Author has written 5 stories for Doctor Who, Thor, and Fairy Tales.
I am a college grad somewhere in their 20s and an avid reader working my butt off to get into a PhD program for 19th century English literature. I want to be able to write, but I barely have time to sit down to read a chapter or two before some type of work calls me back to the endless caffeine and sleepless nights that are the hallmark of my life.
My Favorite Fandoms
Pride & Prejudice (It is a truth universally acknowledged that nearly every woman in the English speaking world has read this book by the time they turn 18) and only because there isn't enough Northanger Abbey (my favorite)
Jane Eyre (Reader, I adore it. The tortured Byronic hero that is Mr. Rochester ISN'T meant to be the good guy)
Southern Vampire Mysteries (Long since given up on True Blood, but one series saved this entire fandom for me. The Multi-verse by ericizmine is some of the the best fiction period I have ever read of any genre)
The Phantom of the Opera (Any version really, I've read/seen them all: Musical(best show on Broadway), Movie(sucks compared to live play), Original novel(darker than play), Susan Kay's Phantom(so emotionally charged), 1925 Movie(miracle of early cinema)...and many more)
Labyrinth ( a kiddy movie on the surface, but so deliciously complex if you sit down and pay attention. Philosophical, mythological, historical, and psychological issues converge into brilliance)
Doctor Who (Appeals to the History and English buff in me. I mean, who doesn't love the idea of Sherlock Holmes being able to travel through time and space?)
Marvel Cinematic Universe (My favorites are Cap and Loki [not together]. Something about innocent nostalgia and fiercely clever tricksters. Also the fact that historical fact, mythology, and plausible science combine into something intelligent and, for lack of a better word, compelling. Whose story is it really? Who are the heroes and who are the villains? Why do we even care?)
Once Upon a Time (A newer obsession, but for me, an obvious one. I've always been a fan of myth, folklore, and fairytales, how could I not love a show that incorporates and reinterprets all of them in new and clever ways? Also Captain Swan shipper til the very end)
That's it for all the fanfic stuff, and if I'm not reading any of this, the Victorian and Edwardian Gothic is always a fun place to be.
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