Author has written 18 stories for Recess, Harry Potter, Avatar: Last Airbender, Gone, and Chronicles of Ancient Darkness.
Well, I'm obviously brunette.
I've often come across FF.net profiles on which authors claim to be unpopular, quirky and misunderstood. They say that they "live" in the world of fanfiction, and despise the "mainstream" world of cheerleaders, so-called jocks, Friday night parties and an excess of money. I don't understand why one absolutely has to be all alternative and "different" to be able to appreciate good writing. It's a load of bollocks.
I'm mainstream. I'm a cheerleader, I attend parties, and I'm probably something of a spoilt brat. But I'm also an academic, and I take English Literature A-levels as an extracurricular because I enjoy the world of literature so much. I'm mainstream, and I'm a complete nerd, too. So I reckon that it is, in fact, possible to get the best of both worlds (to quote the oh-so-poetic Hannah Montana), and I'd appreciate it if there was a little less mainstream-bashing going around.
On a cheerier note, I am by no means God, so I make many mistakes, and I'd appreciate it if you pointed them out in a constructive review.
Cool beans :)