I am currently a college student majoring in accounting.
I am American.
I am a huge Harry Potter fan, and have come to despise Twilight. I rarely, if at all, read crossovers. I will never write a crossover.
I am currently working on a Harry Potter fanfiction, but have not named it, or posted it. I will post it once it has been completed. It is about a Wizarding Society that is competent, and in fact, better than muggle society. I always thought it was odd that those with magic ended up being so...ineffective and stupid. It will, however, be realistic and will not end with a utopian society, merely a society that is far better and far more effective than any muggle one currently in existence. I mean, for goodness sake, they have magic.
I am not against slash or mpreg, but it is unlikely that any of my main pairings will end up as male/male, or female/female. It may, however, be in the background of my stories on a fairly regular basis. I know mpreg is unrealistic, but with magic anything is possible. They can change into other people with magic (polyjuice), so why can't they have a spell to change genders, or a potion to rearrange the male anatomy to accept a womb, and hence a child?
I hate Hermione Granger and thinks she is a bossy, know-it-all who really needs to learn to shut her mouth, get her head out of her books, take in other peoples feelings into consideration, and not be so bloody stupid.
I despise Ron Weasley. I think he is a jealous prat, lazy, stupid, has no manners, needs to keep his mouth shut while chewing, and is just an all around awful human being.
I think Severus Snape is an utter bastard. It doesn't matter that in the end, he comes out a hero. He still was rude, mean, made eleven year olds cry, emotionally abused the children in his classes, only asked for Lily to be saved, not Harry or James, and more. He's not a good man. I don't care what anyone says.
Albus Dumbledore knew Harry was being abused. "You had suffered. I knew you would when I left you on your aunt and uncle's doorstep. I knew I was condemning you to ten dark and difficult years." I don't see this as acceptable behavior. Dumbledore wasn't the kind grandfatherly figure we thought he was. He was sly and manipulative. He didn't see the forest for the trees.