Author has written 42 stories for Sleeping Beauty, Harper's Island, CSI: New York, Disney, Poltergeist, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Pride and Prejudice, Ghost Whisperer, Avengers, Friends, Labyrinth, and Rose Red.
6/12/2015 PROFILE UPDATE: Just a short note. I will be updating ALL of my stories over the course of the next few weeks, primarily just removing a large portion of irrelevant author's notes and fixing a few grammar/spelling mistakes. Content-wise, nothing will change.
2/23/2015 PROFILE UPDATE: It's been a while since I've been on here. I post to a few different sites, and on one of them I received a very abusive and negative review that had no professional criticism of my work in it at all and it kind of turned me off to writing for over a year. I'm slowly starting to inch back into it, primarily picking up with some works in progress. Most of my recent time writing has been devoted to working on an interactive story for an app (check out the app called Episode). I've also made a drastic change to my educational goals and changed my major from English Education to Criminal Justice. Hopefully this new career path will give my crime drama stories a new depth. Who knows... At the very least, I am back on this site to read stories for now.
10/9/2013 PROFILE UPDATE: I really like the cover image option that FF introduced a while back. Until I get around to producing cover images that I am satisfied with, I've got default covers for each fandom. There are only a small handful of stories with cover images specifically tailored to the story, but more and more will be uploaded as I finish them.
2/19/2013 PROFILE UPDATE: I have passed the 50 story mark! Between the two sites (FanFiction and FictionPress), I have published 53 stories to date! I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t proud of myself. I think I’m going to print, organize, and have Staples bind those first 50 into an actual book for me to keep. Obviously with the inclusion of fanfic pieces in there, I can’t publish them for a profit, but I do want to bring them all together into an easily accessible collection.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED: Since I’ve started posting stories, I’ve had a few people question the heading setup I use. I wanted to explain it in more detail, so you know what you’re looking at. Some variation of this appears at the beginning of every one of my stories.
A/N: This is my author’s notes section. Anything I feel like you should know before reading my story, I put right here.
DISCLAIMER: For FanFiction, the disclaimer is usually stated as “I do not own any of the characters or ideas created by _. I borrowed them for the entertainment and amusement of my audience.” For FictionPress, it’s usually “No disclaimer. One hundred percent mine.”
SUMMARY: A summary of the story, or a defining sentence or two from inside the story that teases the reader.
SPOILERS: This is used for significant spoilers for a movie, book, TV episode, etc. This will only appear on FanFiction stories. Hopefully, though, by the time anyone starts reading fanfics, they’ve already seen the movie, TV episode, or read the book and the spoiler alert won’t be needed.
GENRE: Easy enough. I try to relegate my stories in general genres (Drama, Romance, Comedy or Horror), though I may get a little more specific if I need to.
RATING: Despite the fact that FanFiction and FictionPress have a rating system, I always use movie ratings here. I love movies and I have a pretty solid idea on what each rating encompasses.
DEDICATION: Occasionally I may write stories as gifts for friends, or write stories that were inspired by individuals close to me. In those instances, obviously I will dedicate the story to them.
DATE: This tended to be the most confusing. This is the date I complete work on the story; NOT the date the story takes place.
10/5/2012 PROFILE UPDATE: I figured since two years had passed since I first posted my profile on here, I should probably update it. It's not like anything has actually changed in my likes and dislikes and how they influence my writing.
Now that I have been writing for a few years, I've got a better idea of what, specifically, I enjoy writing about. I tend to prefer writing fanfiction over original fiction, though I do have a few pieces of original fiction that I am presently working on that I hope to publish someday (“publish” as in with paper, a cover and a real binding with a price tag and everything).
My favorite genre to write is crime drama. I tend to draw my inspiration from my favorite TV shows, but since I gave up watching TV last year, I have found my inspiration dwindling in that respect. It'll give me a chance to broaden my horizons, though. My favorite genre to read has always been fantasy and I hope someday to branch out into that arena.
I typically like writing one-shot stories, but if I get a decent enough idea, I can usually take it farther than I anticipate, which has been the case with a couple of completed stories here.
Be sure to check out my stories on both Fanfiction.net and Fictionpress.com. I use the same username on both.