Author has written 5 stories for Superman, Harry Potter, Star Trek: 2009, and Misc. Movies.
I've been a peruser of ff.net for a quite a few years now, and only in the past few have branched out to avidly reading and responding to some of the amazing work I've come across here. In all honesty, reading fanfiction of varying genres is not the sort of pasttime a "normal" 30-something female of the "professional world" would partake in. I guess that would mean I have to describe myself as said "normal" - which I am not sure I can.
Located in the midwest, I'm a homebody most of the time - preferring short trips to visit family and friends but not staying away too long.
I used to think of myself as a huge "half-full", eternal optimist. Life changes you, though, and I find that it's hard to keep hanging on to that mindset the older I get. It's something I'm trying to reclaim after several years of faltering.
I am a Christian. I try hard to keep an open mind. Those really shouldn't be mutually exclusive. I believe that God himself has a sense of humor and probably changes His own mind, too. I should think that's well within His rights. I'm conservative in my views but believe whole-heartedly in helping others. I am not easily offended, but I AM easily embarrassed.
I love music, movies, reading, scrapbooking, writing, and chatting. I have forever been a fan of superheroes. It's often a toss-up between Superman and Batman. I think I have the [original!] Star Wars movies memorized. Harry Potter is still, most definitely, my favorite book series. My latest obsession (rebooted! from my childhood) is Star Trek.
I am a supporter of constructive feedback, but I must abashedly admit that you have to earn it. You've got to get me to click on that story first of all, so that I can read. Maybe it's the unique, catchy title. Maybe it's a review you left of someone else's work that I found particularly inspired or well-written. At any rate, if I pop into your story, you'll know. Here, we're mostly amateurs (although some of you do not in any way come across like that!), and feedback helps us sharpen our tools to write better.
"Some of us still love fairy tales, relish in the victory of good over evil, and believe in heroes."
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