Author has written 2 stories for Bones.
Hey! I'm Amy Lena. I'm from a place in England that very few people know exists. Let's put it this way, we like our rhubarb so much, we decided to make it grow faster than anywhere else. Look up the Rhubarb Triangle if you don't believe me. And yes, I'm being completely serious.
Anyway, before I started my rhubarb tangent, I was going to say that I'm in my second year at university. I decided it'd be interesting to learn about forensic anthropology so I upped sticks and moved to Liverpool. Fun times let me tell you.
I have to admit, I'm very lackadaisical when it comes to writing fanfiction. I kind of write stuff, then lose it somewhere and find it a year later. Sorry, I'm going to try and change this because I annoy even myself. I can read it all day though. So long as you can spell.. I mean, there's such a thing as spellcheck if you have trouble. It's just disappointing when I find a good story but then I can't stand to read it because it's giving me a headache trying to read the bloody thing.
I love god knows how many TV shows. They range from Red Dwarf and Blackadder (you MUST see these) all the way to Grey's Anatomy and Sea Patrol. Although I won't admit the last one to my mam. It'd mean I'd have to admit I started watching it because of the hot guys and the accents then got hooked. And we can't have that.
I'm terrible with my movies. I'll watch anything.. Almost. I can deal with the truly horrific films they make for the SyFy channel (and I'm talking Snakes on a train where at one point a giant snake eats the train). God I love that film. Haha. But I can't stand 'horror/thriller' films. They're bloody awful. I think I'd rather purposely have a conversation with my brother and his girlfriend. Romcoms are iffy with me too. There's such a thing as too cheesy, and my tolerance is low, especially with sequels.
Anyway, I'll try to actually, at some time in the next ten years, write a story. With a plot and everything. I know, when it happens, I may faint myself. Bye bye.