Author has written 19 stories for Twilight, and Once Upon a Time.
The names Cherolyn. That's pronounced cher-oh-lyn.
“What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” — Albert Pine
I suppose a bit of biography would be proper, although I must admit I'm terrible at talking about myself. I fell in love with the Twilight saga after my best friend forced me to read the first novel before watching the movie. She was sweet enough to let me borrow every book, and sweet enough not to be upset that I kept them for a whole month before being gifted with my own set.
I stumbled into the world of fanfiction after reading Twilight. I was more in love (at the time) with Alice and Jasper, and therefore wanted to know if there was a separate entry from Alice's point of view of the vision she saw at the hotel. I found multiple fics that did not satiate me, and therefore my entry into the world of fanfic began.
I never posted my first attempt at fanfiction, and unfortunately the computer it was saved on went to electronic heaven two years ago. But from that moment on, Stephenie Meyer's characters spoke inside my head, with different stories in different universes. The writing bug has taken over my life, and I'm honestly grateful. I've tried to write multiple original stories and have yet to finish my own novel, but I'll give myself time. You can't rush a story, and characters don't always speak at the best of times.
As for Twilight, it's brought so much into my life. I've met multiple people who I couldn't see my life without. I've attended four out of the five premiere's (two with my late father, that will forever bring me unforgettable memories), met the actors in person, and become a much more secure person. I've met Stephenie Meyer, and she's opened my eyes to the life of a writer. We've both agreed that writing is a process, and though it may be tiring, it's too fulfilling to ever imagining going a day without it.
With Twilight's helping hand, I've fallen into the world of graphic art and hope to someday make a career out of it. But writing will never be second in my life. I'm a writer, it runs in my blood. One day I hope to write a novel, whether it be published or not. I have many stories that need to be told, and nothing will stop me from being each characters helping hand.