Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
About me: Student of physics, language gourmet, sarcasm addict - that's me.
Age: early twenties
Languages: I'm fluent in German (obviously) and English. I might (or might not) get the gist if you write in Italian or Spanish but I'll certainly answer in English.
Warning: I learned English from bad teachers and good books, so there will likely be many mistakes in my reviews and stories. It's a small consolation, but I'm not mangling the language on purpose ;-)
Further Warning: I'm a science geek. Consider yourself warned.
Merry Sue's Misadventures - Sue Miller is a third year Hufflepuff. She is in no way remarkable, but she has lots of fun on her misadventures. Contains: How Merry Sue Earned Her Nickname, Mooning over Garish Stu
The Princess and the Frog - Snape's story as a fairy tale.
Witches Talk - Gossip travels fast at Hogwarts, and even (or especially?) the teachers enjoy it. In Harry's second year a group of witches gossips, laughs and banters before and after the duel between Lockhart and Snape.
Year of Full Moons - There are few things that Severus Snape fears more than werewolves. Having been bitten by one, however, he has to cope not only with painful transformations but also with keeping in Voldemorts good graces, teaching occlumency to an unwilling student and enduring Dolores Umbridge. Takes place in 1996.
Ideas That Might Become Stories In The Remote Future
Some ideas for further stories. I have snippets of these already written, but nothing that's even nearly ready for publishing. If you like any of these ideas in particular, tell me - I might consider it when I decide which project to tackle.
(1) Snape survived the war, but only a few people know of it. After several months of recovery he is finally well enough to go drinking with Shacklebolt (who is his friend in this story). Snape gets drunken for the first time in years and talks with Shacklebolt about auror training. A few disparaging remarks from Snape lead to a bet that has Snape going trough auror training under an assumed name. Obviously things will go wrong ...
(2) Snape might have turned from the Dark Lord, but it's not as easy as that. Or did you really think that Voldemort was just a cruel, torturing villain who spouts anti-Muggle propaganda? He has to have something to offer to his followers. For Snape it's respect and knowledge. Besides, even a dark lord needs someone he can rely on, someone who will be honest with him. And when Snape dared to speak his mind at their first meeting, he soon became this man to Voldemort.
(3) One night during Neville's seventh year he comes across Snape and a boggart ... (Oneshot)
(4) Draco has known Snape for all his life. Some scenes involving both of them, and an explanation why Draco didn't go to Snape in his sixth year. (Short)