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Author has written 18 stories for Harry Potter.
Note as of 14 August 2012: Today it is six years since I posted the prologue of A Busy Year full of Surprises. As you all know, the story has since been abandoned, but I am still pondering what to do with it. I have my notes and some finished chapters left. I am considering either deleting it from the internet; leaving it in the way it’s online now, publishing a synopsis of my plans for the fic; or editing the chapters (five through eight) and uploading those, and put up a synopsis on the rest of the chapters. (I had intended to write 21 chapters.) The poll is merely a way to check if there’s any interest in the story; the decision as of if and when I will work on the story is mine alone. The other project (see below) is my main priority at the moment, at least as far as fan fiction is concerned.
Statement as of 17 June 2012: As I’m sure you’ve all figured out by now, A Busy Year full of Surprises has been abandoned. It was on hiatus from 2008, and nothing big has happened since (literally, I’ve opened the documents on my computer and looked at the notes and that’s as far as working on the project got!). I am presently engaged in another project (as last Sunday’s note tells) and I rest assured I will never complete ‘A Busy Year full of Surprises’. James was intended to get his Lily (obviously) and Sirius would get his Remus. I actually had plans making it a trilogy. I might write something on how Sirius and Remus fell for each other in Hogwarts, and the rest of the ideas for the trilogy, although A Busy Year full of Surprises isn’t a good base for the idea; should these ideas ever resurface to life, I think the outcome would be very different.
Note as of 10 June 2012: It’s been nearly two years since I last published a story. This is a bit embarrassing for me, actually, and I’m sure to have lost many, if not all, of my readers on the ride. I have been writing actively since 2006 though, and it has been mostly fan fiction: I’ve uploaded one-shots and shorter stories occasionally since. I am working on a novel length (above 100,000 words long) story and I plan to finish it before I upload it—I must finish it before uploading it, because the story is drafted in one piece, and I have only sliced it up in paragraphs, not chapters. (Nothing I recommend for fanfic writing.) The story is taking ridiculously long to finish though—I started writing it more than three years ago—but I’m very close to completion. I hope.
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DISCLAIMER: Harry Potter, all characters, creatures, locations, organizations, institutions, or any other intellectual inventions of J. K. Rowling remain the sole property of said J. K. Rowling, her various publishers world-wide, such as, but not limited to, Bloomsbury Ltd. and Scholastic Inc., as well as Warner Brothers. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is being intended; nor is any monetary profit made from this work of fan fiction: a fan-written story set in another writer’s universe.