I am a 17-year-old male. I absolutely LOVE J.K. Rowling's writing style and her amazing ability to create complex, believable characters and plots. I am very much influenced and inspired by her writings, and dream of becoming a great novelist, just like her.
There's a story here for most everybody with a bit of imagination. For fluffy, clean romance, read "Woes of a Midget Owl." For more G-rated fun, read "Buckbeak's Ferret Dinner" or "Voldemort: A Fable." "Under the Emerald Spell Light" is for those who appreciate tragedy. For teens and more mature audiences I have written "Heat" and other stories that don't appear on this site. Or, if you're very flexible, you may read them all!
Read my novel-length fic, "The Scarlett Letter", on ffnet and fictionalley.
Coming in January (I'm too busy to post until then): "Dumbledore, Please Explain Your Twisted Logic!" A comedy of dramatic proportions, literally. Stay posted, because I'll soon put up a plot summary and more info. I've already started writing it.
I try to write the most creative stories possible, though just as well-written to match it up. Tell me if I've succeeded or not!
Which HP Kid Are You?
"Woes of a Midget Owl" banner by my brother.
"Spinning in the Darkness" banner by me.
"Under the Emerald Spell Light" banner by LostMaeblleshire.
"Their Neverending Reflection" banner by LostMaeblleshire.
Summary: Voldemort and his Death Eaters have taken over Hogwarts. Ginny and Draco are captured trying to escape, and they are brought before Voldemort himself. Now Ginny must make a horrific choice that will determine the fate of her lover. D/G, AU
Summary: As expected, Harry must spend a week in the Hospital Wing to recover from his final battle with Voldemort. But unexpected is this: Poppy Pomfrey finally realizes that her feelings for this raven-haired boy are stronger than she thought. One-shot.
Summary: "By the time a girl like me has graduated from high school, she hardly remembers any of her friends from her elementary days. I think back to my first years in school and I remember little—names and faces, but not much more than that. . . But there’s one boy that I will never forgot, not for as long I as live." Christina has just moved to Little Whinging, and she befriends a boy named Harry Potter. From the author of "Woes of a Midget Owl" and "Buckbeak's Ferret Dinner."
Summary: A sonnet--sometimes things turn out differently from what we expect. Another poem from the creator of "Woes of a Midget Owl" and "Buckbeak's Ferret Dinner".
Summary: Dobby is remodeling the headmaster’s quarters for McGonagall. In the process, he moves Dumbledore’s Old Bedroom Mirror down into storage with McGonagall’s New Bedroom Mirror. What thus ensues? Read and find out!
Summary: A fable—what happens when someone tries to please no one? From the creator of “Woes of a Midget Owl” and “Spinning in the Darkness”
Summary: In this fic you will watch Crookshanks as he tries to find his soul mate. When he thinks he's finally found a fantastic feline, will he be able to convince her that they belong together? Crookshanks/. . . wouldn't you like to know! Read and find out!
Summary: The students. . . the Death Eaters. . . the teachers. . . the Dark Lord himself. . . Hogwarts castle is under attack. Barricaded in the library, a couple has one last talk before the end. One-shot. Argus/Irma
Summary: So Harry seems to have gotten over the loss of Sirius. But what about Buckbeak, the hippogriff who spent the last to years of the man's life with him? Find out in this one-of-a-kind fanfic!
Summary: Pigwidgeon is very sad. It seems that Ron hates him. Can Hedwig help? PigwidgeonxHedwig; only fic of its kind!