Author has written 19 stories for Harry Potter, High School Musical, CSI: New York, Fruits Basket, X-Men: Evolution, NCIS, Heartland, Another Cinderella Story, Gilmore Girls, Vampire Diaries, Sea Patrol, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
So I'm in the process of rewriting my whole profile, because it hadn't been redone in ages, and it feels like a lot of time has gone by since I put it together.
I'm 21, a fairly typical Scorpio (since many of the personality traits I've read seem to fit okay), I love water, swimming and canoeing. I've always wanted a Dalmatian and I love weaponry. I have peculiar phobias, have worked with and ridden horses for years and owned pets most of my life. I currently own a Netherland Dwarf/Lop rabbit named Bug.
I am a huge, huge bookworm. I love to read, I love to analyse and pull apart what I read and I have practically a library in my room. I also love movies - playing guess the actor with my parents and again, more analysing (that's something university teaches you all about, but doesn't tell you how to turn off when you finish). Art is another huge element of my life. I'm almost always drawing something (mainly horses, but I'm branching out).
And, of course, I love to write. I've been writing (badly) from a young age, and discovered fanfiction by accident a long, long time ago and didn't look back. I have plans to publish my own fiction, both any of the various novel ideas in my head, and a book of short stories about the characters of Lakewood Farm.
More About my Art:
I draw a lot, and always have (though I started off far worse than I am now, I'm also no expert). I've mainly been interested in equine art, but have been expanding some horizons the last year or so.
To see more of my art, feel free to visit my deviantart page
Lakewood is a fictional property, located in Eden, Cumbria, England. It is home to Three friends; Becca, Chess and Austin, who run it as a horse stable. The property and characters were invented by myself as part of a Horse Art RPG on deviantart. The Farm exists only through my drawings and stories of it and the characters who live there.
There are regular updates of life at the Farm on my deviantart account and it is stories of this place that I intend to work into a book of short stories, about life with horses.
About my Writing:
My writing seems to be governed by Muse. She is a muse called Muse. She's about 12cm high, has fey blood and a faerie soul companion named Haven. She's also an evil little cow at times and far more talented than I am (hence why I see things so great in my head that don't go on paper so well.
My Muse has always appeared to me this way - don't ask why, I don't know.
I've always written things, but my skills are always improving. I have a short attention span, though, so even if I have a great idea for a story, and the skill to write it, I usually lose that drive to finish it early on. It sucks, and I hate it, but there it is. I blame Muse.
So I tend to keep to one-shots where fanfiction is concerned. I can dabble in all of the fandoms I like, and explore character development and different narrative styles and tones (my favourite things in writing) and not have to let people down or limit myself for long periods in trying to write long stories.
Where original stories go, I have lots of ideas - some noted down, others partially written and others just hazy dreams of ideas. I really hope and want to one day publish a novel, but first I'll have to find something that drives me to do it.
What fanfiction I write and when really depends on what I'm reading (or watching) at any given time, as that usually inspires me, and how much time I have around other things.
I write what I write and when I write it. By all means message me to suggest a book or fandom, but I don't take requests and I may not take to your suggestion. If I do, then I'll be sure to thank you for introducing me to it and if it inspires me, there might be fanfics in the future.
Extras for stories:
Road to Recovery - Percy Jackson: The image, drawn by me, that is used as the story cover is
My Book recs:
The Infernal Devices - Cassandra Clare - These books have been at once the best and worst I've read in a long, long time and they're steampunk! They are funny, dangerous, dark and twisted, but very real and at times, so heartbreaking that you lose yourself in the pages.
The Wolves of Mercy Falls - Maggie Stiefvater - These books I originally love for the writing. Maggie writes so lyrically that she weaves her world around you, but it also tells a story of a very natural romance around a world of very unique wolves. Wonderfully imagined.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians - Rick Riordan - These books had me laughing from the second page, but they're full of everything; fantasy, adventure, character development, snark in bucket loads and a naturally forged friendship that evolves into a beautifully woven love.
More to come.
My Fanfic recs:
I'll get on these when I can, too.
Just a warning.
should anyone read my stories and want to review them, I will take into consideration any constructive criticism but I will ignore flames. Please don't waste your time on something I won't read. If you want to give advice (lets face it, I'll probably need it) be constructive.
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