Author has written 57 stories for House, M.D., and Left 4 Dead.
Hey, guys. As you may have noticed from our lack of updates, we've sort of stumbled away from writing House fanfiction. Life, love and literary excellence has gotten in the way! If you are just now coming across these stories, it's okay for you to laugh... some of them, arguably most, are fairly young in both intended audience and writing style. If you are a fan, I (Hadley) and my compatriot Marie would like to say... THANKS! We love you. We would also like to say this: we are not finished. We have a new account featuring more sophisticated prose and if you would like any information about that account, our future writing or just us, PM us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two of us. Plural. And we write stories in different ways. Some co-authored, some individual. One Bloody Koala will be referred to as Hadley. Aka Remy Hadley. Or 13. The other will be called Marie. Got that?
We actually love Australian marsupials. They are insanely adorable. Koalas are very cute and we wish them no harm.
We will write in the author's note who authored what. But since our first 3 posts had no identification, we will clarify.
1. Hadley wrote 'True Colors'.
2. Marie wrote 'If Whiteboards could Talk'.
3. Hadley wrote 'Sleepytime at PPTH'.
Got it? Good. Now, if you're not to busy/haven't already stoped reading this, please adjourn your eyes to the following informative text. (Note: We enjoy big words!)
We both adore House, M.D., along with some other equally-unhealthy addictions, such as Criminal Minds + pie for Marie and fan-collecting + nerdily studying her Atlas of the Human Body for Hadley. And of course, writing.
We live in New York (the state, not the city). Hadley is a New Hampshire-born whose heritage hovers somewhere over Aberdare, Wales, and Marie's family is German and she's darn proud of it (don't you forget it!).
I like watching Criminal Minds, as said above. Pie is good, very good. Guitar Hero is fun. I'm ten times better than Hadley is. (Hadley: It's true. Sad but true.)
H: Marie has a rare disease called Posting Syndrome. It occurs during and after the process of writing, and will continue from the posting process throughout the fiction's life. Sad thing, this syndrome. However, it is treatable, with thorough usage of medicinal dramas and crime shows. And wacky British humour, like 'Fry and Laurie' and 'Monty Python'. This alleged "medicine" can also be used for non-medical purposes.
Riiight. I'll delete that later, Hadley. You just watch. -evil smile-