Author has written 20 stories for Harry Potter, Discworld, Warriors, Bones, Fairy Tales, Supernatural, and Avengers.
this is the part where I slip in some shameless advertising:
HELLO, you can call me ink-stained dreams, or savvy, I guess
I AM A GIRL WHO has a British sense of humor but an American accent, laughs too loud, reads too fast, and watches too much TV. Procrastinator galore, which really clashes with the whole perfectionist thing.
THINGS I OBSESS OVER:
BOOKS—Harry Potter, Discworld series, Good Omens, The Princess Bride, A Song of Ice and Fire, and the Hunger Games Trilogy
MOVIES—Phantom of the Opera, TRON (both of them), Indiana Jones, The Princess Bride, Howl's Moving Castle, Harry Potter, Star Trek (2009), The Avengers, and The Illusionist
TV—BONES, The Mentalist, Smash, The Vampire Diaries, Castle, Top Gear, Suits, Sherlock, Supernatural, and Doctor Who
HARRYPOTTER: tom&ginny, draco&ginny, scorpius&rose, snape&lily(one-sided), neville&luna, and too many others to list
DOCTORWHO: ten&rose, amy&rory, doctor&tardis, eleven&river
HUNGERGAMES: finnick&annie, katniss&gale
VAMPIREDIARIES: damon&elena, klaus&caroline, some elena&elijah on the side
SUPERNATURAL: nothing all-out, but some bromantic destiel, dean&jo, bobby&jodi, mild sam&lucifer
AVENGERS: EVERYONE WITH EVERYONE
• I have a thing for oneshots. a big thing. you probably won't find me writing multi-chapters, unless it's a collection of one-shots.
• I am addicted to dark, angsty, tortured pairings. this is probably unhealthy.
• vague reviews annoy me. if you like it, please tell me what it was so that I can continue to do that; if you didn't like it, then specify so I know what not to do.
• every time you favorite without reviewing, a kitten cries.
• my relationship with FF.net is fickle and somewhat estranged. I've got some stories rotting, my updates tend to be inconsistant, and I've only recently started coming back on after months away. sorry about that. I'm hoping to get back into the swing of things, but don't be alarmed if I disappear
"Story is our wall against the dark."
("Story," the Old Man Said, by Jane Yolen)