Author has written 6 stories for Twilight, Star Wars, Supernatural, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Real Name: Kelsey
Where do I live: Orange County, CA
Chapman University film production alum and frequent visitor of Disneyland Resort...almost obsessively.
I first started writing fan fiction for the Star Wars Expanded Universe (aka, the books). Then I started writing Twilight fan fiction. Moved on from Twilight to Fullmetal Alchemist, then...nothing...oops!
First story on here: Twilight- Vengeance, Sweet Vengeance. Thanks for all the amazing reviews! I read them all the time to restore my confidence as a writer. :)
NOTE: All stories have been discontinued. If you'd like to adopt, please feel free to PM me. XD I'd love to see someone keep these stories going!
VENGEANCE READERS: If you wish for the story ending, all is revealed in the Author's note in Chapter 31
I am no longer writing multi-chapter fics. Only one-shots.
Why I haven't been here in awhile: Honestly? I started writing original stuff. It's difficult to go back to fan fiction when you build confidence in original work.
So what now?: I think I'm gonna make a comeback. One-shot vomit mostly. No big multi-chapter fics like Vengeance. I need to concentrate on the professional work. But it's nice to post things here and hear you guys rave. :) Everyone needs a confidence boost once in a while.
Fandoms (That I think I'd be able to write)-
Mad T Party (I have NOT read Alice in Wonderland...but I could pull these guys off possibly ;) )
Fullmetal Alchemist (haven't touched the series in awhile, but I could pull it off)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (the thought of traversing toon town intrigues me)
Sadly, Twilight and I have parted ways, and thus I will not be writing Twilight fics anymore. Thank you though for your kind words. Like I said. I read all your reviews. :)
Disclaimer: I reserve the right to refuse any requests without explanation. However, I will NOT do smut. But it's not what I'm known for anyway. ;) Requests are subject to the muses' compliance. I won't force anything. You'll get a crappy result.
A little on my writing style: My writing style changes drastically depending on the genre. Serious stuff is filled with all sorts of metaphors, similes, and big words. Tends to come out more poetic. My comedy seems to have the tone of the narrator of Little Big Planet (read Cinderwolf, and you'll know what I mean). My stuff is simple. I'm a film kid, so screenwriting kinda bleeds over into my prose. My descriptions are simple and to the point, usually taking a sentence or two. I never go into lengthy descriptions of what Character A decided to wear that day. I don't think that's necessary. (i.e. Fullmetal Alchemist: Ed ALWAYS wears the same thing!) Actually, sometimes I forget to let the character speak and just kinda let him act haha. oops! But I really enjoy character studies... which is essentially what Honored is. I watched an episode, stared at Mustang, and thought "what the hell are you thinking right now?" Then I wrote it down to see how well I knew that guy.