Author has written 4 stories for Mortal Instruments.
Hello, my name is Sophie, let me introduce myself. I am 16 years old. I live in Ireland. I speak native English, Irish, and French. I am both an Atheist and a Humanitarian. I aspire to be an artist. I literally cannot look at a blank page and not draw all over it. (Boredom makes this habit significantly worse - my Maths book is a disgrace.) I enjoy grammar and linguistics. I am a regretful smoker. A few of my goals in life are to read the Bible from an intellectual point of view, live in a bed sitting flat, and get married in Las Vegas wearing old jeans and get a degree in Psychology. I like piercings. I have 7. I love tattoos. I have none - yet. I have a mild phobia of potatoes, and a severe phobia of needles, though this only really applies to medical needles. I have been to South Africa to do charity work, and I want to live there, be it for a month or decade, sometime in my life.
The Mortal Instruments is currently my favourite series. ...I also loved - not anymore -Twilight, but only when nobody had heard of it and thought I was a freak for being slightly besotted with a non exsistent sparkly vampire called Edward. Then all those skeptics evolved hordes of obsessive into screaming fangirls, and I died a little bit inside.
I also love the Inheritance series, a Series of Unfortunate events, the Percy Jackson books, C.H.E.R.U.B series, Harry Potter, The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time, a Spot Of Bother, The DaVinci Code, Angels and Demons, A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Hunger Games, and loads of other non cliched things that people probably haven't heard of and I'm too lazy to write. I love all books as long as they're good. Quelle surprise. I've only ever written TMI fics, Magnus & Alec so far, but hopefully more to come.
I generally hate vampire love stories like Twilight and all its cheap copies.
The very favourite authors, in alphabetical order, because it's too cruel to choose - Dan Brown, Cassandra Clare, Suzanne Collins, Roald Dahl, Mark Haddon, Robert Mulchamore, Rick Riordan, JK Rowling.
I try to write funny and original fanfiction without being too crazy and weird. I try to keep the characters somehow in character - you don't say- , because I know I hate really OOC stories, I find them irritating. Slightly OOC is putting your own twist on things. Completely OOC is just pointless, because it's a completely different character with the same name and same haircut.
I can't stand bad spelling and grammar, especially the whole 'your' and 'you're' thing. It's not that difficult, and if you can't grasp that, then I have no idea why you even write fanfiction because it's going to be sloppy and seem unintelligent and people aren't going to enjoy it. At least not literate people.
I try to be funny and witty, so tell me if I am, but tell me I'm not, too. I don't want to have people cringing in their seats while reading, going 'Sweet Divine Christ, how hasn't this girl been put down yet?' So, be honest.
If you read my crap, well, gee, thanks. Aren't you just great? And if you don't, well, do one thing every day that scares you. Or in this case, scars you for life.
A thing in a hole is a thing it is not.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it.