Author has written 9 stories for White Collar, Supernatural, Chuck, CSI: New York, Smallville, Glee, Firefly, Being Human, and Awake.
'Lo there! I'm Sarah.
This was my old account: www.fanfiction.net/~sarahofearth (As I've posted on that account, I apologize for any inconvenience my not updating on that account has caused you. Sincerely. I meant no harm. On a side note, if you a writer having trouble conceiving, please feel free to message me on adopting the plotbunnies in that archive. I don't just write things for reviews; I mainly write for my own pleasure. So it would most certainly *please* me for someone to take those old stories and, perhaps, extrapolate? If that sounds like you, I'm the girl you need to talk to. Or if you're just looking for a rad idea generator to get you started, throw me a line for that too. I promise I'll be helpful!
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What's the lowdown, oh, random girl on the internet? Wow, this is all so sudden. Uh, hi, I'm Sarah. I'm an average height female with Filipina-American lineage (Other words: half filipino, act white, look Mexican). I have a total obsession with all things TV, comics, books, and movies. I graphic design on the side, attend uni in the day, and moonlight as a crime-fighting superhero at night. Oh wait, that last part is false. I do so enjoy being weird and trying new things. At the moment I like watching Cerebral, mind-bending movies that make me want to kill myself after viewing (some recommendations: Mulloholand Drive, memento, and Scanner Darkly).
What is your favorite genre to write fanfiction in? One of my good friends said I'm very much into Urban Fantasy, so I might agree with that a little. I can definitely say that I write mainly bromantic or father/son fics. I'm not a fan of slash, mainly because it taints a lot of the natural relationship potential that most shows are trying to convey. I like subtly in relationships, I think it has the biggest impact to the readers. Other than that, I write some Action/Adventure but most all of it is drama.
What would you say you're writing style is? I write in a very direct style. I have tried in the past to be as descriptive as possile but I just think it takes to much time. I'm all for pacing, character-development, and plot expositions, but I really need to see that I'm making progress and not in the "How red was the leaf that fell by her feet" sort of progress.
How does getting a review make you feel? I feel like my insides have been turned into a thousand fireworks, blasting off towards the moonlit sky and exploding into a joyous rain of sparks down onto the noses of cute and fluffy kittens frolicking in fields of roses and pillows. Seriously though, I can't express how happy reviewsmake me. If you enjoy my stories, don't fo-get to give me one because that's the main reason I ever start writing again.
I'll answer more questions on a later date. Right now I got stories to update, yo! Thanks for dropping by!
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