Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter.
I'm a full-time college student with an almost full-time job as well, so I have far less free time this year than I did last year. I still spend quite a lot of time on various fandom-related activities. I am most active at the SugarQuill and at LiveJournal.
I spend a good deal of my time writing - I'm mostly finished the first draft of a YA fantasy novel - but I never planned to write fanfic. Then I was struck by a particularly persistant idea, and I gave in at last to the urge to write it out. The result is, of course, The Phoenix and the Serpent. Since this site has quite a tight limit on the length of summaries, I'll post the "real" summary below.
The Death Eater had pulled his head out of the bell jar. His appearance was utterly bizarre, his tiny baby’s head bawling loudly while his thick arms flailed dangerously in all directions, narrowly missing Harry, who ducked. Harry raised his wand but to his amazement Hermione seized his arm.
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