Author has written 9 stories for Twilight.
I'm a writer. I've written for years. I like the exercise of writing, the discipline of it. I enjoy entertaining readers. I read all reviews and treasure them. I am greatly pleased and humbled when readers get so invested in my stories. Even when they're upset with the direction my characters take, I am delighted they are so involved. I am a believer in happy endings. I do tend to write dark, but that makes the happy times brighter. I don't have a problem with writing about intimate moments whether they are physical, emotional, intellectual, or spritual. I realize I'm creating fantasy, but try to keep it relatable and sincere. If I can create a dream you can enter, then I've done my job and hopefully gifted you a great experience as a reader. I get a real kick out of being put on alerts and lists. I like it all. Hope you do too.--Counselor
My avatar is how I see Edward in my newest story Finding My Thunder. He is a darker Edward, hair dark brown and black, skin prone to tan.
A big thanks to the following for various kindnesses:
Ro Nordmann, a fierce writer, has graciously made a banner for MWS. You can see it at
With that banner you can find a lovely review for MWS written by KatHat at.
Also the generous KatHat has written a review for Finding My Thunder at : / / khatla (dot) livejournal (dot) com/11598.html
I have categorized Finding My Thunder as tragedy. It is probably scaring away some readers but my version of tragedy means there will be some tragic situations that occur in my fic. And that is the case of this fic. It does not alter my overall writing philosophy which I've already stated.
A cool thing, TwiFich00rs have reviewed My Wounded Soldier (Jayme Durob wrote the review) and added some really amazing pictures (OzellaMarie added the pictures) to their review. This can be read at the TwiFich00rs blog. Big thanks to them for their beautiful work.
Thanks to deb24601 for a gracious interview for MWS on Bookish Temptations. She blew up my avatar for this interview and it...well it works. Thanks so much deb.
If weird stories are your style, my story The Penitent is reviewed and can be rated by you the reader at the fabulous site twific.net The review is so well-written and judging from the comments my creative grammar is possibly a thing of much discussion, but...The Penitent gets high marks and I am deeply grateful.
At The Fictionators, Caren and Kassiah are running a very gracious review of Catwoman. Many thanks to them.
Also at The Fictionators, Kassiah has written another gracious review for Turkey Baster. Many thanks once again.
Thanks for your support. You guys really make this fun.
I want to thank you again for all of the very gracious reveiws you have taken the time to send. I read every single word and take them into my heart. I rarely write back. Times I have I think I embarrass myself for I am too passionate about things, too wordy. It's not a lack of interest in you at all. I respond by writing. Writing and writing. So thank you, dear, dear authors and readers.
I'm updating. I want to thank The Lemonade Stand for being so kind to me concerning these stories. Pawspeaches has written the most wonderful, humbling review of Finding My Thunder. Thanks to all who recommended that story for consideration in the Pic Five contest and voting so faithfully to allow it to place. I am truly thrilled. And then the review! (I'm framing it). It's on that fabulous site, so thanks so much all of you involved.
A huge thank you to Ro Nordman for the lovely banner for Finding My Thunder. This Ro! Thank you darling girl.
Then Bringing Bella Home same thing, allowing me to place by voting with this...determination! Thanks! And someone over there made a banner that is just amazing. Thank you so much. GENEROUS!
Thanks for all the reviews. I read every word or every review. I treasure these and take each to heart. You make me laugh so often, or when someone is reading through and I'm back on the journey with them thinking, Oh no, they're about to get to THAT chapter, or something. You make it so worthwhile.
Thank you also to the site The Fictionators. Caren and Kassiah and their kind words on several of these stories. You must visit their wonderful site to find out about this fanfic world and all the stars spinning in its sky. Such talent.
Hello. I just want to thank everyone for reading and reviewing and PMing. It's almost March 2013. I keep cranking out the writing. I try to write honest, spare myself nothing. Sometimes it comes from such a deep place, I get lost in it, in the voice coming out. I know its been difficult to read. I know it. Those who have stayed...it means something. Just thought you should know.
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