Author has written 19 stories for Criminal Minds, CSI: New York, and Hunger Games.
If any of my stories or anything else should disappear off this account you will find backups on my AO3 site
Be a sadist. No matter how sweet and innocent your leading characters, make awful things happen to them — in order that the reader may see what they are made of.
- Kurt Vonnegut, "Eight Rules for Writing Fiction"
My next story,, is being published privately on LiveJournal. It is a Criminal Minds fanfict, features Spencer Reid, is a romance/suspence story, and is rated M. If you follow the link you'll get the first chapter. If you are interested in reading more PM me
I never know what to do in these things. But a few people have asked me questions that could stand a public answer.
How old are you? - Over 30.
What do you do for a living? - I am a retired elementary school librarian, and am currently a housewife.
Single or not? - Married to my Marine for 10 years now.
Are you an Aspie? - Yes.
Are you a Christian? - No.
Are you an Atheist? - Not so much anymore. I consider myself as Maltheist these days:
No true Christian would ever act like that, how dare you? - Yes, they would and yes, they do. Keep reading for links.
How do you know so much about religion? - I am applying to schools for my Master's in Philosophy with a concentration in Theology
How do you know so much about C-PTSD? - I've been in treatment for it
Are you going to finish your stories? - Yes, I will. All of them. I promise.
The people in X story sound a lot like Y family/Z business - As they say, all characters are fictional and any resemblance to anyone, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. I base my original characters off of observations of many, many different people. I also do not own any of the cannon characters in any of my stories, all copyright goes to their creators.
Why The Knitting Lady? - It's my favorite hobby, and I'm studying to get my certification to become a knitting teacher
Are you on Ravelry? - Yes, but since I have much more personal information there I only give that out if you give me yours first. PM me if you want to share.
What are you currently working on? - As of 01/03/13 I'm working on a pair of tabi socks for my husband.
As more questions come up I will try to answer them. If you have any, please PM me.
By now I'm sure that a number of people have noticed that my bad guys tend to have a lot in common. I've promised references, so here they are:
n by Chris Hedges
by Michele Goldberg
by Kathryn Joyce, and on the topic
by Janet Heimlich and the
Blog by Cindy K.
- Her piece
- Her entries on
More on Bill Gothard:blog
And an article from
g blog by Vvckie G.
s Blog by Hilary
That Mom's(First episode on June 26, 2010)
Libby Anne's project:
A collection of articles on
And example of "Church Discipline":
An article on
From "The Bohemians"
- Another article
on DailyKos who covers many of these groups and their connections
If you think this isn't happening in your church...
n by John Dorhauer & Sheldon Culver. And a
More to come...
Do your stories come with a soundtrack? - Some do:
"One Safe Place"
For Spencer - "" by Marc Cohen
For Elizabeth - "" by Jars of Clay
Alsoby Anggun for their trip to the desert
Their first dance -by Harry Connick Jr.
"College Sweethearts" & "The Long Road" & "The Ones Who Storm The Gates of Omelas"
For Spencer and Gwen - "" by Marc Cohen
"The Art of Courtly Love"
For Emily/OC - "" by Loreena McKennet
For Spencer/OC - "" by The Goo Goo Dolls
Also "" by Alfred Lord Tennyson/Loreena McKennet to get the theme going
"Things Handed Down"
by Art Garfunkle/Marc Cohen. (Warning, spoiler before Chapter 17)
"Halcyon and on and on"
by Abney Park
by Leonardo da Vinci
"Out of the Desert"
Spoiler before the ending. Consider yourself warned.
For Spencer - "" by Martin Page
For Milly - "" by Great Big Sea
For Thom - "" by Ricky Martin
The cut scenes from "The Bohemians" can be found at:
Rated MA and warning for just about everything.
"This Time of Darkness"
Theme song -by Lindsey Stirling and Ven Tribe
Spencer's Journal can be found at- Warning for MA content, read at your own risk.
The song and voice Spencer remembered at National Harbor -performed by Anúna, Soloist - Katie McMahon
The song shared while the Colony was in quarantine -performed by Aine Ui Cheallaigh
The song Kira sings Spencer on the mountainside - "" - performed by Anúna, Soloist - Katie McMahon
By popular request, meet, aka Nastya Zhidkova. Although I picture her with much longer hair.
And now that chapter 38 is up,from the National Zoo.
For Susanna & Henry - "" by Taylor Swift
For Susanna & Spencer - "" by Matt Nathanson
And of course. Art Bell isn't the regular host anymore, hasn't been for years, but George is great too.
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