Author has written 65 stories for Harry Potter, and Hunger Games.
I don't spend much time on here anymore, but I still get notifications for reviews and read and respond to each one.
Attention currently devoted to SlightlySmaller (born June 2014) and SignificantlySmaller (born December 2015), as well as writing original fiction. :)
I grew up with Harry Potter. I read the first book when I was 11, and probably the second as well. But then I had to start waiting for them to come out to read the next. So I read Harry Potter between ages 11 and 18. I AM the Harry Potter generation. Despite this, I wasn't completely obsessed with them (the way I veritably am now) until a few years ago.
I'm American, but I bought my copy of the series in Scotland. This leads to some strange inconsistencies the few times I quote...
I'm a prolific journal writer. And a bit obsessive about how I write in my journals. Actually, I'm a bit obsessive about a lot of things.
Looking for somewhere to start reading?
This story is what I am most proud of. Complete at 50,000 words.
It's 3003 and Rowena Potter is nearly finished with her sixth year at Hogwarts. A mysterious object found in the Forbidden Forest opens her up to a world of adventure - one with implications about her past, the history of the world she thought she knew, and a future she has to make for herself.
Please give it a try, even if you don't think OCs are your thing.
Snippets of reviews:
"Rowena is both created and written in a absolutely awesome way, so far away from a Mary-Sue you can possibly come! You really have a skill of creating a whole new world... without leaving the original Harry Potter universe."
"The whole story reads very much like a canon piece, using many plot devices that come from the original or draw on its style and purpose. The original characters are very in keeping with this but have a life of their own and are not derivative in the sense of being copies of JK characters. There were parallels with characters we know and love, but not carbon-copies."
"Extremely enjoyable story, with a strong and coherent plot and characterisation. I highly recommend this to anyone who loved the original stories and wants to read a plot-led story that is so much more than fun fluff and is true to the original."
"You write action really well, first of all. I can picture everything very clearly, what's going on, and I really like your description of the Forest as well. You've painted a very vivid picture in my mind here, and I love that I can visualize what's going on - that's the mark of an excellent storyteller, in my opinion."
I, slightlysmall, have challenged myself! I am a proud member of the HPFC forum.
Stories that have placed in competitions:Forging Bravery won first place in HedwigBlack's Song Lyric Competition! No Use in Crying won second place in WeasleySeeker's Goodbye Competition! Before the Morning Comes won third place in Magic Doors's One Day Competition! Turning Tables won first place in SilverOwlMalfoy's One Line Competition 4! Closest to Heaven won third place in the Fan-Favourite October 2012 Oneshot Awards Competition! Let This Go (Ch. 6 of All We Know is Falling) won second place in Ryah Ignis's Dumbledore's Army: Still Recruiting Competition! War Photographer: Memento Mori won first place in the Fan-Favourite November 2012 Oneshot Awards Competition!!! Candlelit Desire won second place in the 750 to 2,000 word category in the 5 Christmas Keys Competition! All That Once Was Lost won second place in the Original Character Competition! Petals on the Ground won third place (a tie) in the As Strong As We Are United Competition! Windows (as a complete collection - 8 rounds of competition) won second place in the One Character Competition! A Mummy for Norbert won first place in the Pets Competition! We Wandered in a Frenzy (as a complete collection) won second place in the Globetrotter Drabble Competition! (Medium) Faceless won third place in the Inspirational Quotes Competition!
I have successfully completed the Snakes and Ladders Challenge! It took me 21 turns, and I was second to complete it! In alphabetical order, I wrote for: Alicia; Argus Filch; Arthur; Colin; Gabrielle; Godric; Harry; Hermione; Hugo; Ignotus; Mundungus; Narcissa; Oliver; Padma; Percy; Ron; Severus; Sirius; Teddy; Tom Riddle; and Xenophilius.
A Star for Every Wanderer: 9/10 uploaded.
My stories, divided by relationship and in chronological order. Some directly reference others. They all fit into the same canon-compliant universe, unless otherwise mentioned.
Summer 1955: Playing Pretend (Molly Prewett)
circa 1967: Now You Know (Eileen/Tobias Snape, M-rated for domestic violence and language)
September 1, 1991: Dandelions (drabble)
Neville/Hannah and Predecessors:
circa 1981: Someday (Alice/Frank)
Rose/Scorpius and their predecessors (and Hugo):
October 1993: A Visit to Hogsmeade (Ron/Hermione friendship)
Rose/Scorpius stories that don't match my head!canon between 2019 and 2024 (unrelated to each other as well):
circa 2040 but mostly a flashback to 2023: A Star For Every Wanderer (Multi-chap)
Lysander/Molly Weasley ii/Daniel Wood and predecessors:
circa 1990: A Way to Carry On (Xenophilius and Luna)
Remus/Tonks and Teddy/Victoire:
1976: Teach Me Gently (Remus/Sirius)
Roxanne Weasley and Predecessors:
Stories about the Battle of Hogwarts and just afterward (including repeats from other categories):
Fall/Winter 1997: New Tricks (Dean)
circa 1000: Eternity for the Dying (Godric Gryffindor)
May 18, 1291: Going Gently into That Good Night (Ignotius Peverell)
circa 1936: Game Playing (Tom Riddle Jr.)
Christmas 1971: Christmas in Black and White (Sirius/Narcissa family fic)
Spring 1978 (and summer): Glad You Came (Sirius/Marlene)
circa 1991: Less Than Magical (Rita/Gilderoy)
Spring 1992: A Mummy for Norbert (Hagrid and Norbert)
September 1992: The Magic Inside Him (Colin/Dennis sibling fic)
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