Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
I'm not big into talking about myself so I won't say much.
My name is Vanessa and I am a recent high school graduate. If you hear from me via PM or in a review, it's because you've got real talent and you're worth it; I read too many FanFictions to review them all. Don't be offended if I don't review your story when/if I read it. It doesn't mean I don't like it. I've read loads of stories that I like, but only reviewed on a few of them. It's how I roll.
I love to read and write, but I find it difficult to write FanFiction because I feel like I'm butchering a beautiful piece of literature.
Okay that sounded sappy.
I used to love to read Gallagher Girl and 39 Clue FanFictions, but I've fallen out of favor with them as I realize how many of them are written by twelve-year-olds who have no idea how to write a realistic relationship. Either that or they don't know sentence structure.
I'm huge on the Harry Potter FanFictions, especially ones that involve time travel, someone who knows the future, or adding a character who has a relationship with one of the dead characters.
I don't like Snilly, Dramione, or Drarry; I pretty much love all the cannon pairings, and I can't stand slash. Sorry, but I don't like it. The one, non-cannon relationship I actually really like is Neville and Luna.
I am currently working on a Harry Potter story called Sister Slytherin that is the seven years of Harry Potter if he had a twins sister who was placed in Slytherin.
I also am working on a story called A Thousand Lives: A Reader's Wish which is about a normal boy named Jason Miller who, after opening a book made by Merlin, finds himself not only within the world of Harry Potter, but as the main character. What changes can a fan make while still acting in character all while slowly losing his memories of the real world?