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Author has written 13 stories for Yu Yu Hakusho, Avengers, Aliens/Predator, and House, M.D..
General Info You Don't Actually Need!
Graphospasm is a somewhat insane writer prone to rants, eating things she is allergic to, and wearing ugly sweaters.
I graduated from college in June, 2013, after majoring in creative writing and double minoring in business and philosophy.
I write fanfiction because I enjoy seeing how many ways I can spin a single character, and it helps me polish my narrative skills when I'm not working on my novels. Everything I write on my own tends to include dark themes and events, and my fanfiction will usually reflect as such. However, I still have a soft spot for comedy and fluffy romance—but things will never be too easy for my characters.
Sites, Projects, & Contact Info
"Future Talk" is being illustrated by chapter by the marvelous-tastic BadLuckCat! Check her out!
"Future Talk" is being comic-ized by the stupendous Rinrei! Check out her page!
The Blog: On which I post rants, tutorials, and random junk about my boring life.
firstname.lastname@example.org: An email at which you can always reach me.
DeviantART: On which I post illustrations and miscellaneous information.
Skype user name: Georgia.Blaine
The above link doesn't take you anywhere special, but clicking it will tell you more about me and my writing than any profile ever could. Good luck, good reading, and welcome to my little corner of the collective creative sphere!
Well, I used to have individual links to every piece of art related to my stories, but one day I logged in and all the links had been erased. WTF FFnet? Anyway, for now, here is a link to the DeviantArt favorites folder related to my stories. In it you can find just about everything that has been drawn based on my works. Thanks so, SO MUCH to all y'all artsy folk! You're spoiling me rotten!
An amazing video by 13LuckyWishes & co. The best Xmas present I've EVER received!
"It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are."