Author has written 62 stories for Homicide: Life on the Streets, Law and Order: SVU, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Contact me: I can be contacted through this or Tumblr (luckied). Please do not hesitate to contact me for questions, concerns, requests, so on.
About Me: Oh, how to start... Well, I'm a young female adult living in the US and an avid book reader, movie watcher and show stalker. I love a lot of different things from food to animals to the wild rolling hills of nature. I am also an atheist born into a Christian family struggling to find work like everyone else is, but doing volunteer work four out of the five days a week to get by and hopefully find something to do. I even have a house-trained rabbit! How fucking cool is that? And, yes, profanity is like a second language to me. Can't help it.There are a variety of conspiracies I have about this work and the Government, which makes it hard for me to trust anything what is said or done. I also love writing and enjoy learning about how to improve my writing skills. Many times, I go back into an old fic and redo it up until it doesn't make me cringe anymore.
About my Law and Order: SVU fictional character: At the moment, I'm only working with one fan fictional character who I created as my own and love to work with. Maria Frank has to be my best fictional character to date. I struggled long and hard to make her just right to fit what ideas I've had and would appreciate it if no one used her without my permission. Her lifestyle, personality, etc are all done up by me. If I had awesome drawing skills, I'd have a hand-drawn photo of her.
Fullmetal Alchemist fictional character: Kym Rooker is one I'm very pleased with.
About my fics: My fics range from kid-friendly to adults only. Drama is certainly a fun thing to write about, eh? I tend to do a lot of it just to keep things spicy and interesting, but I love it.
Law and Order: SVU - My main fics are based around Law and Order: SVU as John Munch as borrowed center piece. I am NOT an E/O fan at all and would rather keep those characters in the background throughout my writing. I see Elliot Stabler as staying as a family man and working hard to support his wife and children. Olivia is a hard one to deal with since she's so fucking emotional and carries a lot of guilt and issues over her mother's rape. Yes, yes, yes, we get it. Get over it. So let this be a warning to E/O fans who check out my work, I will NOT DO E/O fiction at all.
Fullmetal Alchemist - I've adored this show for years and it's been just begging to be written for fiction. Introducing another OC I've created and I'm very proud of this character. Jean Havoc is the borrowed center piece, but the majority of all of the characters are involved.
I strive to get all of my fics done, no matter how long it's been sitting without being complete. Real life does get in the way and ideas certainly do not work in with certain plot-lines, but I strive to get any 'In Progress' fics done. The majority of them follow in a time-line while others are 'What If?' and very different universe fics - like a AU in an AU. Get it?
Random notes: Here's what I don't get. Why do fics that are poorly done, barely any sentence structure or just plain suck get the most reviews of 'Good Job' or 'Keep it up! This is awesome!'? Now, I'm not complaining about reviews since that doesn't matter much to me - seeing the number of readers under the Story Traffic is good enough for me - but I just don't get it. How about helping that author with making better fics instead of praising something that's awful? I'm not saying that mine are the "best of the best of the best, SIR!" since I'm still learning myself, but...why? I just don't get it.
8/21/12: A massive, OMGFUCKINGAWESOME fic is still in the works as I'm working with another FF writer. Work's going well and looking forward to some free time in the coming months so I can sit down and get some stuff done. Hint: zombies.
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