Author has written 15 stories for Harry Potter, and Misc. Books.
'Ello, all! I want to say thank you so much to all you brilliant writers out there who've caused me to spend hours in front of the computer reading your beautiful work. I do love to write, but I don't write fanfiction that much yet. I've ventured there... it just hasn't worked that well, yet. But I LOVE reading HPfanfics, so I'm content with that for now! xD
Also, I'm trying to start a new habit of reviewing almost every story I read, so I'd appreciate it if you'd return the favor! (-wink wink, nudge nudge-)Any authors on my Fav Authors list probably have stories that should be on my Fav Stories list, but it was full up awhile ago. I've cleared out some, but my point is, there are lots of stories that should be on my Fav Stories list that... aren't. But I want to give all of my favorite authors credit.
Oh, about my stories... Well, Chronicles of Bob (formerly Randomness) is a three-chaptered "fic" that's completely nonsense. There isn't a serious sentence in the whole thing, except possibly one towards the end of it (I felt compelled towrite a random tribute to Dumbledore). It was so amazingly fun to write (though if you're a serious person, probably brain-cell-devouring to read), that it's possible for me to write another chapter, though it's supposed to be Complete now.
The Tapestry is my more serious (partly...) story. If I'm to be completely honest, I'd say the idea is certainly original (as far as I've read), but it's still a bit... well, bad. However, my beta (DancingInMagic on PhoenixSong.net and IDanceWithWords on LiveJournal.com) is not bad. In fact, she's amazingly amazing and fixed SOO much junk in Tapestry that it's not even funny. -cough-mom/mum-cough-. Yes. Well, anyway, thanks for taking the time to read this whole boring thing. Hope you drop a review by and I'll be certain to check out your stories in turn. n.n
Okay, as for the fanfics under the "Misc." category, those are from my English projects. We had this choice to do a "Revised Edition" of the book we had to read for the project, and we could write an additional chapter at the end of the book (which is mostly what I did), or you could do a "missing moment", for lack of a better term. You get the idea. They're based on:
--"Turned To Stone" by Gina Berriault. This one's a short story in some short-story-anthology-thing.
Yeah. I'm totally babbling again. When it comes to fanfiction, I can't seem to sound (read, whatever) like anything other than a spastic, over-enthusiastic 8-year-old who needs to lay off the caffeine and get a life. But, I do try to act my age...or within 5 years of my age...sometimes. sigh ;)
Okay, and the last explanation! Well, there's this community on LiveJournal, RT_Challenge, which hosts prompted ficathons for monthly periods. There've been 3 so far, though I only participated in the beginning of the second one. (I was unable to finish the challenge, unfortunately, but the prompts are still useful for jump-starting a lazy muse!) Four are drabbles (approx. 100 words or less), and the other three aren't much longer than that. All of them are either ridiculously silly or ridiculously dramatic, but... hey, I'm still learning here, okay? I told you I wasn't very good at writing fanfiction, just reading it!
Here's the prompt list for the April ficathon: tinyurldotcom/rwl52
And here's one for the community in general: tinyurldotcom/pywk9
(And yes, for some reason, I'm a bit obsessed with using tinyurl(dot)com, but it's just such a good idea and it's so useful!)
Oh yeah, and I don't own anything, blahblahblah.