Author has written 50 stories for Grey's Anatomy, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Once Upon a Time, High School Story, and Choices.
"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." Ernest Hemingway.
One of my college professors had that quote hanging on the wall. She would point to it and say if we wanted to be truly great writers we had to learn the reality of what the great Ernest Hemmingway was saying. As an eighteen year old girl I didn't quite comprehend what she was getting at. Sit and write until I bleed? The very idea sounded insane! By the end of the semester I understood. In order for a piece of writing to be great the writer must write what they know. Otherwise the entire piece is a lie. Whether I am working on an advertisement or promotion for work or a fan-fiction for my favorite show, I try to en-corporate that concept into whatever I am writing. If I am not pleased with something I won't post it. This sometimes results in long periods of time between updates. I won't apologize for that as I refuse to give you anything but my best...anything but a piece of my soul. I also have a rather hectic life. My job is demanding, as are my two teenagers and husband. They come first. If you are a follower of my work you already know I never write something just for the sake of writing it. Every word has a purpose. I once had a reader compare my stories to a puzzle. Each chapter is a different piece of the puzzle and it isn't until the end the bigger picture is clear. That is one of the greatest compliments I have ever received and, if I do say so myself, an accurate comparison.
I am rather true blue when it comes to television shows and characters. Like all of you I have my favorites. From Grey's Anatomy, I am a hard core Alex fan. I love everything about him. He is so complex it makes writing him an adventure. Because I love him, I miss the days of Izzie. Yes, yes, I know some of you newer viewers think she is the devil, but...pardon my rudeness...you don't know squat. I dare you to watch the show from Season 1, episode one, and not understand why those two work together so well. I have grown to like the character Jo, despite my dislike of the actress who plays her. She is an enigma. One the writers aren't taking full advantage of. I rather liked her better when she was with Jason. The potential for juicy storylines was endless. Instead they white-washed her and slapped her together with Alex. *sigh* Their friendship was great. Sort of like Izzie and George's friendship...before the monstrosity that was Gizzie. My heart is still sore over losing Mark and Lexie. Whether they were together or apart I just loved those two characters. I also tend to enjoy the complexity that is Arizona and Callie's relationship. From Once Upon A Time, I just love the show! It is hard not to! You can't pick one favorite character because they are all so intertwined and crucial to one another! That being said, I am in total girl-crush mode when it comes The Evil Queen. She wants to be good but she can't help being bad! From Agents of Shield, I get a little complicated. The whole cast is phenomenal in my opinion. I do think Skye and Ward bring out the best in each other, just as Fitz and Simmons complete each other. Unlike the rest of the world I don't believe May is Skye's mother. Nor do I think Coulson is her father. I believe the event that resulted in May being known as the Cavalry is the same event in which Skye lost her parents. I believe they were both Agents and the reason why Coulson doesn't feel agents should be involved with one another. I won't give you any more of my theories on that as it is a story in the making! Recently I have gotten in Once Upon A Time In Wonderland. I tend to be a total Will Scarlett groupie. I don't care if he is with Anastacia aka the Red Queen or with Alice. I just adore him and want him happy! I have also recently begun watching Nashville but I am not sure I am confident enough to write about that show.
Enough rambling! If you took the time to read this dribble, gracias! Now...go forth! Read, review, and enjoy!