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Author has written 18 stories for Sherlock Holmes, Of Mice and Men, Shakespeare, Sherlock, My Little Pony, and Antigone.
I adore reading, writing and the performing arts. I love my family very much and my hobbies are writing (shocker, and not in the least bit redundant), jewelry making, singing and acting. I am a very large fan of the BBC show Sherlock, The Granada television series with Jeremy Brett, the original stories by Sir Arthur-Conan-Doyle; not to mention I'm a total Greek Mythology and Shakespeare nut.
I will review your stories honestly which may sometimes lead to the misconception that I am "flaming". I don't intend to, but I do intend to get my point across and give genuine feedback; I'll also try to be thorough.
My Author's Notes: For no particular reason, I don't generally put "AN" but something a little weirder. It's just to be wacky, really. But it means the same thing and some of them will be long but I do put them in there for clarification. My poem Betrayal should be the longest AN you'll see, but it's because I wanted to get some things across about Ophelia.
On Shakespeare: I generally use quotes from Shakespeare at the end of my poems because they just end everything perfectly. There is a quote for almost every situation and it's too eloquent to pass up. They also seem to apply very well to Sherlock Homes specifically, I'm not sure why but both Shakespeare and Sir Conan-Doyle created two of the smartest characters in literary history--Holmes and Hamlet--which may be why Hamlet is so applicable to use...who knows...
When I actually write in this category though, I only write as characters I've played because I don't want to speak on behalf of my fellow cast mates because I could so easily be wrong, I see it like actors giving notes to fellow actors-it's just not really appropriate. One last thing: When I describe Ophelia (or anyone, really) physically, I'm not describing myself. The text makes many references to her "beautified" self but apart from something like hair texture or height I am picturing an idea; I am not by any means Ophelia like in weight or proportions but I'm very flatered to have had an opportunity to play the role.
A word on comments about things being "unrealistic": If you find a FanFiction that says something that strays from the plot or characters--NEWSFLASH this site is called FanFiction so FANS can write FICTION and the use of any such remarks should be vetoed.
I appreciate reviews and be brutally honest please. It improves my style. Happy Writing! Anon!
I have accounts on these two sites, my pieces should basically be almost identical but it's really just to "put my name out there" (AS I AM WONT TO DO), if I get an idea that's not fiction written by a fan it will be on either/both of these two sites
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