Author has written 1 story for Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, and Harry Potter.
Writing fiction is one of my main passions in life. I'm a bit perfectionist when it comes to writing, which makes me rather slow, as I try to make each new chapter the best I can, and am willing dump entire chapters of a story if I feel something is not working.
I love all reviews, and don't mind constructive criticism that will help me improve my writing. In fact, I really welcome it, as long as it's not hurtful, or flame-bate in nature of course.
I can be found at cbrownjc.tmblr.com or you can reach me on livejournal @ livejournal.com/users/cbrownjc
Harry Potter and the Mystical Key: A Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Harry Potter crossover that takes place after Chosen and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Starting with chapter six, the story then runs parallel but also AU to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Total chapters in all will be around 20 to 22.
. . . okay, it's been how many years now since I stopped writing this fic? Like over seven. The reason I stopped writing it are personal as well as just many other factors, such as now being on my second computer since starting this fic. But the major reason has been writer's block. Or, more accurately, a fear of starting to try and write fiction again. It may seem weird to have a fear like that, especially when it comes to this story, since I've had the whole thing pretty much planned out from the start. However, once you've stopped writing fiction regularly, it's hard to fall into the groove again, and regain the confidence you once had about it.
Anyway, I don't want to say this story is 100% dead. Even after having two computers die on me since starting this fic, I still have all my notes and drafts for it. And I do take them out and still go over them and try to work on it. So that is why I won't say the story is 100% dead just yet. Because I would like to finally finish one fanfic that I've started, and even though I'm very self-critical of my work, I do think I still have something good here with this story. So we'll see.