Author has written 6 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Glee, Doctor Who, and Supernatural.
An English sixteen year old with a knack for creating genius plans for taking over the world. I'm Abbey, by the way. I don't always write, but when I do, I get terrified of posting it because I don't like criticism. Please don't hurt me.
Glee (the Klaine section)
One-sided Snape/Lily: What can I say? I'm a sucker for tragedy, and Snape's tragically unrequited love is heartbreaking.
Doctor/TARDIS: He calls her 'Sexy', for God's sake.
Merlin/Morgana (before she went bat-shit)
My BrOTPs: - Y'know, the friendships I ship.
Kurt/Finn (does it count if they're already brothers?)
Ianto/Tosh: I can see them being something like best friends, especially after Tosh nearly watches Ianto have his throat cut by cannibals.
Dean/Sam (again, does it count if they're brothers?)
John/Sherlock: sorry, Johnlock shippers, but I refuse to see them as anything other than best friends
Merlin/Gwaine: I can see Gwaine dragging Merlin to the Tavern every other day.
Kurt/Blaine: My OTP, darlings. The only reason I started watching Glee was for Darren Criss, and then Chris Colfer, because they're both precious angels. And Klaine are so adorable together. They sing Christmas duets every year -
Brittany/Santana: Like Kurt and Blaine, I just find them so lovely together.
Jack/Ianto: I love them together, I really do. That's why I don't count Children of Earth as canon, except for the comments about them being a couple.
Dean/Castiel: Hey, the subtext is there. All of those lingering, meaningful looks, and the fact that Cas doesn't generally look at anyone else when Dean is in the room. And Cas gripped Dean tight and raised him from Perdition. And they were in Purgatory together.
Harry Potter: Fred and George Weasley (let's face it, we can't have one without the other).
Glee: Kurt Hummel.
Doctor Who: Donna Noble.
Torchwood: Ianto Jones.
Sherlock: It tends to vary between John Watson and Greg Lestrade.
Supernatural: Dean Winchester.
The Avengers: Iron Man/Tony Stark.
The Big Bang Theory: (Doctor) Sheldon Cooper.
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