Author has written 6 stories for Glee.
I will freely admit that I'm addicted to M/M fics, Kurt and Puck from glee in particular. I will also freely admit that most of the fictions I read make me laugh or giggle like a school girl. This happens mostly with hurt/comfort stories. I know it sounds messed up but it's true. I'm all for showing how you feel to some one, but most of the time, in stories, I have a hard time connecting with the characters. Most of my stories tend to shy away from those things. I feel that no matter the chemistry between two characters I try to look at them realistically. It would great if the whole world could fall in love so quickly. It would also be great if the one person you hate the most in life turns out to be the greatest love of your life. It is sad in a way that it doesn't happen like that. I know from fact that most of the stories people write are the fantasies that they wish would come true. That is not my style.
I also know that I'm not one of the best writers. Not only do I have trouble connecting with characters in other stories but in my own as well. I write because it entertains me. It helps me pass time. The plus side is if what I post, people read. It is slightly disheartens that I have removed several stories because no one read them. One of my friends pointed out to me that I'm rather dry. He says that the emotions that I'm trying to get across don't seem to do that. I'm working on that. Though I'm not sure how to go about that exactly. Another author friend of mine pointed out that I focus to much on the plot. That if I were to just let the characters develop on their own; the story would fall in sequence with them. I've tried that as well. Those stories are mostly dialogue. In fact they read more like a play then anything else.
I tend to lean towards Scifi, thrillers, and suspense. Which could be part of my problem when it comes to writing? Well, that's me, in the fanfiction world at least. I hope that when you read my stories you enjoy them. Glee!