Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter, and Frozen.
Hi, my online name is flame5495. I am a very passionate Harry Potter fan.
Now that I've gotten rid of the obvious, let me talk. I don't have any particular reason for liking Harry Potter. I'm not going to gush over how it teaches the values of friendship and camaraderie and bravery or anything mushy like that. I don't think books can so blatantly instruct us in that way. I don't think the series is that amazing in any objective way, and when I try to pick up one of the original books now, (though this may be considered heresy by some), I struggle to read it. I still go back and read the scene where Ginny and Harry first kiss if I'm in the mood for something romantic and a pick-me-up, but other than that I haven't read the books in three years. I got into Fanfiction last winter/spring. I saw a recommendation for Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality on an 'A Song of Ice and Fire' forums, with absolutely hilarious quotes, and read that. Then, as soon as I finished, I read it again, all 500,000 words. I didn't branch into other Fanfiction pretty much until March or April, where I went on a week-long binge and read two million words, including Backwards with Purpose, Oh God Not Again!, and Nightmares of Futures Past.
Though HPMOR initially spurred my interest in Harry/Hermione, I quickly realized how much better for each other they were than Ron and Hermione. Though I don't have a dislike of Ginny like so many H/Hr fans, nor a dislike of Ron, I just think that the pair of Harry and Hermione would be better than either of the other two main pairings. I don't read bashing in stories though, since I think it's pretty obvious from the text that though all characters made mistakes, they were also almost all fundamentally good people. Well, that's actually not why I don't read it. I don't read it because the actions, especially in evil!Dumbledore or manipulative!Dumbledore fics make me cringe. Unlike A Sister is the best H/Hr fic that I have read. If you like that pairing, or romance of any type, you should read it. I think it's the best straight up romance as well.
Though I was only eleven at the time, when I first read Book 7, I liked the Epilogue. It left me with a warm fuzzy feeling, knowing everything worked out okay. Now I realize how people wanted it to be open to other pairings and such and not have everything laid out for them, but while I understand wanting to make the kids names different, or change their number or ages, the pairings should not be messed with without going into the dark and frightening depths of non-canon compliance. I see no problem with JKR sticking a bookend, a firm ending or potentially, a new launching point, on her series.
My favorite part of the epilogue was Rose Weasley seeing the blond haired boy with his parents, who of course was Scorpius Malfoy. When her dad told her, jokingly, that her granddad would never forgive her if she married a Pureblood, I thought they were going to end up married. There's no reason to put that in unless it is foreshadowing. And so my head-canon of Scorose was born.
The next-gen fiction The Magic Word is Sorry, Not Please has the best family dynamics of any I have ever read. Much of it has become my head-canon as well for the next generation. More the ages of the characters, and a little of their personalities than anything else.
All fics mentioned in this can be found in my Favorites list, and I encourage you to read them all.
I currently have two in progress stories, one next-gen Harry Potter story which I will get back to at some point, and one Frozen-Harry Potter crossover that I'm actively writing. Hope you enjoy!