Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter, and Merlin.
Some boring things about me:
I have a challenge to write a series of basically insane Harry Potter crackfics and seeing as I have finally finished high school I gather it’s about time I share my antisocial, insane writings with the lovely sub-population of ff.net.
Well I actually want to be a published author one day but trust me, anything I post will not be my best work, I am an amateur at best and my spelling/grammar is dismal. Very badly I need anything I do to have a beta but my number one choice is currently in America and I don’t know if she’ll have time when we’re at university next year.
I think anything I post will be Harry Potter related, people of my generation know that growing up with JK’s literature means we’re left with a big gaping hole now the series has ended, one which can only be filled with perverted yet nostalgic fics.
I’m going to promise right now that if anyone reads the crap I write (or not) I’m still going to post to the end, by no means am I evil enough to stop writing part way in, it defeats the whole bloody purpose. I’m an adult and so I write with an adult style, and for adults, I will rate accordingly but some of the challenges I’ve been set are…not for the faint hearted. Once I get around to serious stuff I’ll reel it in but I’m not adverse to profanity (but only in reasonable amounts) and I love slash writing, particularly Drarry so please if you don’t like, don’t read.
OBSTACLES FOR WRITING
1. The internet turns off at 11pm. Yes that's right, living with my parents means I have to deal with this stupid rule, if I forget to post before midnight it's too late.
2. Skyrim. Maybe I shouldn't name this game because who knows, I might be an evil Steam robot here to advertise, so to be fair Sims 2 and 3 and Assassin's Creed are good too but it's Skyrim I'm obsessed with. If I could play it all day every day without being judged I would.
3. Prospect of Uni. And soon actual university. I somehow got into the university of my dreams and so once I start there my fan fiction will take a back seat but no way will I kick it to the curb.
4. My brain stops working. I never get writer's block, sometimes writer's overload though. However what does happen is I absolutely forget what was happening in the story or even the last chapter and then have to spend time reading my own work (which can be painful)
5. I am rubbish at details and a terrible editor. I would literally kill someone for a Beta to help me out but I haven't got around to it. I will before I hit complete on any of my (serious) stories though.
REASONS WHY THE OBSTACLES DON'T MATTER
1. Okay so you'll understand this if you've ever been properly, scarily in love. When you know you couldn't love anyone any more and you're jittery and skippy and jumpy and just happy. Or maybe you remember when you're a little kid and were going somewhere exciting or got something you really wanted and you just have to jump around and squeal? Well you might not believe me but I get that feeling times 10 every time I get a good review, I literally do a happy dance around my room, all I want to do in life is write and be a fantastic writer and I treat my fan fiction stories as the first clumsy step toward that, giving up on them is not an option.