Author has written 10 stories for Avatar, Nikita, Vampire Diaries, Once Upon a Time, and Dark Swan series, Richelle Mead.
Has it been 4 years since I have last posted on this site? 4? Really?
It's sad to say, but I really just don't have the time for fanfiction anymore. Between work, and my own writing, most of my free time is spent writing on some of my own projects, poetry and blog posts, which you can find here, at: www.amandagreyfiction.wordpress.com
My last story was my Dark Swan fic New Beginnings and I just want to say a quick thank you to those of you who continue to read and review it, as well as the support I've received on some of my other fics; Thank you so much! You guys are the best!
Best wishes all, and Happy Writing!
New and Old T.V. shows I am currently obsessed with:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Big Bang Theory
Game of Thrones
Something new I just thought of: Favorite Characters:
Captain "Mal" Malcolm Reynolds (Firefly) Well, one: Nathan Fillion is awesome. But, the character is complex. Very sensitive to people under his command, or people he cares about, despite his rough exterior. He has a past that we rarely know about, but it was there. (And should have had at least 5 seasons to expand upon!) Inara is the only one who unsettles him, because he loves her.
Spike (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Mostly because of his imperfections. He is very vulnerable despite his tough act and also because of this, extremely likable. There's also that signature leather coat and white hair.
Arya Stark (Game of Thrones) She's so feisty. "Stick them with the pointy end!" Because she is close to her brother Jon Snow, who is also awesome.
Sawyer (Lost) Epic one liners. His dimples. Because even bad boy's have soft spots, and this one most definitely does. Because be becomes a hero although he certainly didn't start off that way.
Prince James "Charming" (Once Upon a Time) Because he is absolutely adorable. But not just that either. He is strong, heroic and has the classical heart of gold. But in the real world, we see that he also isn't perfect and that makes him more human, more complex, a more interesting character than any of the male roles we have seen in Disney flicks. They've given this one layers, finally brought him to life and that makes me happy.
-In which I will certainly add more as I think about them. It is surprising how much TV characters inspire my writing and characters of my own. Some of the best fiction creations are ones that exist on the screen. :P