Hi everyone! I'm Cat, I'm nineteen and I'm completely obsessed with Harry Potter. I have some friends who also obsess over Harry Potter (thankfully) but the rest just find my obsession amusing. I would like to say thank you to all of the people who have read my fics, especially those reading Soul of a Player, which I have been writing since I was in yr 10 (I was about 15yrs old then) and have finally finished very recently. It will probably take about another year to post though because it is very long so thank you so much if you stick with me until the end (that sounds more sinister than it is).
Fanfiction likes: I enjoy Marauder Era mainly and especially humour fics. I like a bit of romance every once in a while and occasionally some dark/angsty though I find them a bit...angsty for my liking.
Ships I support: Ron/Hermione, Harry/Ginny (even though it was rushed in canon it appears better written in fan fiction), James/Lily, Remus/Lily, Snape/Lily, Remus/Tonks. Occasionally I indulge in a bit of Ginny/Draco, Hermione/Draco or Hermione/Snape (though I only like the latter in humour fics as it gets a bit weird and creepy in others).
In humour fics, I don't mind a bit of slash in Harry/Draco or Remus/Sirius.
I hope that after Deathly Hallows the fan fiction community will continue to thrive and the work of all our wonderful authors will continue to be acknowledged. Also to my Soul of a Player readers, you will have to bear with me as I'm now at uni and have a heavy workload. I am also doing Journalism and Creative Writing which obviously requires me to spend a lot of time on my own writing as opposed to fan fiction. However, as SOAP is already finished, I see no problem in posting up a chapter in a spare five minutes. Thanks to everyone who's stuck with me and has been reading my fics and especially to those who took the time to review. It means a lot to me.
Winner of the QuickSilver Quills Award, categ. Best Marauder Era.What did being a Marauder truly mean?... Let's just say that some tunes cannot be played by a lone musician; and those four's lives were certainly not soloists' scores. In class or in detention, in Quidditch matches or full-moon wanderings, fleeing before monsters or confronting dark wizards, they wrote, measure after measure, their own eight-handed piece.
Messrs Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs, are proud to present a Symphony for Quartet.