Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter, and Chronicles of Narnia.
So I'm nineteen and in college, and I write fanfiction for fun--my primary fandom is Harry Potter, but most of my stories are Narnia. Reviews make me happy, and I always respond, so...by all means, review/email/PM.
A lot of my stuff is femmeslash, some of it is het, and some of it is slash. I love writing about female characters, I love writing oneshots, and I love writing chaptered fics. I have a terrible fascination with Susan, so you may see some more about her coming up, assuming I ever get her down on paper. And I love writing OC's--most of the cast of A Slytherin in Red and Gold is original--but I welcome constructive criticism on them (for that matter, I love talking writing or characters or Narnia or Harry Potter with pretty much anyone).
Some notes on fics:
A Slytherin in Red and Gold: What do you do when you thought you were a Gryffindor, but the Hat put you in Slytherin instead? When your parents think that means you're a junior Death Eater and disown you, and your House thinks you shouldn't talk with your best (Gryffindork) mate? When you have to find a place to spend your summers, and you're trying not to let the grownups know what your parents have done? What about when you realize you're falling madly in love with another girl? Lydia Carmichael is about to find out. An eventual seven-year Gryffindor-Slytherin femmeslash, set about a decade after DH, and DH(and epilogue!)-compliant.
I am trying to update this fic regularly, but school gets hectic and unfortunately it tends to go back to normal for me just as soon as it speeds up for my betas. I'm not going to abandon it, I swear, but I do get slow. Reviews really do make me write faster, or at least feel guiltier, and a huge thank you to the people who are sticking with me.
A Year in Their Courts: A Harry Potter/Narnia crossover, written originally for this year's Ficathon over on crossover_hp, for the prompt "Hermione stumbles across a strange wardrobe in the Room of Requirement, and somehow ends up in Narnia. There, she meets a young king who makes her want to forget about her friends and old world, but is too noble to let her. Peter/Hermione." Ron/Hermione in the very beginning, Susan/Hermione in the middle, and Peter/Hermione towards the end--but be warned, it's compliant with both complete canons and the prompt. For people who want to know what happens afterwards, there may be a sequel, and there may not. It sort of depends on my mood and where it goes and what phase of the moon it is.
Fairy Stories (Or, Three Men Susan Never Loved) was originally written because of all the Susan/Caspian and Susan/Geeky Kid in the fandom, when I have trouble seeing her with either--and because, as one of my friends pointed out, Susan has the potential to be the best sort of big sister.
The Wasted Lives 'verse is a three-part arc consisting of More Dimly in Hell, Every Desperate Retreat, and All She Knows of Heaven. Told from the POVs of Lucy, Peter, and Susan, it explores the difficulties in remembering and forgetting Narnia, falling in love, and learning (or not) to live in England. Eventually this will be a five-part 'verse; I have a parallel piece going with Edmund and a longer sequel for Susan in the works.