Author has written 41 stories for Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Hobbit, M*A*S*H, Hunger Games, Fault in Our Stars, Misc. Tv Shows, and Avengers.
I like chocolate, one-word titles, unexpected adjectives, irony, classic movies, sometimes minimalism, and toast. And writing. I like writing.
I've been writing and posting for several years. The quality gets better with time. Tread carefully among my earlier stories. Edit: I have begun to systematically edit some earlier favorites to bring them up to more if-not-stylistic than at least grammatical quota.
I write fan fiction because I'm a raving fangirl who enjoys furthering characters and exploiting tantalizing plot opportunities.
Harry Potter will be forever my main stomping ground but occasionally another fandom grabs me from behind unexpectedly to tear at my creative glands with teeth and claws.
I've reluctantly allowed the personal messaging feature on my profile. I think the key word we're looking at here is 'personal' and I'd rather not do that if I don't actually know you 'personally'. After all, I may not be a fool and I am certainly not on the hill, and I don't suspect you are either.
I also have an account on Mugglenet-dot-com, under the same username with mostly the same stories posted. And an account on AO3, where I don't do much at all. Here you'll find my base command.
What's happening with my Harry Potter stuff:
Any non-completed work is on an indefinite hiatus while I struggle to climb out of the miry-pit-that-is-college. Stories I hope to finish some day in that murky, fog-shrouded thing called "the future" include my Of the Stars series starring Astoria Greengrass, I Suspect Nargles starring Luna Lovegood, and Lupe starring Teddy Lupin.
Of the Stars, is my biggest fan fiction project to date. It began it October 2009, and is (hypothetically) an all-inclusive Hogwarts-and-after history of Astoria Greengrass. Considered my brain child, I've taken it through several rewrites, where it's seen the best and worst of my writing, been pruned and primped and almost discarded totally, and is currently undergoing a massive re-write where I'm seriously considering just mashing together all the bits and pieces I like into one single conglomeration instead of an eight-book series. See this space for any updates on that.
As of now (March 2015), Of the Stars proceeds thus:
Luminosity – year one, completed 2/21/2014
Astral - year two, on hiatus
I Suspect Nargles features Dean, Draco, George, Hannah, Rolf, Neville and others and just what they think about Luna Lovegood. I really do like this one and I've got basically the whole story lined up, I just have to do that thing where you sit at a computer, put my fingers on the keys, and actually write it all out. And editing. I have to do that thing called editing.
Lupe is a shameless, angst-ridden melodrama featuring Teddy Lupin. It includes an OC (because I don’t ship Teddy/Victoire), Lily (who wastes away on unrequited love), George (who knows a bit about loss), Harry (who muddles through it all), Andromeda (who does her best), and another (semi)OC named Sylvie (who was marginally cannon until recent discoveries on Pottermore rendered her AU). I write this when I’m feeling gloomy. When you’re feeling gloomy you can go ahead and read it.
I have also written a Hobbit novella milis agus searbh which features Bard's eldest daughter Sigrid, her relationship with her family, with the world, and with a certain wounded young dwarf whom shows up on her doorstep one day and throws her life into turmoil. It's a rather sad little three-shot-plus-epilogue exploring the brutality of first-love and war.
Also, I have posted uair amháin, an alternate ending to milis agus searbh, in which Kili does not die. It takes place approximate three years after the Battle of the Five Armies and he and Sigrid have "parted ways" but are now re-met and are trying to navigate the difficulties that come with a romance of two races and two disapproving kingdoms. The ending may or may not come out as happy - it depends on your definition of the word.
At the time of their creation I thought they were the epitome of my artistic ability and now I've recently re-read them and I'm like...erf...could seriously use a re-write. With - you know - grammar nit-picking and stuff. I'll add it to my list of "maybe someday, if I've got time..."
I only read stuff of high quality so even if nothing of my own work tickles your fancy, go on to purge my favorites, and favorite authors, and authors of my favorite stories. Do so. Really. You shan't be disappointed.
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