Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and NCIS.
I can't seem to ever finish a story. I won't put readers through that, since I hate reading a story and realizing it's not finished, and hasn't been updated since 2011 or something.
My regular profile:
I'm new to publishing stories (I've been writing them for years), so I'd rather not put up anything unfinished. It would be unfair to leave people wanting more (here goes my ego) and then not give it or go and change everything.
I'm American but understand British, French, Spanish, German...
As for my content, I write Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Sherlock, NCIS, etc. I'm brushing them up so you'll see some soon, I promise!
As for Harry Potter, I'm a huge fan of sticking with the original genius's ideas and expanding/creating romance and comfort shtuph with a couple differences: I used to think that Remus/Tonks would never work, but after the newer films, I deem it possible. In my fics, I just couldn't kill off Remus, and Severus is debatable (he's such a fun character to write!). See a pattern here? I'm head over heels for the man (Remus, not Snivellus, though he's appreciatable (Yes, I know, that's not a word)).
I like happy beginnings, endings, middles, but I write a lot of hurt/comfort, romance, fluffy stuff that makes you feel all warm inside on a rainy day. This is where I can have fun and write whatever I want as opposed to the real world when work, dissertation, and all put a chain on my creativity and imagination.
As for the Doctor, Ten is my fav :D
I don't write violence well, being a particularly non-violent person. Same with lemons. It's not really my thing, lemons and violence. Sorry! But anyway, stories shouldn't be read or written only for lemons and/or violence. Writing is art! (Insert something sarcastic and comic about tackiness here. Politeness required.)
I would love reviews, particularly any that help me improve. Nothing mean and nasty, though. Constructive criticism yes, mean and nasty, no. I'm also a huge fan of politesse (not sure if that's a word in English. I speak French, and the two can get confused in my head sometimes).
BTW- the pic shown is my own little crest- a wand and a sewing needle around the Croix de la Camargue, my favorite cross (it's a heart, anchor and cross all in one, from the Camargue, France)