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Name: Kris
Alias(es): Scifichick774
Type: fic writer
Fandoms: Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel the Series, Smallville, Harry Potter, crossovers, Batman, CSI, Pirates of the Caribbean, Supernatural, Psych, X-Men, Anita Blake, The Big Bang Theory, Blood Ties, Firefly, Heroes, The Invisible Man, JAG, Merlin, Merry Gentry, Peter Pan, Southern Vampire Series/True Blood, Special Unit 2, Stargate: SG-1/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate Universe, Witchblade, The X-Files, Andromeda, Monk, Chuck, Dead Last, Farscape, Highlander, Invader Zim, Rachel Morgan, Lord of the Rings, Alias, Fringe, The OC, Veronica Mars, Dark Angel, Doctor Who/Torchwood, The Dresden Files, Eureka, InuYasha, Kindred: The Embraced, Labyrinth, The Midnight Breed, Psy-Changeling, Robin Hood, Primeval, Star Trek, Twilight, The Avengers Movieverse,
URL: Journal at LJ
Fic Archive at LJ,
Profile at FictionAlley,
Profile at Granger Enchanted,
Profile at Adult,
Profile at FFN,
Profile at AO3,
Journal at Dreamwidth,
Profile at Fan Fic Junkies
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Scifichick774 is a fairly well-known fic writer especially in the Harry Potter fandom - mostly known for her Hermione Granger-centric fanfiction, her works are often recced. She is also well-known for writing a lot of crossovers.

Notable Fanworks

Harry Potter:



"As a side-note, scifichick774 is a self-described crack-fic author. Don’t believe her. Even the crackiest of her stories reveal keen insight into the human psyche. She has no problem with occasionally deviating from canon-characterizations, but the overall strength of her writing, her focused, character-driven plots, and -most importantly- her intriguing AU justifications for why the characters could behave a certain way under the right circumstances prevent stories such as this one (Repercussions) from feeling like easily-dismissable crack-fic. Therefore, this thoughtful, intriguing story (Repercussions) is not at all a deviation from scifichick774’s normal writing style, in spite of her self-deprecating remarks."[1]


  1. ^ Comment at Gioia Recs. Posted November 19, 2010. (Accessed November 23, 2015)