Author has written 1 story for Twilight.
UPDATE: I'm freaking busy with my job, so I'm not much around, but I do keep reading updates and answer PMs, so I'm not dead :P
I'm a 28 year old guy from Argentina so I speak spanish, so if something I've written doesn't make much sense say it so I can fix it, because I can have errors.
If you need a male opinion of something, or help with something in spanish, don't hesitate in asking for my help.
You know, I really really hate Bella/Jasper stories. Especially because they usually use Edward for the love triangle, and I still have my hopes on him. I have read very little on fics of Jasper/Bella, but I hated every second of it :P
I had in my authors favorites a woman named Lisa, her username was LASMKE. I had her stories in my favorites lists too, so when someone checked my favorites, they could read her great works. My favorite story was Expectations of Success, an all-human, drama free story, where the characters are adults trying to find what makes them happy in life. Although I started reading first her second long project, Small Town Gossip, a story that also face the questions of how to achieve happiness in life, even when you have been in a tragedy. The Bellas LASMKE made were... awesome, witty, strong, honest, responsible, smart and non-dramatic. Her Bellas were the kind of girl I want to meet sometime.
She died in the beginnings of march of 2010 in a car crash... her family started taking down all her accounts, with reason. A fellow user is passing the stories (Lisa's family allows it), so now I have them too, so if anyone wants to read a great story, funny and fluffy and smutty, ask me and I'll send them to you.
In her last post on her blog (thanks to the cache of Google, because the blog is also deleted), she wrote on march 1st:
"My best friend just went into labor. I am catching a plane to hick ville. No idea when I'll be back online. Miss me, ok? Leaving in 5 min"
A couple of days later she was dead, and I guess the last part of her post will remain constant now. She will be missed, even from people like me that barely knew her, but with just a glimpse of her, liked her. The only thing I can do is to say: read her stories, ask for them, they are fantastic, I'm saddened that I won't see anything more written by her. Lisa, you will be missed.