My Sugar Quill author page can be found here: Miss Sophia's Harry Potter fan fiction at The Sugar Quill.
Here is a direct link to my first story: "Yellow," by Miss Sophia. Right now, only Chapter 1 is posted, but Chapter 2 is currently being beta-read, and I'm working on writing Chapter 3.
Of course, reviews, either here at my LiveJournal or on my Sugar Quill author page, are more than welcome. I will probably post the story here on LiveJournal as well, but since I'm still getting the lay of the land (i.e., figuring out all these crazy codes!), I'm going to hold off for a while.
In case you've read some of the HP books or seen some of the movies and are afraid of being spoiled, here is spoiler information on Chapter 1 of "Yellow": It contains spoilers for books 1 (Philosopher's/Sorcerer's Stone) through 3 (Prisoner of Azkaban) and a small bit of information that might be confusing if you haven't read book 5 (Order of the Phoenix). Further, if you've only seen the movies, but not read the books, then you might be a little confused as well, because there's some information from book 3 that never made it into the movie version.
The piece overall will have spoilers mainly for books 1 to 3, but some for book 5. It is completely canon compliant. There is no slash or shipping in it unless you count James and Lily being together.
The main character is Sirius, with strong secondary roles played by James and Harry and weaker secondary roles played by Lily, Peter, Remus, and Crookshanks. Hermione, Ron, Snape, and Dumbledore, among others, will make appearances, but nothing as significant as the roles played by the previously mentioned characters.
Summary of "Yellow":
"Harry was the most precious thing in the world, standing there, illuminated by the yellow light from above."
Twelve years ago, Sirius Black's world collapsed. Now he must protect the one thing he has left. He travels from Azkaban to Hogwarts, lives in the Forbidden Forest, and occasionally loses himself in murderous hatred. The only thing that keeps him sane is the fact that, without Dementors, he can finally remember.