Author has written 82 stories for Wicked, Misc. Plays/Musicals, Mighty Ducks, Kevin Smith, Dawson's Creek, and High School Musical.
Hi, I'm Reenie, and I don't have much to say. I'm an 23 year old college student. My obsessive personality has gotten me addicted to writing Fanfiction for the past 4 years...I keep waiting for it to phase out as most of my obsessions have, but so far it's not going anywhere.
I also keep a blog:Check it out sometime if you want to read my opinions about stuff...and I don't mean anything substantial, I mean like about Gossip Girl or The Office
I love movies and musicals so those are the fandoms that I stick with.
I've written a couple of Wicked and Aida fics. One that was a combination of Wicked and That 70s Show...I kind of abandoned it because I ran out of ideas, I may go back to it someday, if the mood strikes me.
As far as movies go:
I started a HSM one and hated it so left it behind after one chapter.
I have this really complicated series of Mighty Ducks Stories...Apparantly they're really good, because people keep reading them. They follow two generations and all connect to each other, there are a lot of OCs in them and I love writing them, but I'm taking a breather from them for now. I'm going to list them in chronological order, that is how they fit on a timeline, it may help people.
1. I know How You Feel: Julie and Portman's first kiss. It's very cute and there's not a lot to it...its just a one shot.
There's also another part to it called Continuously Musical, which is a series of songfics that fill in a lot of necessary details for the later stories, I suggest you read it, especially before Prom Problems: The Next Generation and Duckling Tales.
I'm mostly done with the Portman Family Saga now and I've moved on to my two other series, one that I call my NYC series...which is mostly about Connie and Julie and their lives as twenty somethings living in New York, it's highly influenced by Sex and The City, know that going in, or else you may get freaked out, the stories in it are "The Cat and The Ice Man," "Second Chances," "Put it Together," "When it Happens," and a bunch of one shot prequels under the heading, "Getting There." It's a lot of fun.
The other, which is supremely important to me, is known as the Littles series. It started with this whim I had to explore the mentioned but never seen younger brother of Rick Riley. Which grew into a sixty chapter story, currently four sequels and a prequel. I have some amazing characters whom I love, in it and I list them, provide links to the actors who play them in my head.
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After I finished the main story line, I started working on what the children characters would be like as teenagers so I started writing what I'm currently calling the "New Wave Littles" stories. They aren't going to be the epic stories of the original series, but smaller more episodic dramas. Here are the actors I've thought of so far for the teenage versions of the kids of the "Littles," more to come as I think more and the stories come together more. (As well as some new characters who I don't want to spoil here, until they come around!)
Littles: The New Wave
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