Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter, and Sherlock.
"Why did I write? what sin to me unknown
Dipp'd me in ink, my parents', or my own?"
Have you ever been asked, "What's your favorite book? " Have you ever wondered which ten titles you would want most to have with you if you were stranded on a desert island? I can't answer the first question, and the thought of having to choose only ten titles gives me the shivers! Classic literature, fantasy, science fiction, mystery, popular fiction...it would be very difficult for me to name my favorite genre, my favorite fandom, my favorite book, my favorite anything – I'm the same when it comes to music, films, television, and more. How thankful I am for the variety that is available to me!
It's such a joy to come here and share my love of writing, reading, and various fandoms. I've met some amazing and talented people from all over the world, and have (I hope) grown as a writer myself through this association. I enjoy reading and writing fan fiction because it gives me an opportunity to linger longer in worlds created by others, worlds I've come to love, and I hope I do the creators of those worlds honor in my retelling.
My gen fiction focuses on one-shot character studies and explorations, and multi-chapter suppositional AUs (i.e. how would the characters and overall story change from the canon if one event or situation were changed?). When it comes to reading fan fiction, I prefer stories that are canon, canon-compliant, or, if AUs, are true to the spirit of the canon and the characters I have come to love. These are the sorts of stories I try to write myself, and this is why I only write for fandoms for which I have a deep love and some understanding.
I do my very best to reply to every review, comment and PM I receive. For those who have commented on my work anonymously, or commented but don't accept PMs, please know that you have my thanks and appreciation for your feedback. I also would like to extend a thank you to those who have favorited, followed, bookmarked or left kudos on me or my work.
You can also find my on AO3 under the same pen name. (My pen name comes from a minor character in a (sadly) out-of-print fantasy novel by Barry Hughart titled Bridge of Birds.Truly a delightful read!)