Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
Preferred Launching Point: Harry Potter universe.
Favorite Pairing: Hermione Granger and Fred Weasley. (swoon)
Other Favorite Characters: George, Charlie, and Bill Weasley; Theodore Nott; Viktor Krum; Severus Snape; Remus Lupin; Sirius Black; Draco Malfoy (when he isn't being a complete and utter git); Oliver Wood; Lee Jordan; Luna Lovegood; Rabastan Lestrange
What I'll Read: My preference is really only determined by character. I'll read just about any pairing within that spectrum.
Excuses: Dear, sweet, darling followers (and sexy, brilliant reviewers) of An Unlikely Confidant: I'm sorry I have not updated in months and months and months. And while I have some legit excuses (job searches, moving across state, family death(s), and actual paid-for-my-brilliant-mind freelance gigs), none of those really cover this huge lapse. The truth of the matter is, I haven't wanted to. And the reason I haven't wanted to is because I had it in my head that there would only be one chapter left. But there isn't just one chapter left. There are at least three chapters left if I am to do this story of mine any sort of justice. And justice I intend to do, if only for Fred's sake and yours. So no, this story isn't (and never will be) abandoned though it may feel that way now. I appreciate your patience with me.
Obviously, I'm more than a little in love with the world of Harry Potter. In particular, I'm in love with the Weasley twins. I wish they were mine, and I mean that on several different levels. Fred should not have died and I'm not a fan that Hermione ended up with Ron. Or with Percy in the AU. Who ever thought either of those pairings were a good idea? And I'm definitely of the mindset that she's a diverse enough character to pair well with nearly anyone, so that should speak volumes of my distaste.
While Harry Potter isn't my only literary obsession, it's the only one I've any inclination to read or write fanfiction about. Ultimate goal would be to write a chapter story, something I've never actually undertaken.