Author has written 8 stories for Fringe, Avengers, Once Upon a Time, Doctor Who, and Vampire Diaries.
About: The name's Allison, or Ashtyn, depends on who you ask. I love to write. I tend to write mostly fanfiction, but I do have some original stories currently under wraps. I'm involved in numerous indie roleplaying blogs on tumblr, so feel free to ask me for any of my blogs there (many of which are characters from my stories). I plan to become a writer during one point in my lifetime; hopefully I can get good enough at it to turn it into a career; this is one of the reasons I am taking creative writing and journalism at my high school. I'm not shy, so please PM if you need anything or just want to chat! I will always be there if you need me.
Current Obsession: Robbie Kay's face
Quote of the Month: "If Heaven and Hell decided that they both are satisfied, illuminate the "no's" on their vacancy signs..." I Will Follow You Into the Dark, Death Cab for Cutie
Listening to Right Now: "Sweet Child" The Little Mermaid on Broadway
Last Update: Prologue of English Breakfast, American Heart
09/01/2014: Updated profile.
09/01/2014: Posted new story.
Avengers (Marvel Cinematic Universe)Welcome to the New Age: "Heroes don't exist, Miss Stark. The sooner you realize that, the sooner you'll be able to save yourself." Iron suits, star-spangled pants, and spider webs litter Stark Tower; however, it's the simple things in life that keep people close, not the powers.
FringeReplica: Flight 627 was the crash that launched the creation of Fringe Division five years ago, but after an eerily similar case lands in the hands of two Tennessee FBI agents, the Department of Homeland Security realizes the possibility of needing to grow the division. Family Ties: "Sometimes it all seems like too much to handle." A step by step guide on how to raise a family during times of inter dimensional war by the one and only couple capable of completing such a task.
The Hunger Games TrilogyStar Crossed: Rewrite of The Hunger Games Trilogy; SYOC. Two star-crossed lovers from District 12 take the stage for the 74th Annual Hunger Games, unaware of how their actions will affect the future of Panem. Follow them and their fellow tributes journey.
Once Upon a Time/Peter PanMatch Stick: "You don't have to worry about selling any matches here, darling. We'll be your family no matter what." Peter Pan was the devil; I knew that. It had been preached to me by both my father and my teacher. He was a demon inhabiting the body of a child, and he had me wrapped around his demonic little finger. Percy Jackson & the Olympians/The Heroes of Olympus
Elena Johnson & the Heroes of Olympus: It's a complicated story about a complicated world. But in all simplicity, it's really just about family and sarcasm, magic and pets, nightmares and paintings, and—of course—the rise of Kronos. List of Titles in the Series: The Rise of Kronos, The Battle for Olympus, The Runaway Demigod, The Lost Heroes, The Children of Rome
SupernaturalStuck in the Middle: Three siblings, two hunting journals, one AWOL father, some old friends, and a '67 Impala—yeah, this should be loads of fun.
The Twilight SagaWelcome to the Family: Centuries of long forgotten family history unravels before the a group of siblings when their parents die in a car crash. Bags get packed, and the teenagers are shipped off to live with their aunt in the dreary town of Forks, Washington. I Miss You: History. The word itself gives off the feeling of something intangible, never to be seen or heard of again. Something meant to stay in the past and not repeat itself in the future. History has no influence over us. Except when recorded.
Whoniverse (Doctor Who, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures)English Breakfast, American Heart: She would have to guess a bit on the coordinates. Travelling via vortex manipulator wasn't something she had done in a long time. She knows he's not coming back for her tonight. She's not sure he ever will. But what she does know is there'll be an English breakfast waiting for her tomorrow in London, and a Time Lord running through its streets just waiting to be found. Through a Different Set of Eyes: Abandoned, left alone. That's all Amber Smith ever felt. No friends, no family to depend upon, so she left. Ran away to a different time, one where none of that mattered. She could be herself, and people would notice her and care. Then he came. The Lonely Girl : She pointed the warnings signs out to them. She gave them clues to where to find help, but the little girl could no longer sit and stare out the foggy window in her white gown anymore. The orphanage was not where she belonged.