Author has written 26 stories for Hairspray, Incredibles, Enchanted, Chronicles of Narnia, Pushing Daisies, Glee, and Les Miserables.
"Listen to me; I am going to give you a piece of advice: Adore one another. I don't make a heap of flourishes, I go to the end, be happy. The only sages in creation are the turtle-doves. The philosophers say: Moderate your joys. I say give rein to your joys. Be enamoured like devils. Be rabid. The philosophers dote. I would like to cram their philosophy back into their throats. Can there be too many perfumes, too many open rosebuds, too many nightingales singing, too many green leaves, too much aurora in life? Can you love each other too much? Can you please each other too much? ... The rare absurdity! Can you enchant each other too much, pet each other too much, charm each other too much? Can you be too much alive? Can you be too happy? Moderate your joys - ah, pshaw! Down with the philosophers! Wisdom is jubilation."
Thanks for checking out my page! I've been writing fanfiction on and off since 2007, when I was known as "hairsprayheart." I'd like to think my tastes have matured somewhat since then, but I will never be too old to love Disney movies. I am hopeful that my writing has improved, so please don't judge me on my old work [or pairing preferences...] ;) It gives me a kick to look back at it and see my growth.
I'm pretty conventional; often I like sticking to canon esp. in terms of pairings (e.g., I don't generally ship anything in the Narnia fandom, I'm pro-Marius/Cosette in Les Mis and pro-Raoul/Christine in PotO) for the most part. There are rare times when I've found AU very fun if the characterization is still good c:
Like most people, I have a lot of interests, from classics like Dickens and Austen and Hugo to comic books to musicals. I have a few ideas tugging at me now that compelled me back here after a looong hiatus. Work and school can do that to ya. Potential projects in the works are in the realms of:
But beyond that... Why do I write? I tell stories for the sake of pleasure but also for the sake of thought. As Horace said, literature should be sweet and useful. I don't know if anything gets me thinking about God, love, nature, friendship, charity, etc. the way that reading and writing do. Philippians 4:8: "Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report, if there be any virtue and if there be any praise, think on these things."
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