Author has written 4 stories for Harry Potter.
Listed below because I'm way too lazy to see what I've posted and what I haven't.
Vampire's Daughter- Somewhat of a cross between Anne Rice's books, Underworld and Harry Potter. Basically Diana is a Vampire who works for Voldemort and who is caught up in a prophecy. From there things are pretty typical: fights between characters, murder, blood, clubs, bitches in pink and baby blue, blah blah blah.
I've got about six other other stories/one shots started but yet to be finished. They might be out soon.
I mainly do SSHG, but I plan on doing a HGDM and other DM fics with OC. But everything I do is Harry Potter...
Harry Potter Fanfiction Pet Peeves:
She is not a fucking whimp. She's not going to sit at home crying while her husband and son do all of Voldemort's dirty work. I know in HBP she seemed all weepy andall when she went to see Snape about the vow, but she was concerned. She is a MOTHER. It's female nature to want to protect your young. She grew up in the same house as BELLATRIX, as in the woman who gets drunk on pain and torture. How the hell can you not be tough after living with that?
No where in any of the books does it say that Hermione Granger and Ginny Weasley are friends. No where. It is automatically assumed that the two are friends because they are the only girls admist the Weasley boys and Potter. THAT DOESN'T MEAN THEY ARE. It never says Ginny rides on the train with them (the trio), it always says she goes off to find her own friends. She does have her own friends, but Rowling has yet to give their names (other than her multiple boyfriends). I don't mean the two cannot be friends at all, but if Hermione and Ginny were so close as to tell each other all of what they said and did, who they did and how big they were, Rowling would have mentioned it.
Hermione Being Taken in and Included as one of the Weasleys:
I'm sorry, but I distinctly remember a section of Goblet of Fire in which Hermione's Easter egg from Mrs. Weasley was substantially smaller than that of Harry's and Ron's and Ginny's. I distinctly recall that the Weasley matron was not at all hesitant to believe the rumors published about Hermione's disloyalty to Harry. The Weasley family took Harry in as one of thier own because they felt sorry for him; he obviously had no real family. They are not so understanding of Hermione's life. I am willing to bet, with what I know of the characters, that were Hermione to make a decision that Harry did not approve of, the Weasleys would quickly cut all ties with the witch.
Harry Potter Being a 'Golden-Boy'
Harry Potter is not a hero. He is not a savior and he is not good incarnate.
Harry Potter was nothing more than a baby who's mother loved him, just like almost everyone else. There was nothing, no special power that he was born with that allowed him to 'defeat' Voldemort the first time. And this second time he is just a glorified teen who thinks the world revolves around him. You give any teenaged male the kind of attention and special treatment Dumbledore and most of the world gives Harry and you will have an egotistical brat that can do nothing on his own. Having put him on the House team his first year didn't help at all.
I've got some other issues with him, but we're going to leave it as is for now.
Dumbledore as "All-good" and "All-knowing"
Am I the only one who believes Dumbledore is a control freak? Well, was, I suppose. The man attempts to control any and all situations that might occur, whether they be in relation to the fight against Voldemort or within someone's personal life.
I'm not saying he's always awful, but no one is that good. No one is that calm and twinkly.
Personally, I'm a very big fan of fics that portray him as a bad guy.
Fanfiction Pet Peeves in General:
All right, if you insist upon inflicting your writing talents (abysmal or astonishing as they may be) on the world, at least make it be so in a fashion someone can actually READ. Use correct punctuation, capitalization, everything.
Your subjects and verbs should agree. You should have both a subject and a verb to agree. If you're going to use gerunds and participles and infinitives, do so correctly. No dangling participles, no random gerunds. Know when a word is a preposition and when it is not.
If you are going to use a word, spell it correctly. If you can't take the time to write it out with all the letters it should have included, don't take the time to write at all.
When you use a word, make sure it is really the one you want. I've seen through in the stead of threw and though in place of throw. And vice versa.I've even seen people misspell 'throne' (it was spelt 'thrown').
And, for the record, there are three ways to spell 'there,' and they all mean something different:
There indicates a place.
Their is apossessive pronoun and, therefore, only be used to show a group of people's possession of a thing. It should take the place of a noun. I should be able to insert a group of people's names, or a group name, in its place.
They're is a contraction. In full form it is they are. In formal writing contraction are prohibited, but as this is fanfiction and not foral writing, they are allowed. I use them often. If you do chose to use such literary tools, please use them correctly.
If you are going to use a word, use it correctly and know what it means. Please. As a reader of fanfiction I beg it of you.