Hey! I'm coppercurls, a proud Hufflepuff (beware the badger) and a college kid who writes in her spare time. Incidentally, I find no time is spare since whatever free time I have is instantly relegated to writing time- the only solution I have found is to make all days thirty-six hours. Unfortunately this hasn't caught on yet. I read indescriminatly, although my preferences lie with fairy tales of all shapes and sizes. I haunt the public library, always bringing back a sack full of new books- I am not ashamed to still go in the children's section either. I do have a tendancy to ramble on when I don't really have a straightforward plan, so I will spare you and end this bio right here.
I also have original fiction up at the Red Chair (see website above) under the penname coppercurls. Please check it out and let me know what you think!
I am currently working on three chaptered fics, so
I beg your indulgence as I switch between them. One is a next generation fic about Draco's son, Emrys and the trouble he gets into at school. It is called: With a Little Help from my Friends.
The next is a good old fashioned romance between Severus Snape and a strongwilled OC named Helene. Based on ideas from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, this will be the longest of my chaptered stories. Titled: How Saynday got the Sun.
Finally, I have a D/Hr series which begins with O Ye of Little Faith, and the sequal, For the Lacking of It is finally being put up! This will be a medium chaptered fic, so keep checking back for updates! I also have a one shot offshoot called On ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur which had Draco and Hermione telling a fairy tale to thier daughter, and mimics their relationship throughout the series.
Other D/Hr fics include:
Breaking the Mind Trap and
You are insulting my delicate feelings again.
Summary: A poem by Severus Snape for Narcissa, of life and learning and love. Set at Spinner's End.
Summary: For the Hogwarts Guantlet challenge by coppercurls of Hufflepuff house. Draco is invited to participate in a maze and earn a prize beyond imagining. However, this is no ordinary maze. If he is to survive, he must look deep inside himself to discover the answers for his survival.
Summary: This poem is set at the ending of the fifth book. Dumbledore wrestles with himself about whether to tell Harry about the prophecy while he is so distraught from Sirius's death.
Summary: Remus is too afraid to let love into his life. But perhaps the sacrifice he is making isn't the one he was meant to make. After losing love once, can he let it pass once more through his fingers?
Summary: Spring Challenge #4, by coppercurls of Hufflepuff house.
“There is one who has failed me, and in doing so he has betrayed us all. He is a traitor and he deserves to die.”
“Tell me but who and I will carry it out willingly, master,” he said, excitement creeping into his voice. “If he has betrayed you he has betrayed us all and is not worthy of life.”
Summary: Daily Prophet One-Shot Challenge, by coppercurls of Hufflepuff house.
The cast of Harry Potter has consented to allieviate the anxiety of their fans by answering some of the unresolved issues in their live, read more inside!
Summary: The light for the downtrodden, the hope for the war, never give up in fear.
Summary: February challenge #1, in defense of love, by coppercurls of Hufflepuff House.
Hermione finds herself reliving her worst nightmare, the only problem is that the nightmare was real. Sometimes we only need a little help to pull us from our greatest problems.
Summary: Warnings: the following poems may contain sarcasm, witty repartee, little black dresses, and Inter-Office Unity events.
Summary: An ancestor of Mad-eye Moody becomes embroiled in the aftermath of the Sepoy Rebellion in India and gives his opinions.
One-shot Monologue challenge, Coppercurls of Hufflepuff house.
Summary: This is the story of a young Auror during the time of Voldemort's return, and the beginning of a war which tears apart families and friends.
One-shot. Please read and review.
Summary: Monthly Challenge #2
Draco learns what it takes to be a hero, while Harry learns that hero's don't always have to go it alone