Author has written 7 stories for Merlin, Doctor Who, and Pride and Prejudice.
Hello! Welcome to my profile. I find reading how people describe themselves rather fascinating, but in case you've ended up here by accident you'll find the 'back' button in the top left hand corner of your screen. Toodles!
I've loved reading ever since my older sister dragged me onto the sofa, pointed at some funny squiggles on a page in a book and tried to convince me they made sense. I've been making up stories since my little brother asked me why the stars twinkle (the answer obviously being that they're holding their breath and the longer they hold it the brighter they get. Needless to say, stars don't have great lung capacity but are very competitive and that's why they twinkle a lot).
On the other hand, I've not been writing fanfiction for very long at all! I mainly move in three circles of fanfiction; Doctor Who, Merlin and Pride and Prejudice. Tantalisingly diverse, I know. I'm mostly a lurker-reader, feeding off the talented writing of others, but every now and again I pick up my pen (remember that I'll ultimately have to type it up anyway and go find my laptop), and actually commit some words to paper. Or to screen, as the case may be.
I don't pretend to be the world's best author, but I enjoy it and hope anyone who takes the time to read it finds something in it too. I love hearing what people think so long as it's constructive!
Some more about me (because I'm just that fascinating):
I live in England, where the history comes from. More specifically, I live somewhere near the middle. We have a castle and a cathedral which means we've got more history than anywhere else, though I might be slightly biased.
I have brown hair that has a habit of forming ringlets. This has proven especially useful in my secret life as a spy since I tend to go unrecognised when I apply an iron to my curls. Add a suit and an expensive transgender operation and you may as well call me 007. Except I wouldn't respond to that since it's not my code name.
Oh, in case you're wondering, 'tinydisk' was the name on the pen drive sat on the desk next to me when I needed a unique username when I started writing. Can't quite bring myself to change it, though it is a bit strange and it has been pointed out to me that if I were a guy I would not be so pleased to use it ...