Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and Bleach.
Obligatory 'About Me' Section:
Name: I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you. Or purchase a new identity from some black market dealer. Neither of those sound particularly fun/legal, so I think I'm going to leave you in the dark for the moment.
Age: ...old enough to know better, but not old enough to care?
Location: Somewhere in the lower 48 states
Occupation: University student (undergraduate)
Call me Nesarna. I've been lurking on this site for years now - since, what, 2006? 2007? - but never actually started writing stuff down until recently. A year later and I have yet to get bored with it, so I decided 'hey, what the heck, maybe someone will enjoy it.' Perhaps my hopes are misplaced, but I'll feel better about the use of my time if I do something with the crap on my hard drive.
Writing is my hobby, and therefore takes a backseat (or at least it's supposed to) to everything else I have to do - which is, unfortunately, a rather long list. I can't promise frequent updates, but I'll try and post as often as I can.
(PS. If you know what the profile pic says/means, you totally deserve a virtual cookie.)
Harry Potter and the God of Death: Getting recruited for another war wasn't quite what he had in mind when his father announced a family trip to England. But now that he's here, Kurosaki Ichigo finds himself being pulled into a web of deception, government lies, and century-old conspiracies...
Category: HP/Bleach crossover
Notes: Your standard HP/Bleach crossover, set in Year 5. Follows HP canon for the most part (there may or may not be significant divergences later; I haven't written that far ahead) and rewrites a good portion of Bleach canon (pretty much everything post and including the 'Deicide' arc; ergo, consider it a partial AU). Originally started in June of 2009, it is the longest-running story on my hard drive, pushing 100,000 words in length. Currently updates on an irregular, whenever-I-finish-the-next-chapter schedule. Sorry, folks. Also, please be aware that the date listed under 'Projected Update' is always given with the caveat of "Unless Something Comes Up".
Requiem for the Living: Not all fairytales have happy endings. Post-423.
Notes: Yet another entry into the sea of post-423 stories, but the bloody thing wouldn't leave me alone. Warning: Depressing, tissues recommended.