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Author has written 25 stories for Harry Potter, Twilight, Little Mermaid, Newsies, and Merlin.
Hey! My name is Jessica, and I'm a 21-year-old college student with an unhealthy obsession with fanfiction. :)
My (significant) fandoms include: BBC Merlin, BBC Sherlock, Harry Potter, and Hunger Games.
Those are the big ones, at least. I have delved into many others in my time, but these are the ones I read the most fanfiction for. And I spend most of my time reading fanfiction, I must admit. It's kind of disheartening when I realize just how much time I spend on this site. I pass up socialization for this so often it's a little bit sad. But fanfiction just seems so much more exciting and satisfying than real people. -sigh- Reality is insufficient.
Anyway! So I read a lot of stuff. Every once and a while I go on a writing binge, like my recent Merlin one. I have actually managed to finish a respectable number of stories. That is a huge accomplishment, for me at least. If you look at my list of published stories, none of the early ones have been updated in many years. Apparently, I am only capable of finishing Merlin fics. It would probably be easier to finish things if I had a PLOT in mind when I started writing these things, but I tend to have lots of baby plot bunnies and most of them die before their time due to neglect. But a few are petted and fed and played with and occasionally even kept alive to adulthood. If I'm really careful. I don't like killing bunnies, even if they're only of the plot-variety.
So yeah. That's me. Go read my stuff, or something. Even if they aren't finished, they're still entertaining to read. But don't judge me on my middle-school attempts at writing romance when I've never experienced it. I was trying, okay? :P
If anyone's interested, I finished and posted that ginormous Merlin fic that I worked so long on (To Be A King) and have promised a sequel. Once again, I haven't fallen off the face of the earth (where that story is concerned, I've posted plenty of others in the meantime), I swear. I'm brainstorming, trying to hammer out a plot, and will get to writing it when it starts falling into place. Before that happens, I will probably be doing a re-upload of To Be A King, chapter by chapter, because I've done some decent revision and polishing since it was first posted.
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