Author has written 31 stories for Supernatural.
Parting note: It is with much sadness, I announce that after the open stories on here finish, I will retire from fan fiction. I think it is only fair to not leave the pieces hanging out in oblivion as many of you have supported me during a difficult time in my life. Some of you know that I started writing again as an escape from my mother's cancer battle. Being tied to a house, hospital, and work leaves little time for breathing much less interaction. I didn't share this aspect until now. Thankfully, the cancer is gone, and my writing bug is still with me. As you might have guessed, I do love the Supernatural show. Most of the plots here are pure fun for me. So much so, that a dear friend sent me a script competition thing (3 days before I had to enter). Good thing I love surprises.
Three days, two pizzas,a bag of oreos, a coke buzz, and a pound later, I pushed the send button a minute before deadline and giggled that a silly dream cost me 20 bucks and an upset stomach. Of course, I entered a SN script. I figured it was only fair to finish the place I started my writing dabble again. Last night the results posted. I am astonished to say I made it to the semifinals. I guess for me it was a wake up that I need to follow this passion and get serious. It might help if I get some actual courses to really know what I am doing! Go figure. However, I have always been a fly-by-the-seat-of-pants kinda girl.
I want to thank each of you for kind words, criticism, allowing me to act like a fangirl (We all know the boys are cute!) Above all, I respect the crap out of shows cast, crew, writers, etc. for the talent they brought to a little underrated show. I have enjoyed their work these past five (going to six) years. Thanks for not suing the crap out of me too! I'm still poor, but if I see any of you, I make an awesome lasagna! (Bribes always work, right? Maybe I should have offered the men folks some bacon. That seems to keep my bf happy).
I also respect anyone who tries to get thoughts on a page and risks the "mighty pitchforks" of readers. In must say, I have never experienced any of that here. I believe that to be a great statement on the quality of people who visit these pages. I'd say thanks again, but I think I might break a law in my state for overusing the word! As always, you can PM me anytime. Above all, and this I beg of you, wish me luck in this madness. I'm preparing my desk for rejection letter origami, but I hope that-- please one day-- that little "yes" will arrive.
Now to the normal gibberish!!!!
Hmm... what you need to know about me? Uh..ummm...uh... I'm full of something, but the popular opinion is still out on just what that is. Oh, the POSSIBILITIES! Mostly, I think it's plot bunnies (yah! pretty bunnies!) BTW: I think I licked some of the China made McDonald's toys. That's my excuse for being this giddy, and I'm sticking to it! (Kiddies don't try this at home).
I am actually, sorta, really normal. Okay, it's not like I expected you to believe me (sigh- grin). In reality, I have a very serious job with a side passion for writing. I dream of publishing a real novel one day, but being an adult with bills really sucks and takes all of my time! So in protest of the mundane world of work, I use my breaks to write what I hope is not too much dribble.
I do spare a smidgen of time each week to Supernatural, as it is not brainless as most things I see on TV. If I have to sit through one more hour of my big fat scary pimple faced ex-wife nanny (that is what those reality shows are called, uh, Right? :D), my brain will explode. Brain shrapnel is gooey and is heck to get out of carpets XD.
As for brains, mine is scary. It kinda links unrelated things and makes connections. Ah, my strange noggin- a random place filled with plot , old stories, music, useless facts and trivia-mainly silly things no one wants to know instead of the geeky stuff that could win me cash on a game show. I couldn't tell you the color of TV character's shirt or if he prefers boxers or briefs. Even if Satan told me I had to or go to hades if I didn't have the answer, I couldn't do it. I'd be burning. Of course, I would ask Dean for a map of the hot spots!
Now before you think I am a big dork (and let's face it, I am), I play around on here with ideas as a way to work out things for a real novel and also support Supernatural too. Plus, I can do anything I want (please don't sue me Mr. Kripke- I'm Poor!) and not have to worry about a budget or studios! So, all in all, I am happy to play in the Winchester world.
I love ProtectiveSam! ProtectiveDean! Snark! LimpSam! LimpDean! HurtDean! HurtSam! TorturedSam! TorturedDean! KickbuttSam! KickbuttDean! Pretty much, if it causes Pain and Torture, I am all for it. Mainly, I stick to the hurtboy plotline cause my friends ask for that. (I am starting to think I should never let them in a room with either Winchester.) I also love to twist a story when you least expect it, and in a way you least suspect. I try to anyway.
As you might guess, and I hope it's evident by now, the other random side of me loves the cracking. I just love to laugh and to make people laugh. I am not really sure where my warped sense of humor will lead, but the ride is sure fun. A friend challenged me to work "hippo poop" in a story (see Rider on the storm), so if you ever have strange notions to share, I could be your girl.
Oh, one thing, I am horrible at typing. Typos are my friends. They are my lonely adopted children. They follow me around and show up uninvited in my stories. Be kind to them or they will move into your house.
Now for a serious note: The best advice I can give to any writer is as follows:
1. Just write it and someone will review. They will help you get better or just hang with you for the journey. Some people never review and lurk forever. Lurkers are welcome. I figure they aren't flaming me, so the don't hate it that much.
2. Have great friends who tell you when you forget to put shoes and clothes on your character, tell you that you use the word way limp too much, and tell you that spell check will not catch the word "tit" as a typo when you mean to type "this". Although the idea of "Sam tit is bad" is much more humorous than "Sam, this is bad." I leave it up to you which version of that sentence you prefer. Tassles, Sam?
3. There are no bad reviews. Even if you are flamed, that means someone is so bored with life they can't create. So, relish on the best revenge by posting a new chapter and waiting for real reviews and guidance.
4. Read everything cause my favorite stories and plots have come from the most bizarre places.
5. Be fun, fun, silly willy!
6. Horizontal strips look like crap on everyone.
7. It's not the jeans that makes my butt look big, but the debazzled pockets detract from the obvious size.
8. Most of the time I really have no idea what the hell I am talking about! Seriously, have you read the list this far?
9. Above all- never ever feed authors after midnight or supply any of us with sharp objects! I'm serious! You give a writer a salad fork and someone is going down! We're like gremlins with nailguns! Really anything can and will be used against a character so it's best to avoid eye contact with us! Run, Sam, Run!
With that, I will leave you know to enjoy (I hope) my part time hobby. Plus, I hope you have not be scared off by my mindless babble on this profile as I have nothing profound to offer anyone. No wait... One day, while sitting on a park bench, I discovered the meaning of life. The answer, obviously, 8675309. Now, go forth, and share the secret.
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