Author has written 4 stories for Twilight.
Okay, guys: here's the scoop.
I have been a member of Fanfic.net for quite some time, I think near 2 and a half years or something like that. I, at first, just read Fanfic, then decided to try to write. The first story that I wrote, St. Catherine's, sort of disgusts me. Thank you for all of the love on its originality, I agree with you on that front. Its grammar and plot leave something to be desired, though. Some things are erratic and/or unnecessary or, let's face it, downright poorly written.
Then I read some of The Agilests again for the first time in a while and was a little bit more appeased. It was obviously just another Fanfic with a slightly different plotline, with apparent mistakes and whatnot.
Then I got to Grapevines. DISASTER. I mean JESUS, did I not know the difference between "then" and "than"?! Or how to use a semicolon!? As I read the story again, trying to pick up where I left off, I was like "seriously?" Grapvines might have to die. St. Catherine's might have to die. I seriously want to rewrite the latter, but Grapevines might be a permanent deletion. What do you think, reviewers? How did you get past all of my errors to be able to enjoy it?? I would have flamed someone else if they had written that garbage.
To prove to myself that I can, in fact, write SOMETHING, I started a few new projects, A Love of Deception one of them. I am editing it before I post it. I am planning out the plot instead of just writing willy nilly.
What a thought.
So, let me hear your feedback, people.