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Author has written 10 stories for Twilight.
-Story recaps. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Isle Esme II have turned into jokes, but I keep them around as a sort of diary from my younger years (and because maybe I'm just a little proud they were my first ones). The King's Mistress; well, maybe I'll actually edit that for ya'll someday, thank you for your support on it. I don't know why you love it, but it makes me day. Sincerely, Sergeant Masen could also use a good edit and that's a potential project for me to clean up some things.
The Living Will is something I am massively proud of and thoroughly enjoyed following those characters along their journey and major thanks to the readers that stuck by with that. Unsteady is shaping up to be a really fun story, and you'll definitely see major changes in my writing style and the narratives than TKM and SSM, stay tuned for biweekly updates with that one.
Unsteady was tremendously fun to write. I love writing strong, intelligent Bellas - it was fun to write an Edward who was a bit more surly. My only regret is not titling it Cullen Consulting.
The Whisky Distiller's Wife is a love letter to the Scottish Highlands and to the notion that we can always choose what life we want to live.
"Sometimes in life you must choose between what is right and what is easy." -Albus Dumbledore
"You don't get very far in life without having to be brave an awful lot. Because we all have our frightening moments and difficult trials and we have much of a choice but to get through them and it takes a lot of bravery to do that. The most important thing about bravery is this -it's not about being scared- it's about being scared and doing it anyway - thats bravery. "Ysabella Brave
"Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." John Wooden