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Author has written 63 stories for Veronica Mars, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Teen Wolf, Avengers, Originals, Stargate: SG-1, Flash, Smallville, Stargate: Atlantis, Suits, Deadpool, Harry Potter, Angel, and Fast and the Furious.
If you want to know the order of my stories to read them in:
Post Season 3 VM: Season 2 Veronica Mars Buffy/Vampire Diaries Crossover
#1 "Tear Away the Mask
#2 "Ties That Bind"
#3 "Road to Epic"
#4 "LoVe Forged in Fire" (much darker than the others)
#5 "MaDe to Endure"
#6 "LoVe Survives
There is also a newly posted companion piece to it called "The Dance".
AU Veronica Mars Season 2: #1 "Ricochet" #2 "Ricochet of LoVe"
Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Vampire Dairies crossover: #1 "Compelled By Love" #2 "Undone By Love" #3 "Healed By Love"
My Captain America/Avengers/Arrow story "Because I'm Worth It" has a few one-shots that follow it up. Here is the current order to read the Arrow/Captain America/Avenger stories: #1 "Because I'm Worth It" #2 "A Lover and a Brother" #3 "Black Meets Green" #4 "Protecting the Family" #5 The Wedding # 6 Oliver and Natasha. #7 "Never a Widow." Or you could read them in one long story by clicking on "Because You're Worth It".
My beloved Originals crossing with BTVS in "Always and Forever Yours." It's sequel is "Always and Forever Yours (Still)." "The Purge" is my first Original/BTVS story that is not connected to it. I hope to continue it someday.
I have began a new Avenger/BTVS series that starts with "A Brother's Love." There are some short sequels that can be read out of order, but I'd suggest the following order: 1. A Brother's Love 2. Recovery Avenger Style 3. Asgardian Makeover 4. An Act of Faith 5. The All-Father Makes a Move 6. Metamorphosis. 7. Asgard's New Princess 8. How to Save a Life Buffy Style. 9. Snapshot Encounters10. Buffy's New Challenge The last 2 can be read in any order. Most of them except for the 1st and last one can be read out of order. I'd actually go read them here: www dot tthfanfic dot org/ Series-3215. Get rid of spaces for the link to work. Put a period in place of word dot.
I've started writing some Smallville/BTVS stories.
Future stories I hope to write some day: Veronica Mars/BTVS set after season 3 of VM. Stargate SG-1/Angel story where Jack is Cordy's father. I am toying with the idea of a Harry Potter/BTVS story not because I love HP but because I've read some really fun crossovers and want to write one, too! :) Mostly, though, I think of Avengers/BTVS stories. One day, I hope to write a Thor/Buffy story.
I have not been into the whole Twitter thing, but I decided that it may be a great way to connect with fans of my stories. If you want to discuss new development in mutual shows we love or talk about my stories you can find me on Twitter @lateVMlover. I also started a Facebook page under Amy lateVMlover. Please follow me and share your fan pictures or obsessions! I try to Tweet live with the Flash, Vampire Diaries, or The Originals if my schedule allows me to watch them live. If you follow me, let me know that you're a reader of my stories.
IIf I were to rank my all time favorite TV shows it'd go the following: #1 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the best television ever produce, the standard by which all other shows are judged) #2 Battlestar Gallatica (the best drama ever made for TV. If you don't believe me I challenge you to watch season one and see if you don't get hooked) #3 Gilmore Girls (Timeless. I still watch my collection. Both Lauren Graham and Kelly Bishop were robbed of an Emmy.) #4 Everwood (If this show had been on CBS, it would have been top ranked and never cancelled) #5 Angel (Angel and Spike are my all time favorite couple. Season 5 was the best season. I still detest the guys at the WB for cancelling or was it the CW?) #6 Friday Night Lights #7 Grey's Anatomy (Although I hate that George and Izzy are gone, and did not care at all for last season I still love this show and look forward to it every week) #8 Alias (I don't see how anyone could watch seasons 1 and 2 of this show and not be in love with and/or become a huge Jennifer Garner fan) #9 Lost (I doubt there will ever be another show like this one) #10 Stargate Atlantis (I didn't start watching Stargate until Atlantis came on the air. I know Atlantis is not as popular but it's my favorite. I loved Michael Shanks, but there was no Rodney character on the original!)
I love to read even more than I love television if you could believe that. My favorite authors are: James Patterson, Julie Garwood, Nora Roberts, Christine Feehan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Iris Johanson, Jayne Anne Kretz, and Susan Andersen. I have been a high school English teacher, so I also read a lot of Young Adult literature and make no apologies for my love of teenage movies, TV, or literature!
It's okay to not like my stories, but I'd appreciate if you don't personally attack me in a guise of a critique by calling me a moron or stupid. It's perfectly okay to find a plotline stupid. I have found that readers of Scoobies in a Marvel World are the most critical for some reason. Reviewers don't seem to realize that you write in your spare time and do this for fun. It's not mean to change your life, so please read my stories in the spirit by which they are written! If a story isn't fun for you, I'm sorry that I disappointed you, but you can stop reading. It's what I do when I run across a story that disappoints. I don't make time to personally insult the writer.
My pet peev: Reviewers who think they have a right to tear apart your stories based on THEIR OPINION of what you should write. The arrogance of some people astound me. People who ignore your warnings about a chapter and then complain about your story! Then again, authors who come unglued if you don't love every single thing they write also annoy me. One person's dislike of something you write shouldn't cause you to block them or have a melt down! I speak to three very popular VM writers with that pointed remark!
What makes me happy: People who take time to review! Thanks a bunch! I probably wouldn't be so faithful about writing if you weren't faithful about reviewing. I am an English teacher, but I still make mistakes in my writing no matter how much I proofread, so feel free to PM me if you notice a typo or the wrong word choice. I hate when I do that. However, don't send me suggestions of different ways to write. Just if I say "scald" for "scold" or something else equally moronic. (I actually did that once but luckily a nice reviewer pointed it out!). If I type your for you're, dumb stuff like that. I do know better, but mistakes happen. So thanks if you find something I overlook and send me a quick note! I don't really like it when you waste a review about dumb stuff like that and then have nothing at all to say about the chapter except that. It's kind of mean.
Deep Thought: Would I be thinner without Fanfiction or television? Or would I have died from boredom?