Female. Eighteen. Southern gal, born and raised. Biology Major/Chemistry Minor. Rushing headlong into her sophomore year of university. Did not realize Slaughter-Dew had been nominated for an award but is happy that it won. Is fascinated by the human psyche, and all the ways that it breaks. Wants to be a geneticist. Or something.
Does not like Twilight. Is still enamored of Aladdin. Thinks that sleep is overrated. Plays video games and likes to nerd out with people. Cannot tolerate poor grammar. Enjoys Greek mythology, Shakespeare, Final Fantasy, and researching esoteric topics that make her sound and look much smarter than she actually is. Quite possibly absolutely mad.
Can be found on LJ: andromeda3116
Can be found on FF.Net: cupid-painted-blind
Can be found on FP: andromeda311
Can be found at UR: andromeda311 (also, andromeda. There's a story to that, but it's rather embarrassing.)
The fastest ways to get in touch with her are via LJ or email. Rarely checks up on most of her pages, but regularly updates on livejournal. Don't be afraid to friend her. She doesn't bite.
Summary: There is no villain. There is no hero. There is only redemption and damnation, success and failure. (Regulus, and growing up in all the wrong ways.)
Summary: Narcissa knows exactly what death tastes like. [Narcissa kills five people. One shot. Dark.]
Summary: The first time it happens, he is fourteen. Sitting at the Gryffindor table, Peter thinks of murder. (What's wrong with him?)
[Peter Pettigrew, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and the logic of fives. Dark, some disturbing imagery. One shot.]
Summary: "Listen to me, Kreacher," He whispers hoarsely, kneeling, door open to howling wind behind him, "I want you to do exactly as I say..."
Maybe he's just a kid with a problem he can't hide. Regulus.
Summary: This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang but -
[A Peter Pettigrew character sketch, set during DH. Somewhat psychological.]
Summary: She is seventeen and alive. [Andromeda's rebellion. One shot.]
Summary: The last eight days of Regulus Black's life. Dark, psychological, featuring extensive wordplay and a vague creation-story allegory that may or may not grant redemption.
(Somewhere in the back of his mind, he whispers that his brother would be proud of him.)
Summary: Draco Malfoy never claimed to be invincible. Somehow, he thought this would save him.
May 2007 Scrivenshaft Challenge Winner - Eureka!
Summary: Sirius's descent into madness, in thirteen steps.
It feels like he's a ticking time-bomb, only he doesn't know how long he's got left.
Summary: Obsession turns to madness turns to weakness. Tom Riddle. One shot.
Summary: He's got a horrible, deep, sinking feeling that he's just like the rest of his family. They're all a bit insane, and he feels insane right about now, absolutely bloody wild, like he's let some caged beast out, and it scares him.
(Sirius picked a bad night to run away from home. Rating for heavy cursing and situation. Oneshot.)
Summary: A little girl playing in her garden drags up unwanted memories for Petunia of her sister and why they drifted apart. More a character study than anything else.
Summary: Merope Riddle's final hours, as she thinks about blood purity and ten galleons, and why she doesn't care to live. Oneshot. Rather dark. Rating for minor cursing and situation.
Merope had always hated the darkness, and she knew that tonight would be a very dark night.
Summary: Narcissa reflects on the rules that she's spent her life adhering to, and the idea that maybe Sirius was right after all. Oneshot.
"This is her world, and these are her rules, and she's never, ever compromised them. Not for anything."
Summary: 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.