Author has written 3 stories for CSI: New York, and Lipstick Jungle.
First, I would like to introduce myself to you all. My penname is SnuggleSmacky, obviously, because I’m a big fan of Mac and Stella from CSI New York. I’m not really sure why I chose his name, but I think it sounds cute.
Happily Ever After: A Lipstick Jungle Story. I was kinda mad when I heard that a third season of Lipstick Jungle wasn’t on the agenda, so this story is basically what I hoped would be season 3. Wendy and Shane get back together, Kirby comes back to Nico and Victory gets her wedding with Joe.
My Favorite TV Show is CSI New York. I also like Grey’s Anatomy, Lipstick Jungle and 24, but CSI is the best. I’ve seen every episode at least a dozen times, but it never gets boring. I mean, the humor that the writers have put into it, is the kind of humor I like the most. Some of their lines are just hilarious. Although it is kinda sad when I’m laughing out loud when I’m home alone. It always embarrasses me when I do that and then I’m praying nobody heard it, but that’s really ridiculous, because I was all alone. Sad…
I also have a weakness for Movies. Sometimes I think I’m addicted to watching TV. These are some of my favorite movies; Forrest Gump, The Green Mile, Apollo 13, Impostor, Haunting Sarah, Australia, Titanic, Harry Potter, Home Alone, Love Actually, The Prestige, Chocolat, The Da Vinci Code, Entrapment, and more.
Everyone at school says I have a weird taste in Music, but I hope some of you will agree with me. I’m a very big fan of the SMTOWN. Especially Super Junior and SHINee. When I heard they were going to give a concert in Paris, I just had to be there. it would be the first time they would be performing in Europe, so it was unique. I’ve tried all day to get my hands on three tickets. My sister is also a fan and my mom doesn’t dislike it and she offered to drive us. I would have never thought she would be okay with going to Paris for a concert. What sane person would drive 8 hours for a concert? Well, my mom obviously. But in the end that didn’t really matter, because the tickets were sold out in mere seconds. But then, a couple of weeks later, my mom came home from work and told us that she had found tickets for the concert for sale on the internet. She had immediately bought them and I was thrilled. I was going to see the most amazing pop bands. I’m still thanking my mom for being crazy enough to go.
And finally, I'm very lazy and I have little patience, so instead of putting disclaimers in all my stories:
I don't own the persons, shows, books I write about, just the ideas.