Author has written 5 stories for Harry Potter.
Danish, female, twenty-and-a-few-years old, university student.
If you don't feel like writing English messages today, you can write me in any other language you'd like. I probably won't understand it, but I promise I'll find it interesting.
My writing. Status:
I have an old half-finished thing lying in a drawer, and I intend to take it up and brush the dust off it at some point. No idea when that'll be, though. I'm also writing on something new, and I'm fairly confident that it'll be something at some point, but exactly what and exactly when... well, your guess is as good as mine. [Update: This is a few years old at this point. Nothing has happened since. I never say never, but I wouldn't advice anyone to keep their breath while they wait.]
The Story That Might Be:
"And then I surprised myself: I was pretty sure I was never going to make it past one-shots and translations, and now I've suddenly started a rather big story." Quote from my profile January 2007, and my point is this: ...and then I stopped surprising myself and went back to being sure that I'm just the sort of person that can't finish big projects. I never made it past first chapter, but I decided it would make an okay one-shot, so there you go.
I read other people's stories a lot, and though stories might make it to my favourite list for many different reasons, I don't have any qualms about recommending all of them.
4 reasons why I like flamers (referred to in a few of my stories, I think) were a bit lame. If you're in flaming mood however, flame away, I can take it.
An answer to an anonymous review:
Not because I think it'll interest anybody but because I feel the need to answer.
You ask me were I got the idea that most people think environment means more to a persons personality than inheritance. Okay, I'll admit that I don't have statistic proof for this one. The correct wording would be: Most people I know think so. It's also the impression I get from TV, radio and other media. I also think so myself, which is why I wanted to find an explanation to why Harry is so relatively normal.
As for the other things, I sort of think they're a question of taste and as most people seem to like it (and more importantly, because I like it myself), I'm not going to change it.
"Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?" Dumbledore, Deathly Hallows, page 579, British edition.