Author has written 4 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, and Harry Potter.
Short introduction, I'm 17 years old, currently High School Senior in Germany. I haven't yet decided what I'll be doing after school, though I currently have it narrowed down to actress, psychologist or judge. I've spent sophomore year in Southern Indiana, resulting in me being a college sports obsess, especially basketball (GO IU!), with a love for sweet iced tea, slight Southern accents and Chick-fil-A. Though those things may not be what pops into your mind thinking about Indiana, they are for me.
My all-time-favourite fictional character is Sirius Black, and I do not think my obsession/love for him will ever end (by the way, if you enjoy discussing him, I would love for you to PM me). In real life, I greatly admire Robert Downey Jr., both as an actor and as a person, and meeting him (actually meeting, that is. Not just some random run-into-for-5-seconds-and-have-him-forget-afterwards) is at the very top of my bucket list.
I'm a Potterhead by heart. I spend hours and hours thinking about the characters, their relationships to each other, my personal headcanons and just everything and anything that has ever happened within the Wizarding World. Again, I am very, very open for PM discussions.
Heroides We all know what happened during the two Wizarding Wars. We know the cruelty, we know the bravery. We know it brings out the best and worst in people. We know the battles fought and the loved ones lost. But we don't know the stories behind our heroines, the stories that made them who they were, what they had to become before they could be our heroines. These are the stories of the witches that changed the course of history. (Featuring Marlene McKinnon, Dorcas Meadowes, Minerva McGonagall, Molly Weasley, ...)
Untitled When Miriam Riley joined the Order of the Phoenix in 1979, she expected daring duels, exciting missions and a victory soon to come - fun, really, for any true Gryffindor. Little did she know it would quickly turn into a daily struggle not to forget herself with death lurking just around the corner.