An aspriring writer from California, who is usually too busy studying at university to write. But sometimes she just throws everything down, picks up a pencil and holes herself up in the closet for two or three days, scribbling away.
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Take My Heart Away is a Tom Riddle/Hermione Granger time travel fic.
Fragmentary Blue is a one-shot focused on Harry, which takes place after the end of the second war.
A Certain Slant of Light is a chaptered fic about Regulus Black's stuggle to destroy a horcrux and redeem himself.
Summary: Runner-up for the QuickSilver Quills Award, categ. Best Alternate Universe
“No matter the time or place, people should never call their child Marie-Antoinette. There is no happiness in this world for a girl called Marie-Antoinette.”
1983. In a world where Voldemort has won the First War, where hope has fled from an Earth moaning under the Dark Lord's iron hand, marriages are broken and others are arranged in order to preserve the sacred purity of blood. James Potter loses his wife; now they have to find another for him.
Summary: Molly Weasley lost two boys in the first war. She doesn't think she can bear to lose another.
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: All his life, Percy has built and gathered, painted and carved, and now everything is falling down around him.
Standing in the shambles of the Ministry, Percy questions the life he has built for himself.
Summary: On Regulus, and ink, and Daedalian mimicry; and, eventually, the end of things. Second-person, non-linear narrative.
Summary: Regulus Black only lasted a week. (HBP spoilers, ahoy.)
Updated 22/01 with the revised, beta-read version. :)
Summary: Harry, Ron, and Hermione make a trip to Godric's Hollow to visit the Potters' graves. There, Harry speaks to his parents for the first time, and in so doing, discovers that the dead are never truly lost. (One-shot. Bring your kleenex.)