Author has written 7 stories for Harry Potter, Sherlock, Supernatural, and Portal.
I have 124 items in my fanfiction folder. It's safe to say I've lost control of my life. Despite this, I rarely publish anything, usually due to chronic incompleteness.
Fandoms I like include Portal, Harry Potter, Supernatural, Sherlock, Cabin Pressure, and Doctor Who.
I have a weak spot for femslash and an even weaker spot for creative Gen fic. Angst doesn't appeal to me nearly as much as it seems to appeal to other fanfiction readers. If something's well-written and has accurate characterization, I'm sold.
I'm female, 20 years old, and going to college for I don't even know anymore.
Below are some of the fanfics among the 124 that I have a reasonable amount of motivation to continue. If one of the ideas appeals to you, send me a message telling me so (and optionally, why it appeals) and you'll increase my motivation to write the thing.
Multi-chapter:A Harry Potter/Nightmare Before Christmas crossover crackfic in which Harry stumbles upon a gathering of hippies one night and sets out to end the war with Voldemort peacefully. That goes about as well as one would expect. Includes rewrites of the Nightmare Before Christmas songs. A Maurauder-era Harry Potter fic in which the school puts on a production of the Wizarding equivalent of Romeo and Juliet during Christmas break. In the play, since the Christmas colors correspond to the colors of Gryffindor and Slytherin, a Gryffindor girl and a Slytherin boy fall in love. Lily gets the part of the Gryffindor girl. James gets the part of the Slytherin boy (with the help of an Acting Potion, since he's terrible at acting). Snape gets the part of James's best friend. Chaos and shenanigans ensue. A Cabin Pressure/Sherlock crossover in which Martin and Sherlock swap bodies for a day.
Oneshots:Some ChellDOS goodness, because I always need more ChellDOS in my life (send me prompts!)
I'm always looking for quality fanfic, so if you've read something you think I'll like, go ahead and send me a message recommending it. I'll probably be more skeptical if you recommend something you've written yourself.
Hopefully by now you have satiated your desire to know more about the author of whatever it was that you read. Or accomplished whatever goal you set out to accomplish by reading this.