Author has written 7 stories for Harry Potter, and Final Fantasy VII.
If you are currently reading this you are either bored out of your mind or actually want to know more about the mysterious writer known only as CNome. No doubt you wish a fantastic tale of far-away kingdoms, strange magics and wish granting beings. I think that's on Scribbler's profile.
Still bored beyond all reason? Read on...
Real name: Corinne
Age: Over 21
Current Residence: Not on any map. Some maps show a dot with the label "Middle of Nowhere". Fly to that and drive north-west for two hours. Don't blink, you might miss it.
Fandoms: Harry Potter, The Dresden Files (think HP for adults) and Final Fantasy VII
Author: Jim Butcher and J.K Rowling. He created an incredible character and plotline, she created an incredible world. I have also loved (and still do) Brian Jacques and C.S. Lewis.
Music: If I had to pick a single song (agonizingly hard) it would be "savin me" by Nickelback. I haven't gotten tired of it yet. Otherwise I love Disturbed, Linkin Park, Nickelback (obviously), E Nomine and any song that inspires me.
1. Sephiroth: Whether he's trying to save the world or destroy it he is an incredibly complex character that I can't help feel sympathetic for and I'll usually read a story if it has him in it. Some of the best stories portray him as an aloof anti-hero who is an excellent leader and ultimately fights for a greater cause. I prefer stories with Vincent as his father simply because Hojo is the less believable choice (they have no physical features in common and precious little in personality).
2. Harry Dresden (canon): He's a smartass who can't keep his mouth shut to save his life, he's also a quick thinker, funny and heroic, but unlike many traditional heroes he will break moral lines to save the people he cares about. I haven't yet read any fanfiction story that really lives up to the books.
3. Harry Potter (fanon): In canon he's just another boy hero with a little power and a lot of luck. In fanon I could love him or hate him. Love--independent, driven, smart, powerful (as long as its realistic) and political whether he's light or dark. Hate--weak, whiny, abused (if he does nothing about it), angsting, immature, puppet, etc.
3. Cloud Strife: No the number isn't a typo, he ties in third place with Harry Potter for similar reasons. I like him as a strong character, a warrior (whether or not he makes it into SOLDIER) and someone who learns from his mistakes and grows as a character whether he's fighting with or against Sephiroth (though I root for Seph in the latter). I don't generally care to read about a sweet-eyed swooning cadet (who is the only person for Sephiroth) or angsting his lazy ass off, or someone who can't stand to kill (he wanted SOLDIER and he did make it in the army for a reason.
Other characters I love or hate or am indifferent to depending on how the author writes them, I have read stories with excellent characterization of Vincent, Yuffie, Ron, Barrett, Aeris/Aerith, Hermione, Ginny and even Hojo (though I still laughed when little Seph got the best of him).
Pairings: Though I'm not a huge fan of romance I usually like any pairing as long as a) the author makes it seem believable and b) the people involved are equal on some level (i.e. same maturity level). As long as those two qualities are fulfilled I'll read almost any pairing, slash or het.
"Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done. One could write a history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements of highest authority about what could not be done and could never happen." --Robert A. Heinlein
"Men rarely (if ever) manage to dream up a god superior to themselves. Most gods have the manners and morals of a spoiled child." --Robert A. Heinlein
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"Incompetence: When you earnestly believe you can compensate for a lack of skill by doubling your efforts, there's no end to what you can't do."