Author has written 8 stories for NCIS, Degrassi, Victorious, and How to Train Your Dragon.
Hi! I'm Hannah. You seem to have stumbled upon my account. Enjoy.
By the way that picture is of a blue ringed octopus. They're highly poisonous!
A bit about me: I'm a nineteen-year-old college sophomore who lives in Maryland, and I absolutely love horses. Daysi and Goldie rock your socks, not that you know who they are. :) I ride English and like to jump and go on trail rides, and my favorite breed is the Appaloosa horse. Anyway, I have five cats, several fish, and live with my parents and sister in a small farmhouse. We have a barn, but no horses. :(
Things I could do with my life (a questionable list of things that probably won't happen):
-Become a very famous singer/actress and make millions.
-Get a job working on/directing movies and/or TV shows.
-Work in publishing, editing, or journalism.
-Become an adventuring archaeologist (a la Indiana Jones) or just an adventurer.
-Become an elementary school teacher. It might be fun.
-Become a forensic scientist or a cop/investigative agent. Jk I hate science.
-Nothing, and become a hobo. Or die.
I like narwhals. They are whale-like animals that have a unicorn-horn like appendage upon their heads. It's really a tooth. However, several people have vehemently told me that they don't exist. They do, really! Google it! I've put this message up here to inform the public about the existence of the narwhal. Spread the word.
Ten things that make me happy:
1) Horses. Especially riding them.
2) Hanging out with my friends.
3) Seeing the stars at night.
4) Thunderstorms, rain, snow, sunshine. Nothing in between those.
5) Being on Hatteras Island in the summer with my extended family.
6) Chocolate. Any chocolate.
7) NCIS, NCIS LA, and Victorious; other fun shows.
8) Really good books and reading on the porch swing or by the pool, and good movies.
9) Making up fantasies in my head. Now I have advanced to writing them. Aren't you proud of me?
10) Watching the sunrise.. even if it is from the schoolbus window. Also the sunset.
11) Disney World (and really just vacations in general).
12) Romance- for myself, my friends, or my favorite characters, specifically my ships.
13) The way you will think of me after you realize that there is more than ten things on this list. :)
14) Talking in accents and performing.
15) Singing and music.
NCIS: Tony/Ziva (ALWAYS)
NCIS LA: Kensi/Deeks (so much sexual tension!) and Eric/Nell (it's awkwardly adorable).
Harry Potter: Harry/Ginny (Well... yeah. Yay.)
Victorious: Beck/Jade (Their relationship dynamic is so strange, and they're such complete opposites, but they still obviously love each other a lot so it's awesome.), and Tori/Andre and Robbie/Cat are good, too.
Avatar the Last Airbender: (okay I KNOW this show ended a long time ago... it was part of my childhood!) Sokka/Toph
How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup/Astrid
The Warriors series by Erin Hunter. Yeah, it's for twelve year olds.. so what? It's good. Also Seekers by the same.
Harry Potter (no explaination necessary.)
Dan Brown books; James Patterson..
The Hunger Games was really good, too.
A lot of really random books. I don't even know.
The Breakfast Club. Oh, the teenage-angst eighties classics.
Disney's The Princess and the Frog. Shut up. Also Frozen.
All the Harry Potter films.
I also like Inception and Rent.
Les Miserables 2012 version.
And the Dan Brown books-turned-movies, as well.
The three older Star Wars movies, and all Indiana Jones. Go George Lucas.
Oh, and the Lion King(s), Aladdin(s), The Black Cauldron, and Hercules. Disney classics.
Also other things at random.
"I wrote a poem called 'Melancholy Turtle'."
Things I hate (on fanfiction, that is)
Unnecessary, out-of-character "character bashing"; that is to say, making a character act completely horrible for the whole story when they're really not bad.
Most OC stories, but I can do one/two OCs in a mostly-canon-character fic.
Bad grammar and spelling.
Extreme out-of-characterness in general, except when it's called for (ie, Dad just died, so character cries a lot)
One last thing- if you're going to leave a review saying that you didn't like my story, at least have the balls not to make it anonymous. I might care a little more. But probably not.