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Joined 03-17-09, id: 1869903, Profile Updated: 06-05-09
Author has written 2 stories for Twilight.

I read all four Twilight books long after the movie came out, not being able to keep myself out of the biggest literary inside-joke since Harry Potter. I honestly didn't think I would like them, so I only bought Twilight. Fourteen hours and no sleep later, I went and got the rest of them. Two days later, I had finished them. Stopping only to explain to my husband what was making me gasp or laugh or cry. For the next two weeks, I did nothing but read the last three books over and over again. Then I found out about Midnight Sun and I read it twice, reading all four books over again to get the full effect. I was obsessed. I started reading FanFic because I couldn't get enough of the Cullens or the Quileutes.

I started with Jacob and Renesmee stories because it seemed to be the natural conclusion to the story and I wanted to see everyone's take on the future of our favorite vampires and werewolves. After reading over a hundred of them, I couldn't stop thinking about Jake and Nessie. What would have become of them? The more I thought about it, the more detailed my guesstimate became. I would go to sleep thinking about it. I would dream about them. I would wake up thinking about them. After obsessing for a few months, my husband was sick of hearing my endless scenario second-guessing. "Would it be like this or like this? What about Renesmee's power? What would Edward do when she grew up?" About three weeks ago, he finally snapped. He demanded I write a story and get it out of my system.

I reread the books, scouring them for hidden meanings. I began studying them, looking up the etymology of words Stephenie Meyer used, looking for a clue as to what came next. I listened to all four audiobooks, taking in the pronunciation of the places and people, immersing myself in the visual world of the Olympic Penninsula in a way that I couldn't at my reading speed. I looked into the Quileute language and stared longingly at pictures of La Push's shores. It took three weeks, but I figured it out. I know what would happen...I think. A Legendary Bourn is my best guess. I have only taken two big leaps of literary license, but both fit perfectly within Stephenie Meyer's canon.

I feel like my readers should understand my writing process. The first thing you should know is that I live within a very unusual sleep schedule. Instead of sleeping every night, I sleep every other night for a longer period of time. This allows me to have a 36-40 hour day. Secondly, as my sleep schedule may imply, I don't work a normal 9 to 5 job. I'm a temp, which means I only work when I get a call. When I do work, it screws up my entire routine and I have to go back to a normal sleep-everyday schedule. Lastly, it should be understood that I can only work when there is absolutely no one around me and that I can only write in one spot at my in-law's house. Anywhere else provides me too much distraction. This particular writing spot forces me to stare at a door with my back to an large, tauntingly interesting window.

My daily routine: I wake up late, having gone to bed in the late evening and gotten a good 8-12 hour sleep to make up for my very long "yesterday." I eat lunch at my in-law's before beginning to work. I'm usually guaranteed a few hours before everyone comes home from work. Then, absolutely nothing is accomplished, aside from maybe some research, until everyone goes to bed. My husband, the ever-understanding man that he is, spends every other night in his parents' guest room while I stay up. I then have a few hours from midnight or so on to work, until everyone wakes up. Then, after making small talk and having breakfast with my mother-in-law, everyone leaves for work and I'm alone again until they come back. I only work Monday through my usual Friday update. Weekends are when I catch up on the FanFics I read, seeing as there is far too much activity for me to write. It takes an entire week to write the 12,000+ words I write per section. Mondays are a semi-wasted day as it's usually spent brain-storming and staring at a blank page. Thursdays into Fridays are when I get my ass in gear. When I do put on my grown-up hat and begrudgingly go off to file and answer phones for The Man, my entire schedule is shot to hell, considering I get most work done in the early morning hours and during the late mornings to early afternoons.

A Legendary Bourn:

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Forks, Knives, & Spoons reviews
A-H: Shunned from her adopted Forks after a bitter break-up, Bella starts her own diner in LA, where the usual cast of characters work and eat. When Bella decides to play matchmaker, will everyone find love because or in spite of her meddling?
Twilight - Rated: M - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 3 - Words: 24,170 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 11/12/2009 - Published: 10/29/2009 - Bella, Edward
A Legendary Bourn reviews
Post-Breaking Dawn. Life with Renesmee, Jacob, the Cullens, and Jacob's and La Push's packs. Very long, very wordy, very incomplete. Rated T for language/M for possible future lemons, if I am found to be capable of unabashedly posting them. Pure Canon.
Twilight - Rated: T - English - Family/Romance - Chapters: 10 - Words: 189,505 - Reviews: 164 - Favs: 141 - Follows: 91 - Updated: 9/2/2009 - Published: 3/19/2009 - Renesmee C./Nessie, Jacob