Author has written 30 stories for Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Clannad, Romeo × Juliet, Bible, Ponyo/崖の上のポニョ, Tangled, Fullmetal Alchemist, Secret Saturdays, Winx Club, Legend of Korra, Once Upon a Time, and Frozen.
Just so y'all know . . . .
My name is Morgan and I am 22-years-old. A Christian woman, who writes whenever the muse strikes and loves to fandom hop and is Bi. I also like cheese. I don't object to reviews and faves, and if you ever want to talk, please don't hesitate to message me.
Now, about my writing, I'm mainly a oneshot writer, and I obviously like to entertain lots of plot bunnies- hence all the oneshots and- what is it now? the ten different fandoms I write for. But if I do end up writing for a fandom, it means I REALLY love it, and I think I can add something to it. And I will give it the respect that any fandom deserves, meaning I don't entertain anything OOC or any non-canon stuff. And if I happen to write an AU story it has to be a REALLY, chromazing great idea, that still keeps the characters, you know, in character.
I like imagine that my stories could actually happen. That my stories really did take place, I like to think that my stories can be canon. So, when I post something, a lot of thought and effort goes into it. And if I write something in a fandom, I'll probably write more, it depends on how into the fandom I am, how much I love the show/movie/book and if I think I can add anything to the already established canon.
Which brings me to my next point, I'm very enamored with the idea of, "What happens after?" After the show or movie ends where would our characters be? Where would the plot be? Or is there enough for something new to be born altogether? I like "Missing Scenes" or stuff that nicely and canonically fleshes out a character or plot line. So, my stories tend to reflect that. Or if I just love a ship, then I'll most likely write something for them. My shipper heart knows no bounds.
But contrary to popular belief, I am writing chapter stories. And those will be posted whenever I finish them, or whenever those darn plot bunnies stop stealing all my time.*Pets said bunny*Feeds it a carrot* Gosh darnnit! Why do they have to be so cute?
-This is a quick little explanation about my Bible stories-
Okay, so yes, I am a Christian and most of my Bible stories are poem's I've written after a quiet time with God or something like that. The poems were all inspired by something that happened with God anyway. They are personal little things that I wrote about in my journal and decided to publish here, on FF, to share with you all.
Oh, and they are all like the first things I've ever written.*cept for "Healing Scars"* I started off my writing career with little poems, like the ones I've posted, way back in middle school.
Maybe, you'll be able to take something away from them? Who knows? But, I do hope you read and enjoy them. : )
IMPORTANT INFO-BREAKING NEWS-OMG!
I have taken down the pitiful excuse of my Supernatural story, Your Hand in Mine, that I was writing on here. I will upload that story again, for the three of you that were reading it, when it is completed in full. I am so sorry to do this, but it had been a year since I've updated it and it only had three chapters, with very little headway made on the rest of the story. I will write it and finish it and then upload it when it's all done. Again, I am very sorry to do this, but thank you to the readers who faved and reviewed while it lasted. You will see this story again, just at a later date.
And I am also thinking about writing that last chapter to my Winx Club story, Starting a Family. So I might just lift the Discontinued ban on it. I really hate having become one of those authors that never finish stories and want to rectify that. My fifteen-year-old, promising to never leave a story uncompleted self would be very disappointed in me now.