Concisely: I occasionally write (elliptical and rather pointless) stories. Most of them are about Sirius Black, and aggressively gen; I am not, it must be admitted, particularly fond of romantic relationships. If you are only going to read one of my stories, I suggest Predetermination or Into the Silence.
Precisely: I'm Noldo. It has been a long time since I was an actual presence here; I deal in physics rather than fiction now, & science and illness take up most of my time. I used to be a mod, but am no longer; please direct your questions to other, better people.
Here is inconsequential data: I like topology, Calvino, Nabokov, Borges, and Cortazar; my favourite artist is Joan Miro, my favourite contemporary musician is Vienna Teng, my favourite composer is Bach (J. S.). If you prefer less changeable facts: I am not a white person. I am not a straight person. I am 171 cm tall. I was born in 1991. There is a certain taste to my favourite sort of story (and the sort that I aspire to write) that is like eating dense and faceted glass and grinding it down to nothing. In my spare time, I like to paint, sing, and hike up mountains. Most of the things I say aren't lies.
3rd-5th Years • 309 Reviews
A different sort of alternate universe... It is a world under the thumb of an ancient emperor. Muggle society has been oppressed beyond recognition. Wizards rule over all, their only laws defined by power. This is the story of a rebellion, a family, a traitor, and the long road that leads home at last.
1st-2nd Years • 22 Reviews
Andromeda takes a walk through the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black after her husband dies, finding nothing more than dust, nostalgia, and a faded blue dress. And in the end, it all boils down to one question: Do you believe in ghosts? Oneshot.
1st-2nd Years • 24 Reviews
This is an insight into the lives of one elderly couple, Alice and Bernard Compton, who lived in a deserted region of east Scotland. What follows is an extraordinary account of one week in mid-March 1998... Quite possibly the strangest and most life-altering period of their lives.
1st-2nd Years • 71 Reviews
Hope, loyalty, love, despair, and tragedy. Through it all, Lily discovers the truth about the Marauders, the affable troublemakers who hide behind smokescreens but still glitter in shattered light. They aren't the glorious, graceful men they are often perceived as, but stumbling, awkward boys who are still trying to find their way out of darkness.