Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
Current and Future projects:
The Minister's Son: I began writing this back in 2009 under the alias 'Inibaz'. But, to be honest, I have enough accounts and passwords to manage at work/in my personal life, I can't monitor more than one account on here as well. So while I'm writing Resurrexit, I'll work on this for fun as it will be my first non-dark endeavour since 'The Other Side of Hell'. For this one, I'll just post chapters as I write them, it's not the kind of story that needs to be complete first. No promises on when updated will come; my student days are long behind me and, as such, I don't have endless hours of free time anymore.
Resurrexit: This is the story I'm currently working on alongside Minister's Son. It's set post-DH (sans epilogue) in a world where Harry's wife is killed and he wants to track her killer down at all costs. It's fairly noir, and about halfway done. In my opinion, it can only be read as an ensemble, so I'm going to post it all when I'm done.
Ruin: ABANDONED. I get a lot of angry reviews about the fact that this story is listed as complete, but is the first of a trilogy that will never be completed. So, you have been warned. The sequels 'Recovery' and 'Return' will never be finished.
What Lies Beneath - COMPLETE! Yes, it's H/Tracey. There has been a lot of talk about a sequel. I'm not going to say never, but I don't have any plans for a sequel. My thoughts on the fic itself: in retrospect, I think it's actually a very dark story, not in the usual Dark!Harry sense where there's lots of blood and sex, but the fact that Harry's completely losing himself. For much of the story, he's stuck in a vicious cycle and there are very few moments where he is genuinely happy. As a result, the usual filler found in many fics is absent, making some parts of the story feel 'rushed'. I don't feel it's rushed, but instead, there is the main plot of Harry vs Voldemort with the 'Knights of Walpurgis' sub-plot flitting in and out of the main plot. I initially considered adding a sup-plot for Blaise Zabini and placing more emphasis on Dean Thomas but in the end, my decision was that there would be no focus on any character other than Harry because I thought it would undermine his peripeteia. As for the epilogue, I felt that a detailed epilogue mapping out exactly what happened to everyone and if/how Harry conquered the Ministry would not work; the former because I wanted to keep the focus on Harry right until the very end and the latter because of the epilogue would probably equal the length of the rest of the story if I properly mapped out the fall of the Ministry.
While I can't admit to actively managing this on a regular basis, the yahoo group below contains my old stories (such as 'The Other Side of Hell') that no longer appear on my profile. Warning: I was very, very young when I wrote these and they are now laughable.
Review replies: I've been very lazy about this lately and I apologise. What I'll do is respond to valid questions and reviews that look like they've taken a bit of effort to write.