Author has written 4 stories for Supernatural, and Thunderbirds.
Sorry guys about being away for so long! My only excuse is that I simply let life get in the way! I am currently revising only my typos and grammatical mistakes in To Be or Not To Be a Thunderbird as a way of reminding myself where I've been and what my future plan was for that story. I have not changed any story plot points in the chapters. I fully intend to finish this story by the end of the summer at the latest (several chapters left) and continue on with the series. I would like to get back into writing Supernatural stories as well as some for other fandoms that have intrigued me during my hiatus from writing.
I am excited to finally be finished with school! I currently live in rural Georgia in the good ole' US of A. I love to read books and watch movies in my spare time. I particularly love to read stories about the relationships between siblings and parent/child. I am also a firm believer that the characters don't have to be related to be family.
To Be or Not To Be a Thunderbird: Alan's family is convinced that all he's ever wanted to be is a Thunderbird. Will they support him if he chooses to follow another path. Also will they be able to help him figure out a way to deal with stress without harming himself in the process?
Headaches and Pranksters is a story about Gordo's prank shop and how Jeff reacted to the news of his boy's business venture. (COMPLETE)
Sanctuary: Sam has reached a breaking point after the events in Everybody Loves A Clown and runs off to a place he came to view as a sanctuary during college. Can Dean pull himself together in time to help Sam and in turn help himself to heal? (COMPLETE)
Family is a story about young Dean's definition of family and how he tries to explain his views to baby Sammy. Weechester! (COMPLETE)