Author has written 7 stories for Twilight.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to Ninapolitan for the DILF judge's award for "Nina's choice for going against everything I say I won't read by secretly loved every second of it" for my one-shot, The Hummer.
Also, KnittyKitty, my amazing beta, made me the most wonderific banner ever for The Hummer. I've linked to it on my blog - go there and click on the pretty, pretty picture of MY Carlisle to take you to the banner. Blog is at . Or you can go directly to the banner at:
ORIGINAL POST 1/21/09:
I'm oh-so-very new to Fanfic, but I couldn't get over the Twilight series when it ended. Reading it the second time through didn't seem to satiate me, either! When I found Midnight Sun on Stephanie Meyer's web page, I thought my salvation had arrived! I quickly realized it was the most brilliant thing I'd read thus far and that it was what was missing to make my Twilight experience whole and complete, only to be left broken hearted about the fact that not only did she not finish it (which I totally understand, by the way, I would've been crushed if someone had betrayed my trust like that!), but that she stopped BEFORE the meadow scene. I mean, I think after all these years of telling men the concept of blue balls is totally and completely something invented by men to get women to not be teases, I think I may have been wrong.
HOLY TWILIGHT BLUE BALLS!
Anyway, when I found out about the existence of fanfic two weeks after finishing the series the second time, I thought I'd been saved! Finally, people who were just as addicted as I was who were looking for MORE! Yay! So, after reading a few, I wrote my first short "Eve of Forever". It was so cathartic. I hope it makes someone else's day! I can't wait for the first reviews!
So, quick bit about me: corporate professional, creative-type, in love with my husband and my horse (usually in that order!), musician (cello, singing), 26 weeks pregnant with second trimester hormones a-blazin'. My husband thinks that I've been replaced by a pod person, and keeps asking me where I've hidden the pod. I don't think it's all the hormones - I think it's a combo of finding Twilight after years of not having my emotional sensuality tested AND the hormones. I mean, hell, the first three books are like 1500 pages of foreplay, and then you get to Breaking Dawn and the chapter ENDS without any details of their wedding night. That's enough to push anyone into taking advantage of their significant other three times in one day, isn't it?
OH, by the way, is it wrong that since the first book I've been calling my husband by his middle name in bed? It's not MY fault his parents made his middle name Edward... (I'm kidding, really. I joke about it with him all the time, though, and threaten to do it!) He also thinks I'm going to secretly name my snoogle Edward...or the baby, if it turns out to be a boy. I've not even SUGGESTED either of these two things, but I love the fact that he's attuned to my addiction enough to make the assumptions! ;)