Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter, Kingkiller Chronicle, and Dark Tower series.
30 year old male reader, aspiring writer. Industrial electrician by trade.
Displaced New England resident living in Hawaii.
Black Metal aficionado. Boston sports fan.
My life has been upended over the past year, including an unexpected move to Hawaii, which served to kill my creative drive. I am inspired by cold days and dark nights, both of which are sadly lacking here. However, I am starting to regain my mojo. Starting on the first of January I will be returning to fan-fiction, starting with 'Elizium' and 'Sitra Ahra'. Here's to hoping things go well and my muse speaks.
Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter, the Dark Tower, or the Kingkiller Chronicle. Shocking. This covers all my stories.
AU story, HBP compliant, very little DH. Following the events of Halloween, 1981, both Harry Potter and Voldemort disappear. Nine years later, a nearly-catatonic Harry Potter is picked up by a muggle policeman, and eventually placed in a muggle orphanage. The very same one that Tom Riddle, many years ago, took his first steps towards becoming the most evil Dark Lord the world have ever seen. Sitra Ahra chronicles Harry's journey from the muggle orphanage to Hogwarts, while dealing with his mysterious past, and being labeled the next Dark Lord by Wizarding society. Seven-year AU. Rated M for a reason.
Preludium: Ruins of the Genesis... 10,906 words, posted 3/01/09
Arc I: The Child, The Ring and The Wand (February 3, 1990 - August 28, 1990)
Arc II: Isle of the Immortals (September 20, 1990 - August 31, 1991)
Arc III: The Curse of Knowledge (September 1, 1991 - June 20, 1992)
Arc IV: Corruption (June 20, 1992 - June 20, 1993)
Arc V: Beneath the Serpent's Banner (June 27, 1993 - May 24, 1994)
The Unforgiving Minute
Broken and defeated, the War long since lost, Harry enacts his final desperate gambit: Travel back in time to the day of the Third Task, destroy of all Voldemort’s horcruxes and prevent the Dark Lord’s resurrection…all within the space of twelve hours.
Prologue: Winding the Watch...858 words, posted 8/20/10
One-shot. The last known survivor of a plague that has wiped out the muggle population of Britain, a ten-year old Harry Potter, ignorant of both his heritage and the magical world, tries to survive in this new wasteland, all while being pursued by mysterious factions, each with their own agenda.
Sole Survivor: 16,138 words, posted 4/08/11
Post-OotP, canon compliant. Early into the summer of his sixth year, Harry Potter is kidnapped by Voldemort. The task of torturing Harry falls upon the lap of a more than willing Bellatrix Lestrange, who slowly drives Harry insane with equal parts pain and pleasure, until all that remains is a shell of 'The Boy Who Lived'. After an unlikely escape, Harry finds his thoughts and dreams dominated by his violet-eyed torturer, and longs for her touch, all while plotting his revenge against Voldemort and Dumbledore. Warning: Extreme violence, explicitly described rape and sex scenes, an immense amount of canon character death.
Chapter 1: The Last Light is Flickering...6,088 words, posted 4/22/11
Oneshot. OotP, canon compliant until the end of the year. Trapped within the depths of the Department of Mysteries, Harry is entangled in a desperate, violent battle against both the Death Eaters and a horrifying creation of the Unspeakables, with time itself left as his only weapon.
Concentric Wavelengths: 15,982 words, posted 6/08/11
The Gunslinger and the Mage
One-shot (for now, at least). In an abandoned Way Station surrounded by endless desert, Harry Potter awakes, with no memory of his arrival. Alone, sanity fraying, salvation comes from an unexpected source: Roland Deschain, the last gunslinger. A Harry Potter / Dark Tower crossover.
Written for the June DLP crossover competition, where it placed first.
The Gunslinger and the Mage: 25,547 words, posted 7/08/11
Elizium for the Sleepless Souls
The crumbling island prison of Azkaban has been evacuated, its remaining prisoners left behind. Time growing short, Harry Potter will make one final bid for freedom, enlisting an unlikely crew of allies in a daring escape, where nothing is what it seems.
Written for the November / December DLP competition, where it placed first.
Prologue: At the Gates of Silent Memory...1,918 words, posted 1/05/12
Behind the Curtain of Dusk
His fall was precipitous. From one of the brightest students to ever attend the University to the pariah hiding in a forgotten corner of war-torn Vintas, from Kvothe to Kote; this is how the story ends. Day Three of the Kingkiller Chronicle.
Prologue: A Silence of Three Parts...366 words, posted 10/15/12
Thank God You're Here
DLP one-shots. I occasionally participate, but not with any great frequency. There's supposed to be a time-limit, but I never stick to it. I've got one that's been in the works for six months now. Maybe someday I'll even finish it.