Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
As I'm sure many writers would agree with me, no matter how talented one might be introducing myself is always one of the hardest things I've had to write, so if you're looking for a novel of an introduction, or something worthy of reading at all, I suggest you look elsewhere, because I've never found the delicate balance between rambling and actually writing about myself. I suppose some of the important details about me are the facts that I am male, I am twenty five years young, and I've been writing since I was five years old and my mother forced me to sit down, strongly stating I was not to get up until I learned my own name.
Of course I didn't start writing actual stories until I was eight, and every teacher since then has told me I couldn't write to save my life, but eh, I got over it. Am I often tempted to print off Wattpad comments and mail them to all of my previous teachers? You betcha! I will never claim to be anything but a petty human being. At any rate I am an extremely sardonic person, fluent in spanish, french, and sarcasm. I have a four year old daughter who has me wrapped around her little finger, though she doesn't know it. I'm not quite sure if she's pretending or not. I live in a fairly small city-it's barely graduated from a town really-and I run the only club with my brother, which is a supremely amazing job, but offers less writing time than one would think.
I love writing, and while I don't really aspire to be a professional author, penning fanfiction brings me an unhealthy amount of joy. I like a lot of canon pairings, I like a lot of AU pairings, I like a lot of slash pairings, I like a lot of weird pairings, and you know what I just like everything Jo Rowling wrote. Period. I completely fail at writing girls, and I am a huge advocate of subject verb antecedent, so if you find me committing the latter crime feel free to smite me. I ask that you have patience with my female characters, because I am male, and girls have cooties, so it's really no wonder I don't understand them. I am always receptive of constructive criticism, and flames tend to make me laugh, especially when they are spelled incorrectly. I'm sure no one is really reading by this point, as I've just rambled on and on about matters of little to no consequence, so no one will really care if I end this in a very lame way, right? Splendid, I thought not. Don't let the wrackspurts buzz!