Author has written 5 stories for Twilight.
I like vampires who actually bite.
I write humor, I write drama, I write canon, I write AU - the way I see it, Twilight is my lab rat and I'm going to keep poking it with needles until I get the desired result. Thanks for taking a moment to indulge in my madness.
Wild at Heart is currently my favorite pet. I've always wanted to know the backstory of James and Victoria, and what better way to explore it than in a fun, historical setting? In case any of you are interested, the two poems referenced in Chapter 5 are "The Giaour" (1813) and "Imitated from Catallus to Anna" (1806) by Lord Byron.
If humor is more your bag, you simply have to check out Jake and Ness Finally Do It. Remember how awkward your first time was? Now imagine how awkward it would be if you were a half-vampire and he was a werewolf. Aaaaaaaand GO!
Can't get enough alternate pairings? I humbly present the real way Sue Clearwater should have ended up: in bed with Billy Black! Read How Billy Got His Groove Back (and Everyone Else Lost Their Lunch) for a peek into one couple's attempt to spice up their love life in a creative and hilarious way.
How about a crack!pairing that doubles as a slashy sexy funny love story? Laugh your ass off following Demetri Volturi's attempts to seduce James the Nomad in Getting Off the Beaten Tracker.
The first fan fiction I ever wrote were the two short stories in Irreverent Shorts. Valentines for Vampires is about a special Valentine's Day gift from Emmett to Bella - much to Edward's chagrin - and Boozed Up Bella follows the general principle that clumsy dorky people are hilarious to watch inebriated. (There's also a healthy dose of Jacob/Bella angst in that story...)