Author has written 12 stories for Twilight, Avengers, and Arrow.
Hello, and welcome to my profile.
I'm guessing you want to know a little about myself? Well I'm female and currently at uni. I've always loved to read, and that branched out to writing. I love many books, too many to mention. My nerdy side is in love with Doctor Who, action side with The Avengers and my comedic side just likes to read Discworld books and laugh.
So, yeah, that's me in...four sentences. I hope that satisfies your curiosity.
I don't write here as much as I used to, but I have a FictionPress account that I also rarely write on, under the same name.
P.S. If you are interested in well written, complete stories, look at my favourites list. Every story is in there for some reason.
Priorities is my continuation of Arrow, season one.
Consequences is a companion piece to Priorities, can be read alone, but does continue a month after the events of Priorities. Thinking of a third story in this universe, but we'll see how I go.
What You Should Remember is my first story after a big break from FanFiction - I rediscovered my writing with The Avengers (movie). This one is one possible way of Natasha and Pepper becoming friends at the expense of Tony.
Friendly Fire is a look at how Natasha handles getting hurt by her friends in a series of accidents and misunderstandings.
The Company You Keep is the another of my Avengers stories. Just how I pictured Natasha and Bruce forming a friendship.
The Early Years:
Scar for me is my first big story and is more of a practice at writing than an epic story that changes lives. Not highly intellectual stuff, but its easy on the brain and is mostly light fluff.
Friendly Competition is my direct rebellion against the bet cliche. You know those stories where boy meets girl (or vise versa), boy enters a bet to win the girl, girl and boy fall in love, girl finds out about the bet and leaves, boy is heartbroken and learns his lesson, winning back the girl in the process, etc? Well my story is not like that.
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