Author has written 7 stories for Twilight.
My name is Christina. How's that for a creative opener? ;)
I'm of legal age, but still get carded, which I guess is a good stroke to my fragile, wrinkle-fearing ego. I'm not in S.W.A.T. training or a secret ninja after dark, or anything cool like that. I just live out a real-life "The Office" job, full of Michael Scotts, but sadly, no Jims. It's trite, but it gets the rent paid and allows me to have On-Demand.
The antidotes for my somewhat mundane existence are reading, writing, swimming, traveling when my finances permit, music, and I have to admit that TV tends to rule my Thursday nights.
-:- My Stories -:-
The Woods Are Lovely, Dark, and Deep
The Chronicles of The Twilight Twenty-Five
It Just Happened That Way & Strapped
Entries for the AwkWard contest; collab'd with queenofgrey. They're awkward. Be cautious.
PLEASE NOTE: I do not want any of my stories translated into another language. I am only fluent in English and would not like any posting of my work in words that I cannot understand. I can't stop you, of course, but I just ask that you wouldn't. However, I appreciate the offers very much. Thank you!
Other random information includes:
I collect movie ticket stubs. I love barbeque sauce. I like the word fuck and all its fucking cognates. I write poetry. I think roller coasters are a blast. I'd rather see a horror movie than anything else. I'm a fan of the ellipsis and italics. I'll scream if a bee lands on me...or if it's anywhere near me, for that matter. I'm more likely to cry over a book or a piece of music than a sappy movie. I've skinny dipped. I abide by society's laws (nevermind the skinny dipping), though I do fantasize about being on the run from the government in some sort of vigilante covert operation. I have a weakness for guys with brown hair and green eyes who are left-handed and I don't know why. Hawaiian pizza rocks my world. Football is the only sport I'm into. And I enjoy googling things.
"All things be ready, if our minds be so." William Shakespeare
"Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self." Cyril Connolly