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Author has written 11 stories for Supernatural, and Cal Leandros.
Hello fellow fanfiction readers/writers! A few fun facts about me (if you care): I live in the United States deep in the countryside near a couple small towns that no one has ever heard of. Middle of nowhere...honestly, there's nothing for miles except a few houses and some fields with cattle. Really, really boring cattle. And some trees! Oh yes, the excitement is mind-boggling. So, naturally, I have to think up ways to entertain myself...and fanfiction happens to be one of them.
I gave ghost tours at a haunted castle for several years, and freaky, unexplainable stuff happened while I was giving those tours. In summary of my experiences, I'm not sure if ghosts exist, or if it's just the work of demons, but there is something there. In any case, my work there sparked an interest for me in the unknown. I'm attracted to TV shows that explore the unexplainable, including Supernatural, Charmed, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis. (Ghost Hunters...not so much. It's interesting...but I can't tell if it's real. Seems a lot like the Ghost Facers to me, haha). I also enjoy watching Scrubs, Monk, The Big Bang Theory, and Psych. However, I have to admit that I love writing Supernatural stories. I started watching it a few years ago because one of my friends enthusiastically gave me the play-by-play for an episode while we were sitting in Physics class (yes, Supernatural beats Physics hands-down when it comes to excitement or, at the very least, my own mental wellbeing), and I've been hooked ever since.
I have a theory: television shows are so full of drama that they help people feel much better about their own personal problems in the face of the life shattering disasters that the producers think up for those poor, poor characters (does it end? I hope not.) However, action pact movies make people (or at least me) feel a little depressed because their lives pale in comparison. I mean, why can't exciting stuff happen to normal people? Why can't I check into a haunted hotel room or fight with pirates? Why can't you figure out some life altering government conspiracy? Portals to another world, anyone? Nope. Instead, I'm stuck here, in my room, typing this really odd bio that no one is really going to read or pay attention to. Mythical creatures are not going to jump out of my closet and kidnap me. I think. And here you are, reading this really odd bio (I'm not quite sure why), when in fact you could be out having some sort of adventure (of your choosing, of course). Sounds fun, right?
Well, that's about it for now (if, in fact, you are still reading). Enjoy my stories!
"May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art -- write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself." –Neil Gaiman