Author has written 3 stories for Twilight.
A little about me: I'm the product of an Anglo-Irish marriage, brought up in the agricultural region of England's West Country, moving to London when I was 19 in search of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. I am happy to report I found all three. Despite extensive partying, I have, miraculously, found myself in my 50s, still living and working in London.
In 2009, almost by accident, I read the first Twilight book, which immediately led on to the next two. I then googled the movie and found Rob - remember all those cute, funny Twilight interviews? Oh man, I was lost! Unable to wait, I bought Breaking Dawn in hardback!!! And then there was no more to read... until I discovered fanfiction. Initially, I couldn't figure out the point of All Human fics - surely Twilight had to be all about vampires (although, truth be known, I could live happily without the werewolves!) At the time, I'd only found one fic rec site and, having worked my way through the vamp stories listed, finally thought I'd give a little AH story a try, but without much enthusiasm... how wrong I was. The story was Wide Awake and I can honestly say it's one of the best stories I've ever read (and I'm not just talking about fanfic). And now I'm so hooked, seldom reading anything other than TwiFics (it's what the Kindle was invented for, surely!)
As for Rob, well, it seems I am hopelessly and irrevocably in love/obsessed with what might as well be a fictional character for all the good it does me. Such a beautiful man, inside and out.
These days I spend most of my free time (and a lot of time when I should be doing work or other things) hanging out on Facebook with a bunch of like-minded ladies, talking about Rob, fanfiction and such, reading fan fiction (specifically Edward & Bella stories and always M rated cos I'm a filthy old slapper!) and now writing it.
Some things I love (in no particular order): My friends; my brothers; driving fast cars; music (too eclectic & extensive to list); Italian food; books; well-written TwiFics; old movies; beautiful shoes; cold, clear, autumnal nights; open fires; wine; champagne; vodka; proper old-fashioned English pubs; trees; men - and, of course, the aforementioned Mr Pattinson.
Some things I hate: Lies; hypocrisy; bullying; racism; traffic; discourtesy; cruelty to animals and children; working for a living; artichokes; my own terminal laziness; badly written TwiFics; buses; arthritis; my stupid bad back; men(!)
If you want to follow me on Twitter, I'm @FluffyLiz
The lovely Midnight Cougar set up a group for my stories on Facebook, where you will find lots of pics and visuals, plus audio teasers and random information -
Should the unthinkable happen, and any of my stories are removed for whatever reason, you should be able to find them on TWCS or on my story blog, where you will also find all the visuals, such as outfits, houses, locations, etc -
With regard to translating my stories into another language, I am very flattered that you would want to do this, and very much appreciate it when people ask my permission. However, I feel very strongly that, because of all the very specific English idioms and expressions, they would not translate well, and I would be most grateful if you didn't attempt it. I realise that I cannot stop you, but very much hope you will respect my wishes on this matter.
Banners for Wild Child -
Some of my wonderful readers have made the most fantastic banners, as follows:-
Bobby DuPea -
Banner for Where Roads Converge -
- made by the fabtastic Cared.
GLOSSARY OF SLANG AND OTHER ENGLISH WORDS & PHRASES (as used in Wild Child)
Word or Phrase - Meaning
Bellend – The head of a penis
Bollocks – Literally means men’s balls (old Anglo-Saxon word dating back to the 1st millennium). Used as a swear word, as in: “Oh, bollocks”, or as a profane version of ‘rubbish’, as in: “What a load of bollocks”
Dog’s bollocks, Look like the – Look fantastic
Doolally – Mad, crazy
Doughnut – [When used as a term of abuse] Stupid person, fool
Fanny – Vagina
Got the builders in – Having one’s period
Knackered – Exhausted
Knackers – Balls (as in bollocks)
Lav - Lavatory (toilet)
Lobbie/Lobz - Derived from lob, as in lazy lob, meaning semi-erection
Loo - Toilet
Minge – Vagina
Minger – [Rhymes with ringer] Term of friendly abuse, usually referring to or directed at females
Nads – Balls (as in bollocks); short for gonads
[are you seeing a theme here?]
Oxbridge – Collective reference to Oxford and Cambridge colleges
Pillock – Term of abuse, as in 'you pillock', meaning 'you idiot'
Pony, Load of old – [Cockney rhyming slang] pony & trap = crap
Pooshanks - General term indicating annoyance or that something is a bit rubbish; a milder form of bollocks
School term – Semester
Spiffing – Brilliant
Trollop - A nicer class of slut
Twonk - Idiot
Welly boots – Wellington boots – galoshes
Wobbler, Throwing a – Going a bit crazy
Year 13 – 13th grade
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