Author has written 26 stories for Artemis Fowl, Beauty and the Beast, Harry Potter, Anastasia, Despicable Me, My Little Pony, and Frozen.
Update December 14, 2015
"Winter Queen's Week" is my contribution to Elsa Appreciation Week (Dec 14-21st)! I have a series of seven one-shots following the tumblr prompts, and then one longer offering in honor of Elsa's birthday on the 21st. I hope you enjoy!
(I am a semester away from finishing my undergrad. It's unreal.)
Update July 24, 2015
I wrote another! "Worth Mining"
Also, I'm a big fan of finishing my stories completely before I post them. That way I don't get caught up in loose plot holes and nobody is left with a cliffhanger. So this one is four chapters long and will be posted over this week probably. I hope people continue to enjoy what I write.
Also, I don't know what's gotten into me with writing longer things these days. I start out with an idea for a one-shot and BOOM, it's a chapter fic. It's fine.
Update June 19, 2015
I had the idea a couple of weeks ago to write a series of one-shots inspired by the songs from Frozen. So I pulled up the lyrics for all nine of them and marked the lines that inspired me, and out came "A Musical Collection." I hope you enjoy it!
Update May 31, 2015
I finally finished the story I started last June. It has turned out to be 40k words, which is much longer than anything I've ever written before. It's called:
Ending the Curse - A canon-divergent story rife with headcanons of mine. It begins in Elsa's ice palace during the reprise of "For the First Time in Forever." Instead of injuring Anna with her powers, Elsa does the only thing she can think of to protect her sister. She tries to end the curse by destroying herself. (No permanent character death) I used to have links to fanart that inspired me or reminds me of some of the scenes I wrote, but ff.net has blocked all external links. If you want them, PM me and we'll figure it out.
Also, I am uploading this over the course of the week prior to my 22nd birthday (6/1), and I am saving all the reviews to read on my birthday as a present to myself. I know none of you know me IRL, but if you feel like doing something nice and want to wish me a happy birthday, please leave a kind review. Mention something you liked. Tell me how you felt. Offer to make fanart (*shamelessly begs*), you know, whatever.
Update March 28, 2015
This semester has been tough, but I'm still writing Frozen fanfiction! What I thought was going to be a 10k word oneshot has turned into a 25k multi-chapter fic. I'm not going to start posting it until I've finished it (I started it in June 2014), but it should be done soon. In the meantime, have:
The Perfect Gift - A Frozen Fever canon divergence story in which they never encounter the snowgies and the courtyard scene doesn't happen. Or is delayed a few days - whatever. This means... all sisterly fluff! My head-canon follows the idea that Kai and maybe some guards were around the whole time, supervising and keeping people out of the path of Elsa's string of gifts. (Note the scarcity of other humans on the street - I counted three.) Therefore, our favorite manservant was within shouting distance when Elsa collapsed. You wouldn't carry an unconscious ruler through the front gates in full view of everyone, right? No. Subtlety is key. Sisterly fluff is key. Sparing us from Kristoff's awkwardness is key. (Bless him, he tried so hard.) Regardless, this is much less emotionally-charged than my usual fare. I hope you enjoy.
Also... at this point I've run out of short, sweet, sisterly fluff to read. (Anyone else appreciate alliteration? Hehehe...) And that makes me sad. So in order to fix said problem, I'm writing more fluff. Sorry not sorry.
Update January 9, 2015:
My obsession with Frozen... hasn't even slowed down. I write a little bit almost every day on one story or another. I've been working on a couple of rather long one-shots (7k-10k words by the time I'm done, probably), but I've had a couple smaller ideas floating around that I'm trying to get out so that they quit bugging me! Hence, shorter stories like "Taps" and "Promise I Always Will". I've been developing ideas as they come. Since they're all one-shots, nobody's getting left with a cliffhanger!
A note about the ones I've already written and any stories behind them:
Swedish Massage - I actually went and got a massage mostly for the sake of this story (also, my back felt sooo much better afterwards) so that my depictions would be accurate. You're welcome, readers.
The Last Frozen Room - A thought about what happens when a room is perpetually frozen for 13 years. And an excuse for semi-angsty hurt/comfort. I even commissioned a couple of artists! Their work is on deviantart.
Frozen Furnace - How Elsa might still fear hurting her sister and potential measures she might take to prevent it from happening again. I envision it kind of like working really hard all day so that you're worn out enough to go to sleep that night. Except replace "working" with "doing the magic", and "go to sleep that night" with "not hurt your sister with your ice powers".
Sir Anna and the Monster - I can't imagine a feisty young Anna would just let Elsa be alone for very long. Also, this is a tribute to (the painting of) Joan of Arc and her alleged influence in Anna's life. Also, tiny Anna pretending to be a knight and hauling around a heavy medieval weapon? Adorable.
Promise I Always Will - This was an easy scenario to have Elsa comforting Anna for once given that I usually write the reverse. The title and the penultimate paragraph were inspired by a song of the same name that I fell in love with while I was writing it.
Taps - This was lurking for a while with my plotlets until I decided it had enough substance to constitute its own story. I know it's a bit short. Sorry about that. It's my one (and probably only) attempt at writing fluff-less angst. But I can imagine this kind of thing happening while they were still young, before fear stopped all communication from Elsa's side.
Looking At You - This was an activity in dialogue development. I know I took some liberties with Elsa's upbringing - I doubt her father ever called her a monster - but I feel like it works with her overall mental schema. I usually relate more with Elsa, but what Anna says about wanting to know her sister instead of a mask comes from my deep frustration with some of my most beloved friends for how they are often reluctant to open up to me because I am a few years younger and they have helped me through some rough times in my life. I know it is because they don't want to burden me, but that's really what friends are for. To carry each other. We're working through it, as are Anna and Elsa. We'll all be okay. Also, Elsa's expression in that scene is just... so precious. I had to write about it.
I'll update this list as necessary. I hope you enjoy!
First of all, I am a Christian. I believe Christianity is a relationship instead of just a religion. I belong to God and God alone. And it's been quite the adventure.
Beyond that, there's really not much to say other than that I'm currently a senior at Auburn University. I am majoring in Biomedical Sciences, pre-medicine. I first felt the calling to become a doctor in January 2013. I intend to go to medical school after completing my undergraduate degree at Auburn in Spring 2016.
I love to go on mission trips, and I hope desperately that I can end up as a doctor in Honduras. If not for the rest of my life, then at least for many short trips. That place has stolen my heart. Not a day goes by that I don't think of it and wish I was there again.
Any more questions, please message me. I enjoy getting to know my fellow fanfic authors.
About my written work:
Most of my fan-fictions have the main female character getting horrendously wounded/tortured/afflicted in some unpleasant way. I'm not sure why I do this. Another FF author, "Swirling Dreams" who read my story "Box of Shame 3" suggested this explanation,
"You know I read your bio, and most of my stories involve strong female characters being brutally hurt and then cared for and loved on. I'm pretty sure I know why. I think it's cause we want to believe in justice. Especially romantic justice. I know Gru isn't romantic, but we want to believe that if we were hurt there would be some loving guy holding onto us, whether it's a lover, a best friend, or a father."
So, hurt/comfort is my favorite and easiest-to-write plot premise, so there is a lot of it in there. I also promise I don't hate these characters. Holly, Anya, Margo, Belle, Twilight, Rainbow, Hermione, Elsa, and Anna are my absolute favorite characters from their respective worlds, but pain is an incredibly powerful human emotion and it's easy to write convincingly about it. Especially considering that I'm not all that good at understanding emotions.
The Fall of Haven - Artemis Fowl (Still not quite sure where this is going. It really started as an excuse to torture Holly, to be honest, but it will eventually work out. Trying to bring some adventure in to break it up a little. Haven't updated in a very long time. My apologies.)
Plot bunnies in various fandoms exist, but they are being kept at bay. They're not worth mentioning here... for now.