Author has written 30 stories for Harry Potter.
I've loved the written word since watching my mother’s fingers trace the lines of a book, luxuriating in riveting tales and well-turned phrases. Many a night I read until dawn, a plastic flashlight hidden under the covers to light the pages as I raced the rising sun to finish my latest must-read.
Since joining the HP fandom, I've been privileged and honored to receive more than 50 awards, including Best Author (Quill to Parchment Awards) and Best Classic Author (Most Potente Passions). Among others, my stories have won awards for Best Hurt/Comfort (Spoils of War, Morning Has Broken), Best Novel Length (Calling Card, Guard…Check…Mate) Best Action/Adventure (Harbinger), Best One Shot (A Beach in Ireland), Best WIP (Saving a Death Eater, The Summoning), Favorite Overall Story (Complexities), and Readers’ Choice (A Quest of Paladins).
I don't have any plans to revise my early work. I cherish these stories as the stepping stones of my writing journey. Please be advised that some stories contain adult content, none more graphic than equivalent scenes in the television shows True Blood or Game of Thrones, and age appropriate warnings are posted.
Like many fanfic authors, I've turned by attention to original work which I write under the name Lin Thornhill. I'd like to add the encouragement I've received from the fanfiction community, and the friendships I've developed, have been instrumental in my journey. Thank you to each and every reader, lurker, browser who has taken a look at something I've read and/or taken the time to leave me a review to let me know what they thought.
My original story Verisimilitude, published in Thoroughly Modern Monsters, reached the top 100 fantasy anthologies and broke into the top 10 in the UK the first month of release. Ben and Christine’s story will continue in 2016 as I post a series of one-shots on my website. Fixatation is my latest short story, published in Immanence, and is particularly exciting as it anchors The Melting Pot novel series I’ve been developing for the past year.
Both anthologies were edited by J.L. Aldis, published by Story Spring, and are available on Kindle and in paperback.
Demented Amanuensis (20)
In Dreams (72)
Ryuko monogatari (4)