Author has written 35 stories for Dark Angel, Supernatural, Charmed, Vampire Diaries, Hart of Dixie, Dollhouse, and Fringe.
My name's Kelsey and I'm addicted to--Wait. This isn't a twelve step program.
Ah, well, I'll tell you what I'm addicted to anyway: Writing. I was a lot more heavily involved in Fanfiction a few years ago, but I still write every now and again when the mood strikes me. I have a few unfinished stories, and while I probably won't pick those up again, I no longer post stories unless they are already 100% finished. So don't be afraid to read my stuff!
In the past, Dark Angel was my drug of choice. Then came Supernatural (okay, so maybe Jensen Ackles was my drug of choice). Now I watch a whole lot of shows, but it takes a certain kind of relationship to get me writing. Tyler and Caroline from The Vampire Diaries have that relationship. So do Wade and Zoe on Hart of Dixie.
My favorite couple is probably Buffy/Spike. I've written a lot of stuff for them, but it's all long, angsty and unfinished. Maybe those stories will make an appearance on this site one day! I'm a Spike zealot, and if you try to tell me the merits of Angel, I will cover my ears and hum loudly.
My other huge interest is Olivia and Peter from Fringe, and just Olivia in general. That woman is awesome, amIright? I love the idea of Olivia suspended in a different universe without one friend to help her, so a lot of my Fringe stories--again, if they're ever finished and get posted--will center around Season 3. He does belong with you, Olivia Dunham. Yes, he does.
It takes a lot to get me interested in a single character rather than a couple, but I do have my favorites. Spike is probably the best character of all time (but I'ma let you finish, Angel). I love Olivia, like I said earlier, and I also really liked Chris Halliwell from Charmed.
1. TV shows: Fringe, The Vampire Diaries, American Horror Story, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Dollhouse, Dark Angel, etc.
2. Authors: Kazuo Ishiguro, J. R. R. Tolkien, John Steinbeck, Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen, Katherine Dunn, Joan Didion, Jodi Picoult, C. S. Lewis, etc.
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