Author has written 8 stories for CSI: Miami, CSI, and CSI: New York.
Welcome to SarahSoph's profile.
This account has been pretty much untouched for about 4 years, so I decided it was time for some clearing out. A lot of my old stuff has gone and I'm still not that fond of what I've kept up, but it's there for some sort of nostalgia reason. It'll have something in the story that I like and still want to play around with a bit, even if I didn't pull it off very well in that particular effort.
My name is Sophie. I'm 20. I'm a first year Forensic Science/Criminology and Criminal Justice student.
I'm from Tasmania, Australia, but am currently living in Brisbane for uni terms.
I live in college residential accomodation which I love for the social side of things, even though I've never been that much of a social person, but the catered food usually sucks.
I read a lot. And I mean a lot.
I am a great procrastinator. I wish all my assessments were tests instead of assignments. I will learn the material, but I am hopeless at making myself sit down and work on some sort of essay etc in what I think should be my free time.
I haven't done any writing in a long long time, but I'm hoping at some stage I will actually change that. This revamp is a promising sign.
I have an epic TV on DVD collection. I've seen a lot of stuff.
Current shows that I watch: City Homicide, Rush, Flashpoint and Supernatural.
Older shows that I still watch a fair bit or absolutely love: Dead Like Me, Firefly, Star Trek Voyager, the first 3 season of Without a Trace, the earlier seasons of all the CSIs, and I've just started watching Star Trek The Next Generation.
I have a livejournal that I always welcome new friends on. If you want to be friends message me, and I'll link you. The link used to be up here, but I had to take it down due to some fanbrats interpreting constructive criticism as flaming and getting nasty in the wrong place. I understand not being happy and hitting me back on here, but taking it somewhere else instead is just not on.
And on that note, if I think something is bad, I will tell you. I'm sick of pieces of bad writing, that while they may be entertaining, are in no way good work getting a tonne of reviews telling them how awesome they are. I do not flame. I just blatantly tell people in a polite way why it is not working. If there is something good there, I will mention it. I just know I need people to tell me these things in regards to my writing when I first started, but no one did and I spent a long long time writing bad stuff. People are far too concerned with being taken for flamers, for leaving justified constructive criticism which leads to people thinking their work is pure awesome when it needs work.