Author has written 16 stories for Dark-Hunter series, and Harry Potter.
I love fanfiction, I've been writing on this site now for around seven years but I'm such a procrastinator that I do not update and manage my fics half as much as I should. Having said that I do have a few fics already posted, some not finished and others just very old. I'm not proud of all my fics but I keep them here to look back and see changes in my writing style or to learn from mistakes which, if you see the comment below, you will know I make a lot of those.
To be honest I only made it to that many fics because of my friend, Dark-Phantom-Rose who inspires me in everything.
Okay, I have to apologise to the readers of all my fanfics. I swear to you I am not illiterate or stupid, I'm just lazy and forgetful. I don't proof read my work before I post it and then I re-read after I've posted it (I know, makes a shit load of sense that, eh?) and see all the typos and incorrect grammar and the missing letters in words. I completely apologise for that and will try my hardest to remember to proof read and spell check before I post. Thanks for continuing to read my appalling work. :)
NOTE: As you can see from reading my work that although I try to keep as true to SK's DH/WH world as possible, some of my fanfics were written before the latest releases and therefore may not follow some of the story lines exactly.
Disclaimer: I own none of the characters, ideas or works in my fanfictions. They are all down to the genius's that created them, I praise them all!
'Spoils go to the victor, not to those who don't even turn up for the battle' Ash, Night Play.
'Knights had no meaning in this game. It wasn't a game for knights.' Phillip Marlowe, The Big Sleep.
'Tell of someone who loved not wisely but too well.' Shakespeare, Othello.
'You taught me language, and my profit on't is I know how to curse.' Shakespeare, Caliban, The Tempest
'This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
'The books the world call immoral are books that show the world its own shame' The Picture of Dorian Gray
'It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors' Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray
'The nineteenth-century dislike of Realism is Caliban seeing his own face in a glass. The nineteenth-century dislike of Romanticism is Caliban not seeing his own face in a glass.' Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray