Author has written 35 stories for Naruto, Harry Potter, Criminal Minds, Sherlock, and Merlin.
Hey everyone, this is SyrupylikeBreakfastinMontag!
I try to make all the emotions in my stories as real as possible and I hope they speak to you because of that. I get very annoyed when the people in stories are too out of character, so I hope I'm not a hypocrite and that all the people in my stories are as in character as possible under the circumstances. Please give feedback on my stories if you choose to read them whether it's good feedback or not. Thank you! :D
Fandoms I'm Currently Interested in Enough to Write About:
1) Merlin (BBC): Merlin/Arthur
2) Sherlock (BBC): Sherlock Holmes/John Watson, John Watson/Mycroft Holmes
3) Harry Potter: Harry Potter/Tom Riddle (Voldemort), Harry Potter/Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter/Severus Snape, Harry Potter/Cedric Diggory, Harry Potter/Marcus Flint, Severus Snape/Remus Lupin, Severus Snape/Sirius Black, Severus Snape/James Potter, Severus Snape/Percy Weasley, Percy Weasley/Marcus Flint
Status of Current Stories:
1) Through the Puddles of Time:
-Chapter four is in the works. Should be up in a couple of days.
Favorite Authors (in case you're curious or are looking for suggestions for books to read):
-Haruki Murakami (He's a genius! His prose amazes me, and his ideas make me so jealous of him. I highly recommend picking up Kafka on the Shore or After Dark. They're my particular favorites of his.)
-Neil Gaiman (A fabulous author. American Gods is a wonderful read that makes a lot of great points.)
-Terry Pratchett (So. Fucking. Funny. Really, he's a satirical genius. Read anything he's ever written and you are sure to be satisfied.)
-Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid's Tale is heartbreaking and beautiful. Her prose is such an inspiration. The flow of the her words is beautiful.)
-T.S. Eliot (The Hollow Men and The Wasteland inspire me every time I read them. The final lines of The Wasteland are so rich and powerful. I just want to quote them over and over in my stories, but that might be a little excessive. Just a little.)
-James Joyce (If you guys are looking for some good short stories to read, Dubliners is a great choice. So filled with tension and the frustrated inaction of Dublin's inhabitants. His stories give me chills.)
Requests for Stories:
To those of you who have either already requested stories from me or who would like to make a request, keep in mind that I don't generally do AU's and I never do crossovers. Other than that, I'd love to hear what you have to suggest, although I make no promises I'll accept every prompt. Also, see the list entitled "Fandoms I'm Currently Interested in Enough to Write About" for a list of the pairings I'm likely to accept requests about. Thank you.