Author has written 1 story for Bartimaeus Trilogy.
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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