Author has written 37 stories for Harry Potter.
My own stories: I began writing fanfiction in 2006. Most of the crappy ones have been taken down, and the ones that passed my current scrutiny have been left up (even if they only mark a 2 on my personal rating scale). I quit writing fanfiction for almost two years at the end of 2008, and I've come back now for some unknown amount of time. I personally think that fanfiction will always be a hobby of mine, when I find myself with time on my hands.
I've decided that Harry Potter, for now, will be the only series I 'destroy' with fanfiction; it is a known fact that once you read fanfiction of it, the original books are never the same.
Most of my fics between the years of 2006 and 2008 are *very* full of angst, self-mutilation, sadomasochism, bondage, and Dark themes. I was curious during those years about my 'darker' side, and even though I've since grown out of the full-blown angst-loving, you will see a familiar (if not overwhelming) theme in my work from 2010 onwards.
My current WIP is titled Invictus, and I am quite enjoying writing it. As for personal favorites in my own work (aka, things I suggest reading first), they are listed below:
Invictus, Echo, Solace, Firsts, A Series of Snarry, The Thin Line, Worms, Thoughts, Memories, Hallowed, To Tame the Hearts of Men, and the Breaking Benjamin Series.
Those are the best of what I have as far as style, diction, syntax, content, etc. Of course, it's my personal opinion, but I think you will probably agree with me ;)
I LOVE reviews and they definitely inspire me to keep writing. I will also always respond as long as I know I have a new one (sometime ff.n never alerts me)
As for my favorite author/stories list, I have just revamped it, cutting out every author and story I couldnt remember from before. If I remembered it after so long, that means it was ace, lol.
NOTE: I am not to most punctual of updaters. I am currently back after a two year hiatus, and I can't say for how long or whether it will happen again. I do try to finish stories though, cause things like The Marriage Stone drive me nuts with worry over the authors and their wonderful works. So I'm back for now, but if you really can't handle unfinished/really slow WIPs, don't read the WIPs.