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Author has written 8 stories for Danny Phantom, and Doctor Who.
Yo. I'm Carrie. Danny Phantom fandom historian, artist, and writer. I'm the primary mod for dannyphantomrenaissance on tumblr and I'm an aspiring...animator? Writer? Storyteller? Storyteller. That's right, I think.
Welcome to my archive of old and bad fanfiction, with some new stuff mixed in!
I haven't really been active since 2011, and in the time I've been out I've gained a few skills. I'm multilingual, holding down three jobs, and going to school full time. Despite how my older stories make me want to blow up the internet, I miss writing and I miss being lost in the world of Danny Phantom - the only fandom that has ever activated my imagination with an energetic and endless kind of fervor.
I have a lot of unfinished stories. If I lose energy for something, I get stressed out about not finishing it. That stress drives me away from writing. I'm here to have fun and enjoy what I'm doing, not lose my soul to something I lose my drive for. But if you particularly liked something and need to know how I'd end it, ask in a PM or a review, and I'll post (publicly or privately) another chapter that's a short synopsis of what would happen next.
Because I've abandoned many stories, I'm now the slowest writer I've ever known - but you will not see that. Why? I'm finishing my work before I ever post it. It's long, grueling work, but I find that without the stress of "people waiting" I don't drop the story! On top of that, the desire to show off my work, get reviews, have an ego moment drives me to keep going. I may work on something for a year or more before I start updating, but rest assured those updates will be consistent and the story will be completed. I love this fandom, I love this story, and I'm going to write about it for as long as that love continues.