Author has written 11 stories for NCIS, Mentalist, and Merlin.
After discovering fanfiction it quickly was added to my ever growing list of addictions (or obsessions, fixations, passions, guilty pleasures, etc. take your pick) together with movies, books, pizza, TV shows, drawing, painting, pizza, holidays, writing,… which complement each other perfectly. This can’t be said about real life so studying comes in the picture as well.
I’m a total History geek and proud of it, but I’ll probably hit the next person who randomly asks “Hey, do you know what happened in 941?” “Euhm, people died…” while silently thinking ‘do I look like a walking encyclopedia, geez I have actual paper ones for that!’ (Okay, I’m lying, it’s called the Internet) And numeral sequences facts doesn’t equal history! Sorry for ranting…
At the moment, I’ve written 10 stories and pondering about a couple more. I'm still writing Storm's Ahead, the plan is to publish the last chapter and the epilogue quickly after each other. So it's taking some time, to be honest I finished the epilogue already... So be assured, an update is coming!
Also I’m not a native English speaker, so sorry about mistakes, but since movies and TV shows aren’t dubbed and every damn article I need to read for school is in English, I’m quite pleased it’s improving.
Armand St. Just: So that is why you ceased to love her. What a tragedy.
- The Scarlet Pimpernel, 1934
Wash: Little River gets more colorful by the moment. What'll she do next?
- Firefly, Objects in Space (loved this episode and love Wash/Zoe together)
Tim Latimer: He's like fire and ice and rage. He's like the night, and the storm in the heart of the sun. He's ancient and forever. He burns at the centre of time and he can see the turn of the universe. And... he's wonderful
The Doctor: Oh, you're not, are you...? Tell me you're not archaeologists.
- Doctor Who, Family of Blood and Silence in the Library
The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
- Albert Einstein
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