Author has written 7 stories for Hannah Montana, High School Musical, Sonny with a Chance, Power Rangers, and Harry Potter.
iwritefiction, but mostly fanfiction... I'm into many things. I can watch The Girl With the Dragon tattoo in all it's epic foreign glory, and then watch the Disney Channel. Jesus is my Lord and Savior, though I don't plan on writing fanfiction for the Bible anytime soon. I most likely won't write for books, movies, and shows I truly respect, though, if it's written somewhat well, I'll read it. (Though I did just write one for Harry Potter called As I Am!, it probably won't happen again.) Also note, I don't honestly like most of the slashy fics on here. Seriously? It's like they take the straightest characters, decide they're gay, and then make them fit that mold that the character really cant fit. Like there aren't enough hot guys playing for the other team, so to speak. Do you really have to go and take more? (Though, if the character is actually gay e.g. Kurt from Glee, then go ahead and keep him that way, I don't mind. Just don't have him have sex with Artie, Puck, Finn, or Mike until they reveal themselves to have any interest whatsoever in guys. Feel free to let him do whatever the hell you want with Blaine)Also incest - I've never seen it on a show or movie (I don't think) unless you include that Jacksanna episode of Hannah Montana or the fact that Sharpay and Ryan Evans were evidently the leads in everything till Troy and Gabriella come along. Surely they had to have kissed at some point - strange. If your fics are slashy, non- cannon (with a few, minor exceptions - if I feel as though two characters would complement each other romantically personality wise, and it isn't explored on the show, in the book, etc., I will read it), or incesty, I probably won't read them. Change the names and put them on fiction press. That's what its for.
I love to read. I love anything by Scott Westerfeld - I love his style of writing and would read anything by him. Seriously, he's so good he got me to read a vampire book before the Twilight Craze. Actually, he got me to read two, Peeps and The Last Days. Shame - Twilight saga sucked and just about everyone read it. Peeps and the Last Days are fantastic, yet so few people know what they even are. I also love Harry Potter, The Inheritance Cycle, books by Meg Cabot (Princess Diaries, How to Be Popular, Every Boy's Got One, etc) Sophie Kinsella (Confessions of a Shopaholic, The Undomestic Goddess, Can You Keep a Secret?)
My taste is varied when it comes to fiction, fan or otherwise. In terms of fanfiction, I much prefer fiction from Disney shows and other things deemed childish. I just don't mind messing with the plot as much. Probably because, with all the comedy they shove in there, there is so little plot anyways. Mostly, I prefer fics that are well - written that stay true to the characters involved. I have a preference for hurt/comfort, mostly physical hurt or illness and comfort, and I totally zone out when reading any kind of emotional heartbreak story. I kind of go more with the get over it and move on crowd. I like comedy, but I don't usually read fanfiction stories under humor, they're usually not very funny and come off as trying to hard. Sorry, no offense to those of you who have done it, double for those who actually can write them well. You are so hard to find.
I don't like sexual stories at all. I've seen many a movie or show with sex scene and not cared, but my eyes glaze over and I skim ahead when reading about it. It's like reading the description shuts my brain off. Actually, I do the same thing when making out is described, too. Not my cup of tea.
So, you should know that I'm a busy college student. I have a job, too. Sometimes I start fics and promptly forget about them. Forgive me. I apologize in advance.
If you enjoy, leave a comment. I'd love to hear what you like and why or why you didn't like and why. Please don't leave something like "This Sucks!" it's not constructive, it won't help me a bit. Actually, the same holds true for, "This is good." or, "Loved it!" If you loved it, I'd appreciate it greatly if you left a review telling me why and what aspect made you like it enough to do so. Did you like the writing style? Did you like the way I wrote the characters? Anything that will help me the next time I write a story would nice. I, in return, will try to leave more of a review than, "Great story!" when reading your fics.
If you haven't figured it out from my sporadic at best information - I'm have a short attention span and things that make sense in my head don't always come out as well as I intended. As of right now, I don't have anyone reading my fics ahead of time so, all mistakes are my own and if it seems to jump a bit or not not quite mesh together - I apologize, again my own fault.
I don't have any plans to write sequels to any of my fics. For the most - part, I will probably write mostly short to medium length one chapter stories pertaining to a particular episode that inspired me. I don't really like sequels, especially when on a site like this and I can just add another chapter. If there's more to one of my stories. it'll come in the form of the next chapter - if you like one of my stories so much you'd like to write the sequel - all the more power to you, go for it. I can always edit and help you with it, if you really want. Don't expect me to answer right away. I think the last time I logged on was several years ago before today. Also feel free to write appropriate companions and the like. I don't mind.
If you'd ever like to help you with your own story, go ahead and ask, I can't promise anything immediate, but I will try to log on a bit more frequently than once every two years so, I might just be able to help. I have added myself as a Beta reader, so I will definitely try to log on a bit more. Feel free to drop me a story, I'd be happy to take a look at it and help with proofreading and tweaking so it works better.
Cat: Don't believe everything your daddy tells you!
Mrs. Shapiro: A girl doesn't dye her hair that color unless she has psychological problems!
As much money and life as you could want! The two things most human beings would choose above all - the trouble is, humans do have a knack of choosing precisely those things that are worst for them.
"Indifference and neglect often do much more damage than outright dislike."
"Indeed, your failure to understand that there are things much worse than death has always been your greatest weakness."
"It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more"
If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.