Author has written 4 stories for X-Men.
Just a dreamer. And they always seem to involve the letter X.
And who am I kidding? Jubilee. They will always, always involve Jubilee. I love comics--LOVE them--and fully look forward to reading them each and every week. But, Jubilee is currently no where to be found, despite the occasional rumor of writers saying they would like to write her into Uncanny/X-Factor/Whatever and so I write into my stories what I would love to see in the comics that I'm relentlessly dumping my money into.
If she's not your cup of tea, I understand, but I love how she's an outspoken, underestimated, strong-willed underdog who has an undeniable and interesting connection with Wolverine. They always were intriguing together--except for the few recent times together where the writers made it seem one-dimensional and flat and typical. I hate that whole "she was like a daughter to me" schtick when really it's the "she was that spunky, independent, loud, brave kid who saved my ass when it really needed saving" kinda thing. And for those of you who don't like the romantic take on the pairing, allow me to make one argument. Imagine you're a teenage girl. Imagine you're a teenage girl watching the X-men movie with Hugh Jackman for the first time. I mean, really, Wolverine is the perfect older guy to have a crush on--you get to grow up and he stays the same. And as much as Marvel insists on denying it, younger girl crush on older guy is a fairly typical occurrence. And I just think they're perfect for each other in many ways. So--my fan fiction. Woot.
Right now, I have plenty of time on my hands, so I can write to my heart's content. When I get into grad school, however, I imagine that will be a totally different story. Good news is, I'm addicted to it now, so even if I get busy, I promise to keep up with it as best I can:)
Thanks for reading my stories:-)