I think I'm back... It's been years, I know, but I've missed the fanfiction world.
About my stories: (for anyone who cares to read them, though I really wouldn't suggest it...)
I started posting these when I was young. REALLY, really... young. It's glaringly obvious just how inexperienced I was at writing (and life?), but I don't have it in my heart to delete my fics, which may or may not be a reflection on my real life (I'll take "Hopeless Pining and the Inability to Let Go" for $1,000, Alex).
In fact, I don't want to to delete them. At all. If I continue them, I plan to just build off of what I have, even if what I have isn't so great. (By the by, I wouldn't suggest doing that in other areas of life. Like, say, construction.) They may be embarassingly underwritten, but they're mine!
Right now, though, I'm just trying to catch up on everything I have missed (namely, all the excellent stories that have popped up/been finished while I've been away from Fanfiction Land). Though, the site is so much more quiet then it used to be! (For obvious reasons. *sigh* I wish J.K. Rowling would sell out and write another Harry Potter book.)
Well, that's about it. I wish I could think of something more entertaining and eye-catching to put on here, but it seems my talent for wit is inversely proportional to my age.
About my username:
I was barely past tweenaged (yes, I said tweenaged) when I made this account, which of course meant that I had to have an overbearing and debilitating obsession with some celebrity or another at the time (not that I'm generalizing or anything), and would simply not have survived if I didn't firmly cement my adoration "4eva".
My victim of choice was, quite obviously, poor (or should I say "exceedingly rich"?) Mr. Radcliffe. I'm happy to say I've recovered from that addiction, (largely by moving on to other, older celebrities *cough*) though I still have the tendency to lash out in a verbal torrent of anger when anyone says he's "not even that cute". You've been warned.
Summary: The Potters' Secret Keeper, Sirius Black, is presumed dead. Remus Lupin wants revenge for his lover's death, but soon finds out that nothing is what he thought it was.
Awesome, and poignant, and sad. Poor Remus, I feel so bad for him. Any chance Sirius is going to miraculously reappear? Please?
I can't wait for the next chapter. Update soon!
Author's Response: Sirius? Miraculously reappear? All I'm going to say is that I'm not J.K.Rowling. I don't have the heart to kill off the characters I love. :D Thank you so much for the wonderful review. I'll be submitting the next chapter soon!
Summary: The seven women who loved Harry Potter.
I think I liked this one more than the Ginny one, which is saying *a lot* because I really liked this one as well.
You have such a talent for bringing these characters to life. I love reading your work!!
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm having a lot of fun writing these, so I'm glad you're enjoying them!
Summary: 2010 QSQ Awards Winner for Best Alternate Universe
Sometimes, late at night, when she lies safely in her dormitory bed, she allows herself to think not of Dean, or her friends, or her brothers, or her schoolwork, or the war that's slowly destroying the wizarding world. Instead she thinks of Harry and if things could have been different.
In five different worlds that could have been but weren't, there are five different ways Harry and Ginny could be Harry and Ginny. Circumstances change, but they always find each other in the end. *one-shot*
These little one-shots you keep doing are so darn touching!!
I'm kind of bummed that Harry either ended up dead, crazy, or dissapeared in all but one of them (I like happy endings!!) - but I still loved this piece regardless. Great job! :)
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm so busy with real life right now that it's a lot easier just to write one-shots that don't have any time constraints (no one is waiting for an update on a one-shot!) This was a little depressing -- it turned out much darker than I had originally intended. I'm glad you liked it nonetheless, though!
Summary: I’m hypocritical, I know, hoping that he’ll declare he loves me, when I haven’t even made up my mind about how I feel towards him. He’s attractive and undeniably good company, but I’m not sure yet if there’s enough substance there to love. He’s clearly smart, but that’s not quite it. I don’t know how to love someone who seems so indifferent to me. I don’t know how to love someone who won’t reciprocate my feelings. I don’t know how to love someone like Sirius.
A sequel to Persephone, this time focusing on Persephone’s daughter. It’s recommended that you read Persephone first, but not completely necessary.
As soon as I saw that this was a sequel to Persephone, I had to read it, and I have not at all been disappointed. I'm so excited for this story - please update soon! :)
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I have almost the entire story written, so the updates should come fairly regularly =]