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Joined 06-11-09, id: 1966572, Profile Updated: 06-14-09
Author has written 5 stories for Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Oz Series, Glee, and Friday the 13th.

Greetings fellow fanfiction readers/writers. If you're reading this profile, then it either means that you've read one of my stories, or you're a really random person who likes typing really random things into the URL bar, or, in a best ccenario, some combination of both. In whichever case, you get a cookie! Three cheers for random people!

About Me

Ever since I found this site in 2004 (I believe I was reading a Peter Pan story, but I'm probably wrong), I've wanted to join. However, this resolution took five long years to put into action, largely due to my undying procrastination and lack of a working email address. But now I'm here, and ready to amaze! (Get ready for a LOT of such cheesiness from me.)

My favorite fandoms (I love that word!) include:

Kingdom Hearts - These. Games. Rule. These are easily the best games I have ever played, although I haven't actually finished any of them yet.

The Wizard of Oz / Oz Book Series / Wicked - I have been completely obsessed with The Wizard of Oz since I first saw the classic film at the age of 4. I went on to watch other adaptations of the tale as well as to read most of the original book series. I am also a proud owner of the soundtrack of Wicked, but I have yet to see the play outside of YouTube. I was saddened when I originally saw that the Oz Books had no category of their own, but this was happily remedied a few months ago.

A Series of Unfortunate Events - What I love about this series is that so much is open to speculation, which, of course, is where fanfiction comes in.

Halloween - Even though my first viewing of the terrifying original left me traumatized, I soon grew to love this series too. Michael Myers is easily the most awesome of all slashers. Jason Voorhees, eat you heart out.

Inkheart Trilogy - Actually, I only really like the first two books. I just finished Inkdeath and it was a major disappointment. But the first two are great reads, especially on summer evenings.

Harry Potter - Who doesn't love the adventures of the famed boy wizard? I hold the claim to fame of having bought Deathly Hallows while on summer vacation in Europe on release date and devouring it in under 10 hours. Well, okay, so a lot of people probably did that, but I'm still proud of it. The films are good too, but only the first three.

Coraline - This book was the most unsettling and amazing read I've had in awhile. Can't wait for the DVD release.

Alice in Wonderland - Everyone I know thinks I'm weird for liking this, but I just can't stop rereading it and looking for adaptations of it everywhere. It's probably the total lack of logic and the complete randomness of everything that attracts me.

The Chronicles of Narnia - What can't you say about Narnia? I mean, they get in through a wardrobe. How could this not be awesome?

Pan's Labyrinth - I love the monsters in this movie, the Faun and the Pale Man. Superb creepiness.

Labyrinth - So much to adore here: the wonderful puppets, the amazing sets, the hints of romance between Sarah and Jareth, the complete 1980s feel of everything...

The Muppets - Who knew puppets could be so hilarious?

and, finally...

Heroes - I have only one thing to say here: the wait between seasons is pure torture. Long Live Heroes!!

Favorite Quotes

Other Mother: There's just one thing we need you to do...
Coraline Jones: NO WAY! You're NOT sewing buttons in my eyes!!
~Coraline: The Movie

Sarah Williams: "Give me the child. Through dangers untold, and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City, to take back the child that you have stolen. For my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great... For my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom as great..." Damn, I can never remember that line. "You have no power over me."

Peter Petrelli: In saving you, did I save the world?
Claire Bennet: I don't know. I'm just a cheerleader.
~Heroes Episode 109: Homecoming

Roxas: Sora... You're lucky. Looks like my summer vacation is... over.
~Kingdom Hearts II

The Faun: It's you! You have returned! (Ofelia appears frightened) Oh, don't be afraid. Look, look! (He lets out the Fairies)
~Pan's Labyrinth

Laurie Strode: We're going to take a little walk.
Lindsey Wallace: I'm scared.
Laurie Strode: There's nothing to be scared of now.
Tommy Doyle: What about the Boogyman?
Laurie Strode: I killed him.
Tommy Doyle: You can't kill the Boogyman!
(The children scream as the Shape appears at the top of the stairs behind Laurie. The chase music starts, and the hunt is on.)

Laurie Strode: Tommy, Tommy open the door!! (no answer) Lindsey, open the door! And smack Tommy on the way out!!
~My friend and I parodying the chase scene from Halloween when Tommy took FOREVER getting to the door when Laurie was screaming her lungs out.

Dorothy Gale: I wish all of us from Oz to return there safely, and for the Emerald City, and all the people in it, to be restored to life!
~Return to Oz

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2x22 New York: Quinn muses on the choices she's made and a new look for herself.
Glee - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,298 - Favs: 1 - Published: 8/12/2011 - Quinn F. - Complete
Work to Do reviews
A newly resurrected Nancy ponders her old life and the one before her.
A Nightmare on Elm Street - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,021 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 2 - Published: 5/14/2011 - Complete
Five Marriages in Oz reviews
Ten characters tie the knot.
Oz Series - Rated: K - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,028 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 4 - Published: 1/26/2011 - Complete
Last Ones Standing reviews
The survivors of the final battle against Freddy and Jason end things once and for all.
Crossover - A Nightmare on Elm Street & Friday the 13th - Rated: T - English - Supernatural/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,188 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Published: 4/18/2010 - Complete
Legends of Terror reviews
A group of teens must work together to defeat Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees... or risk not making it through the week.
Crossover - Halloween & A Nightmare on Elm Street - Rated: T - English - Horror/Friendship - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,726 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 9/6/2009 - Published: 6/21/2009