Author has written 4 stories for Twilight, and Harry Potter.
Real Name: Leah.
Age: High school-ish
About Me: Mostly writing for Twilight here, but if I ever think about it again, I'll post my Harry Potter one-shots, and anything else I manage to produce.
Favorite books include: Harry Potter, first and foremost (though I'm bloody terrible at writing fanfiction for it!), the Chronicles of Narnia (see HP comment), and Twilight, which, though I am most certainly NOT a screaming fangirl, I thoroughly enjoy writing fanfiction for. Perhaps because there are more imperfections to latch on to than HP or Narnia? Not to insult Twilight; God knows there are enough people doing that.
"Courage isn't the lack of fear; it's being afraid and acting anyway."
"Life isn't about the number of breaths you take; it's about the number of moments that take your breath away."
"I have sometimes dreamt that when the day of judgement dawns and the great conquerors and lawyers and statesmen come to receive their rewards - their crowns, their laurels, their names carved indelibly upon imperishable marble - the Almighty will turn to Peter and will say, not without a certain envy when He sees us coming with our books under our arms, "Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them. They have loved reading." I don't know much about Judgement Day, but I certainly agree.
The Shadow of the Day - Pre-Breaking Dawn. My take on Bella's goodbyes to her friends and family. Really short, total spur-of-the-moment blurb inspired by the Linkin Park song of the same name. In my opinion: not really that great, but if you want something short and sweet, go for it.
Valentine's Day - Also written pre-Breaking Dawn, and obviously disregarding it; sort of companion to The Shadow of the Day. A one-shot about Bella returning to Forks a hundred years after she left to honor a dead loved-one. She finds out that things are very different from the way they were when she left. A story of love, loss, and finally healing. Winner of Child-Of-God13's summer contest. Way longer than The Shadow of the Day. Also inspired by the Linkin Park song of the same name.
Theory - Crossover. Me, trying out a theory I have in as realistic of a situation as I can think of. What if a wizard came across a vampire? Who would prevail? Sorry if you don't like the outcome, it's just the way I thought it would turn out.
Saved- Replaces Edward/Bella with Jasper/Alice as the vampire/human relationship. I find it more fun because A) Jasper isn't emo and self-hating. I love Edward, but sometimes, it's just ridiculous; and B) there are a lot more limitations for Jasper and Alice, so a lot of the story is Jasper overcoming...everything. Follows parallel plotlines to Twilight and New Moon, only not. If that makes any sense. Definately my favorite out of everything I've ever written.