Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter, and Lazytown.
I have no real way of describing myself, so the incredibly talented KittyUK has done the honors: "you don't come across as a serial killer at all...from your fiction, I'd say you were someone whose view of the world is unique, strange and wonderful; who sees the beauty in terror and tragedy, and who isn't afraid of difference; someone who has the courage to embrace her fears; and someone whose perspective will always be different and fascinating."
As far as the Harry Potter series goes:
I am rather obsessed with the Snape/Granger pairing, insistent that no other characters are as perfect a match. Although I recognize that the relationship would not have worked in the actual books, I am abhorred at the thought of Granger having a relationship of a romancical nature with the Weasley idiot. She is far too intelligent: she would quickly find herself bored with his limitations. (I'd like to think that she would also come to realize that the boy is an absolute disaster to look at.)
I guess it is appropriate to say that I am against all the romantic endeavors that Rowling has insisted upon, and must therefore chastise her here and now for her wretched matchmaking skills. In terms of my own stories, I focus solely on SS/HG ships, and any other ships I add may or may not be of my preference. I'm addicted to tragedies: to death, and pain, and hell. I give my characters momentary happiness before taking it away, mainly because tragedies are more realistic and moving than a story that ends without pain; so although I wish all ships their best, I am ultimately a slave to the plot, and not the couple.
As far as Lazytown goes:
I know that Lazytown fans above a certain age are scarce, but give it a chance! It's fantastic! A bright, simple world to escape in.
I used to be a sold SportaSteph fan, but I have since seen the potential of SportaRobbie. The reason the puppets aren't involved in either stories is because they not only bore me, but scare me half to death! I have tried to be as close to character as I could in both LT stories, but although I can find my inner Robbie easily, alas, the moral and upstanding Sportacus is nowhere to be found. For this reason, I'm afraid, there may not be any more LT stories from me in the future. (However, I have also said this about HP, and I'm still pumping them out, so I'm not commiting to anything.)
As far as the music goes:
If you're curious why I tend to mention band names before each story, it is because I feel the need to list any and all causes of emotions and motivations for my writing. Music helps me immensely to get into certain moods needed for scenes, as well as occasionally giving me plot ideas. Sometimes the music had a direct impact on the story, and sometimes it merely played in the background; but either way, it always seems to present itself. In thanks to the brilliant artists who created the music in the first place, I list their band name, but never particular songs...in case some of you are smarter than your own good and figure out where I'm coming from...