Author has written 6 stories for Supernatural, Chuck, and Doctor Who.
"When words fail, music speaks"
"To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour."
Likes: Chocolate, movies, friends, reading, laying in the sun, fall, cats, psychology, butterflies, sleeping, cuddling, sunflowers, board games
Dislikes: Hypocrisy, pickles, close-mindedness, horror movies, mornings, most anything grape flavored, math (especially stats!), rude people, drivers who don't use their blinkers, dogs
My life: Graduated!! Time to get back to full-time work.
Top Fandoms: Harry Potter, NCIS, Stargate SG1, Teen Wolf, Hawaii 5-0, Dr. Who, Fairy Tail, Seven Deadly Sins
Author note: I try to reply to all of my reviewers, but some of you don't have accounts. So here's my giant THANK YOU to all of you who I can't reply to personally or who I might accidentally miss. Your support and thoughts mean a lot to me. I appreciate the time you take to read and review.
Some general advice for writers/Some of my biggest pet peeves:"First time writing" "Bad at summaries" "Hope it's good" Don't put these phrases or something like them in your summary - they do not make me want to click, in fact, they make me scroll right past. The summary is not the place to advertise your insecurity. So what if it's your first fic? Own it! Have confidence! Don't apologize to readers before they even click on the story link. If you're having trouble coming up with a summary, try describing your fic to a friend, picking an interesting line from the fic, or finding a quote that relates. Proofread your summary!! Another surefire way to get me to skip your fic is to have misspelled words, bad grammar, misspelled character names or all of the above in your summary. If you can't take the time and care to proofread 2-3 sentences for a summary, I have no confidence your story will be any more readable. Know how to spell characters, places, and other important terms in your fandom. I can't tell you how many different spellings I have seen of Gryffindor and McGonagall in HP fics (not the only guilty fandom). Please respect your fandom community and readers enough to spell the important things correctly. I honestly cannot take you seriously as a fan if you can't spell Hogwarts correctly. Please, please, please. For the love of all you hold dear. STOP using the phrases "princess-style" and/or "bridal style" to describe someone being carried. It immediately identifies you as a less mature writer and does not come across as romantic like you think it does. Seeing this will make me run away from the story 99.99% of the time.