Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter.
Age: 18 (I can no longer commit crimes, for now I shall be punished as an adult. I fear that all the joys of being a teenager are no longer at my disposal.)
Quote: “My soul is like my lunch box, empty.”
Favorite Books: Oh, where to begin? I tell you I have over seven hundred books locked away within my room and that number is growing continually. However, here are some titles that everyone could benefit from:
Harry Potter, A Density of Souls, Atlas Shrugged, East of Eden, Quicksilver, Jonathan Strange, Enchantment, Jane Eyre, any and all of Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles (except for the final few)…and hundreds of others.
Favorite Pairing: Draco/Harry
there is such a sense of passion about them, whether they are wrapped in a sensual embrace or if they are locked in a heated battle.
The Anointed Prince: This is my first fanfic, though hopefully not my last. I had some reservations about posting this story; I worried that it would not be well met by readers. However, I am beyond pleased with the overwhelming acceptance of this story. I must say that had I ever doubted posting TAP I no longer could after the number of people who reviewed the first chapter.
TAP is a tale of two souls from two very different backgrounds. My hope was that in their differences they would find refuge from the violence that seems ever present in their day and age. I did not want to expect much from this story because I feared my lofty goals would not be met, however, the more I wrote the more my expectations of myself grew. I hope that with each chapter the reader feels the desperation, the suffering, the hope, the violence, the acceptance, and all other emotions that prey upon the human soul. Most of all, however, I wished for the reader to feel the love. To be able to feel the raw devotion and understanding will become the core of TAP’s characters. I will be the first to admit that I am a hopeless romantic. The idea of one person loving another to the point of absolute devotion is beautiful to me. To have that warmth, that tender embrace always present, always there to comfort you is overwhelming. And that is what I wanted the reader to understand. If I have managed to convey even a tiny hint of those emotions, then I shall find this story to be complete.
Shades of Gray: I cannot recall the exact day that I first read this story, however I can recall that it captivated my attention with the first chapter. It is not of my own creation, that honor belongs to LenJade alone. I am sorry to be the one who will finish this rather remarkable story, however, I am also glad because if gives me a chance to elaborate upon an already wonder plot line. I cannot hope to write this story in the same manner as LenJade; I am a writer of detail. Still, I hope that my words will not damage the story. I hope that I can aide it in becoming what LenJade wished it to be. That will be my objective with this story.
At to the matter of updating SoG, I fear I have stumbled into a minor problem. I am unaccustomed to updating two stories at once, and as my readers of TAP can attest, I am rather unaccustomed to updating one story in a timely fashion. As such, I have requested the advice of a fellow author and they have agreed with me that it is probably best if I finish TAP before posting the next chapters of SoG. I understand that many of you will be quite upset with this decision, and I apologize sincerely to you. Having been a reader of fanfiction for about a year before posting, I know the pain of being forced to wait for updates. However, I can guarantee you that I shall be working on SoG during the completion of TAP. It will not, however, be my main focus. Thus I will not be updating, because it would be far harsher to update SoG once ever six months rather than once a week. By the time I finish TAP, SoG will be complete or close to completion. Should SoG be finished before TAP then I will begin updating it at the same time as TAP (every Monday).
Again, I apologize for this; I know it is not what you wanted to hear. I apologize for I had not anticipated such trouble before affirming that I would accept the adoption of SoG. If LenJade should wish her story to be updated presently and in a timely fashion and requests that the story go to another author, then I shall not interfere. Though I would like the opportunity to work with SoG, I understand LenJade’s need to see her work completed.
UPDATES:Iam so, so sorry, but my dad went out and boughtus a new computer. I love it because our old one was a hundred and three years old and so slow it made a snail seem like alightning. However, it doesn't haveWord on it and thus I cannot upload my new chapters onto it. We will haveWord before theend of the week though, so never fear.Hopefully I'll even have twonew chapters to update,so look for those sometime this week. So sorry foranother set back.I pray to whoever will listen that I have not pushed you beyond your patience.
READERS: I know I thank you all the time, and I know you probably tire of seeing the same phrase over and over again (i.e. …it is appreciated), but I feel that your part in the writing of each of my stories deserves credit. Perhaps you did not write the words, and perhaps you have not liked everything that has been written, but the point is that you read it. You take the time to read my words and that is a greater compliment than any other (that does not mean you do not have to review, I do appreciate a few kind words occasionally). To receive feedback is amazing, because it shows how my work has touched you. If one of my stories has made even one person happy, then it is a masterpiece. If one of my stories made you laugh, smile, or cry, then it is well worth the effort and time to write it. My wonderful readers, these stories are dedicated to you.
BETA(s): To my beloved grammar Nazi(s), what would I do with out you? I would drown amidst a sea of commas and run-ons. I would plunge to my death in a pit of mixed up words and letters. I would bleed forever with my senseless tangents. You are my savior(s) in the world of punctuation, spelling, grammar, and logical order. I thank you, for without you my readers would have a hard time understanding everything I write.