Author has written 3 stories for Doctor Who, and One Piece.
Hey! I'm currently a student in college. I've been reading and writing fanfiction for years. Unfortunately, I have a bad habit of not updating. I'm trying to fix that, but good things come to those who wait, right?
Anyways, I one day hope to be a professional writer. Getting my work published is my dream.
But beyond that, my desire is to be a storyteller- I don't care what or how; telling stories is my passion. If I do that by publishing novels, fine. If it only happens through fanfiction, that's fine too.
Drop me a line if you're interested in talking about anything, or just want a progress update on any of my stories- it will motivate me into working on them more.
UPDATE ON STORIES I HAVE WRITTEN:
Relief in the Midst of the Nightmare: COMPLETE. My first complete story. A one-shot. Great success.
Fighting in the Nightmare: ON HIATUS. Fifth chapter up! Merlin's secret is revealed and Morgana gets the fuzzies. Fillers are over for now. Sequel to Relief in the Midst of the Nightmare. Enjoy! Hope it's as good (or better) than first.
Merlin's Midwinter: ON HIATUS. I had this phrase stuck in my head: It was all Arthur's fault. Why? Because it was always Arthur's fault.This story was what happened. Set on Midwinter's Day. The whole world seems to be plotting against Merlin, and Arthur's not helping. Chapter 2 up!
Subject to Change: COMPLETE- MORE MAY BE ADDED IF THE MOOD STRIKES. A series of drabbles related to the BBC's new series Sherlock. The drabbles are about anything and everything to do with Sherlock. Have fun.
Try to Die Another Day: ON HIATUS. A Supernatural time-travel fix-it, mostly because I got annoyed at how angsty the show was/is getting. Cas goes back in time to help the Winchesters and hopefully save a lot more people in the process. Who knows, maybe by the end of it the Winchesters might actually be moderately well-adjusted individuals?! Destiel.
The Mystery of Dressrosa! Enter the Doctor!: IN-PROGRESS. My newest story. Recently entered the One Piece fandom, background Doctor Who fan for a while. This story was thought of and written on an impulse, but I've got a general idea what I'm going to do with it. A lot of winging it, though. But since I haven't done much planning, I might actually update faster, rather than over-thinking things and getting overwhelmed.
Plans for Future Fics:
Percy Jackson and the King of Games: A Yugioh x Percy Jackson crossover. Set a year after Gaia and Zorc's defeat, a new threat emerges: Apophis. Atem gets brought back from the afterlife to help Percy, and uses his Diadhank and it's monster summoning capabilities to aid his new friends. But new friends don't replace the old, and Yugi (and Kaiba- much to Kaiba's annoyance) as well the gang are brought in to help the Camp. This would all go a lot smoother, though, if the Greek gods didn't have some kind of beef with the Egyptian gods and their kids, and therefore with Atem, the former Pharaoh or Egypt and the son of Nephthys.
I've Been Feeling Like a Ghost (It's You I Hate the Most): A Yugioh fanfic. Instead of Yugi solving the Millennium Puzzle, a twist of fate finds the puzzle in the hands of Seto Kaiba. But ever since he solved the puzzle he's been blacking out, and sometimes he swears there's a voice inside his head that's not his own- but Kaiba is a logical man, and ghosts can't possibly exist. Can they? The story of Yugioh but with Kaiba and the Pharaoh sharing a body rather than Yugi and the Pharaoh. Can the world still be saved when two of the most stubborn characters share a headspace? How does Yugi fit into all of this if he doesn't have the puzzle? The fate of the world lies in Kaiba and the Pharaoh getting along. It goes as well as you'd expect.
Sea Devils: An One Piece AU. An AU origin of the Devil Fruits, the Will of D., and the One Piece. In this AU, the devil fruits used to be real demons that sailed the seas under their captain, the Devil. But this isn't religion, and Devil's reputation isn't earned. All he wants is to explore the realm of the humans with his friends and be apart of a grand adventure, rather than watch everything from a metaphysical plane. But Devil (now just D.) makes enemies of the 20 kingdoms, as his power threatens their own. So the kingdoms band together to destroy D and his demon crew- but how do you destroy immortals?
Through a Glass Grimmly: A Grimm fanfic. A wesen extremist, tired of having to hide their true nature, releases a biological agent inside the Portland PD that forces wesen to fully woge. Not only are the wesen members of the PPD suddenly exposed in front of their collegues, but the biological agent in question seems to have an effect on Grimms as well. Fairly short, about 5 or so chapters.
Unnamed Marine!AU: Garp forces a reluctant Luffy to become a marine, even going so far as to become an instructor just so he can keep an eye on his grandson. However, Luffy is still determined to become King of the Pirates- if only the marines would fire him! Basically a story about Luffy accidentally becoming a great marine by trying to be a pirate. Basically, because he's technically a marine this time around, he gets credit for all the stuff he did in canon (outing corrupt marine captains, beating up other pirates, saving a country from falling into civil war, etc...) except this is the same Luffy we know, so he keeps trying to escape and become a pirate, but he's so effective at stopping other pirates that the marines refuse to fire him.
Keeping Up with the Straw Hats: A modern!AU where the Straw Hat crew ends up the stars of their own reality TV show! But like all things, fame isn't all it's cracked up to be, and the Straw Hats always did have problems when it comes to attracting trouble.
I am going to put an end to my procrastination problem. . . Tomorrow!
Don't walk in my footsteps. I walk into walls.
If at first you do succeed, try to hide your astonishment.
Junk is something you've kept for years and throw away three weeks before you need it.
Sometimes I wonder 'why is the Frisbee getting bigger?' then it hits me.
Dr. House: Patients always want proof. We're not making cars here, we don't give guarantees.
Dr. House: What would you prefer - a doctor who holds your hand while you die or one who ignores you while you get better? I suppose it would particularly suck to have a doctor who ignores you while you die.
Dr. House: No, there is not a thin line between love and hate. There is, in fact, a Great Wall of China with armed sentries posted every twenty feet between love and hate.
Dr. House: As long as you're trying to be good, you can do whatever you want.
Dr. Wilson: And as long as you're not trying, you can say whatever you want.
Dr. House: So between us, we can do anything. We can rule the world!
Dr. Chase: You can trust me.
Dr. House: Problem is, if I can't trust you, I can't trust your statement that I can trust you. But thanks anyway, you've been a big help.
Dr. House: I'm sure this goes against everything you've been taught, but right and wrong do exist. Just because you don't know what the right answer is, maybe there's even no way you could know what the right answer is, doesn't make your answer right or even okay. It's much simpler than that. It's just plain wrong.
Medical student #3: Wait, wait, wait... The guy's dying and all he cares about is his dog?
Dr. House: Any of you guys go the dog route in your improv sessions? It's a basic truth of the human condition that everybody lies. The only variable is about what. The weird thing about telling someone they're dying is it tends to focus their priorities. You find out what matters to them. What they're willing to die for. What they're willing to lie for.
Dr. House: It is in the nature of medicine that you are gonna screw up. You are gonna kill someone. If you can't handle that reality, pick another profession. Or finish medical school and teach.
Dr. Wilson: You know why people are nice to other people?
Dr. House: Oh, I know this one. Because people are good, decent and caring. Either that, or people are cowards. If I’m mean to you, you’ll be mean to me. Mutually assured destruction.
Dr. Foreman: Good? This is bizarre.
Dr. House: Bizarre is good! Common has hundreds of explanations. Bizarre has hardly any.
Dr. House: He thought he was dying. Dying people lie, too. Wish they'd worked less, they'd been nicer, they'd opened orphanages for kittens. If you really want to do something, you do it, you don't save it for sound byte.
Dr. Cameron: The chance of getting infected is next to nothing.
Dr. House: I was never good at math, but next to nothing is greater than nothing.
John Watson: You just wrote ‘still has trust issues’.
Therapist: And you read my writing upside down. You see what I mean?
Sherlock Holmes: Did he offer you money to spy on me...?
John Watson: Yes.
Sherlock Holmes: Did you take it?
John Watson: ...No.
Sherlock Holmes: Pity, we could've split the fee. Think it through next time.
Sergent Donovan: Are these human eyes?
Sherlock: Put those back!
Sergent Donovan: They were in the microwave.
Sherlock: It's an experiment.
John Watson: Yeah, I didn't get the shopping.
Sherlock Holmes: What? Why not?
John Watson: Because I had a row... in the shop... with a chip and pin machine.
Sherlock Holmes: You had a row with a machine?
John Watson: Sort of. It sat there and I shouted abuse.
DI Dimmock: Your friend...
John Watson: Listen, what ever you say, I'm behind you one hundred percent.
DI Dimmock: He's an arrogant sod.
John Watson: ...Well, that was mild.
You know you are a nerd when…
1.You spend over an hour of class time just setting up your paper... and so did the rest of the class.
2.You don’t look up the time on a clock, but instead use your TI-84.
3.Your electives are academic.
4.You differentiate between random and spontaneous activities.
5.You have knowledgeable, theological conversations with your friends while waiting for the bus to come.
6.You start analyzing random books, song lyrics, and street signs.
7.The idea of "getting off on tangents" is hilariously funny.
8.You logically investigate the mystical powers of the phrase "wouldn't it be funny if..."
9.You have complicated dreams about graphing circles and ellipses.
10.You have theological discussions at parties.
11.Whenever you're watching a movie you find all the motifs and themes.
12.You spend all your time complaining about your work, then do it hurriedly because you want to get to bed and don't know where all the time went.
13.You brag that you only got 2 hours of sleep last night.
14.You write a two-page answer to a one-sentence question.
15.You look forward to arguing.
16.You love telling your boyfriend the story your math teacher told you.
17.Your backpack is heavier than you are.
18.You realize that something is missing when your backpack feels too light.
19.You use logic to justify the color of your nail polish.
20.You own more than 3 calculators.
21.You know the chemical formula for TNT.
22.You know what TNT stands for.
23.You find hydrogen iodide rather funny too..
24.You've paid money to take a test or tests.
25.You chat on Instant Messenger and say 'cause instead of cuz.
26.You've mastered the art of procrastination so well that your research paper finishes printing just seconds before you have to leave for school.
27.You point out all the historically inaccurate mistakes in movies.
28.You can type 60 words per minute on a TI-84.
29.You skip lunch to study in the bathroom.
30. You accidentally type "LOOL" instead of "LOL" in an IM conversation and explain it as "Laugh out ostentatiously loud".
31."It's a beautiful day outside to do that science experiment."
32.You can easily argue both sides of random pointless/complex arguments.
33.You argue about whether it's symbolism, a simile, a metaphor, personifying, or something else.
34.You use the word "perpendicular" in everyday conversation.
35.You can (and do) randomly recite Shakespeare.
36.You can differentiate between the theme and the topic of a conversation.
37.All of your conversations are random and appear to have no theme, but are actually deeply meaningful and are full of symbolism and philosophy, which you can, of course, point out.
38.You are an overachieving procrastinator, and right now you're wondering if that's an oxymoron.
39.You can write an essay in one word, and respond to a one-word question with an essay.
40.You can condense 27 pages of heavy reading into 10 minutes and answer all the questions about it.
41.You can write an essay in ten minutes at 3 in the morning and still get a B on it.
42.Your pen has become an accessory of choice at parties.
43.You petition to get “nap time” inserted into your schedule.
44.You have dreams about mathematical formulas.
45. Everything you read you are compelled to over-analyze, write a commentary about, and discuss and argue over with your friends.
46.When you quote someone, you feel compelled to credit them- in MLA format
47.You begin to talk to yourself, then disagree about the subject, get into a nasty row about it, lose, and refuse to talk to yourself for the rest of the day.
48.You hoard all your writing utensils.
49.You write sentences on multiple-choice tests.
50.It's okay to fail, so long as you are not alone.
51.It's the little things that confuse the most.
52.You get in serious debates on who was the most important renaissance artist.
53.You went to an academic camp over the summer.
54.You randomly quote John Locke’s theory of knowledge…for fun.
55.You have an account on Dictionary.com, and have fun on it.