Author has written 2 stories for Harry Potter.
Please check out my one-shot, Harry and the Angel. It is by far the best thing I've ever written, and has been beta-read.
I just do Harry Potter fanfics. I read far more than I write, and I am a very slow writer too. I tend to get caught up in editing and re-editing, changing the flow of a chapter so many times, that it took me three months just to write the first couple of chapters of my first story and design an overall plot. I'm a Harry/Ginny shipper personally, and don't read slash fictions. I'm not such a fan of evil Dumbledore personally; I'm happier with him just making mistakes in judgement.
As for me, Ginny is by far my favourite character from the Harry Potter universe. I'm not sure why, or even how, and now several years of fanfiction reading have left me angry and sad when I go back to the original books and see just how few scenes she actually gets to have a role in.
I also just adore soul-bond stories. I don't know why, but the idea of them just got stuck in my head and I had to have a go at writing some but in different contexts. There's been so many now which focus on the soul-bond forming, I think it is interesting to take a story where the bond was already known about for the characters and then form a new plot from there. Either way though, if soul-bonds are your thing, I'd definitely recommend googling The Meaning of One by Sovran. I'm not sure it is on this site, but it is, by far, my favourite of the soul-bond stories written.
You may also find me on Siye, although I spelt my username wrong over there, to my embarrassment. -_-
Update January, 2019:
It's been a fair time since my last update. I'm hoping to get DOTS finished this year. That shouldn't be so hard, the plan only has a few chapters left. Mostly I'm going over it all again, trying to remember where the story was up to.
If I ever get the time and motivation for a third story, it will hopefully spend much more time in the initial planning phase, to really hash out a framework to write around. With any luck, that will make each individual chapter much easier to write.
All that said, here's hoping 2019 is a good year to you, the reader.