Author has written 1 story for Twilight.
Birthday: 1 January 1987
My favorite stories to read and write for are Phantom of the Opera (I base mine off the book, which was spectacular), Twilight, Pitch Black, and Lord of the Rings.
I'm a nursing student, which means I spend a lot of time studying and crying myself to sleep at night (jk!) so please bear with me as I write, chapter installments may take a long time to get posted.
I don't care if you flame my stories, just watch your language please. But, I hope at the same time that I don't put out anything flame worthy, since I try to kill the Mary Sue and create a real, believable plot with real, believable characters.
I live in Washington State. No, I haven't been to Forks. Too many rabid fangirls.
Nothing turns me off a story more than poor grammar and spelling.
Grammar Lesson #1: They're, There, and Their
"There" - a place, as in, 'He walked over there, but I stayed here.'
"Their" - regarding two or more people, as in, 'Their puppy was a bit spastic and bit people on their toes.'
"They're" - contraction of 'they are', as in, 'They're going to the movies.'
Putting it all togeher - "Their dog ran over there and proved he was potty trained and they were impressed. They're not so impressed when he eats it though."
Grammar Lesson #2: Waste and Waist
"Waste" - garbage, poop, as in, 'He flushed his body's waste down the toilet.' (because we all know girls don't poop!)
"Waist" - on a person's body, just above the hips, as in "He caught her around the waist and kissed her thoroughly."
You should already know this people!