I'm a Canadian girl studying biological sciences (first year).
My first language is French, but I love to write in English, and, as such, the inital drafts of my stories are littered with grammatical errors.
I have a strange and unusual obession with the tragic hero. I have no idea why, but if you find a protagonist struggling with immense challenges and difficulties, I won't be far behind, waving my banner of angst, most liking injuring a character emotionally in some way.
I'm quite cruel, aren't I? (grins madly to herself)
My favorite character is Harry, though I like all the other characters as well. I have written a grostesque amount of Post-Hogwarts and AU, but that's how I roll! Thank you very much for your interest in my fiction!
Nominated for best Alternate Universe in the Quicksilver Quills!
Summary: Harry Potter was presumed killed in the Final Battle years ago, and those he left behind moved on, slowly picking up the pieces of the lives that had been shattered by the Second War. However, over a decade after the defeat of evil, a young boy is captured by a desperate man in the search of revenge. Auror Ginny Weasley is assigned to find and rescue Alex Ryerson from the cluches of evil and runs into his muggle father, whose emerald eyes are heartbreakingly familiar.
It seems that secrets cannot stay safe forever...
part ten in queue as of sept. 29th!
[post-hogwarts, Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione]
Summary: He is a man punished for crimes not his own, doomed to eternity behind haunted black walls. That is, however, until a chance meeting brings him his chance for redemption in the form of a photograph. In the perpetual night of Azkaban, the innocent plots his revenge.
Summary: The War has left more scars on Harry than anyone could have ever imagined, injuries that no spell can heal. Gone is the Boy-Who-Lived, replaced by a broken and shattered man with little hope.
But I still love him.
And I always will.
Summary: “Why have you always insisted on calling me Harry?” In a world beyond the war, in a future that is nothing less than imperfect, a son confronts his father.
Summary: There is a strange, emerald-eyed man who lives on the corner of Adian Avenue, forever alone and anonymous. That is, however, until a young boy on the cusp of entering the magical world visits him and reveals, for a time, the true secret of the hermit of Adian Avenue. [one-shot]
Summary: "What's my problem, Ginny, what's my problem? My problem is that you've oh-so-calmly suggested that my best friend has had the dubious pleasure of seeing you starkers!" - A wardrobe malfunction creates problems for one Harry Potter. [H/G, R/H]
Summary: When the Final Battle has past, when the war of all wars has come to an end, what then? What happens after for the Boy, the Man, who lived?
Summary: I held your cold body against mine, as I shivered from both shock and grief. You were gone, and I had never even known you. And the skies above us were on fire, on fire with the new dawn, the dawn you would never see. And I cried.
Summary: "I'm Harry. Harry Potter," the man smiled as he reached out a welcoming hand, "and who are you?" "Brian. Brian Harrison," the boy lied. He could feel the sadness rise in him as they shook hands, as if meeting for the first time.
Summary: War is hell. Years after the Final Battle, the man remembers, and writes the letter he has written so many times before. [Post Hogwarts; one shot]
Summary: "James?" asked Lily, looking up to him, "Do you think that we're alone in being here?" -- "No, Ginny," answered Harry, "I think that this place has been like this forever."
Summary: Three meetings, two people, one place. The girl and the boy, together and apart. Nothing lasts forever, but at least she remembers when it felt like eternity, when the days were soft, the nights of dark and their love, forever [Lily/James AU]
Nominee for Best Alternate Universe in the Quicksilver Quills!