Author has written 11 stories for Heroes, Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, and Firefly.
Each man is a Hero and Oracle to somebody
Me: I'm 18 and I love reading and writing. I'm a Christian and pleased to be so.
As some people may notice, I am not above using characters from other fandoms as cameo characters in my stories. I will change the names around, like have the actor's first name and their character's last name or vice-versa. If anyone happens to see my tributes and can recognise them, good job!
I watch: Heroes, Supernatural, NCIS, Burn Notice, Veronica Mars, House, Bones, Chuck, and Terminator: Sarah Conner Chronicles. Firefly. I just discovered it and it is awesome. It was taken from the world too soon, RIP. Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.
I write: I've got several Heroes fics and a couple Sarah Connor Chronicles stories, one of which that's still in its beginning stages. All Heroes stories are pretty much on hiatus at the moment. I haven't given up on them, I'm just a bit discouraged with the series. If Fugitives ends up being really good, I may suddenly be inspired to continue. But now, my current two fandoms that I'm really into are Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Firefly. I've started planning out and writing a Firefly story, but I've learnt my lesson from other fics, so this won't see the light of Fanfiction.net day until I finish one of my ongoing stories or until I finish writing most of the story beforehand -- but then again, I've never exactly always listened to what my brain tells me to do, so who knows? It may be up sooner than you think. . .
Random Suff, Updates. Is this... Is this what they call... A Blog?
16 December, 2009
WARNING: NOSTALGIC RAMBLINGS AHEAD!!
It's been a year -- okay, technically nine months but it seems like a year. It's so hard to believe how much things can change in a short amount of time. University changed me and my writing. I think I'm crapper now when it comes to technical stuff and ability, but all I need is something to focus on and remind me how much I love it. I think fanfiction is exactly what I need now. When I frst started I think it was just so I could show off, but truth be told, I was shit! But I got so muich better the more I wrote. It wasn't a gradual change, it was like something would suddenly click in my brain and I'd be better. I look at my old Heroes stories and I see the difference. What Started with a Spark was the story that changed how I wrote. It was my fifth attempt at fanfiction, the others before it were horribly bad and have since been removed from this site. I remember taking a break after completing a chapter on a NCIS story I was working on and ended up thinking about the second series of Heroes and the character Elle. I wrote that first chapter quickly and decided to keep the entire story as closely tied to the show as I could. I'm glad I did that, because it forced me to wait and think about things. And through that story, the character Dean Matthews was created.
Since then, I've written one shots and more multi-chapter stories, including a crappy sequel to What Started with a Spark which I screwed up so badly. I tried to take on far too much with that mess and it backfired. I'm older and wiser now, and I know for sure that I won't get overwelmed again.
I'm starting to get back into fanfiction again. I've got another account which is my clean slate if I ever feel the desire to use it, but don't count this account out! In short: I'M BACK, BABY! IT'S GOOD TO BE HOME!! :)
16 March, 2009
I figured I should at least update this because, you know, I haven't in a while. I've gone on to university and I guess I just don't feel the urge to write. I want to, but I can't, if that makes sense. I've met some amazing people here and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't completely distracted. Before I came, I couldn't think of anything to write--I was just that blocked. Now a few little ideas are trickling through, but the river isn't really running if you want a metaphor.
26 February, 2009
I've got writer's block. The worst I've ever had. Before I was able to think of ideas, I just couldn't get them down. Now I can't even do that. It sucks ass.
Oh, and as for my Heroes stories, if I do continue, season 3 is dead to me. The only good thing to come out of that mess is Daphne. I think season 2 was a lot better than it. The only canon references from now on will be from seasons one and two, back when Heroes was actually good.
What Started with a Spark: It intertwines with the canon, starting around where The Line begins. I was unsure about starting a seperate fic to carry on after What Started with a Spark. But it does break away from the canon and delves into the Volume 3: Villains grey area, so I decided that the seperation between the part that was tied in with the canon (What Started with a Spark) and the part the continues on after the current T.V. canon ended. (The Tale Continues) I guess I'm regretting the decision seperate them a little bit, but oh well. What's done is done. I was thinking about adding some additional chapters, but I can't be bothered. This was the first work I finished that I was actually proud of. I'm a lot better as a writer now than I was since I wrote this. This is my reminder of how I used to be. Complete.
It's sequel: The Tale Continues has been posted. It's set after Volume 2 and will revole around several of the main characters. It's basically my own version of villains. I'm updating some of the characters I based on spoilers to their actual canon selves. Knox is the biggy, I actually wasn't too far off with his power. I can't say that this is HIATUSed, because I have no intention of ever contining it. If it wasn't a sequel, I would delete it.
Elle's First Date is now COMPLETE. It's a total Fluff-peice. I can't really say I like it that much, I just wanted to try something new. Complete.
Ok, gotta say it. I screwed up Elle's First Date. Technically it's all right, but I would have done things a lot differently if I had to rewrite it. I was never very serious about it, and that's probably why I never payed it much attention. When I wrote this, I had zero experience when it came to relationships. Things would just be different if I had another shot, which right now, I'm seriously considering doing. Just for a little bit of fun ;) It has been nearly two years since I first started it after all.
Heroism is in the Heart: My newest Heroes fic, focusing sometime in the future. It's not related to any Canon, so I guess its Future AU. It focus' on Peter and Claire and their storylines. Right now it's broken into three acts, and at the moment its occupying all of my time when I'm not doing crap for school. HIATUS . . . Chapter 7 was halfway done, but I become blocked when trying to figure out how to move Claire's storyline forward. . .
My Heroes Oneshots: Only once a Year. Its a little angsty and a little sweet...Hopefully. Oneshot, Complete
Is It Worth It? Featuring Daphne, the speedster who made her way into my top 2 favourite characters. Complete, Oneshot
Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles:
My latest venture into fanfiction, Breathing is set after Judgment Day and was based on the Allison from Palmdale promo. Currently a Oneshot. Still a oneshot. . . Complete
The Best Kept Secrets is my latest multi-chapter fic. The first chapter isn't too long, but I've got to start somewhere, right? Chapter 11 is ongoing.
So, How Did You Meet John Connor? is my newest oneshot. Complete. Not ongoing.
Stream of Consciousness: My first venture into the world of Joss Whedon's masterpiece. Basically a series of oneshots. River picking memories out of heads. Right now the pairings will basically be the traditional ones: Mal/Inara, Zoe/Wash, Simon/Kaylee. And I am warming to River and Jayne, but it will never be marriage and kidlywinks with those two. Even them being an item is pushing it in my book. And Book is all on his lonesome. Those are just the romantic pairings though, and only some of the ficlets will be romantic, methinks. I'm taking it slow with this one. Chapter 2 AND 3 are being mean to me.
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