Author has written 30 stories for Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Sailor Moon, Misc. Tv Shows, Camp Rock, Star Wars, Lost Boys, Big Bang Theory, and Thor.
My name is Brittany. I am twenty-three years old. I am Canadian. I consider myself to be a Padawan of the V'tosh Ka'tur. I'm a social work graduate from Canadore College, and am returning to school to get my Bachelor of Arts in History (as it's one of my greatest passions). I can be quite a bit of a pop culture/sci-fi nerd - I've got my arms covered by tattoos from Star Wars, Star Trek, and Stargate; I also spend much of my free time playing a ton of World of Warcraft, with my main toon being a badass DPS-killing fury warrior. I have a wonderful nerdy boyfriend who helps me to be comfortable with who I am and what I love.
About My Writing:
I write many different things. My first book was a, "rules of life," type of book. I wrote it when I was six years old, and used crayons as well as Sailor Moon stickers to illustrate. It was at that time that I decided I was going to be an author. From then on, I continued to write stories, whether they be originals or fanfictions, as well as rockfictions. Popular ones, which only my friends have read, are the Labyrinth series written after the movie, going from number two to eighteen, which I wrote when I was twelve, and Children of the Damned about Iron Maiden running an orphanage, which I wrote when I was thirteen. A famous play amongst my family and friends that I wrote was Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Prisoner and Chamber of Fire, which I wrote when I was eleven. Starting when I was about thirteen, not long after I completed CotD, I began to write poetry as my main release. I still do to this day, and have won a poetry award three times in my life. My most prized piece of writing is famous amongst students at my school, as this was a published newspaper article from December 2006, about goth teenagers facing discrimination. I spend about 95% of my time reading fanfiction, though I would love to write more - I often don't have the time or motivation.