Author has written 25 stories for Song of the Lioness, Night World series, and Secret Circle series.
What I Write
Tamora Pierce and LJ Smith fic are my playgrounds. I also write some original work, whilst pretending to be doing something constructive with my life, though most of it never leaves my hard drive. My fictionpress account is under Kiana Caelum. If you're looking for somewhere to start, Chimera's probably the best place. I also moonlight in Harry Potter (post-apocalyptic AU, Dramione) and Obernewtyn fandom under the penname SpankingHalo.
I love hearing feedback - I'm not afraid of criticism, and am always looking to improve my writing. I'd love to hear anything you have to say.
In Progress: (October 13th 2010) Part Fifteen of A Lady's Shield. Part Six of Ouroboros. Part Twelve of Long Lost. I am still working on them, bear with me!
Recently completed: Ripples, a Nightworld story about family, sacrifice, love and deceit. Requests up on my LiveJournal (http://) - updated March 2009 - around fifty short stories with characters from my fic.
If you're looking for stories with Blue, try: Chimera, Certain Dark Things, The Devil May Care, Cruel To Be Kind, Ripples, The Edge of the Horizon, My December, Vice
Beta-Reader: My beta reader is MorbiDreamscape, and she is fabulous.
A Bit About Me
Aloha, I'm Ki, and I like pina coladas, and gettin' caught in the rain...well, actually, I like Jack and ginger if you're buying, but I'm fine with getting caught in the rain; part and package of loving thunderstorms. I am, in no particular order, a retail wench, a cocktail fiend, a slave to tea, a fan, a reader, a writer and the kind of girl who can't stand children but goes gooey at the sight of a kitten.
Among those brave and darling people who are my friends, I am known to be impulsive, neurotic and just a tad insane. I have a vast overdraft, a rickety car which I frequently run into things, and an ever-expanding collection of random junk. My sense of humour is black, sarcastic and silly. I live in a flat in Hendon with a man who works for a tabloid newspaper and thus is not to be trusted with any secrets.