Author has written 46 stories for Thunderbirds, and Supernatural.
May 21, 2018- To the reviewer Guest, You don’t even deserve me to leave your pen name anonymous, but I will because I’m not going to stoop to your level. How dare you! Saying that I made Lucy a whore in my story Fly Away Home is a huge slap to the face. I did NOT make her such an awful person. You ought to be ashamed of yourself, one time flings romantically does not make a person a whore. I took the liberty and deleted your comment. If you don’t like the things I write then DO NOT read ANY of my stories! Just do me a favor and don’t bother! Shame on you!
September 20, 2016 - I'm a college student so posting will be sporadic.
In response to the Guest that commented on my story The Miserable...I don't care if you think my work is dreadful or not. You have no right to tell me that my work is bad if it is not in some form of POSITIVE critique. I am proud of my work and I don't care if I don't have the proper experience as you so quaintly put it. Just because I do not have the experience to write adult chapters doesn't mean I can't allude to it. I don't think all those that write Slash have the experience to write it, but they at least TRY! I don't appreciate and will not accept nor approve negative comments on my stories. If you don't like then don't read. You know who you are and seeing your comment pissed me off to the Nth degree. Keep your NEGATIVE comments to yourself!
About Me: I am 25 years old (September baby).
I suffer from depression, so if I go silent for long periods of time just know I'm working things out and that I'll be back soon.
I tend to be quite shy. Once you get to know me though, it is a bit of a different story.
I have a very dry sense of humor... I write a lot when I'm not doing classes and it's my stress relief.
I lost my hearing in one ear three years ago and writing is my form of expression when I'm not dancing, reading or singing badly.
I have been writing fan-fiction since my best friend introduced me to this site when we were fourteen, but I have since deleted all my old stories because to be honest they were quite atrocious. Not smutty, just poorly written.
I write a lot of hurt/comfort some tragedy stories.
Also, someone needs to get a filter for my brain. I keep coming up with new ideas for stories and I blame it on the music I listen to.
Annabelle and Me - 19 year old Alan Tracy is lonely while attending college in Cambridge, MA. In order to get rid of the loneliness, he makes a decision that will forever change his life. A friend can be found in any human or creature. After rescuing his new little friend, she proves that she too can return the favor tenfold. Warning: references to animal cruelty.
What Cat Got Your Tongue? - 15 year old Alan is still attending Wharton’s school for boys and rooming with his childhood friend Fermat. It is that time of year for colds and flu season. When Alan comes down with what he believes to be a head cold, what’s a boy to do when it gets progressively worse?
Palindrome - (May not be appropriate, got the idea after watching an episode of Law and Order Special Victims Unit) - He was found on the streets unknowingly by his father and brother whom he hasn't seen since he was kidnapped at age 13. Three years have passed since his disappearance, and his family went to the same location he had last been seen on a family vacation.
Spirited Away - Alter movie-verse – What would have happened if Tin-Tin hadn't utilized her abilities and instead of rescuing Alan from the Hood, the both of them were taken prisoner by the mad man? Can Alan and Tin-Tin be recovered or are they gone forever? Not following exact story line of 2004 movie, some aspects have been changed to suit the plot line.
Fight For Survival - (Title subject to change) - A week-long wilderness excursion for a select group from Wharton’s boy’s school was meant to be fun and educational. However after a string of events, it becomes a fight for survival and evasion. For Alan and two others, they will have to learn to trust each other during times of great stress. Ties are tested and boundaries are pushed, but for these three boys it is simply a fight to stay alive.
Metropolis - In a world where technology reigns supreme, how far will one go to get back someone lost through no fault of their own?
Rising From The Ashes - Sequel to Escape From Hell Fire - A continuation from the story “Escape From Hell Fire’ Alan and Fermat are still recovering from the fire that destroyed Wharton’s Academy for Boys. Like a phoenix can these boys rise from the ashes and overcome the obstacles that they face?
Rite of Passage - May post, kind of an awkward story - Follow Alan as he experiences the wonderful world of growing into an adolescent young man. Rated T for possible adult scenarios and language.
Discovery - (Title subject to change) - Alan Shepard Tracy is a senior while attending the prestigious Wharton’s Boys Academy. When opportunity arises for him to make his place in the world, he fully immerses himself in it. A local church mission makes the offer to take a group of students to Nicaragua to work with the locals in leadership and Alan becomes an ambassador for his school.
THE FOLLOWING STORIES LISTED BELOW CURRENTLY DO NOT HAVE A SUMMARY - ALSO I MAY OR MAY NOT POST THEM
Down the Rabbit Hole and Back Again -
Fevers and Fairy-tales -
Nuclear Diaries - (Title subject to change) -
In Confidence - (Title subject to change) -
Gazing Out The Jet Window - (Title subject to change) -
Ba-Ba Black Sheep - (Title subject to change) -
Melody and I - (Sequel to Annabelle and Me) -