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I've been sorted in Ravenclaw, and my fellow members of the House of Blue and Bronze have been exceptionally welcoming so far. I'm also certified by PI as a beta reader.

I finally found inspiration to write something of my own, and posted here at MNFF, as well as over at SIYE (under the same name).

Besides reading fanfiction (which I've recently gotten back into), I enjoy playing my trumpet and working with drum and bugle corps. I'm currently a music teacher, recently graduated from university.
...And that's about as much detail as I feel comfortable putting on the internet for just anyone to read. If you want to know more about me, just ask. I'm always glad to make a new friend.

Lastly, thanks to everyone here for putting up such wonderful stories to read! I really hope that you'll check out my story ("What's Your Favorite Color?") and let me know what you think.

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1. FloreatCastellum
I don't add favorite authors lightly. I love your writing style, and I look forward to reading more from you.
2. MagEd
I've really enjoyed reading your stories.
3. Northumbrian
I think you have a really creative way of looking at these situations and finding the best way to tell a story? You write emotions more genuinely than any other fanfic writer I've read; it's absolutely one of the reasons I keep coming back to your stories. I also like how you develop the characters past the point to which the books take us while remaining true to canon. Your continued compliance to that canon (that of the original seven books, which is what matters) and to your own canon is admirable and attractive.
4. WeasleyMom
I was pointed to your writing by the passive recommendation of one of my absolute favorite authors here, and I'm so glad I was. Thank you for writing stories which are technically sound and emotionally rich (and of course, canonically accurate). I can't wait to read more.