Author has written 6 stories for Harry Potter, Let the Right One In/Låt den rätte komma in, Stargate: Universe, Lord of the Rings, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, Inheritance Cycle, and A song of Ice and Fire.
*Ignore that previous page, if you read it. My hiatus break has been going on for far too long. Double Jeopardy will resume sometime this week, with today being 3rd May.
I have a lot of stories on-hold. I would like to work on them more, but am currently more concerned with obtaining a good education, which is actually beneficial for finding a decent career in the upcoming years. Hey, I love this site, but it 'is' my future we're talking about, so that must take precedent.
I'm not one of those people that enjoys posting random nonsense on their profile, whether its religious or merely 'another' type of ridiculous spam, so I won't. I enjoy the profiles of those people who can manage it with a lot of humour, but I'm just not one of those people. All of my points will invariably transform into ridiculous rants and unstoppable rage, so I won't ask anyone to shoulder the burden of reading such a thing.
Actually, I will hit you with one mini-rant: I firmly believe that I personally control any story I publish, so don't expect it to be 100% loyal to its canon counterpart (or counterparts, if it's a cross-over). Like Double Jeopardy, it will more than likely follow the original story-line of the text, but I'll feel free to change some things around when it's appropriate and even when it's not. Otherwise... what's the point? You may as well just ignore the premise of 'FanFiction' entirely.
Always remember when you're writing: it's not what you do, but how you do it that defines you. Don't be overwhelmed by criticism, because it's the only true way an author can grow. I choose to ignore most positive feedback. Unless my work is perfect (an impossible feat), I strive for negativity and even occasional rudeness. Don't get upset if I do the same thing when reviewing your work - get determined.
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