Author has written 7 stories for Twilight, and Saw.
I'm Julia, a big city girl, stuck in a corrupt suburb of Cleveland, and I am starting to become terrified of the future. I am 17 years young, getting ready for college, and rethinking my plan of ten years. Writing is a hobby of mine, not a profession. As I'm writing this, I'm listening to The Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony" and I am making this very bittersweet. You could say I'm addicted to smoothies. They're my form of crack cocaine. I'm half Lebanese, but you'd never be able to guess by looking at me - I got my Dad's German-ness. I come from a very political and military family, serving from the Civil War to cruising on a ship in the Navy in the '80s. Music is a huge obsession in my life. I'm into crime shows (Criminal Minds is my favorite) and horror movies. Facebook is my homepage, tell me you're from FF.net and I may add you.
Note: Let's Play A Game is currently rated M for violence and language. It is wise that you're 16 years or older to read the story.
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Disclaimer for all stories; I don't own anything created by Stephenie Meyer or the creators of Saw/anything else I mention. No copyright infringement intended.
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Running Up That Hill - Loosely based off of the song Running Up That Hill by Placebo, originally sung by Kate Bush. This is an all-human story, starring Edward and Emmett Cullen as FBI CTU agents, anesthesiologist in peril, Bella Swan-Cullen, and a BMW manufacturer also in peril, Rosalie Hale. On a humanity mission down to La Paz, Bolivia, Bella Cullen finds herself in a life or death situation with new friend, Rosalie. It is the United States Counterterrorism Unit to help save these tourists from the conflicts of other nations. And Edward Cullen will do anything to find his wife. Anything. Violence, language, and mild sexual content. Rated T, possibly M for uncomfortable situations. No rape or extreme torture., , , .
Cadence of a Mesocyclone - Due to the failure of my previous tornado chasing fic, I decided to bring my passion back to this world. This all-human story stars Edward Cullen and Jasper Hale as tornado hunters working for the National Weather Service in Chicago, Illinois, and Bella Swan and Alice Brandon as waitresses working at a tiny diner in the small town of Valley Brook, Oklahoma. When the NWS gets wind of an outbreak in the making, Edward and Jasper are sent to Oklahoma to gather as much information as they can find. After a devastating encounter with the force of nature they're chasing, the two men wind up in the diner where Alice and Bella are working. Over their time in the internationally known Tornado Alley, it seems like these four adults keep running into each other. Nature is always so unpredictable. Rated T. Takes place in 1999, during the actual Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak., , , .
Nursery Rhyme of Another Summer - Based off of the song Comptine d'un Autre Ete (Nursery Rhyme of Another Summer in French), this story casts all of the characters of the main books. Edward and Bella Cullen are living the life with their friends Jasper and Alice Hale, Emmett Cullen, and Rosalie Hale. They have a little boy named Logan, and Edward is finally getting closer to being a neurosurgeon, a job in which he's always dreamed of having. Things go terribly wrong when Bella goes into labor a month before her due date. Their little girl Keira was born with a muscular dystrophy called Werdnig-Hoffman's Disease. This is a story of strength, family, love, and loss. It goes through the lives of the Cullens while fighting with the disease that attacks the life of their little girl. NRoAS is inspired by my actual cousin who had the disease. Rated T for sexual content, language, and difficult situations., , , , , , , , , .
Two Suns In The Sunset - Based off the song by Pink Floyd. Edward Cullen: brainiac, reclusive, passionate, ambitious...lethal. At a time of political, military, and economic competition, secrets, lies, death, and races, Edward is recruited into the country's newest organization. An organization that sends shivers down anyone's spine: the CIA. Being the youngest spy on the team doesn't lessen the fear, and being put in Soviet Russia makes it worse. As Edward's on a mission to search for clues that could make or break the United States, he discovers more than nuclear weapons when he meets freelance journalist, Bella Swan.
No, Chemistry of Evanescence has not been abandoned. I'm working my hardest to write it. PM me with which one you'd like to see first.
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