Author has written 10 stories for That '70s Show, Glee, White Collar, House, M.D., and Friends.
I'm just a normal teenage FanFiction writer who lives for reviews and revels in fangirl moments.
Pairings I ship:
Eric/Hyde, That 70's Show
Neal/Peter, White Collar
Beta Reading: I am now officially a Beta on this site! I encourage everyone to check out my beta profile. I am registered to Beta for any rating, and for the following categories: Bones; Glee; House, M.D.; That 70's Show; Friends; Harry Potter; How I Met Your Mother; and White Collar. Unfortunately, I am on a hiatus for the time being. If there's something you desperately want me to Beta, private inbox me.
My Stories: As of yet, all stories are one-shots (except Revelations) and slash, and I'll probably never go above a K+ Rating. Review and make my day! (In order of publish date)
Mistakes: Sequel to "Revelations". Fairly short, Eric/Hyde. I'm on the fence about whether or not Hyde is OOC, but I tried. Both this and "Revelations" (which I recommend reading before this one) are set during and after Season 1, Episode 22: Punk Chick. I used the premise and some dialogue.
Not Really Listening: Companion to "A Better Use". Puck/Finn, nearly a drabble. This just came to me and took me about three seconds to write. As it turns out, a lot is left to the imagination; read the companion piece for an expanded POV.
Caught: Just a short, fluffy Neal/Peter one-shot. Inspiration just struck! Much of the dialogue comes from Season 1, Episode 7: Free Fall, because the premise takes place within a scene there.
Revelations: Prequel to "Mistakes". My longest story yet: six chapters, completed. Writing this, I realized how much I hate writing chapter stories (it's a whole different kind of pressure) so don't expect another one. Eric/Hyde. NOTE: All chapter titles (except for the Epilogue) are song titles, and you get cookies if you know all the songs.
Truth & Eggnog: I've wanted to write a Hilson fic forever, so finally, here it is! It's one of my longest one-shots yet: over a thousand words. House/Wilson at Christmastime with some spiked eggnog and A Christmas Story.
Love, Actually: I woke up one morning with this in my head, so I had to jot it down and share it. I stole the title from the movie "Love, Actually," which I HIGHLY recommend. Extremely short, only around two hundred words. But I do love writing Neal/Peter fluff.
Home: Prequel to "What You Need". Just a very short ficlet that I wrote as procrastination. My first Joey/Chandler story, as well as my first non-slash/pre-slash story. The sequel expands on the story and is written in Chandler's, rather than Joey's, POV.
Understanding: Very short. Ever since the Glee episode where it was revealed that Brit and Santana slept together, I have wanted to write a fic like this. It's unusual for me in that it's one-sided, but I'm hoping to expand on it later.
What You Need: Sequel to "Home". Please read "Home" first, it makes much more sense that way. Not a songfic, but contains lyrics from You Can't Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones. Very fluffy, but cute. Contains established relationship, in a sense.
A Better Use: Companion to "Not Really Listening". I would recommend reading its companion first: the major theme of the story -- chapped lips -- as well as the title make sense that way. Puck/Finn, in Finn's POV. One of my longest fics yet, to make up for its extremely short predecessor "Not Really Listening".
Edit: For readers of "Revelations" and "Mistakes": I recently got a review for "Revelations" that correctly pointed out to me a major inconsistency in both "Revelations" and "Mistakes." Unfortunately, the review was anonymous so I cannot reply to thank this person both for their lovely, morale-boosting review and for notifying me about my mistake. Therefore, I would like to point out to anyone else who may have noticed this: I am now aware that in the Season 1 Episode "Punk Chick", Hyde did not yet have a room in the Forman basement, meaning my story essentially has no canonical setting. Thank you, vigilant anonymous reviewer for pointing out my mistake; this is how I learn!