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Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter, and Chronicles of Narnia.
UPDATE (July 31, 2011):
Well, the next chapter is well underway, and it's going to be a bumpy ride. I've got so much planned for it that I hope I can pack it all in.
On an off note, I must say that it feels fantastic to be writing again, and I want to thank everyone for sticking around and keeping with me on this story!
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Future Fan Fiction Works:
Letters of Love - The wizarding world's mailing system, much like the Muggle postal service, is not totally without mistakes. So when a letter that was intended for Hermione Granger is delivered instead to Pansy Parkinson, all sorts of chaos ensues. All Terry Boot ever wanted was to be able to confess his feelings for Hermione, but when it becomes obvious that she doesn't return his affection, he finds himself chickening out. Meanwhile, Pansy is under the impression that Draco has sent her a love letter, when really he doesn't even notice her. His attention is entirely too wrapped up in a certain redheaded Gryffindor sixth year, who is also being courted by Neville Longbottom. She, however, would just rather catch the attention of Harry Potter, who is battling with Rodmilla Vane's insistent onslaught of love mail. How many more could possibly get pulled into the tangled web?
Hermione/Lupin One-Shot - After the death of Tonks and their unborn child, Remus Lupin has just not been the same. But he is not the only one who grieves. Hermione had silently suffered for the pain of her ex-Defense teacher, but not only out of sympathy. Her heart longs for him to notice her, to try and heal his heart's wounds by loving her instead of spending each night alone. Will they ever see a happy ending, or will fate deal them something more sinister?
The Confession List - While trying to uphold her new found duties as a fifth year prefect, Hermione feels that she needs to turn a piece of parchment she found over to the Deputy Headmistress. However, Hermione can't seem to tear herself away from reading some of the embarrassing, appalling, and sometimes shocking secrets that they students of Hogwarts have confessed in anonymity. She is especially absorbed in the secrets that the paper holds when she reads number sixty-seven, which clear states that someone thinks they are in love with her. Who could this person be? Who started this list? How many students have seen it and added their own short admissions? Hermione's determined to find out when she takes it upon herself, as Gryffindor prefect, to get to the bottom of this mystery, even if it is more for personal benefit than anything...
Riddle's Phantom Sequel - Hermione has been living in the new world for a little over a year now, and each night, she finds herself wishing more and more that she had never returned from Tom Riddle's time. Her heart pangs to be with him once again, though she is currently living with and dating Ron Weasley. Can she learn to move on or will all of the sorrow be too much? Could she possibly find a way to alter her choice without altering the future too much? Or will destiny intervene and bring her what she wishes for most? And if it does, how is she going to explain to Ron what a young Tom Riddle is doing in their home?
Forgotten Memories Sequel - Hermione and Oliver have been married for years now, and they have a happy, successful family. Oliver is still Puddlemere's greatest Keeper to date, and Hermione is now head of the Janus Thickey ward at St. Mungo's. Their daughter is all that they could have hoped for: smart, athletic, and humbly modest with a touch of sweet, sassy personality. She is prepare to start her third year at Hogwarts, which is to be her crowning glory to date. But what happens when rumors escalate through the tabloids and accuse Oliver of having an affair with the daughter of the team's supporters? Will tension and anger replace the love that used to fill their home? Will their family be pulled apart?
I have quite a few more stories planned, but I haven't gotten around to re-writing the synopsis on each yet. Probably because I lost the document where I had my future story descriptions written. But alas, I'll add them as I remember them or come up with more. In the meantime, PM me and tell me which one you think sounds great and which you would like to see next.
Other Written Works by Me:
The Van Helsing Legacy Fic (no title to date) - Where had she gone wrong? She hadn't asked for this. She was just a normal girl in a completely normal world, right? Why was fate and God being so cruel to her? Had she been destined to stare out the grimy windows of a dark, gloomy castle with a beast of unmeasurable grotesque quality breathing down her back? She would never sleep again, never see the outside of the walls she was now prisoner inside. And she would never consent to be the bride of such a horrible monster. This was all the fault of that stupid church bishop. If he hadn't come to her with that absurd story and sent her on a "mission," as he called it, she wouldn't be in this situation where she was being courted by a yellow-eyed man who bestowed upon her everything her heart could ever desire. How in the world would she ever get out of this?
Past Life Fic (no title to date) - Ever wonder why people get obsessed or have fondness for things of the past? Shayla does. She adores the world of old when valor and bravery made you a noble knight and princesses dressed in beautiful gowns of handmade finery. But she can't quite figure out why she's drawn to this. Her friends think her obsession is weird, but when she inherits a castle from a long lost relative, she'll soon be investigating her "odd infatuation" as her friends call it. What might she find? Is there a connection between her and the past? And more importantly, is she meant to discover this connection and the intricate design of life?
Peter Pan Fic (no title to date) - Disney movies are made for kids, so naturally the true tale of Peter Pan would become a childish fantasy, but what about what really happened? Who was who and why did they become that way? Why did Tinkerbell hate Wendy? Where did the Lost Boys come from and how did they get there? What truly happened between Wendy and Peter? Is it more than a dream of a young girl who doesn't want to grow up? This is the adult version of the famous fantasy tale: Peter Pan.
Alice In Wonderland Fic (no title to date) - Ally Pierce was your average girl. She was struggling with her last year of high school, convinced that once she turned eighteen, she would runaway and never have to go back to school again. Instead, she would pack up her favorite books, a picture of her grandfather, and run to all the libraries in the world. She would backpack through Europe to climb mountains and see the wonders. She would admire temples and eat authentic oriental cuisine in Asia. Then she would travel to South America to see all the wonders of the rainforest. After that, she would spend a year on the beaches in Mexico and another on the African savannah. Her plans were endless... But first, she had to get through one more night out with her family. She could hardly believe she was suffering through her hometown's little carnival just because her younger sister had wanted to come and her parents obliged every whim her sister had. If Ally was lucky, she could hide inside of the mirrored funhouse. Nobody had told her that things would get so strange when she did enter, though...
Angels vs. Vampires Fic (no titles to date) - Kat was a dreamer by most people's estimation. She would rather not talk or socialize with her co-workers at the homeless shelter and mission store. Instead, she would rather get through a workday as painlessly and quickly as possible before retiring to her home, where her trusty feline pal, a good book, and some bad take-out was waiting for her. But on one particular day, Kat finds herself dealing with more than she can handle: Crazed homeless men showing up at her workplace, claiming to be an angel that was sent to ensure her well-being; more homeless guys turning up on her apartment doorstep, speaking in cryptic, odd speech; and the threat of losing both her job and her home because of the idiots. She had no idea what the neighboring food salvation store was putting in their meals, but whatever it was was making the unfortunate customers crazy because many of them seemed to think they were vampires or angels. And even worse, the infection of mania must have been spreading because she could have sworn that the man on her doorstep had sharper teeth than most and the palest skin she had ever seen, while the man who had showed up where she worked was covered in feathers that had a silvery sheen to them. It was all just too odd for her, this fairy tale junk... or was it?
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A few words of inspiration from some brilliant people before I leave you to check out my stories:
"Why do writers write? Because it isn't there." - Thomas Berger
"There are many reasons why novelists write--but they all have one thing in common: a need to create an alternative world." - John Fowles
"If there's a book you really want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it." - Toni Morrison
"Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart." - William Wordsworth
"I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotion." - James Michener
"Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum." - Graycie Harmon
"Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought for are commonly the most valuable." - Francis Bacon
"Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow..." - Lawrence Clark Powell
"Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia." - E. L. Doctorow
"If I don't write to empty my mind, I go mad." - Lord Byron
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