Author has written 3 stories for Harry Potter, Avengers, and Sherlock.
I am a college student from the Netherlands and I recently started my second year of Social Work, which means, less time to read or write. Although I have improved both my reading and writing a lot ever since I started, I still consider myself quite the rookie when it comes to writing fanfiction. Part of this is because I have lost of trouble with expressing myself. I see a little story in my head, but when it comes down to writing it all down and capturing the thoughts and feelings of the characters, I find myself lacking skill. So, I appreciate any feedback you guys give me. Also, I try to read up other fanfictions and see what makes those popular (in writing, not in content, I hate copying others' stuff), to see how I can improve the way I write. If you have any suggestions for me to read, please tell me.
At first I mostly read and wrote Drarry and Snarry, but in the past few months, I have fallen HEADS OVER HEELS in love with both Stony and Johnlock (BBC-Johnlock :P). Currently, I'm thinking up a lot of plots on both of these ships, as well as a little bit of Merlin/Arthur (yeah, BBC :P).
Recently, I started on a couple of RPs together with the great High-Functioning Ginger (who's account you should definitely visit!). We're currently working on three RPs, one Johnlock, one Stony and one Merthur. You can find our RPs on our joint account: http://www.fanfiction.net/u/4422450/
I'm no regular updater, unfortunately, and I am too insecure about both the way I tell stories and the way I think up stories to write novels, so I'll stick to the one-shots for now. Also, I might take a shot on some smutt (won't be able to post it here though) when I feel sure enough.
For now, enjoy what I have so far, check out my favs (yeah, I have a lot of those :)) or visit my tumblr here: http : / / ninotsjka1992 . tumblr . com / (remove spaces).
Nothing good ever came out of religion. I'm not religious. People who believe there is a God always think their God is the best, the mightiest. And they permit themselves all kind of things in name of that religion and their God. It makes them unbelievably arrogant. That's why it's a source of distruction, fighting and, at last, war. I don't believe in religion, I believe in love. I need love. We need love. - Door, 2006