Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter, and Twilight.
Born: in the glorious year of 1979, when Dio joined Black Sabbath and Peter Pettigrew started passing on information to the Dark Lord
Country: Sweden, but born in Switzerland
Occupation: teaching dunderheads (teenagers that is)
Colours: black, green, silver
Passions: reading, writing, witchcraft, cooking
Obsessions: quite a few, chocolate for one (hi Lupin!), but mainly a certain Potions master
Words often used to describe me: bat-shit crazy, pesty, snarky
I started writing fan fiction in 2007, when I had finally come over the shock of Deathly Hallows. Very much displeased how my favourite character had been treated by his creator, I started writing about Severus Snape. Nowadays, I also write about Lucius Malfoy. Slytherins are addictive.
My favourite pairing to write is SS/OFC, but I also like LM/OFC. And why not SS/LM/OFC?
My very first story is called Morgaine's Story. The story was originally written in diary-form, from Morgaine's POV only, hence my penname. I chose an OFC, because I didn't think that any of JKR's characters matched the picture I had in mind for someone who'd stand by Severus' side until the end. So I crated a character who was understanding but strong-willed and with enough flaws to understand Severus. And Morgaine has always been one of my favourite names. Morgaine's Story has a sequel, called Always By Your Side.
My second long story is called The Way Home. It's sequel is The Gift of the Goddess. And there is a third piece, a drabble, that wraps them both up, called Reunion.
My third multi-chaptered story, His First, which is set during Snape's first year as a teacher. I have just started posting the sequel, There Will Always Be Hope.
When I am not writing multi-chaptered stories, I am quite fond of drabbles. It is a challenge to write short pieces and try to fit all your ideas, and it is also a lot of fun.
I am of course (and unfortunately) no making any money with my stories. Writing is just cheaper than therapy :P
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