Author has written 18 stories for Stoked, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Teen Titans, Twilight, Total Drama series, Supernatural, and Avengers.
Daycare Teacher's Aid is my job. Decorative planner. Engaged. I've forgotten to tell my fiance I write fanfiction.
Stories Currently Working on:
The Ones we Leave Behind: There were only a few things Whitney knew for sure. One, her Uncle Sam had no right to drop her off in La Push for a normal life. Two, there was something going on with all the tall dudes, including her cousin Embry. Three, Seth Clearwater was for some reason in love with her. Four, there was no way she was going to manage to be a hunter and to fake being normal
Stories that are on hold for the moment:
Stories which I am about to start:
Untitled: 'Liz Crow never questioned why the assassin came to get her fortune read once a month, Natasha Romanav never out loud questioned why Liz Crow never aged. Liz Crow was a name that she now used, if anyone, knew who she truly was there would be too many questions. Why hasn't she aged since the 40's, why did she allow those who loved her believe she was brutally murdered, what actually happened in that night in New Hampshire at that crossroads she went missing at, and the about the rumors of her father being the devil instead of Joseph Rogers."
Dimmer: "Why would you want to make sure everyone truly believes the truth?" Bucky growled, looking at the dark haired girl in front of him. She was short, came up only to his chest, with her arms crossed glaring at him. "Why are you so determined on making sure everyone knows I was brainwashed and tortured?" "Because you act like you're the only one. Natasha has to the assassin level. The only reason I found out Tony was my dad was because I found the video of the man I thought was my father murder her and it allowed everything to be unwound. I spent my entire life training to be a cult leader, and now look, I'm the daughter of the richest man on earth. Do you know how scary that power is when you have to fight your breeding every day?"
Books I have read in 2018:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolksky
Common Sense by Thomas Paine
1914 by James Farner
Utopia by Thomas Moore
The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickson
The Alchemist by Ben Johnson
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevksy
David Copperfield by Charles Dickson
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
Persuasion by Jane Austin
King James Bible
Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Edgar Allan Poe's Poetical Works
The Awakening by Leo Tolstoy