Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter, Misc. Plays/Musicals, and Twilight.
Currently: (November '12) Oh my stars, it's been a year since I last did this. If you've given up on me, I don't blame you. If, however, you still ride around in the ImagiNationon your unicorn (or Pegasus--I'm equal opportunity here), then I hope to not disappoint you.
Projects (I've decided to try this, because it seems to work for other people. Note that the %'s reflect progress on an upcoming chapter, not the story as a whole.):
The little Livin' in Love story about the best backwoods couple to ever grace musicaldom is going to be updated. I'm working on the next chapter. About 62% completed.
Why We Are Awesome: 55% However, as it is our life... it's technically already written. Or being written as we speak. And tomorrow. Tomorrow will be written--er--tomorrow? Ehem. Anyway... Padfoot & Prongs would like to share their Awesomness with you & let you know that, should you choose not to read, they may choose to stuff you in a broom cupboard & hide emergency cheese all over your room. You have been warned.
Laughter & Cocoa: 65% completed, 100% pre-written. Still having trouble with the J/L angst. Can anyone point me to a good J/L fic to lure my muse back?
Breathe: I'm walking a fine line here.
Unrevealed title of Alice & Jasper Canon piece: Coming soonerish. 80% completed.
If you've put up with my annoying crap, I'm sorry and thank you for sticking around. I will finish every story I've started.
I love reading reviews, and I still respond to each one within a few days of my reading it. If you have some free time on your hands, visit my favourite authors page & click on Folk. You won’t be disappointed. If you really have some extra time, read Winterstar. It holds the title of being the 1st fanfiction piece to cause me to cry repeatedly. And if you don’t have the time…read it anyway.
May I say that I've noticed that many people have read Tears in My Tea--it does have a sequel: Laughter & Cocoa, and I would love it if you would pop over & read that one too. It is seriously neglected when compared with it's sister.
I created aa while back; you might find something interesting there.
Links to banners (made by me with paint because that's all I can afford) for Barriers.
Also, check out my C2. The archive isn't very large at the moment, but there's some good stuff in there.
Happy days to all.
And just because I haven't gone on enough:
Favorite writers: William Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Henry James, Emily Dickinson, John Green, and, after watching the video of her reading, I can oficially add J.K. Rowling to this list.
Favorite works: The Taming of the Shrew, Washington Square, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, To Kill a Mockingbird, Speak, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Prince and the Pauper, A Doll's House, No Exit, Jane Eyre, The Hunger Games series, the Twilight Saga, The Harry Potter Series, and just about anything by the above authors.
I love grammar. No, I'm not insane--well, at least not certifiable. I also enjoy revising and editing the writing of others. If you're looking for a second opinion--I'm here.
Constructive criticism is very welcome. I recognize that there is always room for improvement in my works.
I'm done--for now. Have a beautiful day. And don't forget to exercise that imagination...
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