Author has written 25 stories for Harry Potter, Inuyasha, Naruto, Misc. Tv Shows, Criminal Minds, and Sherlock Holmes.
Yeah, I'm 17 years old from Australia. I love Criminal Minds, Naruto, Doctor Who, Torchwood, Eastenders, The Simpsons...a lot of things really. I tend to spend too much time reading and writing (fanfiction mostly, but I read other things too). I'm a huge Slash/Yaoi fan (couldn't you tell?) but I also like crime novels and shows. Note: I'm not adverse to het (when it's well written) but I read way too much bad Inuyasha fanfiction and there's only so much Kagome/every single other character in the show one can take. I've written one het fic...but I find het is usually canon and I tend to live in a fantasy world lol.
I listen to Heavy metal a lot. I like Metallica, Black Sabbath (RIP Dio), Tool, Slipknot (RIP Paul), Slayer...I get a lot of inspiration from listening to it. Well, that's because I can zone out and just feel the music rather than hear it. I find most pop music already has it's own dimensions and for me, heavy metal is open to interpretation. Some songs are pretty self explanatory (ie; The Day That Never Comes by Metallica) but others can mean several different things and I like that in music.
I'm currently working on the draft for a multi-chaptered Criminal Minds fanfic (which will be Morgan/Reid eventually) and the first chapter should be up in the next week. Check it out if you want.
Continue to read, review and be inspired :-)
Oh, and a side note: I might not be able to get back to each and every reviewer so I would just like to take the time right now to say that every review I get I appreciate wholeheartedly. They make me feel like people are actually reading what I'm posting and they inspire me to write more (and hopefully write better XD). And I also appreciate it when people add stories (or God forbid the author lol) to their favourites because it tells me that you actually like what I've written and that makes me feel better.
Authors like feedback - it shows them you've read it and their hard work is appreciated. So if you can, take the time to add them to favourites or review (constructive criticism is appreciated too - if you think there are parts that the author could improve on tell them because we don't get better on our own). Please don't flame though. Your views are appreciated, yes and they do matter, but if you can't say something constructive or nice, then don't waste your time.
Thank you very much for taking your time to read this and I will reiterate that your views matter to me and to everyone who matters to you.