Author has written 3 stories for Gemma Doyle Trilogy, and Pokémon.
I believe writing is a form of art that requires a considerable amount of care. It takes time and effort to make things work. It requires being a bit insane and being unafraid to question everything. I strive to make my stories believable and open to interpretation. I want people to be able to connect with my story and characters, but at the same time I want to confound them. At times this means leaving out information, other times it means overloading them with it. I want people to read and be as in love with the art as I am. Writing is cleansing for me and I want it to be the same for my readers. If I can, just for a moment, make someone forget their problems and be wholly consumed by a story, then I've done my job. I love spreading the love of reading, because it's such an enchanting medium. Two people can read the same exact thing but interpret things in completely different ways. That's the beauty of a story. It engages every part of you and allows you to engage a part of yourself that we like to ignore as we get older: our imagination.
I suppose I should share a bit about myself. I'm a hard working college student who has a flair for the dramatic, if only in my fashion sense. I'm not very sporty and honestly the only sport I like is skiing. I'm a game nerd, but I love books to death. If I find a really good anime I'll stick with it, but that doesn't happen too often, same with manga.
Mainly I read stories on this site. My favorite area to read fanfics from are Pokemon and Hetalia. I keep playing with the idea of writing a Hetalia fic, but I stop myself when I realize that I'm outrageously ignorant with a lot of history and would likely spend more time researching my story than writing it. I do have an idea for another Pokemon fic, but I figure I should finish If before I take on another project.
Also, if you want to keep in touch with me when I'm not overly active in updates and maybe haunt me and get me to get my lazy butt in gear, feel free to bother me here: . I'd love to get to know some of my readers personally, so don't be afraid to talk to me!