Author has written 15 stories for Twilight, Chronicles of Narnia, Mortal Instruments, and Vampire Diaries.
"To Southerners like my mother, Gone With the Wind was not just a book, it was an answer, a clenched fist raised to the North, an anthem of defiance. If you could not defeat the Yankees on the battlefield, then by God, one of your women could rise from the ashes of humiliation to write more powerfully than the enemy and all the historians and novelists who sang the praises of the Union. The novel was published in 1936, and it still stands as the last great posthumous victory of the Confederacy." ღ
I'm Morgan. You can call me Melanie, if you want, because of my penname. I'm seventeen years old, have a boyfriend, and I live in rural Kentucky. Slytherin.
I have an online family here - Kasey, Jae, Kels, Chy, Elle, Em, Faith, Maaji, Jen - that I love. Like more than people that live here. My group of online friends changes a lot, but it generally goes back to the same thing every time, which is how it currently is.
And since you're still reading this and surprisingly, you haven't scrolled to the bottom of the page yet, I guess you want to know something about me. If this is not the case, you can continue down for recommended fanfics, favorite characters, and this cute little fandom thing I found once on Tumblr. If you don't want to read that either, okay. Scroll to the bottom and read one of my fics. Cool. Leave me a review if you take the time to read, please.
So as I said, I'm seventeen. A junior in high school and a freshman in college because hello, early college program. I love Narnia, Harry Potter, The Infernal Devices, The Mortal Instruments, Reign, and Criminal Minds. I have more fandoms than that but those are my favorites. My family and I probably qualify as rednecks, as you might have guessed since I live in KY. I hate interacting with other humans, at least in real life. I adore Danisnotonfire and AmazingPhil. I like angst. I'm very much a Christian.
Feel free to message me if you want to. I don't like talking to people face-to-face but I think I'm okay online.
Kasey and I are totally in lesbians together.
So, people are always asking me if I know any fanfics they should read, because there just aren't that many that are good now, so I decided to make this in my profile! One or two for the fandoms that I generally read in.
"I'm nothing but a monster burning in a hell that only exists in my head. There's no hope until one harmless glance chances logic and binds two eternal enemies together in a twist of fate. Can the escape from this hell be found in an infuriating dimpled grin? Or is this another dark, dirty trick of my own mind? A forbidden passion, hellfire, and wild tempers—this is no fairytale."
"The story of how Jasper became part of the family, from Carlisle's POV."
"When they aren't fighting serial killers, the BAU team can be almost as crazy as the people they hunt. Therefore a list of rules have been created to keep them in line. 101 to be precise. Then again, rules are made to be broken after all..."
The Soundings Series by . *This is just the link to the first one, Her Voice.
"Reid makes a final visit to his mother, accompanied by a friend."
The Chronicles of Narnia - Counted Among the Traitors by .
"King Edmund the Just was once counted among the traitors, but now he is known throughout Narnia as a man of honor and truth, and the High King's trust in him can never be shaken. Or can it? Golden Age. No slash."
"The flight was hurried, Corin didn't know what was going on and Edmund had to live with the thought of maybe having found something only to lose it again. It is a long journey for both of them from Calormen to Narnia and Anvard. The story not told in HHB."
Reign -In Their End is Their Beginning by
"You were always running ahead of me—I hated it then, and I hate it now. But I was never very far behind. I followed you then, and someday I will follow you again. And I will find you. I swear I will find you." (Mary Stuart's death and the aftermath as told by one of her ladies)
"Set during 114/Dirty Laundry, Francis hides surprises for Mary to find. Little do either of them know that their new marriage is about to become far more complicated. Written for Fanforum's Francis/Mary hiatus challenge prompt (No. 13). One-shot."
"The one where Catherine De' Medici doesn't know about boundaries, Francis' guards are useless, and the new King and Queen of France have trouble looking at the Dowager Queen in the eye (which is, of course, her own fault)."
Infernal Devices - Black and White by .
"There was little that Will could do but watch the most important person in his life fade away, but that little he did anyway. Fluff and angst and probably blood."
"Church counted his life in stages. Most of those stages revolved around Jem Carstairs and his absences. He was gone too long."
Favorite Characters and Quotes/Passages!
The Vampire Diaries:
The Mortal Instruments:
The Infernal Devices:
The Fault In Our Stars:
Spencer Reid - "Son of a bitch! Hi, this is Doctor Spencer Reid. I actually can come to the phone right now with a very special message that your mother is a -"
Characters I hate:
Yeah, this part is mostly just a ranting session that I'll take down soon.
Mary Stuart (Reign)
I actually used to love her. Like she used to be my all-time favorite character from any fandom ever. But in season two?
I know there are a lot of people who love this character but I hate her. I understand that she got raped and everything, and that excused her behavior at first, but - it doesn't excuse ANY of her behavior now. She can't be with her husband, but she can be with someone that she's known for months - fucking Conde. "She blames Francis." There's no reason she should blame Francis. A lot of fans like to blame him because of the decisions he made in early season two, but those people forget that every single one of those decisions were made to protect Mary. Not to mention Mary was the reason Narcisse came to French court in the first place. Mary is a horrible, selfish character that the writers have just destroyed.
Clary Fray (The Mortal Instruments)
Annoying, whiny, selfish, biggest Mary Sue I've ever seen. She's an even worse Mary Sue than Bella Swan. Literally the definition of one. New girl comes to the Institute, male lead falls in love with her within minutes, she begins displaying never-before-seen powers, able to make runes that aren't in the Book, the girl that lives there wishes she could be like her, best friend is in love with her. I read City of Heavenly Fire hoping that someone would kill her. Those books would've been about ten times better if Isabelle was the main character.
Bella Swan (Twilight)
With Bella, it isn't really that she's got any horrible traits that make her stand out. She's just so boring it's unbelievable, and she's a huge Mary Sue like Clary. Her best friend is in love with her, the male lead falls in love with her, she has a special power that means he's unable to read her mind even though he can read the mind of LITERALLY EVERYONE ELSE in the world, the Volturi want her to join them, she's constantly in danger. I just realllllly hate Mary Sues.
My favorite thing:
Fandom is people you don't tell your mother you're meeting. Fandom is people in the closet, people out and proud, people in costumes, people in T-shirts with slogans only fifty others would understand. Fandom is a loud dinner conversation scaring the waiter and every table nearby.
Fandom is you in Germany and me in the US and him in Australia and her in Japan. Fandom is a sofabed in New York, a roadtrip to Oxnard, a friend behind a face in London. Fandom is smarter than you. Fandom is stupider than you. Fandom is five arguments over and over again. Fandom is the first time you've ever had them.
Fandom is female. Fandom is male. Fandom lets female play at being male. Fandom bends gender, straight, gay, prude, promiscuous. Fandom is fantasy. Fandom doesn't care about norms or taboos or boundaries. Fandom cares too much about norms and taboos and boundaries. Fandom is not real life. Fandom is closer than rael life. Fandom knows what you're really like in the bedroom. Fandom is how you would never, could never be in the bedroom.
Fandom is shipping, never shipping, het, slash, gen, none of the above, more of the above. Fandom is love for characters you didn't create. Fandom is recreating the characters you didn't create. Fandom is appropriation, subversion, dissension. Fandom is adoration, extrapolation, imitation. Fandom is dissection, criticism, interpretation. Fandom is changing, experimenting, attempting.
Fandom is creating. Fandom is drawing, painting, vidding: nine seasons in four minutes of love. Fandom is words, language, authoring. Fandom is essays, stories, betas, parodies, filkes, zines, usenet posts, blog posts, message board posts, emails, chats, petitions, wank, concrit, feedback, recs. Fandom is writing for the first time since you were twelve. Fandom is finally calling yourself a writer.
Fandom is signal and response. Fandom is a stranger moving you to tears, anger, laughter. Fandom is you moving a stranger to speak.
Fandom is distraction. Fandom is endangering your job, your grades, your relationships, your bank account. Fandom gets no work done. Fandom is too much work. Fandom was/is just a phase. Fandom could never be a phase. Fandom is where you found a friend, a sister, a kindred spirit. Fandom is where you found a love, a talent, a reason.
Fandom is where you found yourself.
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