I'm just starting this fanfiction thing, and mostly I think I'll be experimenting with my writing style through it. I'm just working on my first few fics, and in the meantime, I'm reading all sorts of great stories here.... all of which was true four years ago when I wrote it, but is still pretty accurate even now.
I studied English and Theology at the University of Notre Dame before graduating and moving elsewhere. Like many others on this site, I have designs to be a writer. In an ironic twist, I focus mainly on poetry, but will only be posting stories here. My poems aren't really applicable to HP, but I do think this is a good place to work on my prose.
For years, I have kept a green notebook for all of my creative writings/ sketchings/ musings/ collectings/ occasional homeworkings. It's similar to the commonplace book, if any of you have read Lemony Snicket. I have about 20 of these notebooks from over the past few years, and even though I keep track of my writing on my laptop now, most of it starts in my green notebook. Therefore, the green notebook serves as my identity, especially when I don't feel like revealing my real name.
I hope you enjoy my work, and if you don't, I hope you come back later to try my newer stuff.
Summary: "I have always thought that it is at the witching hour in the darkest night that a man reveals himself for who he truly is. So look inside yourself closely and know who you are before you answer me. Are you in this with me, Albus?”
Albus Dumbledore must confront Gellert Grindelwald and the impact of their relationship,
I am greennotebook and this is my entry into the Hufflepuff In-House Banner/Story Contest
Summary: When Bill Weasley needs to get away from England and the stress of rebuilding his family after Fred’s death, Fleur willingly goes with him to Charlie’s Romanian dragon reservation. She wants nothing to do with the actual dragons, however. All too aware of the dangers associated with giant flying lizards, Fleur lives by advice her father jokingly quotes from JRR Tolkien: “It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” Can Fleur show Bill that she can handle dragons? More importantly, can she show him why her dragon-facing capabilities don’t matter?
This is greennotebook of Hufflepuff House writing for the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament.
Summary: The Triwizard Tournament is being reopened again, ten years after the last try. Rita Skeeter is still on the reporting scene, much to the unhappiness of Amanda Claybourne, a young reporter hoping to get rid of Skeeter's style of journalism. How will Amanda and Rita manage when they're teamed together to write about the Triwizard Tournament?
I am greennotebook of Hufflepuff House and this is my entry to the Second Task of the Triwizard Tournament.
Summary: A 4-part chronicle of the collapse of the relationships between Hogwarts's Four Founders, "Sparks and Mud" follows the founders through the year that ended their ability to work together, yet inevitably set Hogwarts onto the path it is on today. Through a smattering of romance, friendship, humor, and of course, tragedy, find out how the promise contained in the relationship of the founders fell apart into sparks and mud.
Mentions of violence in later chapters- nothing big, but I'm putting the warning up anyway.