Author has written 7 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Twilight, Bartimaeus Trilogy, Series Of Unfortunate Events, Teletubbies, and Bible.
Hello fellow Fanfictioners, my name is Alesha Robinson. I've been on FF since 2008 or 2009, I don't remember which. I stopped writing fanfiction on a regular basis first because of writers' block, and then because of time, and then because I started writing my own canon instead. =)
2/26/14: For anyone interested in following me outside of FF, I have a Tumblr blog: mymindunscrambled. I post poetry for now, though later (when I have the time) I plan to get into prose and start posting short stories. It's my unofficial "website" for now. =) Follow if you're interested, or ignore if you're not.
I write poetry, prose, short story, fanfiction, anything that can capture my thoughts. I tend to be over-critical, but I believe my harsh self-criticism leave little room for terrible writing and tends to push me farther overall. I love to read, when I can make myself do it. I'll take in romance, fantasy, mystery, suspense, adult novels, childhood fiction, classic works -- anything that can keep my interest, basically. I doodle more than I draw. I have a DeviantArt account, alesharobinson (), but I don't upload that much anymore. I've gotten a lot better at drawing lately, so who knows? Maybe I will.
Introverted, over-thinker, and I often take things for granted. I'm an avid Sherlock fan, if that matters. My biggest personal goal right now is self-improvement, and I don't think there'll ever be a day when being better it isn't my top priority. The older I get, the less I have to say about myself (I think it comes from the reasoning that very few, apart from nosiness, will want to know the details. Curious? Strike up a conversation, I'll answer my PMs. If you need a good editor, I'm always open to be a beta. Want to discuss Sherlock theories? It would be my pleasure.
If there's anything else I have to say, it's that Fanfiction has no doubt helped to shape me into the writer I am today. It was my drawing board at my beginning, my critique at my worst, and my supporter at my best. It uncorked the passages to my mind's creativity when I was little more than a dormant volcano, and I left inspired. Thanks to everyone who showed me what real writing was, gave me the right advice when I needed an impartial audience, and mentored me when I was growing. I'm so proud to have been a part of a community that shapes better writers.
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