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Author has written 56 stories for Little Shop of Horrors, Misc. Cartoons, Nightmare Before Christmas, Into the Woods, RENT, Wicked, Pokémon, 9, Shakespeare, Happy Feet, Kimba the White Lion, Bambi, and Five Nights at Freddy´s.
Hello, fellow fanfiction reader/writer! I’m S. Snowflake, A.K.A. DupleSnowflake (from deviantart) or Laura. You can call me any of these things, but brownie points if you call me Snow. I like that best. I’m an eccentric 20-something gal from the Bay Area, California who likes to tell stories and make things.
I’m very busy and fanfiction is less of a job for me than a hobby, so don’t expect me to get back to you right away through here. Like, seriously, give me a couple of months–I’m that busy. Please don’t ask for me to be your beta reader unless I announce that suddenly I’ve won the lottery and can just read fanfiction for the rest of my life. I also don’t usually respond well to people who request me to read and review their work… especially when I haven’t had my coffee and am going through several months’ worth of emails. If your work is good, people WILL find it and talk to you about it! Then again, the same is true for the flip side… I don’t review for people who don’t spell-check, all right? Requests and prompts will be politely ignored as well.
If you need to talk to me for any reason sooner than two months' time (like you want to commission me or just want to nerd out about the movies and plays we both love) please try one of the following methods:
1. Send me a note or comment on deviantart. This is my page: duplesnowflake.deviantart.com
2. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s faster than the email I use for this account.
3. Write for Little Shop of Horrors. I check this archive frequently, even when I don’t log in.
More About Me:
Without revealing too much, I work at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk at Broken Board Airbrush. It’s not the most stable job, but a fun one. Plus I get to use cool air guns all day! My dream job is to make a living off writing and illustrating, but I very likely have the family curse of becoming a teacher… apparently I’m good at it. Aside from writing and drawing, I like to learn new stuff, sing, take care of animals, and garden. Making balance for all those interests is the hard part. I’m crazy about animation and Broadway musicals, so that’s where a lot of my fandoms come in.
More About My Writing:
I’m a “No Child Left Behind” generation kid, which means I had to learn writing almost all on my own up until college. That’s why my pre-2010 work is pretty laughable. If you can get a good sense of humor about it, maybe you’ll like it more than I do now… Anyway, I started out at the tender age of fourteen on the Pumpkin Patch writing The Nightmare Before Christmas fanfiction. I came to this site the following year with Little Shop of Horrors fics and have never really stopped, just slowed down. Here are some preferences you’ll note about my work:
1. I don’t usually write sexually-charged mature fics, especially not for family-friendly fandoms. I’ve occasionally been surprised by others’ works but Rule 34 is just not my thing.
2. I tend to stick with canon ships. It’s cool if you don’t and can write a good story that gets me into a non-canon one though.
3. I’m not a crossover gal. The only exceptions are parodies.
4. I don’t like writing OC-centric fics, at least not anymore. I feel like I’m inserting myself a little too much.
1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
This is my favorite movie ever and the first fandom I was ever a part of. My dream is to improve that abomination of a sequel Oogie’s Revenge, but it’s really hard to polish a turd like that. My sister has tried with her Halloween Town blog and I’ve written some scratches down, but OR still haunts me… Also, I founded the Sally the Rag Doll fan club on deviantart. Join if you like.
Halloween Town (my sister’s tumblr):
2. Little Shop of Horrors –the musical versions
It seems like every time I call it quits on this fandom, I get drawn right back in. While the play is definitely more complete and overall better than the movie, most of my fics take place after the happy ending. Sorry, but I think all of us can relate to wanting your OTP to live, and Seymour and Audrey are definitely that to me. I might go away for a while, but I always come back to this.
Little Shop Fans on DA (I founded this too):
This is my favorite franchise by far. I don’t have the time or money to play the games anymore, but I try to catch new episodes when I can. The show looks GORGEOUS now! These days I spend my time making and appreciating fanart and some people on here write great stories about a grown-up Ash that will never happen in the actual series. Pokéshipping, forever!
4. Shane Acker’s 9
I wrote and drew a lot for this movie once. I think I was just really into the animation and message because, honestly, the movie has a lot of story and character problems. Kudos if you like my work though.
5. Happy Feet
Forget Moulin Rouge, THIS is the best jukebox musical ever made! You can’t beat beautifully animated penguins singing and dancing to 70s classics while throwing heavy social commentary at you. The sequel looks better than the original and has its moments too, so I wrote a lot for that too. Maybe I’ll think of something more to write about this in the future.
More than 9, this is the fandom I question my past self’s taste over. There are a lot of things to like about this musical. It’s modern, it’s got some great gay characters, and some beautiful messages. However, the music is not very catchy, it’s got some stereotypical characters, and spouts some terrible messages. It also reminds me of a time when I thought I was so rebellious and said some terrible things… I miss you, dad. So yeah. I don’t write for this one anymore.
7. The Lion King
It’s hard to write for near-perfect movies. It’s even harder to write for perfect Broadway musicals. So I don’t. The sequels are a little more flawed, so maybe I’ll write something for them someday.
8. Kimba the White Lion / Jungle Emperor Leo
What? Someone who likes Kimba and TLK?! Yes, it’s possible, and no, I don’t think TLK ripped this classic manga/series off. It’s beautiful for very different reasons than TLK. I mean, talk about a tragic and epic tale! Check out the 1992 symphonic poem, 1996 movie, and 1989 series to get a taste of what I mean and decide for yourself if this was ripped off.
9. Into the Woods
It’s hard to write for perfection, yet I’ve tried once or twice. Think Shrek with more death and social commentary and you have this musical. If you’re holding back on watching the Disney movie, check it out. I was pleasantly surprised by it.
10. Five Nights at Freddy’s
What’s terrifying, hilarious, and surprisingly deep (besides Little Shop)? These games! Since I’ve already started drawing fanart, it’s only a matter of time before fanfictions start cropping up, but I’ll probably wait until the Final Chapter is released. I can’t wait to sink my teeth, Bite of ‘87 style, into writing it!
11. Wicked – the musical
I’ve only written one fic for this musical, but I love reading others’ work for it. It’s a great show that anyone who’s seen The Wizard of Oz can enjoy.
12. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
I’m avoiding this fandom thanks to all the creeps out there. No offense to you, if you’re in it and not a creep. A lot of people aren’t. It’s just sad that a great family show has been ruined for me by a vocal minority of creeps so that I’m now less inclined to write for it than I once was.
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