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Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter, Hawaii Five-0, and Avengers.
I have learned more from Harry Potter than anything else.
I currently have three ideas for new stories, and I'm not sure which one to post.
Mira Potter and the Rise of the Phoenix: Harry has a twin sister, whose existence changes the fate of the war. Harry is still the Boy Who Lived, they don't hate each other, etc. Remus is Mira's godfather. An AU story starting in Harry's fifth year. Mentions of child abuse by the Dursleys.
When Each Other is all we Have: An AU Story where Harry is raised by Sirius. Starts with Harry's birth and goes through his Pre-Hogwarts years. There are several twists, and while the main story is Harry/Sirius bonding, there will be a lot of Remus, Alice, Neville, and Severus. Mostly canon until Halloween 1981 with a few noticeable, but possible, differences. Will most likely feature a manipulative but well meaning Dumbledore.
Percy Jackson and the Savior's Destiny: Takes place Post tLO and during GoF. Percy Jackson and the demigods are sent on a quest to England...to pose as students at a school for magic for the next couple of years. Percy finds out that Harry, who happens to be his cousin, has had a rough life, and its about to get a lot tougher. Percy vows to help and protect his cousin as they battle evils neither of them could have imagined. Incorporates some elements from HoO.
I'd appreciate the feeedback :D
Note: In most, if not all, of my stories, Sirius will be portrayed as a relatively mature adult. My reasoning for this is, even if he was immature all the time in his teen years (which there's no proof of), he has gone through so much that he has to have changed. He will still love to have fun, but he will know when to be an adult. He also will not be a total player when it comes to dating. Sirius in my stories will most likely serve as mostly a parental figure/confidant to Harry. Romance will play little to no role in the plot line with Sirius. I have nothing against these types of stories, and I've read quite a few good ones. I just can't see myself writing Sirius that way.