Author has written 1 story for Doctor Who, and Harry Potter.
The sorting hat says that I belong in Slytherin!
Said Slytherin, "We'll teach just those whose ancestry is purest."
Slytherin students are typically cunning and hungry for power. Important members include Draco Malfoy (Harry's nemesis), Professor Severus Snape (head of Slytherin), and Lord Voldemort.
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Hello, I'm Sillage. I'm French, I've just turned eighteen, I am the proud owner of the most adorable dog in the world, and reading and writing are to me what air and water are to most of the human population.
Seriously. When I'm at home, I read all the time (except while I'm sleeping or eating (and even then, I read when I can get away with it)) and when I'm in class, I write. Instead of taking notes or even listening to what my teachers are going on about. Yes, I'm very worried about my future prospects, too.
Unfortunately, even though I am a compulsive writer, I am a huge perfectionist and have always suffered from a sort of writing-related Attention Deficit Disorder - I get an idea for a fic, I write about three thousand words of it, then I get an idea for an entirely different story and get started on that one, eventually forgetting the previous one entirely. As a result, I have only published four one-shots in the three years I've been hanging around this website. On a different account. No, I won't tell you which.
My fandoms? Katekyou Hitman REBORN!, Eyeshield 21, Kuroshitsuji, Fullmetal Alchemist, Naruto, Merlin (the BBC series), Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Torchwood, D.Gray-man, Final Fantasy VII (and, to a lesser degree, X and XII), Kingdom Hearts, Shingeki no Kyojin...
As you may have noticed, I am an avid slasher, and proud of it (so any self-righteous, homophobic wanker who tries to flame any future fics can just suck it). HOWEVER!
One of my greatest fandom obsessions is Harry Potter, both the world J.K. Rowling created, and the character himself, who is quite possibly my longest-lasting fandom crush ever. But whenever I write him (read: all the time), I tend to twist his canon personality every which way, to try and see how much his character would change if I were to remove or alter this or that event in his past. My personal favorites are sociopath!Harry (or occasionally, Sherlock-style mad-genius!Harry), very-Slytherin!cunning!Harry, and scattered!absentminded!glasses-wearing-dork!Harry (in a cute way).
My other guilty pleasures (aside from character-twisting) in the HP fandom include Fem!Harry and (not-uber-girly)-creature!Harry fics, and Harry Potter crossovers. I hunger for HP crossovers as I do for Kayser bakery's famous hazelnut-and-dark-chocolate torte (and believe me, that means a lot). I like it best when Harry is transported, for whatever reason, into the other fandom's universe, or if he was always there to begin with; and when he interacts mainly with the main characters of the other fandom's world, whether it be as a friend, family member or lover/partner/husband/wife/sex slave/whatever.
What I find disappointing, is the number of people who just mimic what they've seen in regards to HP crossovers.
Anyway, I might publish something someday, who knows, but if I do it will likely be a one-shot. And if I miraculously manage to keep my attention focused on a single story long enough to start on a series, the updates will be short, and they will be sporadic. So don't hold your collective breaths, guys.
No-one who has seen episode 91 of D. Gray-man's anime can claim that Lavi/Allen isn't canon. Allen's blood-curdling, heartbreaking scream when Lavi and Chaoji are seemingly killed by the Earl's attack...I cried. Seriously.
You know you've become an a true slash maniac when you watch "James and the Giant Peach" for the first time in several years and immediately start shipping Mr. Grasshopper/Mr. Centipede after witnessing a 'moment' between the two of them.
Shingeki no Kyojin gives me so. Many. FEELS! I've watched about a million different clips from the series over the past month, and yet I still cry and laugh and scream in all the right places when I bother to watch full episodes... Plus, the art is bloody gorgeous - even the backgrounds, and ESPECIALLY Eren's eyes, which sparkle with psychotic rage like precious jewels in the sunlight. Also, I want my own 3DMG, but I'm pretty sure that's not just me.
As for the pairings? Pretty much anything involving Eren for me, but my favorites are EreMika and RiRen, because...well, obviously. Though I've got to admit EreAni has a certain je ne sais quoi, as well. (That not-so-subtle hint of LeviPet after the 57th expedition pissed me off, though - if Levi has to be paired with a female, it should definitely be LevHan.)
I want to be Mikasa when I grow up. Two words: bad. Ass.
For the last bloody time, BLAISE ZABINI is NOT a FEMALE! Blaise is NOT a girl's name! Blaise shall NEVER BE a girl's name! You will no more come across a girl named Blaise, in your lifetime, than you will a girl named Philip or Robert! BLAISE ZABINI will FOREVER be nothing more and nothing less than a strapping young teenage BOY!
Also - yes, Hermione is smart. There's no denying that: she can't be an idiot if she managed to memorize all of her textbooks at twelve years old. But that doesn't mean that Harry and Ron are complete brainless morons who should bow down to her superior intellect at every turn! Hermione has proven that she can sometimes show just as little common sense as your average witch or wizard (obliviating her parents without any regard for their feelings and sending them off to Australia? Whatever happened to just informing them of the danger they were in and having them leave for a nice holiday in Italy?), so casting her as the only voice of reason in a world of madness is quite obviously a mistake.
Malfoy and Snape are evil bastards. Yes, perhaps you find their respective actors 'hot', and maybe they appeared far less detestable in the movies than they actually are, but the fact remains that Snape tried to get Sirius Kissed by a dementor (and hoped to get an Order of Merlin for it) and Malfoy tried to use the Cruciatus curse on Harry (the fact that Harry retaliated with an unknown spell that nearly cost Malfoy his life does not excuse Malfoy's actions). So until either Malfoy or Snape sees the error of his respective ways and apologizes to Harry, I cannot see Harry ever starting any sort of romantic relationship with either of them. Not that imagining Snape snogging anyone will ever be pleasant. Urgh.
For some reason, Malfoy is often cast, in fanfics whose main pairing he is a part of, as some sort of tall, blond sex god, whereas Harry is merely average or 'rather handsome' (the fics where he's 'breathtakingky beautiful, with almost feminine curves and cherry-red lips' instead aren't even worth mentioning). Let me remind you of several small but pertinent details: Harry looks just like his father, who was one of the most popular boys at Hogwarts in his day. He has his mother's eyes, which are almond-shaped and colored a brilliant emerald green. And he also resembles Tom Riddle, whose charm and handsomeness is repeatedly extolled upon. Ergo: messy hair, glasses, knobbly knees and all, Harry James Potter is A KNOCKOUT. Malfoy, by contrast, is described as pale, pointy-faced and reminiscent of a ferret.
What? Of course I don't hate Dramione. Who could possibly be so stupid as think that those two are completely and utterly incompatible? After all, the moment when Hermione reared back and socked dear Draco right in the kisser was just so romantic! Oh, but still not nearly as romantic as the time when he declared for all to hear that he hoped the Chamber of Secrets would remain open forever, so that Slytherin's monster could finish what it had started, but this time, properly kill Hermione and all the other current- and potential petrification victims. Or the time he called Hermione a mublood. Or the other time he called Hermione a mudblood. Or -...well, you get the picture.
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