Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter.
When I was 12, I had read my first Harry Potter book.
Like any girl that age, I got hooked and so here I am years later, editing one of the worst things I created as a writer and remaking it into something so that I never have to think about it ever again.
Patronus: Grey Squirrel.
I also regularly frequent HP Fanfiction subreddit (as well as the Harry Potter subreddit)
(ex - GeeTiger)
Update: I'm currently looking for a Beta to look over my main fanfiction (The Chronicles of the Readers)
New stories coming soon.
a One Shot.
The Chronicles of the Readers: Harry Potter Fanfiction
(AU but Canon Compliant)
Genevieve is a muggle girl with her head stuck in a fantasy book series which is well loved over the world by millions of people from it's first book in 1997. But it would seem that the world in the books exists in her reality, when one night her parents are murdered and her sister Evangeline is abducted by Death Eaters to fulfil a prophecy made seventeen years before.
In her shock and sadness, Genevieve is met with an Auror who has been parading around as her black cat Noir for a better portion of her life, to be informed that she is in fact also connected to this prophecy of the Readers.
'Two children won't be recognised. They will continue on with their lives, until one fateful night, when they are both ready for the picking. Tragedy will strike, fatal to those they love while separating them. With aid of books and ancestry, one will show the Red Eye its path, while the other will guide Lightening to its destiny. Only these two can decipher the words of written fate and see it change before their very eyes. Only the end of a line will bring peace to their own. Only the end will see them reunited. They will be known as the Readers.'
The Wizarding World proves just as fantastical and yet frustrating in many ways, and also being sidled with a prophecy, there is a certain amount of bearing a young muggle who learns of her true origins can handle. She is suddenly gifted with far too many voices in her head and the ability to receive visions from those who wish to aid her - which tends to lead to her emptying the contents of her stomach. So as she attempts to use the tools she's memorised by heart from her childhood, she also notices the changes that come with her presence in the plot, as well as herding others from the fatal demises they have seen in print.
But this world is not known to be forgiving and when things don't go their way, the hands of fate will bestow the consequences as they please.