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Joined 05-14-14, id: 5729966, Profile Updated: 03-24-15
Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter, and Ender's Game series.

I'm an engineer, so most of the writing I've done (both academically and professionally) has been of a technical nature. I figured that writing fanfiction might be an entertaining exercise in creative writing. Here's to hoping I don't suck at it! Anyway, feel free to comment on or review anything I post, both for the creative content/plot and for the mechanical form (general writing conventions, style, etc.). I'm always interested in constructive criticism; in fact, that's one of the main reasons I'm doing this in the first place.

I'm probably going to stick with Harry Potter, at least for now, as it's familiar enough that it might hopefully serve as a gentle introduction into this type of writing. I'll do my best to avoid the major cliches (for example, Harry won't be using "Merlin," "Merlin's beard," or any other magical colloquialisms fifteen seconds after he learns he's a wizard, there won't be five chapters of Harry's shopping details, and the day I write the words "marriage contract" with a straight face will be the day I give up on fanfiction entirely), so if you notice one, odds are pretty good that I'm making fun of it.

Note: I'm an American, so try not to be too harsh with the Britpicking (though I will always appreciate constructive PM's about how things are said differently across the pond).

If you see a pun, know this: it was fully intended, and I probably giggled like a schoolgirl as I wrote it.

I'm going to try to make updates to whatever story I'm working on at least once per week.

The response to Harry Potter and the Lightning Scar has been great, and it was a blast to write.

I've written and posted Harry Potter and the Unforgivable Tournament, mostly because my hard drive crashed and I lost chapters 4 and 5 of Harry Potter and the Labyrinth, and I was much too frustrated to sit down and try to recreate what was lost. I did post chapter 4, but have fallen into a sort of...blah-ness about the story in general. I dunno, maybe I'll come back to it eventually.

In the interim (pretty much just to get my creative juices flowing again), I've written and posted Always Read the Fine Print, another one-shot.

Currently, I have a few plans for new stories, ranging from the conventional to the fairly unorthodox. In fact, the one I'm most excited about is something I've not seen at all before (namely, HP/Ender's Game); I'm posting it as The Dementor and the Mind Game.

After that, I want to do a fairly straightforward (if lengthy; I expect 150K words) HP/Skyrim crossover--I think it'll work out better than it sounds, actually; assume a fairly simple adventure primarily focused on the Greybeards and the Mage's College, rather than a long, rambling tale of how Harry does every little fetch-quest for every dungeon)--but I want to actually plan the whole thing out, so I don't go off half-cocked like I did with HPatL. I'm also planning a somewhat more compact (40K words) but arguably more interesting Doctor Who-ish HP story.

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The Dementor and the Mind Game reviews
HP/Ender's Game Crossover - After defeating the Formics, Andrew "Ender" Wiggin decides that he's done with war, and begins training at the ISL docks for a normal, quiet life as an astrowelder. Unfortunately, a hungry dementor and a computer program named Jane have other plans, so Ender finds himself at Hogwarts...and magical Britain will never be the same.
Crossover - Harry Potter & Ender's Game series - Rated: T - English - Fantasy/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 5 - Words: 19,084 - Reviews: 67 - Favs: 111 - Follows: 156 - Updated: 8/4 - Published: 3/22 - Harry P., Ender W.
Always Read the Fine Print reviews
ONE-SHOT. After being entered into the Tri-Wizard Tournament against his will, Harry does some independent research on what precisely "magically binding" means...and comes up with a very different approach to the competition. As they say, the pen is mightier than the sword...but is the quill mightier than the wand?
Harry Potter - Rated: K+ - English - Fantasy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 8,463 - Reviews: 83 - Favs: 667 - Follows: 212 - Published: 3/16 - Harry P. - Complete
Harry Potter and the Labyrinth reviews
Nearly six years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry Potter is once again pushed to the forefront of the struggle against evil...only this time, there's no prophecy foretelling the outcome, he has no idea who he's up against, and nobody is there to watch his back.
Harry Potter - Rated: T - English - Adventure - Chapters: 4 - Words: 17,878 - Reviews: 56 - Favs: 103 - Follows: 134 - Updated: 10/5/2014 - Published: 9/1/2014 - Harry P., Gellert G.
Harry Potter and the Unforgivable Tournament reviews
ONE-SHOT: Harry asks an obvious question during his first class with Professor Moody...and everything changes.
Harry Potter - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 10,665 - Reviews: 119 - Favs: 979 - Follows: 281 - Published: 9/21/2014 - Harry P. - Complete
Harry Potter and the Lightning Scar reviews
After the disastrous end of Harry's third year, Sirius and Remus scheme to lift Harry's spirits by sending him to the United States to learn to be an animagus. In the process, he ends up learning the truth about his infamous scar and how to fight his war. Word Count: 109,175, not counting Author's Notes.
Harry Potter - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Fantasy - Chapters: 36 - Words: 128,854 - Reviews: 1453 - Favs: 2,365 - Follows: 1,736 - Updated: 8/30/2014 - Published: 5/14/2014 - Harry P. - Complete