Oo. Hard questions.
1. How did you find HPFF?
I originally wrote fanfiction on a different site. When that closed down, I googled fan fiction. I wasn't impressed by the first few results, but this site was on page one, and I fell in love. It took me awhile to figure out there was a forum to go and socialize on though. I was pretty busy graduating, getting married, and starting a family. When things evened out though, I signed up as quick as I could.
2. What is your favorite genre to write?
I'm going to say drama. I really like dealing with raw emotions, and finding the right combination of words to express what's going on internally.
3. Of the stories you've written, which is your favorite?
Do I have to pick? Lol. After much deliberation, I'm going to say A Sirius Love Affair. It isn't my best work, and it isn't my most popular, but it was my baby for months. Maggy was my first OC, and I feel in love with the idea of Sirius falling for a girl in a little magic shop. I wrote THE Halloween night first in that piece, from Sirius's perspective. It was actually a lot of my firsts, and I learned a lot by writing it. A Child's Cry came easily for me, the words just flew off my fingertips. I feel more connected to ASLA, so it wins out as favorite, though if I ever finish The Adventures of Arthur Weasley: Detective Games, that may change.
4. You can only write one era, which do you choose?
Marauders. Next gen is kinda growing on me, but I like back stories. I want to explore Lupins childhood, how Arthur met Molly, Sirius's most daring moments. I can appreciate the creativity that next gen allows, but I can't resist the pull from characters I already love.
If you could only read one genre, which would you choose?
This is awfully hard. It was a toss up between romance and mystery, but I think romance would become too predictable, so mystery it is.
Thanks for your questions! This was fun. +]
Edited by red_headed_juliet, 14 April 2014 - 05:53 AM.