Author has written 6 stories for Twilight.
I read the Twilight series in '09, reluctantly, to say the least. It’s just not my type of literature. Despite my attempts to resist, Edward Cullen sucked me in (pun fully intended). Although I first identified with clumsy new girl Bella, it was Edward who stayed with me after I finished reading the books. More to the point, he just refused to leave. And it's because of him that I'm writing creatively for the first time in years.
FOX FIRE is my labour of love. The story was born before I learned about Midnight Sun. I almost abandoned it after reading the "First Sight" character development on Stephenie Meyer's website, but I'm very glad I didn't. I've grown to adore the "Edward-in-My-Head". MsRason created the stunning. Thank you, Rason! It's also on her .
*June 2011* - Fox Fire was nominated for an
*STORY UPDATE: 15/5/13*
SERIES & ONE-SHOTS:
COUNTERPOINTS is an accompanying series of outtakes and alternate POVs from Fox Fire.
A CARTON OF MILK won Readers' Choice in "The Life and Times of Bree Tanner" challenge (July 2010). This one-shot was my first attempt at a writing challenge, and I was thrilled it was so well-received.
ATOMIK, another one-shot, was originally a chapter from Fox Fire. It didn't work with the storyline, but I loved the dialogue so much that I couldn't bear to scrap it.
MIDWINTER is a series of vignettes that allow me to indulge my obsession with Edward's dark years during the Depression. Some of them have been with me the entire time I've been writing Fox Fire. They'll find their place here, eventually.
LULUBELLA is a character sketch, a snapshot of sixteen-year-old Bella while she was still living in Phoenix. It was written for the Pre-Twilight round of the Canon Tour.
"I have spent most of the day putting in a comma and the rest of the day taking it out." Oscar Wilde
My stories are also onand .
As well as writing EPOV fiction, I write non-fiction for newsletters, magazines, and online publications in my real life. I am inspired by prose and poetry from the 17th century to the present, and by the rugged mountain scenery of my home in western Canada.
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