Author has written 7 stories for Twilight, and Harry Potter.
I have been on hold for the past several months due to a family tragedy. My 21 year old brother died suddenly of cardiac arrest following a seizure. He had been shouldering most of the caregiving burden for my mother, who has stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Needless to say, this has consumed my life.
I am in the process of reposting the stories that I had previously taken down. I plan to do it in three stages: 1) Completed one-shots, 2) Completed drabble series, and 3) Works in Progress. I do not plan to post any uncompleted works in progress until I am certain that I can finish them.
I appreciate everyone's patience and well-wishes. My fanfiction family has been a wonderful and much needed distraction and dose of light-heartedness.
Foxglove and Zinnias (Twilight): I wrote this with my parents in mind. When I first posted it, we were already having quality of life discussions about my mother. They love gardening, and this just popped into my head. I can't help but be amazed re-reading it again after the death of my brother. Andrew shared their love of gardening. Even though it was February, he couldn't wait to get started planting flowers. He planted a moonflower (a tall vine with white blooms) four days before he died and set it on our back porch. He didn't get to even see it sprout, but it lives on and gets taller every day.
Eclair de Lune (Twilight): This is a short one-shot I wrote early on after reading one too many cupcake recipes. This one is nothing but fluff and sugar, no angst in sight.
In the Closet (Harry Potter): Somewhat of a stereotypical eighth year fic, with a combination of Truth or Dare, Spin the Bottle, and Seven Minutes in Heaven. There isn't much of a plot, and I basically used this for pr0n writing practice.
A Matter of Misunderstanding: This is an outtake to the larger story, A Matter of Convenience. I couldn't figure out where to fit this in the larger story without breaking up the flow, but I loved it so much I had to post it anyway.
You Really Don't Want Sand There (Harry Potter): Harry and Draco spend a day at the beach. After several darker plot bunnies, I wanted to write something super fluffy. I was at the beach myself and saw a blond boy trying to surf. He immediately made me think of Scorpius, and this story was born.
Let it Go (Twilight): This is the first thing I ever posted, and I will always have a soft spot for it. It's about moving on after loss and letting go. The idea that time heals all wounds is deceptive. The hurt is still there, but it changes and morphs over time until hopefully, one day, you can continue to live. Now on the other side of heartwrenching loss, it's kind of ironic how much this resonates with me. There are a few things that aren't quite what they seem in this story. I hope everyone gets them by the end, but I won't spoil them here.
A Matter of Convenience (Harry Potter): I am planning for this to be around 10 chapters, somewhere in the 15,000 word range. Outlines can change, though, so you never know.
The Substitute Guest (Twilight): I am two chapters shy of finishing. I plan to begin reposting in a few weeks.