Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter, Star Trek: 2009, A Cinderella Story, and Supernatural.
"It does not take a magician to create a story that pulls you into a world of magic. It does not take an artist to paint a picture in your mind. A good story can be created by anyone anywhere with the ability to dream." --Me
Writing is an escape into a world of magic and fairytales, a world where anything can happen and the ending is always as happy or morbidly depressing as you want it to be. So I throw my time away writing stories and reading others, enchanted and enthralled in a world where nothing can go wrong because everything is right.
I am always willing to answer 'fan mail', not that I expect to get any. If you are interested in asking questions or simply talking, you are free to simply leave a review or send a private message.
There is not much you need to know about me to read my stories, but here are some fun facts anyways.
--I tend to take a long time to write chapters to my stories.
--I can never concentrate on one thing at a time, which is why stories take so long; I'm always jumping around.
--I love poetry, but I can't write it, which is probably why I love it so much.
--My favorite quote is But of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it; for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die." --Genesis 2:17 from Twilight.
As to what kind of fanfictions I write...it depends. Most of my inspiration centers around books like Harry Potter and Twilight and Star Trek: 2009.
When reading, I prefer romance. On some of these, I used to refuse to budge in my belief of pairings, such as Bella and Edward. I would not, under any circumstances, move from my opinion on that pairing, no matter how well written a story may be. Now I love reading Bella and Jasper stories.
However, in other things, such as Harry Potter, I have always been far more open. I am very willing to read different pairings, whether they be...
...of the opposite sex and obvious, like Harry and Ginny or Hermione and Ron...
...of the opposite sex and not-so obvious, like Hermione and Draco...
...of the same sex and age group such as Harry and Draco...
...or of the same sex and different age groups, like Harry and Severus.
I have even been known to enjoy a good HermionexSeverus here and there. I believe that, if the author is willing to make a good plot and attempt at a well-written story, nearly every pairing deserves a chance. Unfortunately (and I apologize for those I offend with this), I cannot understand HarryxVoldemort, HarryxLucius, Harryx(insert family members name here), or HarryxDumbledore romance pairings. Friendships or family-esque relationships, yes, but romance, I apologize, just, no. Somehow, I can't bring myself to read them, and as you read just above, it isn't about age difference or that I'm a homophobe, which I'm clearly not, as I'm currently working on, not only Colors of the Wind, but a HarryxDraco story (which could take awhile, so, to my loyal readers, don't get your hopes up). There's just something about Harry doing the deed with the man who brutally murdered his parents that, I don't know, pisses me off!
Anyways, thank you for visiting my profile and please enjoy my stories!
P.S. Do not think any less of me for not liking the pairings I previously stated. I'm very open in my beliefs, as you could probably also see from the stories archived in my favorites.
P.P.S. Speaking of my favorites, please read some of them. The authors and authoresses that wrote them are all amazing!
A Relationship to Define You Both
Colors of the Wind
Jim & Spock: 5 & 1
As Well As He Thought
Incomplete Story Statuses
Of Wicked Spells and Revelations: High Priority
Rediscovery: Medium Priority
Lie to Me: Medium/Low Priority
Quotations: Low Priority