Author has written 3 stories for Star Wars.
Real name: Alexandra
Like Wax Under Flame, a 23,000 word free short story based on an adult dystopian novel that is currently in the works. Brief blurb below:
Everyone knows the story of the apocalypse: The greedy, corrupted world governments waged war, devastated the entire planet, mutated the majority of humanity through biological weapons, and destroyed themselves in the process. The gangs took their place and the only rule of survival was to join them, or at least get on good terms with one or five. Try to survive on your own…well, the concept is nothing short of laughable.
But not to nineteen-year-old Dane. A psychic gifted with extraordinary telekinetic powers, senses, and a self-programmed drive to survive, the thought of bowing to any form of authority is less than laughable. Dane doesn’t question the story of the apocalypse, and has convinced herself that she is content to be the only one of her kind. But she is destined to pierce through the shadow of ignorance that blankets the world. People are watching her, people who want her to know that World War III was merely a smokescreen to hide another war. A war driven by prejudice and paranoia. A war that resulted in the near extinction of Dane’s people and gave birth to a savage, lawless world…
Basic information: I work out in the gym with my father as my buddy. We do the major butt-kicking classes like RPM(cycling), Body Pump and step. I'm usually very quiet as I prefer thinking to talking and I read for several hours almost everyday. I discovered fan-fiction in early 2006 and have had an incurable fetish for it ever since. I owe a big debt of gratitude to the authors of all the stories I read as they inspired me to never be afraid of your imagination.
Favorite music: I'm a picky person when it comes to music. its mostly melodies that catch my attention first and later the lyrics. But I still have some favorite artists, Nightwish, Anna Nalick, Evanescence, Seal, Dixie Chicks, Dar Williams, Don Mclean, Creed.
Instruments: Taking piano lessons from an absolutely phenomenal teacher. Severely slacking off on my violin, and maybe I'll pick up my guitar one of these years.
Future Stories: The Phantom Menace is only the first of several stories that will be included in my Error Corrector series. Here are some of the universes that I have planned for the series, and perhaps more will be added in the future.
1. Star Wars (duh)
2. Ender's Game
3. Sonic the Hedgehog (game based)
5. Elfen Lied
6. Harry Potter
7. Lord of the Rings
8. Pirates of the Caribbean
9. Star Trek 2009
10. The Vampire Diaries
13. Dune (ONLY Frank Herbert. NOT Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
Chapter 21 has slowed somewhat, but with good reason. White House/political scenes that demand greater detail are coming up very soon and I think it's high time I did some research so as to correct my shitty knowledge of political and military terminology. "batallion of soldiers" Miss Vice President and not Madame Vice President.
(shudders) Dear God, I do not want to be compared to Stephanie Meyer in terms of lazing away from necessary research.
Seems a marathon of "The West Wing" is just what I need. And if any of you, my dear readers, know of any shows/books/movies that can help expand my political terminology, feel free to recommend. And let me emphasize, this is not at all limited to my American audience. French, English, German, Swedish, you name it. Error Corrector encompasses the entire world.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder--
--and pisses off many a reader in the process.
I'm back to writing the next chapter of Revenge of the Sith, and it looks like I'll be able to (for the most part) keep my promise about writing 1,000 words per day.
But not chronologically.
Being the fickle story that it is, Error Corrector is now pushing me to write dialogue from future stories, Supernatural being the prominent one so far. While I was sick, the entire premise of the Supernatural volume pretty much mapped itself out in my head. I love all my Error Corrector volumes, but Supernatural is going to be something particularly special. It may not be my magnum opus, but it'll come pretty damn close. Also if my mental outline remains the same, it's going to have one of the most tragic endings in the entire series. (sigh) Well. You gotta give the story the last word. Author's responsibility.
I apologize for the long silence as well. I was just sick to death of thinking I was better for a few days, getting excited and making promises, then getting kicked to the ground again and again. I wouldn't say I'm 100% yet, but the illness has taught me how to take better care of myself in mind, body, and spirit. I feel happier, more creative, and more alive period. I picked up my violin for the first time in five years last week, and have so many new wonderful ideas for original stories.
Thanks so much for not giving up on me, and your patience.
Stay tuned. :)