Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter.
Location: Los Angeles
Okay so I've been known to go inactive for long periods of time; but now I am back! I love writing but am a bit of a perfectionist so I tend to be very slow since I'm never completely happy with my work...but that's the fun of fanfiction.net isn't it? School keeps me very busy, so I've finally opted to stop with the more serious type works and go for some lighter fun stuff that is easier to work on in between the stresses of life :)
Currently In-Progress :
One Thousand Words- My newest work; it's a songfiction (Meaning that I wrote a story that relates to a song, so I embed the lyrics of the song throughout the story). I love songfictions, and this one is written as a series of drabbles from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, including memorable moments, missing moments, the characters' thoughts and/or emotions, etc. Features: Harry/Ginny, Ron/Hermione, Remus/Tonks, Severus, Neville, Albus, Weasleys, Draco, Luna, and more!
My Sassy Witch- A spin-off of the Korean movie "My Sassy Girl," featuring Harry Potter and Cho Chang as the leads. I began this story before the release of the seventh book, so it would be considered as an Alternate Universe story (it was before, anyway, since in this story, Cho did not attend Hogwarts). It's a light and fun comedy!
The More is My Unrest - A reflective one-shot paralleling an old debate of Love from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by applying the famous story to the Harry Potter series' Next-Generation kids. How is it that Romeo switched so suddenly from loving Rosaline to Juliet? Were either of those real love? This story is told from the point of view of Rose Weasley, as Rosaline, a silent character from the epic play. Scorpius Malfoy is Romeo Montague, and Lily Luna Potter is Juliet Capulet.
A Moment to Come Passed - A Challenge one-shot; in which a friend gave me a few prompts to serve as guidelines for writing a story. This story started out as just a fun writing crack, but then my writing ran away with me and the piece turned into something more serious. The guidelines she gave me were:
This story turned into a Continuation/Missing Moment story and was a lot of fun to write. Considering the ages of the characters in the story, this is just a fun banner for visualization/playful purposes-