Author has written 4 stories for Stargate: SG-1, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, and X-overs.
Harry Potter and The Chance at a New Life
Chapter 14 is 99% outlined
Chapter 14 is 85% Written, 65% Revisions, 15% Edit, 13??? words.
Chapter ? will be coming ?? (gonna stop making promises that are lucky at best, arbitrary most of the time and out to lunch at worst.)
UPDATE June: Hey, So I hate to say it but I have gotten almost zero writing done in the last 60 days. Certainly have gotten tons of ideas, some I have even added to my outlines and fleshed out some things in my mind, but as to words on paper I have gotten very few done. This is in part because I have been super busy with work, but I have also gotten back into Magic The Gathering Collecting (not really playing atm), and have been reconnecting with an old friend through gaming, meaning lots more gaming than usual (not that I am really complaining). This added on to my other priorities mean I have had little time or motivation to write. Sorry, but wanted to give everyone and update even if it was not what people want to hear. I have not abandoned my stories, just not been working on them atm.
UPDATE SEPT: I am not dead people... made some progress but not a ton, and New World is coming out so I expect to write even less than I have, not what people what to hear I know. That being said still working on my stories in the form of ideas and other stuff, been working on an arc for the SG/HP story to fill a gap I was worried about, so there is that, and I actually think it interesting and newish.
UPDATE SEPT 30th: New World is out and is taking all my time.
Harry Potter and The Land of Ice and Fire
ON HIATUS WHILE WORKING ON OTHER STORIES, AND TO GAIN A BIT OF INSPIRATION FOR THIS STORY!
Written = words on paper by either me typing them (usually 95%) and those that are in speech to text format (less than 10% usually) therefore extremely rough.
Revisions = checking for structure, ie I like where the chapter went and it covered or didn't cover what it should have. This can, as with chapter 6, result in significant rewriting.
Editing = This is before I send it to the beta, I usually edit the chapter 2-3 times MIN. (this I find can be the hardest and most tedious portion).
All 100% = Chapter is off to BETAs for review and work. This could be simply a day or a few days to fix any glaring mistakes found.
I have another story, an alternate history story that starts during the Roman Empire called To Pax Romana and Beyond. It is a original character insert from 2025ad to 35ad in the body of a teenage boy who died, with a twist. If that sounds at all interesting you can find it on alternatehistory . com in the AlienSpaceBat section of the forum, or simply search my name as it is linked in my signature there. You unfortunately need to make an account to view any of the stories on the site as they don't want a huge amount of trolls. There is also a large fanfiction section where there are some stories not posted here, that are on there.
A huge mistake a FF writer can make is have their chapters too short. 2k words MIN, not ideal but any less and I won't even pick it up. 5k This is about ideal, you don't want your chapters too long unless you write a lot and can get them out on at least a monthly basis. Ironically I make this mistake all the time, by having a huge chapter almost always being too late.
I hate mpreg stories. Why? Because woman are so under represented in fiction already, that taking away one of the key roles they can play in a story, to be replaced with another man is just annoying. I have no problem with slash stories, it is the mpreg that is stupid and unnecessary. Some stories seems to at times only contain slash/mpreg relationships delegating woman to be minor backdrop decorations. It is used far to often in fanfictions.
The last book in the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan, written by Brandon Sanderson, has to be the best book I have ever read. When I finished it I felt so many emotions, and to a degree a I have never experienced with any other books, even the Harry Potter series, Song of Ice and Fire, or the Pendragon series from my childhood. While I know many have issues with some of the slower parts of the series, (books 5-8) it is definitely worth the read to get to the best books, 9 onwards. Gets my recommendation for all fantasy readers. Also basically anything else from Brandon Sanderson is worth picking up.