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Poll: I want to add on to the story Not As Opposite As We Thought. I have a few ideas for the next story in that particular world. Which one would you prefer I do first ? Vote Now!
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Joined 07-13-08, id: 1633389, Profile Updated: 06-06-13
Author has written 2 stories for Twilight.

Hey. I-read-and-judge here. It's been a really long time since I've read/written anything here, but I thought I might as well acknowledge the fact that this account is inactive, since it has effectively been so for over three years. Still, I welcome and respond to reviews.

Here's some info on my stories.

Vitality: This started when I began to think. Bella survived a vampiric pregnancy because she had a vampire true love and his father doctor to help her out. And Nahuel's mother knew at least something of vampires, her village had some legends. But what would happen if a girl who knew strictly nothing about the secret world got dragged into it by carrying a half-breed child? So I thought up Amanda, and made her a down-to-earth girl. The last one who'd expect to get pregnant, least of all by a vampire. Then I started thinking about what she would do, because, let's face it, the stories already up somehow manage to avoid the problem. I would bet that this is the only story where the girl wasn't somehow rescued by her vampire lover, given a magical sword (I seriously read that one once), or somehow managed to get turned simply because she was having vampire kids (as if we didn't all know that it doesn't work like that). It's by far the less popular of my stories, so if you're reading Not As Opposite As We Thought and have gone to this page out of boredom, try this story. It's definitely different, but if you like one, you'll probably like the other. Kind of complete, more abandoned.

Not As Opposite As We Thought: I couldn't think of a better title (sensing a pattern here?). I promise the story's better. This story started when I was reading Breaking Dawn and realized how sweet Seth is and how he really does deserve someone. And then I made up Haley, who's got a rather singular outlook on life and an insane love of books (I let her borrow mine). I let them meet, let the chemistry flow, and then sat back and thought to myself, This is going exactly nowhere. So then I had to put on my thinking cap and consult some of my Twilight crazy friends, and then came up with an actual plotline. This includes awkward conversations, an obnoxious waitress, a friendship with our favorite little half-breed, and some Volturi. Now complete

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Vitality reviews
I screamed. Was normal childbirth as painful as this? I didn't know, never would know. I was dying, being ripped apart from the inside, and there was nothing I could do to stop it. This was my own unborn child doing this to me. My Vitality.
Twilight - Rated: T - English - Supernatural - Chapters: 12 - Words: 24,365 - Reviews: 39 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 10 - Updated: 10/6/2009 - Published: 1/15/2009
Not as Opposite as We Thought reviews
Meet Haley, the spunky bookworm who moved to Forks. She never interested a boy before so why is that insanely tall Quileute guy staring at her? What will she make of life now that it seems like she's stepped inside one of her books? Seth/o.c.
Twilight - Rated: T - English - Romance/Supernatural - Chapters: 19 - Words: 49,172 - Reviews: 211 - Favs: 176 - Follows: 90 - Updated: 6/15/2009 - Published: 12/26/2008 - Seth - Complete