Author has written 16 stories for High School Musical, Alvin and the chipmunks, Harry Potter, Newsies, House, M.D., and Criminal Minds.
As you've clicked on my profile, you probably realized that I'm Autumn, "Aut" for short. I've been writing fanfiction for a long time on various sites.
My muse's name is Annie, after the famous Orphan Annie, she was my first ever fandom from when I was a little girl. I prefer the 1999 version of the movies because it stuck to the Broadway musical much more so than the early 80s version did. She is pictured above.
Things to know about me:
I'll consider co-authoring stories but my life gets busy starting in the fall through January.
I tend to write about serious matters, though Trading Places is a humorous cross-over between Harry Potter and Newsies and was written for a fic fest at Potions and Snitches.
I like to pen long stories but most of my fictions you'll find here are one-shots.
Several of my stories were inspired by real-life circumstances. Silence (High School Musical), If Only (Alvin and the Chipmunks), and Soulfire (Harry Potter), and though I never allude to it, Improvin' Da Truth (Newsies), all have ties to real events. The newly published, A Challenged Life (House, MD) also has ties to real-life circumstances. Of Scarlet and Emerald (Harry Potter) also includes a plot point tied to somewhat real-life circumstances. It will be updated soon, plot bunnies stole my muse away from it but they have released him. I had to pay a hefty ransom.
Secret is the prequel to Improvin' Da Truth,though the latter was published first, they are both stories from the fandom of Newsies.
Born From Adversity and Molded From Fire are the first one-shots in the growing series, Friendship Matters, in the fandom of House, MD. Born From Adversity is the first one and Molded From Fire is its sequel.
I'm trying my hand at a longer crossover, Normal Isn't Normal, and it ties in House, MD with Harry Potter. The SECOND chapter should be up soon.
Silence was co-authored by Zudit, another author on this site. You should check out her stuff. It's a High School Musical story that's rather serious.
One important thing: I don't write slash. ever.
My favorite characters and subsquently the main characters in my stories are as follows:
David Jacobs-my absolute favorite character
Crutchy/Crutchie (depending on the movie or the play)