when it comes to my stories. Now, I may have it written out but that doesn't mean I won't make any last minute changes to later chapters. I've taken to re-reading all of my chapters at least three times before I post them now to check and catch any outstanding mistakes or errors.
However, if you're simply going to sit there and bash my story because I changed your favorite character in such a way that you don't like it; or I altered the episode(Supernatural crossovers) too much for your tastes, then I won't even bat an eyelid. Instead, I want you to envision a brunette woman with glasses laughing hysterically at you. It's call a back button people! Use it! If a negative review is so outrageous I will post it in the next chapter below the authors note for everyone to laugh at.