Author has written 6 stories for Harry Potter.
My writing is Brain Candy...or maybe Brain Floss... Damn...no...Dental Floss...at least I hope my writing is minty...
I've written a few things:
Ebb and Flow: when Althea Morrigan attended Hogwarts, she—like her classmates—considered Muggle Studies a joke. Unfortunately, as Muggle Studies professor, not much has changed. Why would anyone take the job? Drunken professors, prostitution, riding on the backs of Centaurs, murder, and an odd use for Puffskeins abound. As Professor Morrigan begins the 1993-1994 school year at Hogwarts she is confronted by memories of the choices she has made and must come to terms with them. Is it campy? Yes. Am I awful at summaries? Hella yeah. Cliches? Of course! (Hasn't everything been done with MWPP? Well, except for shooting them into space... I wonder how a lunar landing would affect a werewolf...)
Shown like the Sun is a sequel of Ebb and Flow and occurs during the summer between PoA and GoF. Althea, Remus and Sirius--who have more baggage than a baggage handler at Heathrow--return. Will Althea forget about Remus? Will she accept Sirius? Will she accept herself? Will she get a clue? When Althea confronts her past, things never go according to plan. Ships? Sink and run aground like Spanish Galleons. Is it campy? Yes.
Beneath a Clear Blue Sky is the third story in the Althea story arc, and surrounds the events of the Quidditch World Cup. Is it possible to undo twelve years in seven days? The Dark Mark, Muggle nightclubs, and dodging Aurors...
The Bitter Root is the fourth story of two paranoid prisoners of Azkaban, wild conspiracy theories involving the Ministry, and quite possibly the key to Voldemort's demise.
Same Old Ground is a one shot surrounding Sirius's mundane life at Grimmauld Place. Sirius Black needed to be loved and no woman would have him. This story is in no way connected the Althea story arc.
The Search for Sirius' Trousers is what I call a humor/angst story of a fan fiction author's conversation with what she thought was a fictional character.