If you've googled "Aida" and "Luthien" you can probably guess some things about me.
Aida being an opera by Giuseppi Verdi, you could guess that I like opera, the Italian language, Egyptians, nationalism and tragedy.
Luthien being the name of an elven princess from The Lord of the Rings but from long before the actual events of The Lord of the Rings, you could guess that I like Tolkein and mythology.
Both being princesses, you could guess that I am female.
You could also check out my author banner for an idea of what I'm like.
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I still think it's easier if you just ask what you want to know.
Favorite HP characters
I love Luna. She's the most insane, ridiculous and original character in the entire series. Generally, I prefer characters who are morally ambiguous and have rich internal lives (what Henry James would call "rounded"). So I think it makes sense that my other favorite characters are Severus Snape, Sirius Black, Albus Dumbledore, Tom Riddle (Not Voldemort) and Remus Lupin.
While I love reviews, and I do read all of them, I don't normally respond to them. If you have any questions about any of my stories feel free to PM me through the boards or better still, pop by my dueling thread.
Works in Progress
Lord Voldemort and the Perils of Parenting
A crack!fic about what happened after Voldemort won the Battle of Hogwarts.
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The Phoenix Revolution
Also known as my "magic in China" fic. A general story exploring what wizarding China might look like.
Now nominated for 2010 Quicksilver Quill for Best Original Character, for Song Feng.
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Severus Snape learns to cast the Patronus Charm.
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Summary: Dieter Heydrich is a model German boy. He has perfect Aryan complexion, is an exemplary member of the Hitler Youth, and is fanatically loyal to his beloved Führer.
But on his eleventh birthday, Dieter discovers a hidden magical world led by an extraordinary wizard named Gellert Grindelwald…
Nominated for QSQ 2009, Best History/Mystery.
WINNER of QSQ 2009, Best Male Original Character.
Note: As you might have guessed, Für Das Größere Wohl is German, meaning: “For the Greater Good.” Yes, this story is from the perspective of the bad guys.
Alexandra Quick returns to Charmbridge Academy for eighth grade, angry and in denial. Unwilling to accept the events of the previous year, she is determined to fix what went wrong, no matter what the cost. When her obsession leads her to a fateful choice, it is not only her own life that hangs in the balance, for she will uncover the secret of the Deathly Regiment!
This is the third book in the Alexandra Quick series.