Author has written 6 stories for Twilight, Naruto, and Harry Potter.
"Have I gone mad?"
"I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are."
- The Mad Hatter and Alice Kingsley in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Dedicated here to all of my favorite people, most of whom happen to be fairly crazy.
You know who you are.
My name is Abby, and I am a teenage girl growing up in the United States of America. I've been addicted to reading since I was eight, the first time that I picked up a Harry Potter book. I've been addicted to anime since I was nine, the first time that I stayed up late specifically so that I could watch Inuyasha. For me, fanfiction is more of the way that I blend into the worlds and universes that I love so much in books or anime; my penname actually refers to the fact that it's a nice escape for me. I've been writing fanfiction since I was eleven, on both Quizilla and fanfiction.net, but I've been playing pretend for much longer.
Current Stories Info:
What Happens In The Chamber: It's purely a crackfic that I wrote one summer day at about four in the morning. At the time, I thought that it was much better than it actually is. I'm honestly considering deleting this because it's a little bit embarrassing to read over.
Just Harry: The only fanfiction longer than a one-shot that I ever finished, and I actually left off the epilogue. I've never been a big fan of the Harry/Ginny pairing; to me, it always seemed that Ginny either loved him for his title or just completely ignored him. I didn't like it at all, and therefore, I created Faith Quinn, who was designed to fall in love with Harry solely because he is Harry. She isn't supposed to think much about that fact that he's the "Boy Who Lived" or "The Chosen One" at all. I like her because she's so normal, an average girl who sees the boy and not the name. A rewrite for this story is in the works, and hopefully I'll get at least the first chapter up this month.
A Kind Word: Ah, my second-favorite story. There are a lot of reasons I never really write for it anymore, one being that I lost faith in the Naruto series for a while and another being that I accidentally deleted one chapter after weeks of work on it. It's about Hottan Megumi, a girl who befriends Rock Lee and then replaces Tenten as his teammate. Eventually, they're supposed to fall in love, but I don't really remember where I was going with this anymore, which is the primary reason that it's on hiatus. I really like the character, Megumi, and I have a fangirl-like obsession with Rock Lee. I'm planning to make a rewrite for this story, but honestly, so many changes will be made to it that it might be unrecognizable.
Eight Faces: This is my favorite one-shot, and I'm actually pretty proud of it. I reread the Deathly Hallows the weekend before I wrote this, and therefore, this came out of a moment of Fred-angst. And then the words "there are supposed to be nine" kept repeating themselves in my head. Then I thought about Mrs. Weasley, and I thought that it had to be about her.
What Girls Are Good For: Honestly, I can't even remember what I was thinking about when I wrote this one. It was probably something along the lines of "Shikamaru is so sexist! I bet that that got really annoying when he was a little kid..." But I am very fond of it. I think it's the cutesiest story that I've ever written, or tried to write. It's basically Ino and Shikamaru sharing their first kiss at age seven when Ino is annoyed enough to ask his father how to make him be nice. My least favorite thing about it is the title, and I once considered turning this into a series with several pairings. I still might do that, one day...
I Still Love You: This was my first story, but reading over it now, I think that it's simply bad. It was a simpler time, back when I still thought that the Twilight books were worth reading...Well, basically, I thought that Leah deserved a little credit. I still do, since she's the only realistic character in the entire story with flaws and all. Stephenie Meyer screwed Breaking Dawn up so that things could be perfectly sweet and peachy, but she didn't let Leah imprint? That was suckish. So I thought that I would give Leah some consolation.