Author has written 7 stories for Twilight.
"Every Edward loves his Bella; in any universe." --Died and Gone to Heaven
Formerly ihatejacob1-- I still hate Jacob, but after having the stipend for four years, I decided to make a change. I'm starting fresh!
MissThespian: along with writing, theatre/drama is my passion. Actors and those involved in theatre are often called Thespians, after Thespus, a Greek who is said to be the first person in history to break free of the Chorus and speak alone.
My beta is rizzyg2--without her my stories are like, nerds without braces, shoes without laces, sentenceswithoutspaces.
Writing is my passion, and I hope you enjoy my stories. Reviews are much appreciated, and thank you.
A little bit about myself: I live in the United States, Texas to be exact (Yee-Haw). I've been a member since 2008, but I've been reading fanfiction since about 2006. Along with Twilight, I love Phantom of the Opera Jekyll and Hyde, Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, Sweeney Todd (and others but those are the main five musicals I adore). My favorite straight play is the The Crucible by Arthur Miller, and I love all of Shakespeare's comedies, and most of his tragedies. I used to dabble a bit in watching anime, my favorites being Inuyasha, Ouran High School Host Club, and Avatar: The Last Airbender (Avatar is considered anime right?) but I don't do it so much anymore. I have too many books I love, but the I like Wuthering Heights, Edgar Allen Poe, and a bunch of sappy romance novels. I have a soft spot of sci-fi. I spend my free time watching free horror movies On Demand. I wish I could play piano. My favorite movie of all time (besides Phantom of the Opera) is 21 Jump Street (wiith Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum). If anything I've listed above matches with your interests, and you want to discuss it (aka fangirl squeal out with me) feel free to shoot me a PM.
Regarding all the Edwards in the Ward universe...
I'm quite fond of:
Savageward: How can you not love him? He is, typically, feral, completely innocent, sweet, and has that irresistable wild edge to him! I approve.
A Good Amount of Darkward: Obsessive/Possessive Edward is so awesome :) It adds an good does of fear and a sharp edge to a good romance. I approve.
Geekward: Ah! I loves me some Geekward :) he's so sweet and genuine. Most times I just want to give him a big hug! It's a nice contrast to the usual brooding, Edward (though I love him too). I approve.
WindowWard: Who, according to a certain best friend of mine, makes windows for a living. I approve.
Alienward: A one of a kind. I read a story where Edward and the Cullens just so happened to be aliens, and Bella was an astronaut. It sounds like it would suck right? It doesn't. It was amazing. It's no longer on ffnet, so if you want the link you can PM me. I approve.
Vikingward: I thought I would hate it, but as it turns out, I love him! I approve.
Amishward: He is one of my favorites. He is often times pure, and innocent, and kind. I approve.
Phantomward: Who just so happens to be my favorite :D I love Phantom of the Opera, and Twilight, so combining these two loves is like Nirvana for me. I most definitely approve.
I do not like:
Princeward: Eh. I typically don't like him too much; he's mostly arrogant and predictable. I don't hate him, but he tends to annoy me.
Domward: I'm not too much into BDSM stories. In fact, I pretty much have no interest in them at all (with the exception of Subward).
Too Much Darkward: Too much Darkward can be overbearing and suffocating. Rape, abuse, and unwanted possessiveness turns me off.
Manwhoreward/Playerward: I find something very endearing and special about Edward being a virgin (or at least, very inexperienced); that's one of the things I like about the series. I find these story sully that which is so precious. I find value in waiting for marriage.
Tatward: Too much "tattage" is obnoxious and becomes gross in old age. I find nothing sexy about it.
Mafiaward: He was interesting the first time I read of him-- but then I got the feeling that he was being overused.
In the event that you cannot find a story you have seen before, chances are it's deleted. Here is a list of stories I have recently thrown out due to age, lack of quality, or lack of inspiration:
-Tangled Up In Him
-Once Upon Another Time (There's actually a reason not listed above-- I'm not quite sure I'm ready to explore the subject matter yet. I have to do some introspective analysis before I can continue)
-Parodies of Fanfiction Cliches (The story is a cliche in of itself)
-Eye of the Predator
-Leah's Rage (Because I don't even like Leah. I don't know why I wrote that story about her)
-Killing Me Softly (Because every time I read it, I die a little inside)
If you want to read them, contact me and I will be happy to send the story to you via a word document if I still have it. But these stories are mostly duds, so chances are the need for it will not arise.
My most recent story-- I think it's pretty good. A little different from what I usually write, but why stick with the norm? I really enjoyed exploring a more timid Edward, and a more badass Bella with a rough past. I enjoyed the opportunity to really explore Jasper most I think, since I'd never really gotten in with the nitty gritty with him before. I think this story is something different and has a liittle bit of everything for everyone.
If you happen to stumble across this little treasure, and you decide to clean your glasses and actually read the words, and discover the worthless piece of crap that it is-- don't kill me for it. I wrote it when I was 12--13. I can't even look at that story anymore, and I certainly won't blame you if you can't either. In fact, the only thing keeping me from throwing it into a bonfire and dancing around it like I'm Jacob, is that it IS my first real, finished fanfiction, and some part of me thinks my first attempt at writing was sort of cute. Kind of like Bambi trying to stand for the first time-- adorable, but a horrible failure.
One for Sorrow, Two for Joy:
This story took a whole year to finish and it still is pretty...well, eh. There's a sort of reason. The Wall happened. The spirit really took me on that one (well more like tackled me to the freaking ground, but we'll get to that). Anyway it's there!
Oh, Mai GAWTH:
Has anyone heard of "Twila, the gurl who wuz in luv wif a vampir"? Thiis is my parody of all the whiny, teen angst riddled fanfictions out there in the Twilightverse. I've gotten lots of flack for this story, but it makes me lol. That means it served its purpose. Edit: I changed the name because I felt like being obnoxious.
One Missed Call:
That horror movie "One Missed Call"-- heard of it? Yes? Good. This is the Twilight version.
My beautiful pride and joy! This, is honestly, the best piece of literary work (in my opinion) that I have ever given birth to :P it's not exactly a flaming, hot romance, but I've always loved the idea of a post-apocolyptic world. The idea of seperating the two genders, is such a simple idea. It's one of those errant thoughts that just came to me in that world between awareness and sleep, while I was lying in bed at three in the morning. It seemed so stupid, and obvious, that at first I ignored it. But then, I couldn't stop toying with the idea, so I wrote it all down. Thus, The Wall was born!
You Are My Sunshine:
A one-shot. A JacobxBella one-shot. Kind of contradictory, huh? I know. I thought the same thing. But, then I decided that, in time, it could possibly blossom into an EdwardxBella hurt/comfort fic. (But, I'm not really into angst, so I wouldn't have the heart to pursue that kind of plot).
This is the link to a banner I made for the story My Little Lolita by: thelemonobsession