Author has written 4 stories for X-Men: Evolution, Star Trek: 2009, X-Men: The Movie, and Supernatural.
Squee! Welcome to this little corner of ff.net! Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate your company.
What? You want to know about me? Silly. You don't know if anything I say is true, now do you?
After all, we work on the honor system.
My name? Starts with a fun curvy letter, has two of the same, and it's five letters long. If you guess, you get a cookie. (=
My age? Well. Old enough, I guess.
My looks? Well, I'm a girl, but my mistaken-for-a-guy count is around...25-ish. I blame my short hair.
My likes? I like lots of things. Lots and lots of things. So many that I'd have to break it down into categories, but that's boring, so lets say I like manga (a few), some anime (even fewer), reading (lots and lots and lots and lots...), and writing.
My dislikes? Yikes. Catch me on a bad day and I hate everything. So...stuff. You know.
Want some random facts? I'll give you five. 1-I enjoy making people think I'm a boy so I can laugh at their expressions when I tell them I'm a girl. 2-I'm a sucker for Disney soundtracks. 3-Going to the dentist invariably ends up with me in tears. 4-I'm absolutely terrified of posting anything on here, because of how sensitive people are about their fandoms. 5-I'm a really really really huge dork. CX
My stories? Well, here's the down-lo.
Winds of Change: X-Men: Evolution. Things go a little crazy when the trickster boy Loki discovers his ability to manipulate the wind and gets caught lifting mid-term answer sheets (though maybe not in that order... -wink wink-). He's sent to Xavier's because his mom is off with someone else after the divorce and his dad is a mutant-hater, who disowns him upon learning the wonderful news. In Loki's POV, the series, with some creative differences. I think.
Islanded in a Stream of Stars: X-Men: The Movie. Sequel to Winds of Change. Loki is plopped into a whole, healthy body in a completely different universe. Now he has to deal with the people he's grown up with older and jaded; throw in Magneto and a possible cure for mutantism, what madness will unfold?
Wish: Star Trek. On Earth, Jim's family is murdered and he is left to fend for himself. By no small amount of luck he ends up on a shuttle bound for Vulcan, where he manages to convince Sarek to take him in. Chaos ensues. How will the movie change from the childhood antics between Jim and Spock?
Someday I'll go through Wish and do a little shining. For now, I'm just reveling in the fact I finished it.