Author has written 14 stories for Twilight.
Law student (ugh) who would prefer to be a writer.
I believe passionately in love. I am one of those saps who believes in true love, soulmates and destiny. I have but one goal for my life: find someone I want to share it with that will let me love them until it hurts. I know this is probably a terrible rip-off of a much better quote, but my belief in love can be summed up by: "Do not settle for anything less than passionate, all-encompassing, all-consuming love. There are too many things in this world that are ordinary. Love shouldn't be one of them."
Twilight, Twilight, Twilight. I'm mainly Edward/Bella but have recently become Bella/Alice as well. It actually depresses me sometimes when I think that I would actually give up my mortality and my life in a heartbeat to be with Edward, but since he's a fictional character I won't ever have that chance. I have increasingly become addicted to non-canon pairings and have such begun to write them as well.
Stephenie Meyer is truly goddess divine for creating such a wonderful, engrossing storyline that has hooked so many readers. I only wish I had that kind of talent for writing.
My Interests in FanFic:
I read fanfic for one simple reason: the stuff Stephenie wouldn't put in the books. cough sex cough Thus I tend to gravitate towards the smuttier stuff, much to my embarrassment. I have developed an interest in All-Human fic, probably because everything seems so much easier for sex-related stuff.
Things I will never read or probably write about:
- Edward never came back
- Bella picks Jacob
- Bella and/or Edward cheats on the other
- Bella dies, Edward is heartbroken
- Stories that take place in another time/era (Ex: Bella is a princess in peril and Edward is a knight who saves her)
- Edward/other characters. NEVER GONNA HAPPEN!
- 99 percent of stories where Bella gets pregnant by vampire Edward (Grrrr, Stephenie)
- Bella is raped/abused/scarred/tormented
I write most often late at night which is why there are often blatant errors and some stuff that I later revise.
For most of my life I've suffered from low self-esteem and my writing is no different. Every review I get, every hit to my stories that registers, is unbelievably thrilling to me. I honestly cannot believe how many good things people have to say about my pieces and my style.
I'm not one of the writers that can crank out chapters nonstop. I have to think about where I'm going, reflect on where I've been and carefully examine possible methods of getting there. I feel that this manner of writing produces higher quality final products.
I love to hear from people who enjoy my writing. If you could only see the kind of smile I get when I get a great message from someone. It's Emmett-sized!
I'm personally not a big reviewer, so don't expect me to leave a lengthy review on anything you write unless I'm particularly moved by it. If I like something, I add it to my alert or favorite list. If I REALLY like something, I'll consider leaving a review.
For reviews I receive, I read each and every single one of them. I wish I could reply to all of them, but I sadly do not have the time to. If you ask a question or point out a plot hole, I'm much more likely to get back to you. If it's just "I loved it!", I'm probably just going to smile and appreciate it in silence. Please don't be offended if you don't receive a reply to your review.
Awards and Such:
Thanks to everybody who supported "Across the Airwaves" at The Twilight Awards! All your votes and kind words were amazing!
Thank you everybody who voted for "Dualism" in Jayeliwood's Sexy Edward Contest! I really appreciate the support and because of it, "Dualism" won third place! Yay! To see my banner I received, click
Thanks to everybody who voted for me in. Thanks to all your votes "Campus Liaisons" won Best Novella. I really appreciate each and every vote.
Notables and Quotables:
I have been blurbed several times by a few columnists in columns on. Check it out!
I participated as a weekly guest on thepodcast for Episode 18.
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